Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Review: To Catch His Mate (Crescent Moon #5) by Savannah Stuart




Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Publication Date: December 15, 2015

Blurb:

When she ran, she didn’t think he’d follow…

Pack princess Alyssa Clare was trying to come up with ways to get out of her arranged mating to alpha wolf Reece O’Shea—until she meets the powerful male. After getting to know him, mating doesn’t seem like such a bad idea anymore. But when he makes it clear she’s just a business arrangement for him and his pack, she calls off the mating and heads south to stay with a friend to lick her wounds in private.

But he’s not willing to let her go without a fight.

Reece can’t let Alyssa go, not when he’s completely fallen for the sweet, sexy female. He doesn’t care about the arranged mating deal, he just wants her and has no idea why she ran. To win her back he infiltrates another alpha’s territory, knowing it could mean his death. Luckily Grant Kincaid allows him in his domain—as long as Alyssa is okay with it. Convincing her that she’s all he wants is a bigger challenge than he imagined. But he’s not giving up, because he knows she’s the one he’s meant to be with forever.

Length: NOVELLA



Review: 

I love short paranormal books so there was a very big chance I was going to love this one too. Like To Catch His Mate most of these novella's have angst and the werewolf possessiveness, two things that I read reading about. The misunderstanding that happened, aka Alyssa thinks that Reece didn't want her, causes a lot of trouble and that caused some glee for me simply because Reece was going to have to fight for Alyssa in order to get her back. That is good for one reason. It gave the characters time and the chance to the characters to fall for each other and consequently to satisfy the reader. I don't care if this book has the insta love/lust thing. When you go to buy a werewolf novella you have to know what you are going to read. The length for me was perfect because lately I don't have much time for anything and this book gave me the chance to read something in a short amount of time while giving me the chance to enjoy many aspects of a romance novel.