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    Paranormal Romance

    Bonded Pair by Lauren Dane Cascadia Wolves #5 A road trip, too much family and a wedding to attend at the end of the journey left Megan Warden feeling at odds – especially as her mother keeps harping on her needing to find a mate. Megan wouldn’t mind having a mate and all it entails BUT said mate has so far remained elusive. When she picks up Dr. Shane Rosario, coming to attend the wedding, sparks fly and a bond is formed faster than greased lightning but then reality lifts its ugly head – Shane is in near denial of his wolf and rather unwilling to embrace the true meaning of being “mate” to Megan while Megan is totally and completely werewolf all the way. The two have a rollercoaster ride that leaves them both hurt and confused with family trying to help but not necessarily having THE answer or suggestion to make things right for the pair. And, there were times that I really did not see Megan going forward to Shane at all – at least not the way he continued to act more like a teenager than a nearly forty year old professional. In the end things are tied up with a bow but it seemed to take forever to get there. I am not sure but perhaps if I had read the previous books in the series terms like anchor, enforcer, trib-bond, etc would have made more sense BUT the novella works as a standalone story and helped entertain me this afternoon. Thank you to NetGalley and Carina Press for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    Loved it

    'Bonded Pair' by Lauren Dane is book Five in the "Cascadia Wolves" series. This is the story of Megan Warden and Shane Rosario. This book is a re-release of the book "Fated" with a new cover. In addition it is a quick read with about around 120 pages. Megan is taking a road trip with her family and also along to guard them. But being trapped in a car with continue talk of marriage and babies makes it hard on this single women who has yet to meet her mate. Shane is only attending the wedding because he was talked into it and a close personal friend will be there. Shane mother has denied him of his wolf family pretty much and kept him distant from that side. But he does understands the bonding code with you meet you mate. So when he first sees Megan he feels something strong and Megan to feels the pull. But his mother and her ways does set to interfere in their budding relationship. "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Disappointing

    This novella didn’t really work for me. Dane wrapped up the overall series arc in the last book, “Alpha’s Challenge”. This almost felt like an “oops, I left one of the Warden siblings single” and it was drawn out juvenile drama. Megan picks up Layla’s anchor, Shane at the airport for a family wedding and BOOM, they’re mates. So we get the insta-lust, claiming and then they can’t agree on anything but having sex. There’s a ménage for the tri-bond and then it’s just pages and pages of the same argument with sex scenes tossed in. At this point I’m skimming. If it was going to lack so much plot it should have been stuck it the middle of the series... at the end it feels and reads like an afterthought.
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