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Star-Crossed Mates [Spirit Wolves 5] (Siren Publishing Menage Amour…

by Scarlet Hyacinth

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As finales to a series go, this book is definitely a grand one. Not only does it have great characters with a lot of depth and bad history who have to go through a LOT of suffering, it ties up all the loose ends very nicely and adds a touch of the mystical which gives the whole world created in this series a very poignant twist.

Klaus is probably the most difficult main character to like. Well, he was for me. He seemed very cold and focused only on his duty in the previous books; yes, he is a loyal friend to the Magistrate, but to let that overrule his personal needs to that degree? Not good. What we see in this book is the effect it has on him ignoring his mates as well. Let me tell you that he does redeem himself, in a big way, but not until the very end. So, be prepared to hate him for a long while - and then totally admire him.

Clay had my sympathy from the very start. Actually longer than that, since his story starts in volume 4. He comes back here and his suffering deepens. If he wasn't such a great guy with such a big heart, this could have easily ended in a major disaster. Nobody but him would have been able to deal with both Klaus and Ross as mates. Talk about a tough life!

Ross also appears in volume 4 and seems to be a total bad guy, a**hole and whatever other name you can think of. Pretty quickly we find out what was going on - and I rooted for him from then on. To have gone through what he has and come out the other end as relatively sane and loving as Ross is a great achievement.

This is the final book in the Spirit Wolves series, and that is NOT FAIR! I was just beginning to understand what this is all about and it's the final book? Luckily, I managed to find Scarlet on Facebook, wanting to find out if maybe I had gotten it wrong. Unfortunately, she confirmed that this is, indeed, the final book in the current series. However, apparently she plans spin-offs so that we will see these characters again. That will help.

As for this series: I loved it. Bravo Scarlet! ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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