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A Promise on White Wings
     

A Promise on White Wings

4.3 23
by R.E. Butler
 

A visit to a bear den in Northern Ohio brings Danika face to face with her future in the form of two males who are meant to be her mates. She discovers she's not only their mate, but also the answer to a prophecy about a white-winged woman. When a bear from her den makes a claim to her, her mates must fight for their right to her and to their

Overview

A visit to a bear den in Northern Ohio brings Danika face to face with her future in the form of two males who are meant to be her mates. She discovers she's not only their mate, but also the answer to a prophecy about a white-winged woman. When a bear from her den makes a claim to her, her mates must fight for their right to her and to their future.

Contains m/f/m interaction.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045269254
Publisher:
R.E. Butler
Publication date:
10/11/2013
Series:
Wiccan-Were-Bear Series , #7
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
84,640
File size:
162 KB

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Meet the Author

A Midwesterner by birth, R.E. spent much of her childhood rewriting her favorite books to include herself as the main character. Later, she graduated on to writing her own books after "retiring" from her day job as a secretary to become a stay-at-home mom.When not playing with her kids, wrestling her dogs out the door, or cooking dinner for her family, you'll find her typing furiously and growling obscenities to the characters on the screen.Her best-selling series The Wolf's Mate, Wiccan-Were-Bear, The Necklace Chronicles, Hyena Heat, and Ashland Pride are available now.

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A Promise on White Wings 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unlike my fellow reviewers, I didn't feel it was rushed. I have been waiting for this book sence reading the second book in the series over a year ago. It was well worth the wait. I was expecting to get to know Jess. Chance and the lions were a welcome surprise. I loved every moment and look forward to reading more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This in my opinion was a very good short story, and although it was only 81 pages it still seamed like a full story. I loved it and was not at all disappointed at the length. Some books that are short lose a lot in the story--but again in my opinion this one satisfied me entirely. RE Butler rocks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I generally like this author but this book seems like it was done in hurry. I would have rather waited longer for a better book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I usually love this author. However this book felt rushed. Total let down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
87 pages. A great addition to a great series.
Mebuffy More than 1 year ago
This was a quick read in both a good and bad way. The conflict could have been drawn out instead of feeling almost like a side note. It kept the pace fast though while still inspiring emotional investment. I simply wanted…more: more of the characters, both main and support, and more from the romance (such as seeing “the vision” come true). You can tell this wasn’t the first book in the series, but it doesn’t much matter. I am interested in the others though. The characters were very compelling. They were fun and down to Earth. As a unit, they complimented each other well. I just wish we could have seen more of their bonding on screen, but that again would have slowed the pace of the book down. I’m hoping to see more of them and explore other characters from their groups (falcons and lions) in future books! A Promise on White Wings was a short and sweet read with some yummy scenes and an interesting world. Don’t miss this one!
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Flowergirlzmom1SW More than 1 year ago
Danika was found alone when she was little and taken in by a Were-Bear Den. She knows that she is a were of some sort but does not know what she is. When her and her Bear Den go to another Den for a gathering she finds out that the king of her den is going to force her to mate with his son. She also finds her true mates. The Falcon Prince Jesuit and The White Lion Prince Chance. When Elizabeth chose her mates over Jesuit he almost made a grave mistake but when the witches showed him his future he found that his mate will be a woman with white wings that will bring two were groups together. At a gathering at the local Bear Den he finds his Mate. The fact that he has to share her with Chance does not matter. All that matters is claiming her as their mate and keeping her safe from the one who wants to claim her from her Bear Den. When Danika mates with Jesuit and Chance and finds out what she is will it truly unite them or will it cause trouble within both were groups? My Opinion: This book was by far my favorite in the series. What Danika is, is very unique and something I have not heard of before. I like how the local bear den is willing to jump in and help even if it ends their alliance with the other bear den. I loved that there does not seem to be any jealousy between Jesuit and Chance and even though Chance is willing to just stay in the background and let Jesuit and Danika rule, Jesuit will not have any of it. He makes sure Chance is included in everything. Love the intimate scenes. With two men how can you not? I definitely recommend reading. Can be read as a stand alone but you will understand things better if you read the series all the way through from the beginning. 'Read and Reviewed by LSK Sweetheart Reviews'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
RE Butler is awesome. I just can't get enough of the wiccan-weres!!!
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vgail1970 More than 1 year ago
Awesome!!!! I like how the prophecy was carried out but would have liked just a little more info on how she was found etc and the bear that raised her.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series
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This one didnt entrance me as well as the others but still just as good a read
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87 pages very great book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How does this person even call themselves an author?