Centaur's Mate: A Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance: Saggitarius

Centaur's Mate: A Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance: Saggitarius

by Mary Winter, Zodiac Shifters

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BN ID: 2940156139200
Publisher: Charmed Chicken Media
Publication date: 12/04/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 423,915
File size: 786 KB

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Centaur's Mate: A Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance: Saggitarius 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Shlzam 14 days ago
This is the first book I've read of this author,,,, I liked her story,,,, Seraid goes into the woods, which btw she absolutely hates,,,, the dirt, the bugs, it's all not her cup of tea,,,, but she needs to go and see about her Aunt Aislyn because she's dying,,,,her aunt says that Seraid's destiny is in the woods,,, and then one day, she sees her aunt's groundskeeper, Keilan, turn into this amazing looking Centaur,,,, the muscles,,,his mane,,, everything,,,,, Seraid lived in New York, but lost her job and has now moved back to her ancestors home in Wales,,, This was a fun book to read,,,, I would so totally recommend this book to anyone ,,,,,,
ScaroletEllis 3 months ago
Centaur's Mate: A Zodiac Shifters Paranormal Romance by Mary Winter is a wonderful story to read. This is a wonderful story with strong characters and a wonderful story line. I highly recommend this story to everyone. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Cali-Jewel 3 months ago
Highly entertaining, fun, enchanting and action packed adventure that is filled with danger, mystery, family and passion..... was so captured by this magical world and engaged with the charters in this journey that I could not put it down.
AmberMoon86 4 months ago
Overall, this was a decent book. I loved the premise and the foundations are that could make this into a book I would love. But it felt as though a lot of the plot was rushed. Saraid accepts her new world and falls into line with what should happen a little too easily and the conflict of the story didn't seem to have more than a vague presence until roughly the halfway point. I think that if the story was fleshed out a bit more in an extended version that it could be an amazing story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
KarmelRead2665 4 months ago
The Portal This is my first book by Mary Winter and I picked it up on a whim. For a short story it was not bad. The characters of Keilan and Saraid were developed enough for a novella. The story line was compact but fairly well written. I will have to checkout if she has any full length stories to get a true test of a story writing skills. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
EmilyP23 4 months ago
Saraid looked at the woods and shivered at the memory of getting lost as a child and the groundskeeper’s son having to lead her home. She feared those woods, but she loved her Aunt Aislyn who was currently dying. She had always told Saraid stories of centaurs running through the woods and magic. She wished she could listen to a story now, but her aunt was too weak. Keilan, the groundskeeper, was standing in the archway of the sitting room and it startled her when she turned around. He had wanted to talk with Aunt Aislyn about the spring flowers, even though she may not be here then. But he knew is calmed her to talk about them. Saraid invited him to come for dinner when Aunt Aislyn would be awake. When Saraid sat by Aislyn’s bed later, her aunt said they made a nice couple. Saraid wasn’t tired, so she went to look through the books. The leather-bound books seemed to call to her, and she saw that they talked about guardians, portals, and centaurs. The first line caught her attention, as it said, “To all of those of my line with the calling…” and she felt herself shiver. But she settled in to read the fascinating book. She had a dream about a stone arch that Keilan said was a portal which he and his father came through. When her aunt died, she would have to take up her role as Guardian of the forest which was a magical place. He would be hers; then his form shimmered into a centaur! He told her to quickly find the green leather book. When she awoke, her aunt was calling her and was burning up with fever. The stories her aunt had always told her were actually true, and the time is quickly coming for Saraid to overcome her fear of the woods to accept her duties as Guardian. Can she do that? Will she accept Keilan as her mate, as it was also destined? If she cannot, the magical connection will be severed. This is a good story that brings what seemed to be a myth to life for Saraid. She will have difficult choices to make, and little time now to make those choices. What will she decide? Get your copy and see if she can live up to her potential or let her fears overcome her!
DianaRaven 4 months ago
This is the first zodiac shifters story I have read, and my first book by Mary Winters. It's a well crafted story full of magic, love and hate. Ever feel the world was against you? That's how Saraid was feeling. She lost her job in New York and then found out her beloved aunt was dying. Now she has returned to Wales and the ancestral home to take care of her aunt. Even though she had been captivated by her aunt's stories of Centaurs running through the forest and other magical creatures on the otherside of the veil, she has always been uncomfortable just looking those woods. Now her aunt has told her the stories and that magical world were true and she is destined to be the next guardian. If she doesn't accept the guardianship, the connection between the worlds will be sealed and the magic will disappear. To do so, she must go to the center of the woods. Five stars for this quick and enjoyable read filled with intrigue, romance, magic and fear/hate. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
BossAngel 4 months ago
Saraid, a systems analyst, is tending her ailing Aunt Aislyn at home in Wales. Saraid never like the woods behind her aunt's house since she got lost in them as a child. Her aunt's groundskeeper Keilan drops by to ask how her aunt is and Saraid who's drawn to him invites Keilan to supper. After Keilan left, Saraid unable to sleep goes to her aunt's library to find a book to read and finds a old journal that tells about Guardians and portals and centaurs. That night she dreams of a centaur who looks like Keilan and he tells her to find the green book because she's the next Guardian and the portal is in danger. In the morning her aunt who turning for the worse, tells Saraid she's the Guardian that she must go to the center of the woods where the portal is. Does Saraid with a analytical mind believe in the dream and what her ailing aunt said? What is Keilan involvement, is he really a centaur? This was a quick read with action and romance and was enjoyable to read. A great to addition to the "Zodiac Shifters" paranormal series. I volunteer to read and review this ARC.