Review: Ice Hunter’s Mate (Werewolf Sentinels #2) by Marisa Chenery

September 13, 2013 Review 1

Review: Ice Hunter’s Mate (Werewolf Sentinels #2) by Marisa Chenery

Being shot in his dire wolf form by his would-be mate while hunting caribou wasn’t exactly how Wachei expected to happen upon their first meeting. Heated kisses and passionate embraces, yes, but not flying bullets.

Eryn wasn’t pleased to see a strange man standing next to the caribou she’d just brought down. The kill was hers, and if he thought he could take it from her, he could think again. But once she comes near, and sees how gorgeous he is, suddenly getting as close as possible to the sexy stranger is job one.

As the heat between the couple intensifies, a threat looms, that of a lone wolf the sentinels have crossed paths with once before. Wachei knows he must bring Eryn into his world a lot sooner than he’d planned, especially when another threat is discovered—the very evil he and his wolf brothers were created to destroy is closer to home than they’d thought.

Title: Ice Hunter's Mate
Author: Marisa Chenery
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Ice Surrender , Burning Ice, Ice Claimed, Ice Age Lover
Series: Werewolf Sentinels
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Ice Surrender , Love on the Ice, Burning Ice, Ice Claimed
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: November 23, 2012
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 93
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Stars: three-half-stars

Wachei is an immortal werewolf, chosen by his shaman ten thousand years ago to become a sentinel and fight the dark magic when it became too strong.  Until then he slept in an ice cavern waiting.  When his alpha wakes to his mate, he calls the rest of the sentinels and they go about learning the new world, preparing for their mates and the battles to come.

I enjoyed this story more than the first in the series.  The characters were more laid back and more friendly now that they have been awake for almost a year.  It was funny to read about the slang that confused them and made me think about things that we say that don’t always make sense.  Wachei and Eryn are a nice couple.  She isn’t afraid of much and is sort of a tom boy.  She enjoys hunting and dressing her own kills and can take care of herself if need be.

I liked how this story was different from the first book.  In a series like this where all the characters want to meet their mates and claim them, the books can seem similar and not exciting.  This addition wasn’t like the first book.  The way the characters meet and interact is funny and different .  We also get to see how the separation anxiety can affect the couple.

There is more page time devoted to the dark magic and we get glimpses into the bad guys lair, getting a look at what they are planning.  I am looking forward to where the story takes us in the next book.

Marisa Chenery


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