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    A sweet and romantic read

    This is the 3rd book in the San Francisco Pack series, and this series just keeps getting better. I have always been a fan of the fated mates theme and I love the concept of the wolves finding their Luminaries. Since it's supposed to be such a rare occurrence, it has got me thinking as to how Josie has been pairing up so many wolves with their Luminaries. Since she has such a knack for it, I can't help thinking that something HUGE is in play with fate matching up so many. So I am going to sit tight and see how this plays out. ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    A fun, enjoyable read.

    Josie Cole is a matchmaker. She is celebrating her one hundredth successful match. To make it even better it is her younger sister, and she is now going to marry a wonderful man. Also a television crew are filming all the week long festivities. This is going to be such good publicity. Josie is a true romantic and knows it is possible to fall in love at first sight. She just wishes it would happen to her. Ryder McManus is a private investigator, specializing in cheating spouses and divorce. This has made him very sceptical of the idea of true love. Even werewolves like himself and the bridegroom don't always stay faithful to their fated mates. He has caught them cheating. He knows his best friend doesn't stand a chance of being happy because he has not told his intended what he is. This is a fun story. Our two protagonists battle all the way through about the reality of if love is true or can last. All the while fighting themselves. Lots of romance but very little sex. A really enjoyable read.
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    Reluctant Mates

    Loved it! I love romances; especially shifter romances, and I enjoy the whole scenario of a reluctant shifter finding his mate. Josie is a matchmaker, whose sister is getting married soon, and it will be Josie's 100th perfect match. During wedding events, Josie meets Ryder, who is the best man at the wedding, and they have an instant connection. Ryder knows Josie is his mate, but he doesn't want a mate, but he can't deny the pull he feels towards her. Ryder's friend, the groom, hasn't told Josie's sister, the bride, that he is a werewolf, so Ryder is trying to stop the wedding. One of the reason he wants to stop the wedding is he thinks his friend needs to come clean before making such a big commitment, and another reason is Ryder doesn't believe someone can be faithful for an entire relationship because as a private investigator, it is his job to catch cheaters, and he also had an incident in his own life with cheating, so he is sensitive to it. Ryder also thinks Josie won't be able to accept him if she finds out about him being a werewolf, so he pushes her away. I enjoyed the private investigator aspect, and I'm a sucker for weddings, so I loved that as well. I loved the chemistry between Ryder and Josie, and I liked the development of their story. There are some spicy moments, and some really sweet, heartfelt moments. This book is fun, cute, and I wanted more! I couldn't put it down till I finished the whole thing, and I am looking forward to reading more from Kristin Miller!
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    Excellent!

    WHAT A WEREWOLF WANTS is the third instalment in the San Francisco Wolf Pack series; while I thought book 2 was a bit weaker, Kristin Miller really nails it with WHAT A WEREWOLF WANTS! Josie Cole’s sister Carrie is getting married, and this will be the hundredth successful match for Josie’s Cole Matchmaking Services, which means a huge career boost and a TV special. However, Josie is still single. Carrie is marrying Mitch, a friend of Ryder McManus, who will be his best man. Ryder has given up on love, which is unfortunate as he is a werewolf and that means a much shorter life span, without his fated mate. Ryder is a private investigator dealing mostly in catching cheaters, which doesn’t help his outlook. He thinks Mitch must tell Carrie he’s a werewolf; a few days from the wedding, and Mitch is not saying a word. When they first meet, Josie thinks Ryder is really hot, and vice versa, but worse for Ryder: Josie is his Luminary, his fated mate, the one with whom he is destined to spend his life with, and she is a mortal to boot! And Ryder is determined to stop the wedding, while Josie is adamant that it must happen, and things go from bad to worse when Ryder mentions that Mitch has not been entirely truthful… The writing is flawless, there are no lulls in the story, no filler, and the pacing is impeccable. There are a few hilarious moments as well as funny banter, and Ms. Miller adds to her already fascinating world. The characters, both principal and secondary, are all equally interesting, and I loved how the two couples handled their issues. The friendship between Josie and Carrie, as well as between Mitch and Ryder felt entirely genuine. But best of all was the way Ms. Miller dealt with how Mitch and Ryder reveal what they are; it was done very convincingly, and I felt that’s how it would happen in real life. WHAT A WEREWOLF WANTS offers an excellent look at what make relationships work, and coupled with the paranormal angle, it’s even more compelling. It was absorbing to see things evolve and watch the bond get stronger between Ryder and Josie, apart from the fated mate thing. There might have been instalust there, and again everything was entirely plausible; Ryder and Josie had to work on their issues to get their Happy Ever After, and all this was done brilliantly! Excellent read! I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    What a Werewolf Wants

    Unlucky in love for herself, Josie Cole is a pro at matching other couples and her sister’s wedding will be her one-hundredth match unless private investigator / werewolf Ryder McManus has something to say about it in this enchanting paranormal romance. Catching cheating spouses has taught Ryder there is no such thing as happily ever after and the reader can’t help but get caught up in the energetic sparks that fly when Ryder finds his fated mate at his best friend’s wedding. The chemistry may sizzle with heated desire between Ryder and Josie but this relationship is more spirited than an active volcano because of their completely opposite view points on love and happily ever after which causes impassioned debates and flaming tempers along with the blazing passion. Strong feisty characters demand the reader’s attention while the fast paced, smooth flowing plot enchants readers with suspense, excitement, charm and romance while causing some spontaneous chuckles. Excitement and tension builds throughout the story as Josie and Ryder continue to have spirited conversations regarding the rightness of the wedding while Ryder fights his smoldering desires for Josie due to his personal demons and of course his “werewolf” secret. The intriguing events draw the reader into this lively romance as the well written scenes paint vivid details that make it easy for the readers to become immersed in the story. I really enjoy each and every visit with the San Francisco Wolf Pack but I think What a Werewolf Wants may be my favorite because the author spiced this story up with some extra excitement in the romance and secret telling elements of the story which added to Jodi’s feisty personality and Ryder’s sexy but doom and gloom attitude made the story a delightful and fun read that I just had to finish before I could go to sleep.
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