Review: Saving His Mate (Crescent Moon #4) by Savannah Stuart

May 16, 2014 Review 0

Review: Saving His Mate  (Crescent Moon #4) by Savannah Stuart

From the moment vampire bounty-hunter Rex Serano meets sexy shifter Margery, he’s smitten. When the alpha of the Kincaid pack asks him to join with them, he’s stunned by the offer, but the real draw is the beautiful, caring female who seems to want nothing to do with him.

Margery is the driving maternal force for her pack and she has one rule: she doesn’t date vampires. Years ago she was nearly killed by rogue vamps and she has no interest in getting involved with one now. No matter how sexy a certain, persistent bounty hunter might be.

When one of Rex’s hunts gets messy, Margery gets caught in the crossfire and he’ll do whatever it takes to protect her. They might be different species but the mating call is undeniable and too strong to ignore. Now they must find a way to reach common ground and trust their instincts if they’re going to fight for a future together.

Title: Saving His Mate
Author: Savannah Stuart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Claiming His Mate, Tempting His Mate , Tempting Trouble , Heated Mating
Series: Crescent Moon #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Claiming His Mate, Tempting His Mate
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: May 5 2014
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 144
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Rex is a vampire and a bounty hunter. For many years he has been tracking other vampires when they commit crimes. This makes him feel a bit like an outsider with the other vampires. On a hunt though wolf territory he meets Margery, a shifter that makes him take notice and think about settling down.

From the moment Rex and Margery meet, they have great chemistry. There are a few road blocks that have to be overcome but I liked that they had to work for their relationship. Once Margery lets her walls down, the action between her and Rex is pretty hot.

We get to see more of the world Stuart has built. There aren’t paragraphs explaining the world which is nice. The story flows and the world is revealed but itsn’t not confussing. One thing I remain unsure about is the life span of shifters. Margery is over 200 but she only looks 35. But does that mean she immortal or just long lived? Also we never really get detail on how Rex and Margery’s mating will work. WIll she eventually become a vampire? Is that possible? Little things that I think about after I finish a story if they aren’t all explained.

I really enjoyed this book. My main complaint was that it was so short! I knew it was a novella going in and like short reads occassionally but I just wanted more Rex and Margery. We also get to see the characters from the previous books in this series but this story can be read as a stand alone. I love the laid back feel of this world that Stuart has created and I hope there are many more books to come.

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