Sunday, March 24, 2013

Dariel's Satin Sheets Review: "Mates Since Birth" by Miranda Stowe

Dariel’s Satin Sheets Review: “Mates Since Birth” by Miranda Stowe

·         File Size: 281 KB
·         Print Length: 94 pages
·         Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
·         Publisher: Whispers Publishing (February 6, 2013)
·         Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
·         Language: English
·         ASIN: B00BCNX84O
·         Text-to-Speech: Enabled
·         X-Ray: Not Enabled
·         Lending: Enabled                

When a stranger shows up in her front yard claiming he’s her mate, Ari Fallow wants to laugh in Dane Griffin’s face. But the sleek, sophisticated jaguar makes her hormones hum with a desire she can’t deny. She almost wants to believe his claim that she’s been his since birth.

Her father, however, is still sore over the fact Dane marked her when she was only minutes old. After summoning a pack of wolves to their quiet community for Ari to make her own decision about which male she wants, Dane's original plan to sever his ties to Ari fly out the window. He can’t lose her again. This time, he's playing for keeps.

“Mates Since Birth” started off with an interesting twist before teetering on the YA romance line, but as the plot thickened, which it did eventually, I found myself identifying with Ari and Dane. Ari is a strong heroine, and that’s always a plus. I love desire and action, and this read is full of both.

This is a light, fun read with feuding purists, family interference, and a touch of destiny.  Definitely a recommended read. Three and a half satin pillows. 


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