Hook, Line, and Mated

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Hook, Line, and Mated

Sweet Water Book 7

“Hook, Line, and Mated’s” Easton Pope is a moose shifter. He resides in the town of Sweet Water. Easton is a loner and recluse and figures he will never meet and have a mate. That is until he finds her in the town’s diner. He fights his need to mate, but it’s a losing battle.

Jessie, a cat shifter, has been brought back to Sweet Water due to her aunt’s passing. Jessie is emotional over what’s going on in her live and is not ready to mate some shifter, but there animals may have another thought. They’ve both run from each other and their mating. Can Easton and Jessie complete the mating or will their own hang-ups stop them from being together?

Jenika Snow writes another short and hot shifter romance. Moose shifter Easton is a bit bull headed like a moose can be. He’s your strong alpha type. Jessie is small, curvy and feisty. She is fighting her mating instinct with Easton. She has had a tough life. Coming back and staying in Sweet Water may be the best decision she’s ever had. But when these two accept their mating, all bets are off. This moose will never be alone again and the cat will have her mate.

If you enjoy hot and spicy shifter reads, buy this book. You will enjoy these great characters.


Book Blurb for Hook, Line, and Mated

Easton Pope, a moose shifter, is known in the town of Sweet Water as being a standoffish recluse. But he isn’t trying to please anyone, and the isolation suits him well. Even when he sees his mate and the instinct to claim her rides him hard, he tries to convince himself he doesn’t need her.

Jessie, a serval cat shifter, has been brought back to Sweet Water due to her aunt’s passing. With her emotions turbulent, running free in the woods as her serval sounds like something to let off steam. But when she meets her mate in the towering form of a moose, she knows she can’t handle being claimed on top of grieving—so she runs, too.

They’ve both run from each other and their mating. Can Easton and Jessie complete the mating, or will their own hang-ups stop them from being together?


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2016 3.50