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Deadly Mates (Deadly Trilogy, Book 2) [NOOK Book]

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Jade never thought she’d embrace being a werewolf, but after having accepted her new role as alpha female of Dog Mountain’s pack, she finds herself doing just that. She’s training with the enforcers and learning to use the alpha within her to her advantage. And for the most part, Jade is content, well at least with her training she is.

But Dog Mountain is a small town with big problems. The new alpha pair is divided, splitting the already unstable pack with them, and to make ...

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Deadly Mates (Deadly Trilogy, Book 2)

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Overview

Jade never thought she’d embrace being a werewolf, but after having accepted her new role as alpha female of Dog Mountain’s pack, she finds herself doing just that. She’s training with the enforcers and learning to use the alpha within her to her advantage. And for the most part, Jade is content, well at least with her training she is.

But Dog Mountain is a small town with big problems. The new alpha pair is divided, splitting the already unstable pack with them, and to make matters worse, Jade’s father is on his way home. Except Jade’s father and his twisted pack of werecourgars aren’t the only threat.

When Aidan brings in a new set of enforcers to weed out the problems within the pack, Jade is forced to delve into the center of the issue. She soon realizes that she is the indirect cause of the uneasiness within the pack, and if Jade doesn’t fix it, she’ll lose everything, even Aidan.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045853842
  • Publisher: Ashley Stoyanoff
  • Publication date: 4/26/2014
  • Series: Deadly Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 20,040
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 358 KB

Meet the Author

Ashley Stoyanoff is an author of paranormal romance books for young adults, including The Soul's Mark series and the Deadly Trilogy. She lives in Southern Ontario with her husband, Jordan, and two cats: Tanzy and Trinity.In July 2012, Ashley published her first novel, The Soul’s Mark: FOUND, and shortly thereafter, she was honored with The Royal Dragonfly Book Award for both young adult and newbie fiction categories.An avid reader, Ashley enjoys anything with a bit of romance and a paranormal twist. When she’s not writing or devouring her latest read, she can be found spending time with her family, watching cheesy chick flicks or buying far too many clothes.Ashley loves hearing from her readers, so feel free to connect with her online.ashleystoyanoff.comfacebook.com/AshleyStoyanoffTheSoulsMarkgoodreads.com/ashley_stoyanoff
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2014

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    A good book. ...............................................................................

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  • Posted November 14, 2014

    Awesome

    At first I was a little upset but then just had to keep reading. Now very excited to start the last book.

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  • Posted October 4, 2014

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    It took me a little while to get back into the groove of this se

    It took me a little while to get back into the groove of this series. It had been so long since I read book one that I found myself forgetting things. Fortunately after reading my notes and review, I gave myself a memory booster. It was also helpful that within the first few chapters, all the important key moments were mentioned. I adore when authors take the time to refresh their reader's memories... it makes the reading experience far more enjoyable.

    Deadly Mates starts off kind of slow at the beginning but picks up a bit after the middle. When things pick up and the action starts it's damn awesome. If you find the first half too slow-paced for your liking, stick with it because it is totally worth it...I promise! A warning... there's a slight cliff-hanger. It's no biggie, it just hypes you up for the next book something fierce. =-P

    I loved Jade because of her stubbornness and independence in the first book but in this one it drove me nuts! For most of this book I wanted to knock some sense into her. She allowed her fear to take the driver's seat and it nearly cost her everything. I am just relieved she realizes her mistakes and makes up for them in the end!

    Aidan surprised me in this one because he becomes so mature. He is willing to do whatever it takes to make Jade happy, even if it means letting her go. His loyalty to her and his pack has no bounds. He is everything an alpha male should be with a touch of compassion... he's just PERFECT!

    Overall, this was a pretty good follow-up to book one. I think Jade's stubbornness could've been scaled back a bit. When she joins forces with Aidan, it's nothing but sheer magic. I wanted to see more of them together, more of them working things out... just like they did in the ending! Hopefully we get to see more of that in the next book!

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  • Posted September 17, 2014

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    5 Amazing, Alpha-Strong Stars!  Conflicts Are Raging, Secrets Ar

    5 Amazing, Alpha-Strong Stars!  Conflicts Are Raging, Secrets Are Discovered and Angsts Are High. I Loved This Read! 

    The Review: 
    I knew I was going to enjoy this read because I love this authors work. And I fell in love with Aidan and Jade in book one, but I had no idea just how much I’d love it. There was a lot going and tensions are running high as Aidan and Jade try to figure out the werecougars plans as well as reconcile their feelings for one another and find a happy medium in being alphas to their pack. And with the addition of two new enforcers added to the board, it’s hard to figure out who to trust and who is telling lies and keeping secrets.

    Told from dual POV’s, from beginning to end, I was sucked in, reading it all in one sitting. I enjoyed the characters, the story and the intrigue. And watching the pack try and come together when they all seem to be on separate pages was angsty and fun.

    Story/Characters... 
    There’s a lot of anxiety going on with all the characters and there’s a lot of pressure and distrust within the pack. There’s new players in the game on both the good and bad side, secrets are revealed, friends are quickly becoming enemies and loyalties are being tested. The rogue werecougar pack seems to be able to sneak past the wolves defenses encroaching on their territory, Jades father can’t be trusted, Jared is showing his true colors, Jade’s beta is doing questionable things and added on top of that, Jade is reluctant to being fully mated to Aidan which is causing Aidan to doubt her and the pack is slowly being torn apart. Things are not good with the Dog Mountain werepack!

    This book picks up a couple of weeks after the first one ends. Jade is hanging out with the enforcers and learning their methods of fighting, she’s making unexpected friends and slowly finding her place in the pack. But she’s also being very stubborn and though I actually agree with why she’s staying away from Aidan, it’s causing a split in the pack. She doesn’t trust Aidan because of his lies and manipulation in the first book, she’s on the outs with her best friends Dom and Marcy and she knows her dad is up to no good with the werecougars. She’s in a tough position. She knows she wants and needs to be with Aidan but she doesn’t trust him. She’s very indecisive and I don’t blame her. She’s eighteen, still in high school and has recently become a wolf and then an alpha. Wolves mate for life and I completely understand her caution. Aidan has lied and manipulated her and though she’s not completely innocent of playing the same kind of games, her reluctance to accept her mate has caused a separation within the pack, which she doesn’t understand until it’s almost too late. I felt so bad for her. She has solid reasons for her decisions and the pack laws are absolute. Trying to wade through all that would be hard on anyone, especially a young girl newly introduced to all this change. But I loved how strong she stayed throughout the whole book. She’s in this new life and yes, she’s making mistakes but she’s got the best interest of her pack at heart and she’s young but also standing firm. That’s one of the great things about this authors writing. Her heroines may fall, they may make huge mistakes, but they stay strong, they are completely loyal and they persevere through all their trials. Jade was just such a character.

    Aidan has a lot on his shoulders and at only nineteen, he’s trying to re-glue a shattered pack. And he’s hurting. He realized all too late how much he really cared about Jade, how much he loved her. Love isn’t usually part of the alpha male and female union. They mate for dominance and to rule the pack. But with Jade, it’s different and I loved this about their relationship. He has to find a way to get her to trust him again but she’s also making huge mistakes in the trust area as she lets Aidan believe she’s with Jared. Aidan has also found his way in with most of the pack, though some still don’t trust him, and they are slowly accepting him as alpha but he knows just how weak they are without their alpha female and getting Jade to put things in the past seems to be harder than Aidan would have believed. He’s not sure how to handle it without pushing Jade further away. It’s a delicate balance for anyone, especially one with little experience in love and on being leader. The emotional toll it’s taken on him and his inner-wolf is severe. Regardless of all he’s got going on, I think he handles things brilliantly and it only increases his hotness factor! I love it when he goes all alpha and though there was a part of me that just wanted him to claim his mate, I thought his patience only made him hotter and more swoon-worthy. He respected Jade enough to concede to her wishes. I loved the way he tried to rule his pack with morals, compassion, love and equality while also keeping his alpha dominance in the forefront.

    Jared really finds himself in a sticky situation and I loved the surprise we get as to the “whys” of his actions. It was a plot twist I wasn’t expected and it played out really well in the story, creating angsts, rivalries and distrust amongst the pack.

    The Wrap Up: 
    The ending was shocking and perfect and though it filled me with a wonderful apprehension at how it would all turn out, it really couldn’t have gone any other way. This book leaves off on a slight cliffy and I can’t wait to read the third and final book to see how it all turns out! Team Aidan and Jade forever!

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  • Posted May 3, 2014

    Simultaneously laughing and crying over here.  I'm in awe. This

    Simultaneously laughing and crying over here.  I'm in awe.

    This might just be Stoyanoff’s best writing yet.  This book never left my mind from the moment I started till… well, I’m still thinking about it...  Stoyanoff’s descriptions are vividly real, yet almost poetic.  The entire world surrounding Dog Mountain comes to life for the reader.  Not only does this novel engage your imagination, but your emotions as well.  Stoyanoff definitely had me in tears by the ending.  She also had me cheering for her characters (or booing them, depending on who we’re talking about).  I also absolutely love the take on alphas & alpha pairs.  It’s so unique yet completely real and believable.  It adds that extra bit of something that so many paranormal stories are missing.  

    I love the change we see in Jade throughout this novel.  I also appreciate the fact that it isn’t a magical, overnight, ok now I’m someone else, change.  It was gradual, and because you have insight into her thoughts you can understand where it’s coming from.  It really helps you connect with her.  It helps you connect with the team as well.  I really am enjoying them and can’t wait to get to know them better in the next novel.  Same with Aiden.  Knowing that he grew up in an alpha family and being able to see the inner working of his mind really help you understand where he’s coming from and why he acts how he does.  

    This novel definitely proves why you should read a good book on a busy week.  Every time I had to put it down to go to work, walk the dogs, etc. it was all I could think about.  It never left my mind and still hasn’t.  I can’t wait for the final instalment in this gripping trilogy.  

    Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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