Book Reviews

The Matefinder by Leia Stone

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I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect with this book, but as a whole, I quite liked it. The main plot was interesting and a different take on your typical werewolf story.

However, I found that especially the beginning, was extremely fast-paced. It felt like one big thing happened after the other, just boom, boom, boom, and there was barely any room to breathe and to get to know the characters personally. Further, although I really liked Aurora’s strength, she lacked flaws. For me, it’s those imperfections which improve over the course of the book that make for beautiful and colorful characters.

One thing that I really liked and respected, was that Kai and Aurora made the decision not to have sex until marriage. This is something that’s getting to be increasingly rare in books so ones like this always stick out to me. Nevertheless, there was quite a bit of profanity. So I don’t know if could recommend it. I think the best I can do, is give my honest opinion and leave it up to the reader.

Do you have a favorite werewolf novel? If so, what is it? Feel free to comment below, I’d love to hear from you. 🙂

Thanks for stopping by,

E.J. Hill

P.S. Check out my novel Ashes of Glass!

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