When a young shifter girl’s parents are violently killed, Emily Matthews is sent in to help her cope with her tragic loss by using her unique gift. The only problem is that using her gift always throws Emily into a whirlwind of debilitating pain. However, she’s happily surprised when she finds solace in the shifter’s older brother.
It breaks Jackson Brooks’ heart to see his sister trapped within her grief, quickly fading away from life. Although his Itan has brought Emily in to assist, he orders her as far away from his family as possible. Jackson doesn’t care that his bear screams mate – he wholeheartedly refuses to mate with a simple human like her.
Just when the pair find common ground to stand on, Emily’s gift suddenly puts them at odds with each other. Jackson is forced to decide whether to fight for the special connection that’s brewing between them, or retreat to his initial assessment of humans and belief that Emily is using him and his baby sister for her own personal gain
More Than Mated IndeedIt has a touch of everything. Shifters. Empaths. Love. Hate. Anguish. Acceptance. Fate. Wow. Just wow. I can't wait to explore this world farther. Beautifully written. -Amazon Reviewer
Bear with LoveLove this book it was fast reading and I just love it. You should read it you'll love it too. -Amazon Reviewer
Story is SolidI have mixed feelings about this book, but overall I liked it. The story was good and interesting with enough tie in to the Grayslake books (Celia Kyle) without being dependent on them. I felt the author captured that tie in very well, which is where many of the other "kindle worlds" novels failed. -Amazon Reviewer