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[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, HEA] When Adam Mackenizie's family cannot pay off their debts, he sells himself into temporary slavery. It's only ten years of his life, and he can do that to keep his mother and sisters from becoming blood whores. He never expects to be put up for auction in a sex market by his new[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, HEA] When Adam Mackenizie's family cannot pay off their debts, he sells himself into temporary slavery. It's only ten years of his life, and he can do that to keep his mother and sisters from becoming blood whores. He never expects to be put up for auction in a sex market by his new master. He also doesn't expect his buyer to be a sweetheart from his past, who bailed on him when it mattered the most. Adam doesn't know whether to be relieved and kiss him, or punch the man's beautiful face. Alpha wolf Mason Cayne never thought he would see Adam, gorgeous, sweet, and innocent Adam, in a whore house. His first instinct is to buy him and finish what they started seven years ago. Thanks to Adam's stepfather, the vampires want to collect Adam personally. Now Mason must decide if the puppy love he once shared with Adam is worth risking the lives of everyone in his pack. ** A Siren Erotic Romance...

Title : Buying a Mate
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ISBN : 21394616
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 102 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Buying a Mate Reviews

  • Phaney
    2019-03-21 12:31

    That went wrong fast.I guess most of this will have to be hidden in spoiler tags, since I only really have to complain about one big thing and it occurred sometime after midpoint.(view spoiler)[I am not on board with Mason’s anger at Adam, of all people. It’s not like he didn’t try to tell Mason when it was still relevant. So yeah. Not happy with this development or its consequences. In this situation it seems to me that Adam is at least in as much need of comfort as Mason, since he had to deal with the whole thing on his own, though no fault of his. None. In fact, even just having unprotected sex with Adam was Mason’s mistake to make, given what he must have known about his own physical peculiarities.And in the end they do the usual thing of avoiding sex to protect the sick partner. Needlessly, I may add. Especially since it only culminates in fucking when I’d have thought just making out heavily every night would have been a lot less strenuous and overall more enjoyable.(On that note, I suppose this book is very much in tune with those old category romances. Secret baby, miscarriage, evil parents, arranged marriage, “bought for pleasure”, spoiled by super-rich guy, unreasonable blaming, refusal to communicate, evil step-parent, kidnapping, surprise pregnancy, “we can’t have sex because I am an overprotective moron”. Yeah. Sums it up nicely.) (hide spoiler)]Anyway, to add insult to injury that sex scene was not even significant. To be honest, it bored me. What a sad way to end things.The introduction/teaser into the next book did not help. I guess I am beginning to get irritated by those now, particularly when they’re in no way connected to the story that just ended.Don’t get me wrong, this was still an okay read. But not nearly as good as some of the earlier interactions between the protagonists suggested.I feel as though the author is neglecting some of the elements that made me enjoy her style.

  • Elena
    2019-04-01 16:31

    2.5 stars, rounded up.The weakest part ofThe Pregnant Mateseries yet...I didn't feel any chemistry betweenAdam, a human, andMason, an Alpha werewolf... :(The plot with the wholebuying a 10-year slave contractand Adam's constant stomach sickness, and almost non-existent pack life, and a very weird"black moment"at the end - well, it didn't convince me at all... :(Still, the sex was very hot and I really like this Author and her shifter stories so I'll continue with The Pregnant Mates ;)

  • Teetee
    2019-04-08 15:37

    Warning: rambling review to follow:Contrived, contrived, contrived!!Well this book really pissed me off! Mason is an alpha who is reunited with his long lost love Adam. There were misunderstandings and family obligations that separated the two but now that they are together, alls well that ends well, right? Except Mason loses his mind and acts unreasonably in reaction to the news that Adam was pregnant in the past with his child and lost it. Mason and Adam have been reunited for TWO DAYS, and Mason claims he’s being totally honest with Adam so they can start their relationship anew, yet he blows up on Adam for ACCIDNETLY losing his child and then not telling Mason about it, even though Adam tried to. Yet Mason kept the fact that they were mates from Adam-how is that being ‘totally honest’? And the reaction is not equal to the event! He goes off for two weeks avoiding Adam for an accident that Adam tried to tell him about YEARS ago. Then the beta Jessie has a talk with Mason about ignoring his mate and we find out he’s not angry at Adam anymore, he’s avoiding him because he feels bad about what happened. CONTRIVED!!! Plus, Henry, Adams dad is a cartoon caricature of a weak plot device. The man is an idiot and yet blithely insults his family, continues to get his family in financial trouble and assumes everyone really doesn’t mind how much trouble he causes? CONTRIVED!!! Ugh…I need to lie down now.I hate a book that insults my intelligence so badly. This one did it for me. I’m going to try to continue the series but if I see this kind of writing again, I’m done.

  • Beth doesn't writeenough reviews
    2019-03-20 14:28

    Real dafuqeryI first read this series years ago. Completely forgot about it until it came up on a library search on my device. As I read them again I'm reminded of all the problems I noted before and am finding new issues too.There is of course a certain amount of suspension of disbelief needed when reading paranormal. It's a requirement. However, there are some things here I just can't excuse. If the author is going to write about gay men she needs to do some research. Just because a man prefers to bottom doesn't make him a woman with franks n beans. She also needs an anatomy lesson, anal sex doesn't work they way she thinks it does. There are also a couple of editing problems here, wrong name used, missing words and misspelled. Also, the time space continuum is in play here because the ages and years of events don't add up. I'll give it two stars because even though I didn't become emotionally invested in the characters I think the author did try to handle a horrific situation with great care.

  • 315
    2019-04-12 12:11

    Shelving this series for now. Was in the mood for some mpreg with some story fun. Not really getting what I wanted out of the series.

  • Lizzie
    2019-03-21 16:27

    One small blip for me this time. I was under the impression that an Omega wolf evolved due to the lack of female wolves and in this book there were at least four, that were mentioned, though Mason's wife, mother and mother-in-law were killed. Of course it wasn't definitely mentioned that they were wolves but from the allusions to Mason, his family and his wife and her family, it felt as if they were. Back on point though, if omegas evolved because of the lack of female wolves, its only logical that it was their bodies that allowed pregnancy. Here it was the male that caused it because Adam is very clearly human and he became pregnant twice. So which is it I'm wondering? Other than that I enjoyed this one as much as the others.

  • ~SexyBookWorm~
    2019-04-04 11:10

    I liked the approach to the pregnancy this time around. We were kind of kept in suspense for awhile and I actually enjoyed it! However, Masons reaction to the news of Adams original pregnancy was not my favorite. He was far from supportive and loving. Adam had been holding onto this for 6 years and even believed that mason intentionally snubbed and rejected him. So masons reaction of anger and blame was kind of annoying. Poor Adam :-(. But of course it all worked out in the end. .. kind of. We didn't really get a conclusion to the Casper the Vampire situation. It felt a little like "all is well. .. for now at least". A real ending would have been nice

  • Sofia Lazaridou
    2019-03-22 13:26

    I have finally given up trying to understand how pups are being born in this universe. Now I am just going to read about it. In this book I would have liked to see the fight between the vamps and the werewolves and to find out why Adam was so sick for the last six years. Why didn’t someone send him to a healer?This is a different pack from the one we saw in the previous books and is where Brutus was sent. I wonder if he will ever get a book. Finally, Scott and Jessie’s book is the next one. The tease was good are always.

  • Christy
    2019-03-20 11:18

    Hmmmm.....interesting. Who knew a werewolf could get a regular human pregnant? Interesting difference in the lore from what I've seen in other male-pregnancy stories.Anyway, I liked Adam and Mason, although I kind of wish they'd done a little more talking instead of sulking....they might have resolved their issues sooner. I'm also eager to know what gap pens with the vampire challenge Mason issued and whether Adam can be cured from his strange stomach ailment after the baby is born. So, I really hope these things get addressed in a future book!

  • Lioness7
    2019-04-04 09:27

    Adam and Mason knew each other in the past. Seven years later they meet again when Adam decides to auction himself off to pay off a debt. I don’t want to tell a ton because that will kind of spoil some big parts of the story. Anyways, the book does deal with male pregnancy. If you aren’t into that, this book and this series is definitely not for you. It is for me though. I absolutely love this genre and this series is right up my alley.

  • Tara Mcmillan
    2019-04-13 13:15

    There was this brief moment where the characters in bed switched positions and switched back again, a little more than just a name mixup. Then there is the matter of the challenge... Wtf? We just skip to the book... (Lol, I see now. The challenge continues to the next book. I recant my negative star for this.)

  • ~RMG
    2019-04-05 14:12

    2.5 stars

  • Birte
    2019-03-24 12:21

    2.5 stars

  • Emily (Book Jems)
    2019-04-09 15:24

    i've read four of these and i still don't understand how a man births a baby.was that explained, or was i just too squicked out to notice?

  • Moomba
    2019-03-23 11:24

    Weak writing. The series started stong but with every new book it dwindles more and more. Hopefully book 4 and the rest of the series will pick up where book 1 left off.