Title: Love Bound in Ice
Finding his mate out on an Alaskan glacier, needing rescue from a crevasse, was the highlight of Ketah’s day. Having said mate reject him outright after a scorching kiss was not. Getting her to agree to see him again is going to be harder than trying to explain his true nature—an immortal werewolf.
After Ketah’s toe-curling kiss, Haven knows she’s giving up some fantastic sex, but her mistrust of men has her pushing him away. But when he shows up at the park where she works as a guide on the glacier, she finds herself letting her guard down and agreeing to a date. She just hopes it isn’t the biggest mistake of her life.
But her deadbeat dad’s greed for money soon lands Haven in the hands of the dark wolves, and only thoughts of the sexy werewolf who is her mate keep her hope alive that she’ll see Ketah again.
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: December 26, 2012
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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After being freed from the ice cave a year ago, Ketah has been unable to find his mate. Until one day when he is hiking and finds a woman caught in need of help. Haven is a guide on the glacier and is spelunking on her day off. With her mind on other things she missteps and is caught in the ice and can’t get free on her own. When Ketah finds Haven he knows right away that she was meant to be his but she isn’t as trusting. She watched her dad leave her mom at a young age and it has scarred her, making it difficult for her to trust men to be faithful.
This story is a little different from the previous books in this series which I really like. I don’t like feeling like I am reading the same thing over and over but with different character names. Each new book in the series is unique and they have their own difficulties to overcome. I liked the idea of Haven being afraid to trust. She didn’t have a stable home life so I can see where she would be unsure but I felt that the whole relationship between her and Ketah moved too fast. There is the element to all the stories that the males feel a strong desire to claim their mates when they meet them but this one just seemed to move too fast. Ketah wants to give Haven time and does but I didn’t like how she was able to accept what he said so quickly that she rushed into having forever with him once she learned he couldn’t leave her. That’s it? He can’t leave so BAM! he’s the guy I’m going to spend eternity with? She didn’t even think about it. Just jumped his bones when he said it. That just seemed out of character.
I did like the ending. I liked how we got some plot development on the continuing story arc with the dark wolves. The sentinels meet the main bad guy and we are seeing the dark pack grow. I am interested in seeing what Andre (the leader of the dark wolves) has up his sleeve now.