To Find a Mate
Book 4, VonBrandt Pack - Somewhere, TX
Camryn Rhys & Krystal Shannan
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He’s nursing a broken heart, and he’s her first love…
she just needs to tell him...
Everyone in Adam VonBrandt’s world seems to have found their mate. Except him. With several families of wolves in town for a moon run, there have never been so many choices. Surely, he can find a mate among all those single women.
Paige Wheeler sees the big, smiling rancher every Friday morning for six years. When her boss gives her one Friday off, she has to find a way to get into the bakery. Doesn’t everyone know she needs to see Adam every week? But when she starts blathering about hallucinating a couple of werewolves, she becomes Adam’s biggest priority. He just has to get his hands on her...
Adam VonBrandt has come to the bakery for the past 6 years but today the smell he knows and loves is off and he doesn't know why. Paige Wheeler has worked at the bakery for 6 years and every Friday she sees the man she is in love with but he doesn't know it. This is their journey to come together.
I received an advanced copy of this book for an honest review. This is book 4 of the VonBrandt Family series by the author. I love this series and the characters and once I started reading I can't put the book down till I finish it.
To Find a Mate
This book got off to a terrific start. I really loved the pull of the bakery and Adam's somewhat clueless state on why he loved it there so much. It was the perfect set-up for everything to come.
Paige was a lot of fun. She was one heck of a baker and had a HUGE crush on Adam - but he didn't know and she liked to keep it that way. But of course, fate has to stick her nose into everyone's lives and mix them up a bit. It's almost too late by the time Adam finally realizes just what Paige may be to him.
In fact, towards the end was the one part that I think was just a little too much. We broke the lore. I don't like it when an author has to break their lore in order to make a story work. The authors did a good job trying to give a reason and adding some genuine confusion on the part of the characters - they don't know why it broke either apparently. But it just seemed like a bit of a cop out.
*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*