Thursday, March 9, 2017

Make Her Howl by Flora Dare

Title: Make Her Howl
Series: Grayslake: More Than Mated
Author: Flora Dare
Publisher: Amazon
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 73 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
When you’ve loved and lost a fated mate, can you dare to hope for a second chance?

After her human mate was tragically killed years ago, wolf shifter Magda fled Grayslake and all it meant. She only returned to protect her adopted daughter and she’s determined to stay out of local shifter politics.

Marc has spent years protecting Grayslake’s shifters after a tragedy of his own. When Magda walks into his life, his inner wolf awakens. He never thought it possible, but she’s living proof that miracles happen. She’s his mate.

Now he just has to convince her that everyone gets a second chance at love.

Magda never wanted to return to Grayslake, but her daughter has found her mate and will be settling there. Magda wants to be in her daughter’s life so she has little choice. Marc lost his mate long ago but Magda reminds him that he may have a second chance for love. Can he convince Magda to let go of past hurts and embrace a future with him?
Make Her Howl by Flora Dare is part of the Grayslake: More Than Mated kindle world. While it does build upon a previous story it can be read as a standalone. I really enjoyed Magda and Marc. Both characters had loved and lost. Finding love for the second time was harder for Magda. Her loss was brutal and colored how she felt about other shifters, wolves in particular. But Marc is determined to show Magda that love is not only for the young. I loved that both Magda and Marc were older. They still struggled to live with their pasts but did not let their hurts stop them from embracing a future. While this story was a quick read, Ms. Dare did not rush its telling. It was well written and the characters were well developed. This story was full of laughter and love and I am looking forward to reading Ms. Dare in the future.

                         Five Shooting Stars

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