She Works Hard to be Normal…
Tatiana Winters loves the freedom of her life as a veterinarian in Oregon. It’s only reluctantly that she agrees to help cure a mysterious illness among the horses on a Montana ranch—the ranch of the Amoveo Prince. Tatiana is no ordinary vet—she’s a hybrid from the Timber Wolf Clan, but she wants nothing to do with the world of the Amoveo shifters.
But There’s No Escaping Destiny
Dominic Trejada serves as a Guardian, one of the elite protectors of the Prince’s Montana ranch. As a dedicated Amoveo warrior, he is desperate to find his mate, and time is running out. He knows Tatiana is the one—but if he can’t convince her, he may not be able to protect her from the evil that’s rapidly closing in…
This is the fifth book(not counting a novella) in the series about the Amoveo group of shape shifters. I have read three books and the novella now and I have enjoyed them all. Each book involves an Amoveo that meets their mate, of which there is only one in the world. It also involves the Purists that want to rid the world of hybrids-half human, half Amoveo. Thrown into the mix is the Caedo family, humans that are trying to rid the world of all Amoveo.
What I liked about this book:
As is my usual with this series, I liked the romance, this time between Tatiana and Dominic. Tatiana, as a hybrid had no intention of getting involved with the Amoveo side of herself but all bets are off when she travels to the Prince of the Amoveo’s ranch and meets Dominic. Dominic works as a Guardian for the Prince’s ranch.
I also liked the mystery involved. Someone is poisoning the Prince’s prized horses and as Tatiana is a veterinarian, with a sister who is married to one of the Prince’s closest friends, it falls to her to figure out and treat what is wrong with the horses. The mystery and action, ramps up pretty quickly.
I liked the world of the Amovero that the author has created. The powers they have and the way they treat their mates was pretty fascinating to read about and has been in each book.
What I didn’t like about this book:
There’s actually not much that I didn’t like about this story. One thing that bothered me a bit is that each book features the Purists and I think I would like a book that doesn’t have them in it for a change. Now, I admit I haven’t read the last two books and perhaps I missed a story without them in a previous book. As I said, it only bothered me a bit because it was well written and I enjoyed the read. So anyway, it was just a thought. Now that vampires have been introduced into the story, that might be interesting to add into the mix again. One day,I will be going back to read the previous two books that I missed because I did enjoy them.
Who would I recommend this book to:
Adults that like paranormal romance are pretty much the target audience. Or even romance readers of all kinds, as long as they are adults.