Mated to the Capo (Portal City Protectors, #1)

Mated to the Capo (Portal City Protectors, #1)

by Georgette St. Clair

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After an epically bad blind date, Zoey Monroe swore off men forever and got a tattoo that says "love bites." Maybe she shouldn't have tempted fate. A very powerful Mafia wolf has bitten her on the ass on a full moon. According to the Moretti Pack, the "moon-bite" means she is now the mate of Dominic Lombardi.

Dominic will follow Zoey to the ends of the earth—no matter how far she runs or how well she hides. Crowding her world and refusing to take no for an answer, he refuses to stop courting her until she becomes his wife.

New dangers suddenly rear their ugly heads and threaten all of Encantado, the supernatural sin city Zoey calls home. When dark magic arrives, will she stop running long enough for her werewolf to claim his bride, or will she find herself fitted with a cement overcoat and sleeping with the fishes?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156562596
Publisher: Beyond DEF Publishing Services LLC
Publication date: 06/17/2019
Series: Portal City Protectors
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,263
File size: 389 KB

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Mated to the Capo (Encantado Shifters, #1) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
GetYaWings 9 days ago
Action, fights, a territory war, a reluctant mate … what more could a reader want? Cover: Professional and relevant, genre-appropriate. Editing/Proofing: Mostly flows well and is devoid of typos, misspellings, pretty much anything I’d find distracting. Character Development: This was excellent; I really enjoyed Zoey’s values, wit and easy-to-relate-to lack of self-worth and smart-ass demeanor. Dominic is misunderstood, partially by design due to old wounds. Excellent continuity in this department and it makes a frustratingly good combination, if that makes sense. :) Overall: The gripped me pretty early on; I was intrigued by the world and entertained by the banter. When I put it down, I found I missed it. St. Clair officially sucked me in early on. It’s fast-paced with lots of dialogue and drama. Also made me laugh out at times. Regarding personal reading preference: A few occurrences of over-explanation were present, serving to pull me back out of the action when I should’ve been the most invested. I enjoyed how this series handles mating for the wolves, and loved the fact that Zoey doesn’t just fall over in love right away or compromise any of her values; it gives it legitimacy for me. St. Clair has a fun way of telling a story and I’ll seek out more of her books for sure. Oh, and there’s action and crime and a mafia-esq territory war … none of these things hurt a bit! 4 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐
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