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Wine of My Desire

The Susilauma Wolves, Book 3
Lu par : John York
Série : The Susilauma Wolves, Volume 3
Durée : 6 h et 26 min
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Jeremy is the quintessential homebody: He lives with his family, works from home, and doesn't even drive. He also doesn't think very much of himself after his failure to prevent his brother Daniel's injury. He is struggling to decide what to do with his life when fate drops a true mate right in his lap. Too bad even his mate can't see anything in Jeremy worth wanting.

Marcello is a longtime member of a shifters-only motorcycle club. When the club's president gets bad news from home, the whole group decides to come along and help. Upon arrival, Marcello can't figure out why one of the Jacobson-Miller men occupies so many of his thoughts.

When shifter hunters again target the Jacobson-Miller clan, Marcello will learn that Jeremy is far more special than he'd originally thought, but will he learn it too late?

©2018 Whit Valentine (P)2019 Whit Valentine

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  • 13/02/2019

The Susilama wolves are back!

I completely fell in love with this book! I usually listen to audiobooks in my down time, but with this one, I just couldn’t stop listening!
This is probably my new favourite in the series! It is much more emotional than the previous two, because the mating does not goes smooth, and also we have the shifter hunters back (what’s wrong with you people, would you leave them alone???).
So this book made me laugh, it made me cry, and then laugh again.
And without giving away or spoiling anything, I will only say that Marcello in his shifted form is completely and utterly adorable!
The Jacobson-Miller clan is the perfect example of what a strong and united family/pack truly is. Strong bonds that transcend time, distance, illness and adversities. This series just keeps getting better and better, and I truly love John York’s narration.