Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Review - Mistakenly Mated by Sonnet O'Dell

Title: Mistakenly Mated
Author: Sonnet O'Dell
Source: Author Request
Genre: Mix of PNR/Urban Fantasy/thriller
Length: Short Novel - 120 pgs
Reviewed by Douglas C. Meeks

Summary of Mistakenly Mated by Sonnet O'Dell:

Curiosity only kills cats, right?

Kerry never expected to have a mate among her own kind. White wolves, like her, are considered cursed.

When curiosity gets the better of Kerry, she becomes the mate of the handsome Caleb and her future takes a dramatic turn. They crave each other through a bond that after a month will be unbreakable and they have till then to get to know each other.

Surviving that month is the only problem! Someone is out to kill Kerry, but who and why?




Kerry is a white wolf and in this universe that makes her cursed, she is never supposed to mate with another wolf, her kind can only mate with humans…. Until the night she decides she wants to watch a mating ceremony.

It should be mentioned that unmated females are not to show up at mating ceremonies, especially white wolves. The mating which had been setup for political purposes to family power is “disrupted” to say the least by her actions and things go downhill from there.

Oh, did I forget to mention that somebody is not taking the accidental mating well and wants to kill Kerry? Seems that they have to be mated for a full month before it is official and somebody does not want the mating to last that long and one dead body should do the trick nicely .

Bottom Line: This is a novella that reads like a novel, should probably take you a day to finish it depending on your speed and available time but this is a good story, I thoroughly enjoyed it, wish it could have been more, would have been a good series starter. I give it 4+ Stars for what it is, a good days reading enjoyment and a good story, sexually it is probably R and maybe a bit more . Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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1 comment:

  1. A nice review, as usual. I enjoyed learning about this book and will probably read it. Great job.
    Linda Hays-Gibbs
    Angel in My Heart, Devil in My Soul


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