Saturday, July 20, 2013

The Mating Call (Paranormal Alliances, #1) by Marie Stephens


Samantha has become a newly signed author working for a publishing company in Seattle called Wolfe Publishing. She doesn't like the hustle and bustle of the city anymore so she decides to purchase a home and land in the mountains in North Carolina. Without seeing the property she purchases it hiring a construction company run by Lucian McClure to take care of any repairs that might need to be done. Without her knowledge Lucian is the alpha of the McClure Pack. Samantha has no idea that werewolves even exist. Moving to the mountains poses more problems for her than she ever expects. She gets caught up in a rivalry between the McClure Pack and the HighLand Pack run by Zachery. Apparently Zachery's pack has been killing different species of shifters and Samantha happens to have pictures of the murdered shifters in her possession. Samantha is writing her books on wolfs and their hunting skills along with folk lore surrounding wolves with werewolves. Taking the pictures of Zacher's pack, she had no idea what she had or the danger it put her in. Fortunately for her Lucian is there to protect her. There is a magnetic pull between Lucian and Samantha that cannot be denied. He will do whatever is necessary to keep her safe and with him always.

My Review:  July 20, 2013  ~ Review Copies ~

The Mating Call (Paranormal Alliances, #1)The Mating Call by Marie Stephens
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

I received this book in return for an honest review LoP. I am a lover of weres and shifters but this book just did not do it for me. I had a really rough time getting through it. There were a lot of grammar and spelling issues, the story was rushed, things were repeated over in the same short period. The book needs serious editing. The plot line is good and with more work could have been done much better. I did not care for all the instant yelling nor the dislike of Lucian and Samantha but total attraction to the point of vulgar words instead of hot and steamy. But like I said with more work this book could be a whole lot better and with good editing even more so.

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