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  • Winter Secrets by M. Limoges

    Title: Winter Secrets   Black Hills Wolves  Winter Solstice Run Book 3   Author: Melissa Limoges Reviewer: Stephanie Jordan ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● The say the first year is the hardest when you get married. Especially after the honeymoon is over, guess that includes wolf mates too. Kate Matthews had a lot of issues, for one her wolf was never around. Plus she's only shifted once in her life, with her mate but that was it. Her wolf would not talk to her not one word. Not only was her wolf a problem but Stephen Dorsett her mate keeps bugging Kate to go to the Winter Solstice Run, but what if she can't shift in front of everyone that would  embarrass Stephen more. No Kate would just not go to the Run. Oh so many problems to make matters worse Stephen was working early morning till way after midnight and they were always fighting. NOW Kate finds out she's pregnant. I was gifted this ARC for an honest and truthful review. My Personal Stars Scores Book Cover Rating 5++ Stars Hero Rating 5 Stars Heroine Rating 5 Stars Sexual Tension Rating 5 Stars Sex Scenes Rating 5++ Stars Plot Development Rating 5 Stars Dialogue 5 Stars Overall Rating 5++++ Stars Storytelling Rating 5+ Stars StoryEnding Rating Stars Would I Reread This Book?? Yes I would.. Would I Read Future Books By This Author? This is my 1st book from her I'm quite impressed.

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  • Patience is a virtue

    I received an ARC of "Winter Secrets" from the author, in exchange for an honest review. I've never read anything from M. Limoges before, but I couldn't wait to dive in & see what I was getting. But once I started I couldn't put it down. Leading up to the Winter Solstice Kate feels her mate pulling away from her, whispered conversations with another women, with him jumping down her throat when she asks who it is, has her thinking the worst. Then she gets a surprise that is the catalyst for the worst week leading up to Christmas. This was a fun read, it goes to show that when you start keeping secrets, life starts to fall apart around you... I loved the personal growth Kate goes through. 'Winter Secrets' is book 33 in the "Black Hills Wolves" series, although I haven't read most of the books in this series (around 30 of them), I was still able to understand & enjoy the story being told. It's also book 3 in the "Winter Solstice Run" collection. I really enjoyed reading 'Winter Secrets' & also can't wait for the 4th book in this collection.

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  • Fun, Quick, Shifter Romance

    It’s not common to find stories that focus on couples after they get together, as if falling in love is the end of the conflict, fun, and romance. So I was excited that the couple in Winter Secrets had already taken that journey and were in the great relationship beyond. :) Of course, things aren’t all rainbow-farting unicorns after the initial HEA, and such is the case with our couple in Winter Secrets. Both Stephen and Kate, recently mated wolf shifters, have secrets. Not earth-shattering in themselves, but sometimes relationships don’t take a whole lot to go sour, especially when one mate is insecure. I liked both Kate and Stephen a lot. Kate has some shifter issues she hasn’t dealt with, but Stephen hasn’t pushed her, and all it takes is a wee misunderstanding to send their relationship into a tailspin. Usually, I’m not big on a story revolving around a misunderstanding that could be cleared up with a calm conversation, but it worked in Winter Secrets. I got Kate’s insecurities and why she jumped to the conclusion she did. Stephen could have been less of a jerk at the beginning, yet his response was real. We all snap at even the ones we love if pushed at certain times. So, there’s a rocky start and a fun, sexy, sweet road to reconciliation. For me, however, a secondary character was even more interesting than the main characters. It could be because I’m naturally drawn to snarly, antisocial heros. :) Wes is a friend and co-worker of Stephen’s, and I just loved him! We catch just a glimpse of who he is and who he realizes his mate is, and I sooooooo want to read his story!

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