The Werewolf’s Mate
by Michael Loring
Goodreads blurb: Cassie’s life is perfect. She lives in a decently sized apartment in uptown Boston, has a caring sister and rich step-brother who sends her money, and has found her Mate – the true love of her life. Darren is a compassionate young man who treats Cassie well, and she beleives nothing will come between them…until Claire Collins comes into the picture. Claire is an old friend of Darren’s, and has recently been turned into a vampire with one goal in mind: to steal Darren from Cassie. Cassie will not stand for this undead freak trying to steal her Mate, so she decides to show Claire what it means to step onto a werewolf’s territory.
About the Author: Michael Loring was born in Bristol, Connecticut, but has lived in a variety of places such as Florida and Tennessee. He likes to think of himself as an amateur Lycanthropologist, studying werewolves ever since he was eight years old when he first saw An American Werewolf In London. He spent most of his life switching between home school and public school, always focusing on his passion of writing no matter what. His interest in writing was sparked in the second grade when his teacher encouraged him to write short stories for the class, earning him more than one award at school assemblies for Creative Writing. He currently resides back in his birthplace of Connecticut with a house full of women who like to drive him up the wall until he finishes his chores. Though they seem to avoid him during the night of the full moon for some unexplainable reason…
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My Thoughts - 3 out of 5 unicorns - I liked it!
**gifted to me by the author for an honest review
First, the cover is lovely and intriguing. I love it :)
I liked this story. It is short only 50 or so pages. His writing style is very descriptive as he introduces you to his characters. I like it, but I wish there was more action or intrigue, but this could be just me because I love full length novels that is an emotional rollercoaster filled with action :) I liked Cassie though she has much more patience than me, and Darren redeemed himself in the end because I wanted to slap him. I’m intrigued about her sister and think there could be a great story there full of action…I’ll have to look at his other books to see.
I think if you are a paranormal lover that you would enjoy the story just remember it is a short short and take it for what it is.
Interested in reading??
I’m really interested in reading Dehumanized in the future :)