Peter and the Wolf

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Peter and the Wolf

Symbiotic Mates, #2

Bartender and werewolf Tyler goes looking for Hunter in the Vampire city. He isn't prepared for getting captured and tortured by the vampire Ethan, only to be saved by Peter another vampire. Tyler is a prisoner of the Maser of the Colony city. Tyler could be killed for being a werewolf. He is given to Peter as a pet. When he and Peter share blood they end up being Symbiotic mates, the same as Hunter and Aiden have become. Peter resists as best he can but also succumbs to their mating.

Although a good story in of itself this book should be read in series order. I had a little trouble with the pet storyline in the beginning because Tyler wasn't treated all that well.

Peter and the Wolf adds to the Symbiotic Mate storyline that is started in Hunter and the Hawk. I will continue reading the toher books.

Book Blurb for Peter and the Wolf

What happens when your blood adversary turns out to be your fated blood mate?

Tyler tends bar at the Wolf Den to fill his lonely nights, but he still hasn't given up on finding a mate. He has his eye on Hunter, a pack enforcer, but the Lycan kills one of their pack and finds sanctuary in the Colony, home of the Vampires. The Pack Alpha calls Hunter a traitor and wants him back dead or alive. But Tyler believes his friend is in trouble and he allows himself to be captured in order to find out the truth. Instead he's branded a blood slave to a blonde-haired vampire-hawk who wants more than blood. An unlikely alliance is forged but falling for his captor was never part of the plan.

Peter is a hybrid, part vampire, part human. He was turned by the Master, so his blood and abilities are stronger than the other made vamps. When he captures Tyler during an ambush, he expects a fight but the wolf hands himself over on a silver platter and Peter is not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. He makes Tyler his pet but once they share blood the line between captor and captive blurs.

Content advisories: This book contains violence and branding.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 3.50