The Mating Heat

The Mating Heat

by Bonnie Vanak

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149589517
Publisher: Bonnie Vanak
Publication date: 06/13/2014
Series: Werewolves of Montana
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 350,176
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Bonnie Vanak is the New York Times bestselling author of paranormal werewolf romances. A former newspaper reporter who became a writer for a major international charity, she travels to destitute countries to write about issues affecting the poor. Her books take readers from the mysterious, dark alleys of New Orleans to the sweeping plains of Montana. Visit her Web site at www.bonnievanak.com.

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The Mating Heat 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
~ 3 Mating Heat Stars ~ The Mating Heat is a prequel to the Werewolves of Montana series. This is a nice quick read about overcoming scars from the past and embracing love and hope for the future. Insta-love storyline. We get a taste of the world of the Werewolves of Montana, but the world is not fully developed.  Both Ryder and Kara as well as the whole pack where damaged by their previous Alpha. They are friends who turn into lovers. Ryder has always know from that one kiss that he shared with Kara that she was special and no other would do. In the story Ryder goes back and forth between wanting to take Kara and wanting to woo her. As the story progressed he saw how much damage her father did to her emotional/physically, that the only thing he forced her to do was face the pack with her damaged face, so that she could see that the pack accepts her as she is and that she is and always will be the heart of the pack (the glue that kept them going).  The Mating Heat is part of the Dark and Deadly box set. It was a nice quick PNR read into the Werewolves of Montana series. I enjoyed it.