Thursday, April 12, 2018

To Touch You by Cardeno C

Series: Mates, 4
Author: Cardeno C.
Publisher: The Romance Authors
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Word Count: 66,181
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
“His name is Salvatore Rossi. He’s a vampire. And he’s my true mate.”

By not relying on anyone except himself, Salvatore Rossi escaped a dead-end existence and reached the height of corporate success. But just when he has everything he always wanted, fate throws Salvatore a challenge he can’t solve alone and a young wolf shifter comes to his rescue.

Since childhood, Yoram Smith’s family was certain he would grow to become Alpha and save their beloved pack from its slow demise. When the time comes for a new leader, Yoram is forced to juggle his duty to care for a splintering pack with his duty to care for an absent mate, and his own strength suffers.

Being turned into a vampire didn’t alter Salvatore’s life philosophy: if you don’t rely on anyone, nobody can let you down. But when the boy who saved his life becomes a man who needs his help, the icy vampire must find his humanity. 

To Touch You by Cardeno C is the fourth book in the Mates series.  I found this one easy to read as a standalone. I have followed the series and found it a great addition too that as well.
Yoram, in his world humans are known as half souls. And you were not supposed to mate with them. But Yoram finds his mate when his mate is 14 years old. He waits for him to grow up trying to ignore the pull. Yoram has always known he was an Alpha wolf. He knows his mate when he sees him. He feels the rejection deeply.
Salvatore has come to town to buy pack land. When something happens to Salvatore.  He needs his mate's help but is it too late?
I loved the connection these characters have.  They feel deeply, and it shows in this book. I loved Yoram his belief and steadfast attitude save Salvatore more than once.  Overall this is a great read and a great addition to the Mates series. I cannot wait for more from this series in the future.

                           Five Shooting Stars 

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