Friday, March 25, 2016

A Mate's Redeeming Touch (Black Hills Wolves #44) by Merryn Dexter



Blurb:
Ven Thorne is a lone wolf with a bad attitude caused by his difficult childhood. Forced to return to pack life, he is tasked with rebuilding the gas station on the outskirts of Los Lobos. Ven works for Ryker, the pack enforcer, and will act as sentinel and lookout when the station reopens. 

Caitlyn Burrows has recently returned to Los Lobos with her family. A victim of Magnum Tao, the pack’s evil ex-Alpha, she is terrified of men and her natural omega nature is making it hard for her to make friends. Her family is determined to see Caitlyn happy. 

A chance encounter between Ven and Caitlyn reveals they are mates, something that neither of them is happy about! He’s mean and angry; she’s timid and shy. Can two such opposites find common ground? 

Caitlyn decides it is past time to take control of her life and is determined to prove to Ven that she is the mate that he needs. Can she make him see that the Fates are right and that their only chance of happiness is together or will the ghosts from the past keep them apart forever?

My review:
A Mate's Redeeming Touch is an incredibly sweet story of two damaged souls finding each other and the courage it takes for them to allow the other to heal them. I usually don’t like characters like Caitlyn. She is timid and has taken on guilt not rightfully hers. But she pulls it together when she finds her mate and her being a service oriented submissive wolf may be the only thing that can get through Ven’s anger at the world. Watching these two find each other and a chance at the future was truly enjoyable and a great addition to this series.

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1 comment:

Merryn Dexter said...

Thank you, Donna for another thoughtful review. I appreciate the time you take to support me and so many other authors x