Until Forever Comes
Ethan Abbatt is a wolf shifter who can’t shift. Plagued by pain and weakness all his life, he hopes to find an honorable death by joining his pack mates in a vampire attack. Instead, Ethan learns two things: draining his blood releases his pain and his wolf, and he has a true mate—a vampire named... show more
Ethan Abbatt is a wolf shifter who can’t shift. Plagued by pain and weakness all his life, he hopes to find an honorable death by joining his pack mates in a vampire attack. Instead, Ethan learns two things: draining his blood releases his pain and his wolf, and he has a true mate—a vampire named Miguel. Miguel Rodriguez is more than four centuries old. Strong, powerful, and vicious, he walks through life as a shadow, without happiness or affection. When a young shifter tells Miguel they’re true mates, destined to be together, Miguel sends him away. But Ethan is persistent, and Miguel can’t resist for long. Once Miguel gives in, being together comes naturally. The challenge is keeping themselves alive so they can stay by each other’s side until forever comes.
Publish date: 2013-05-20
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 204
Edition language: English
Series: Mates (#2)
3.5 stars. Written in the first person from werewolf Ethan's pov. Twenty year old Ethan finds his true mate in 400 year old vampire Miguel. I wondered if this was set in the past as Ethan uses such quaint old-fashioned language but Miguel has a car so I guess not. A little too schmaltzy for my taste...
- Narrator: Charlie DavidI was almost skimming the sex-scenes!!! Almost……Sjeeeesh so much sex, semen and blood.Ethan Abbatt is a werewolf and his whole life he had to live with the fact that he’s different and hasn’t been able to shift into his wolf-form. He meets Miguel, a 400 year old vampire and...
Re-read December 14th. God, I LOVE this book!!---------------------------
Even though this book is the 2nd in the series, it's story takes place first chronologically. I really loved getting the background and connections from book 1 explained.This book started out okay for me and got better as it went, much the same as the first book was in my opinion. When the mytholo...
This second addition to the series was completely different in tone and voice. Where the first book was steeped in a huge amount of UST (I guess really unresolved sexual completion) this one starts off immediately. The longing, desperate tone is absent and I think I kinda missed it. However Ethan...