Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Review: Jager's Mate by Marisa Chenery

Jager’s Mate by Marisa Chenery

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Daylen is a cop, and a good one. When she discovers two men sword fighting in an alley during one of her nightly patrols, she confronts them, ordering them to put down their weapons. One of the men takes off running, surprising her with his speed. With one man left, she knows she'll have to take him down when he ignores her demands. With her suspect in her grasp, her world turns upside down when he pins her to the ground and kisses her senseless.

Jager knows no wilting flower, werewolf or mortal, would ever survive as his mate, but this cop has all the right moves. Her scent leaves no doubt this mortal woman is his, and after tasting her lips, he knows claiming her will be a challenge. The bigger problem, however, might be her obsession to arrest him whenever they meet. As their passion flares, he'll do anything it takes to make her his mate.

Yadkny’s Review

Daylen is a responsible cop looking forward to getting some time off from pulling night shift duty when she stumbles upon two men sword fighting in an alley. Jager is one of Roxie’s Protectors; a group of werewolves meant to protect the prophesized foretold one. Jager is in the middle of taking down an enemy when Daylen interrupts. There is an instant attraction but it goes beyond that when Jager realizes that Daylen is his mate. But how do you convince the one you love that you belong together when she keeps trying to arrest you?

This was a fun and sexy, but very quick read. The action scene at the end of the story felt a little incomplete and I would have liked a little more development in the relationship between Jager and Daylen, but I was happy to read about the updates on the other characters, so I look forward to seeing more of this couple in future installments.

This is book two in the Roxie’s Protector’s series and a spinoff of the Wulf’s Den series, but each book can be read as a stand alone. The author makes it easy to catch-up on the story, but word of warning, once you get to know the other characters, you’ll want to go back and read the rest of the series. I’m a fan now and will be picking up the rest of both series.

4 Tea Cups!

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