Monday, August 10, 2015
Review: Furever After by Michelle Fox
Piper Oakes is done with being a shifter and doing whatever she can to jettison her wolf. If she doesn’t, her alpha will force her to be his mate, even though they have no bond. In an effort to force her obedience, he’s taken everything from her—family, friends and any sense of safety she ever had. There’s no reason for her to be a wolf anymore and every reason to walk away.
Saving her wolf is his only chance at love…
Doctor Jaxon Comyn has never met a wolf who could be his mate. To fill the void of living alone, he throws himself into the study of human medical science. When Piper comes into his life, it’s his one shot at having it all, but claiming her as his mate means taking on both her alpha…and his.
Welcome to Eliza Gayle's Southern Shifters series, where alphas move heaven and earth for their ‘happily furever afters
I liked Piper. She may be little but she's mighty and determined not to be claimed by her alpha who has delusions that he's her mate and not above killing anyone who gets in his way. He proved that
by killing her parents. But she got away and ran. She was determined that she wasn't going to be claimed by him even if she had to kill off her wolf to do it. She ran into Jaxon and fell ill I'm
not sure why but I'm assuming that it was because she was trying to kill off her wolf. That bothered me a bit the not knowing. They didn't know they were mates. It took Jaxon's mentor to point it out. I am fine with the whole true mate thing. That is part of being a wolf and he was a nice guy. Instalust is not impossible and they didn't go with the whole I'm so in love with you thing. Seems like the author is going to let them grow into that.