Saturday, January 3, 2015

A Guardian's Passion by Mya Lairis

Title: A Guardian’s Passion
Author: Mya Lairis
Publisher: Loose-id
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal & M/F, M/M/F, M/F/M, M/M/M, M/M
Page Count: 327 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Freya Daniels, a warrior wolf, is expecting her first cub and overwhelmed by the attention lavished on her by her mates, Fenris, the imposing, dominant luna and Rayne the crafty, delicious witchwolf. Needing a break, she agrees to attend a Sohon retreat for expectant mothers. What should be a relaxing and informative week however turns to disaster as a vampire who yearns to put werewolves back in their place as slaves, unleashes an attack on the Sohon compound, kidnapping mothers and cubs alike.

In the midst of chaos and destruction, Freya has to rely upon her mates to take the vengeance she longs to--while she learns to become a warrior of a different type.

A Guardian’s Passion by Mya Lairis allows us to see what happens with Freya, Fenris and Rayne after they sign the mating agreement. So reading A Guardian’s Desire is best before beginning this story.
I love Freya, Fenris and Rayne together. Freya never thought she would be mated and she continues to struggle with accepting an ALPHA mate. Rayne for being a beta also continues to surprise her. But I loved how Ms. Lairis showed a vulnerable side to Freya. She is a warrior, her mother is a warrior, and her mother-in-law is a warrior. Now Freya is pregnant and she has no idea what to expect and neither parent is offering any words of wisdom. Freya is battling her fears, her fatigue and the needs of her mates. I loved that Ms. Lairis did not sugarcoat the fears and changes of all new mothers and mothers to be. I loved that the love was still present but we also got to see what happened after their happily ever after. Ms. Lairis did not just focus on Freya’s angst. She also gave us a fast paced, action packed story that showed the growth of her characters. I loved that we got to see Fenris and Rayne as more active participants. We saw Fenris’s struggle to maintain as a Luna and what Rayne went through to help his Alpha. I loved this story. It was enjoyable and well written. It showed us more about these characters that are strong and showed little fear up to this point. It was balanced, emotional and I am looking forward to seeing if Ms. Lairis will show us more about their journey.

                                 four twinkling Stars

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