Saturday, March 5, 2016

Tails: Werewolf by Cheyenne Meadows

Title: Tails: Werewolf
Series: The Coin Toss, 2
Author: Cheyenne Meadows
Publisher: Fireborn Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Word Count: 50,336
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Timber's blind date comes with a few surprises. He's a werewolf bidding to take over as pack alpha, his nemesis is out to kill him and anyone that might get in the way, and oh, yeah, she's his mate.
Timber believes true love only belongs in fairy tales, but reluctantly agrees to attend the annual social event of the season and meet her blind date for the evening: a werewolf.
Rock doesn't need the complication of a human mate, not with the present pack alpha stepping down, a violent struggle to claim the position a few short days away, and a deadly rival set upon taking the throne for himself.
Will they pull together as fate deemed in order to save the pack and themselves or will the difference between them prove too large a hurdle to overcome? Can Timber open her heart to a part time fur bearer and recognize love can exist if only given a chance?
CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a significantly expanded and re-edited re-release story.

A blind date decided by the toss of a coin. Can Timber’s life get much worse? Is this really how she wants to start her new year? I enjoyed Tails: Werewolf by Cheyenne Meadows. Timber was happiest at home with a good book or at least she thought she was. When she meets Rock, she finds herself wondering what she is missing. However it doesn’t come easy to Timber. She has held her heart close and isn’t sure if she is ready to trust or allow anyone in. I loved how real Ms. Meadows made Timber. I could totally understand her fears. I wanted her to have the courage to take a chance but knew it would be difficult. Trusting and allowing someone to have the power to hurt you isn’t easy and Ms. Meadows didn’t skimp on that detail. Timber wasn’t the only one that needed to grow. Rock may be alpha but he has some misconceptions to move pass. Finding out his mate was human is a big one. He had to fight to get a chance and part of that battle is within himself. I loved his determination and his acceptance of his flaws. He was willing to learn and grow in order to make Timber comfortable not only with him but what she means for him. She wasn’t willing to fall into his lap even though she was attracted to him. She wanted and expected more from him. Ms. Meadows allowed Rock and Timber to meet in the middle as they learned to accept each other. This was a nice read. It felt real and believable with unexpected twists. 

                            Four Twinkling Stars

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