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  • Posted December 11, 2012

    Jason Cloud is left reeling after his wife's murder and prays fo

    Jason Cloud is left reeling after his wife's murder and prays for help in finding her killers. He doesn't know that he is being observed from an ascend realm populated by Chileaans. Jason is destined to one day become the mate to Chileaan Shaman Aiyanna. Her heart breaks over his tragic loss and suffering as she watches him from afar but is unable to intervene. His prayers are answered when Aiyanna's spirit brother comes to his aid and helps Jason track down the killers.

    Aiyanna is determined to allow Jason to ascend to her at his own rate, but the tribal council has other ideas and brings Jason into their realm in order to further their Shaman's ascension. Jason must come to grips with the loss of his wife, the bond he feels with Aiyanna, and his own place in Chileaan society.

    The Shaman's Mate ensnared my attention from the start. It was a wonderfully told story of loss and the strength that comes with moving forward. It is set in a paranormal world with the ascend Chileaan culture, but is also peopled with other tribes ascended from beings not of human nature. McDonald does a wonderful job writing the growth of Jason and Aiyanna's relationship.

    The Shaman's Mate was a true pleasure to read and it would make a great addition to your to be read list!

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