Sunday, September 8, 2013

Review: Fate Knows Best by Alanea Adler

Fate Knows Best
Kindred of Arkadia #1
by: Alanea Adler
$4.99 eBook
Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Paranormal Erotica
Released: May 2013

Rebecca Morgan thinks she knows what she wants out of life, until her life plan goes to hell in a handbasket. Now she is out looking for adventure. She just doesn’t expect to discover a shifter-only town and one six-foot-eight, grumpy, bear-shifting sheriff named Aleksander Arkadion.

Aleksander Arkadion only wants to date shifter females after working a brutal homicide case that has him returning to the shifter-only town of his youth. Which is why is he curious to discover a human in town and shocked when he realizes the tiny woman is his mate.

As the attraction between them grows, Aleks realizes that he can’t stay away from the petite female, but the realization may come too late. Although her body was never in any danger, he may have destroyed her heart by pushing her away. Now he has to convince his mate he really does want her while keeping her safe from rogue hyenas bent on taking her.

Hey Yogi!  *smiles*  I loved Rebecca--her easy acceptance, her sassiness and her protective nature.  The best thing about Rebecca is she doesn't see the good she does.  This sweet girl, driving a rundown car, hoping not to get caught on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere.  Her car gets her to a town that she doesn't remember seeing on a map.  Just the Bear necessities isn't a thought when you meet the sexy hot sheriff, Aleksander, who sees Rebecca and slides his tongue down her throat.  What a way to start a night, being thoroughly kissed by someone she's never met.  Of course stubbornness knows no bounds, with Alek all maleness personified.  Poor Alek will jump through hoops as he gets to know Becca, his mate.  We get to see a town change in their wake, leaving a feeling on home, thanks to the ever sassy, loving Rebecca.  Is Rebecca the key to a evil plot? Does being kidnapped more than once, hollared at by your mate and discovering a world of shifters you never knew existed make anyone else feel sorry for Rebecca? I loved the storyline, I loved all the characters.  The sex scenes not too heated, but there are a few of them.  Kind of a cliff hanger, so of course it draws you in to read the next ones. Enjoy.

Daria gives this book a


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