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Chasing Paradise He ll do whatever it takes to earn back her trust A vacation is exactly what Ethan needs to escape the mate hungry females in his pack Determined to have fun, he can t think of a better way to start than sampling all the different flavors the shifter only resort has to offer, and not the food variety But after he meets Gwen, no one else holds any interest for him Ethan came on vacation to avoid mating There s no way he s going to give up his freedom without a fight Gwen is devastated when she hears her mate denying everything they are to each other She can t sit by, watching him fool around with other girls at the resort Or worse, crawl back, unable to resist the mating pull but not really wanting her She needs to get away and her own vacation sounds like the perfect plan But she should have remembered what her mother always taught her, never run from a predator unless you want them to chase you The hunt is on


10 thoughts on “Chasing Paradise

  1. says:

    1 star Why Because it was too easy He hurt her horribly, but she loved him and the sex was great, so all s forgiven in about 10 pages NOT An hurt person especially a woman whose feelings and hopes have been crushed that badly can carry rancor for ages Add to that that t


  2. says:

    Chasing Paradise has all the usual tropes for this kind of story In this case, though, they are as simplified as they can be, especially the soulmate one Unlike some people, I find the soulmate theme comforting and I usually enjoy it a bitthan this I liked the idea of otter


  3. says:

    H was an azzhat and a horndog Honestly without the fated mate thing I believe H wouldn t have given the h a second look and would have happily continued whoring around.Liked the h though, she was awesome and deserved a guy who wooed her and made her laugh not cry so much, someone w


  4. says:

    The Alphine Woods Shifters series follows a world where shifters exist in many different forms Not only do you have the predatory shifter animals but you also have a range of other shifter types I found the concept of an otter shifter to be charming Gwen is a beautiful, curvy woman who h


  5. says:

    Chasing Paradise is a short shifter romance that I stumbled upon in Scribd It s part of a series, but I didn t read book 1, and didn t feel like I missed anything I thought this would be in the mates rejected trope, but it really wasn t Wolf shifter Ethan attends an all shifter hook up resort


  6. says:

    Chasing Paradise is a good steamy romance I liked the fact that it was hot and quick to read This story could most definitely be standalone from the first book, but I do suggest going back to the first one if you just read this one I took a liking to Ethan from the start He is alpha and all male His


  7. says:

    This sequel to Arctic Winds is an excellent read Chasing Paradise is the story of Ethan and Gwen and how miscommunication leads to a lack of trust in a mated relationship I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, I found I got to know the main characters really well and although the other Callahan family me


  8. says:

    This is the second novella in Sondrae s Alpine Woods Shifters series and was just as steamy as the first one They are novellas so everything does happen a little quicker than it normally would, but am still enjoying them.I loved Ethan when we met him in the first book and was looking forward to seeing what kind


  9. says:

    This is book 2 in the Alpine Woods Shifter series This is the story of Ethan and Gwen Ethan was a bachelor who didn t want a mate Gwen was a manager of a seaside resort for shifters After one night of passion, Gwen knew he was her mate Ethan on the other had was wanting to fight the truth to the end What will that co


  10. says:

    I can t seem to resist a bit of brain candy after a classic You think I would learn my lesson, but no This book was just what I expect over trite, under developed, rushed, and sexy With a splash of shifter lingo.Just what the doctor ordered.


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