Mason Taylor is beta of the Castle Wolves pack. Most people would describe him as a skirt-chasing manwhore, but, in reality, it has been years since he found any kind of satisfaction with a woman. Like his alpha was, he is lonely and wants desperately to meet his mate. After seeing his alpha find love and happiness through Madame Eve, he decides to give it a try. He gives Madame Eve just one instruction--find him his soul mate. The moment he walks into the room, he catches his date's scent and knows instantly they are mates. When he sees the person, though, he is shocked. There has to be some mistake.
Sebastian Cooke has always known he was Gay, but growing up in the wilds of Alaska, he found it hard to truly be himself. After his friend and fellow pilot, Kate, suggests he give 1NS a try, he figures he has nothing left to lose. The last person he expects to show up in his hotel room is Mason Taylor.
Can two men get over their preconceived notions of who the other is, in order to find the love they have been desperately looking for?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Melissa Kendall’s NOT WHAT HE THOUGHT is a great addition to both the Castle Wolves and 1Night Stand Series. Castle Wolves pack beta Mason Taylor is considered a ladies’ man. He goes to Madame Eve with hopes of finding his soul mate. He is shocked to discover that person is Sebastian Cooke. This contemporary PNR is suitable for adult audiences. NOT WHAT HE THOUGHT is an enjoyable story. I like that Mason and Sebastian shared a past, meeting in college. Mason was intrigued with Sebastian back then but did not consider himself gay. The men both want to find that special someone and settle down. However, their reunion does not start off well. The book has some interesting conflicts and a good story line. NOT WHAT HE THOUGHT is a fast read at 55-pages. Perfect if you don’t have a lot of time and would like to get an entertaining book in. It is well-written and flows well. I enjoyed both characters and would like to read more about them in future books. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.