In a world where everyone was against them, they needed a Miracle. What no one had expected was to find their salvation in an abandoned town that was ready to collapse. Yet, that is exactly what happened when they moved to the town of Miracle, Oregon. Finding one’s mate should be the greatest moment in a shifter’s life, but for Chadwick Ramos, who had been waiting for hisIn a world where everyone was against them, they needed a Miracle. What no one had expected was to find their salvation in an abandoned town that was ready to collapse. Yet, that is exactly what happened when they moved to the town of Miracle, Oregon. Finding one’s mate should be the greatest moment in a shifter’s life, but for Chadwick Ramos, who had been waiting for his mate since he was five, he was no longer sure he wanted a mate. At least not the one fate had given him. A dominate Alpha, who would sure want to tell him what to do, was not his idea of the loving mate he’d always dreamed of. Saber Thorsen knew his immense size was an effective deterrent to those wanting to start trouble. He just hadn’t expected it to have the same effect on his mate. It would take a lot of patience and understanding to change Chadwick’s mind but for his mate, Saber would do whatever it took. If only they had time. But with the challenge for the Council coming up, it would take a miracle for Saber to not only win, but to survive the battle. It was probably asking too much to also win the heart of his mate. Then again, that’s what their town is about, finding a Miracle. ...
|Title||:||Tearing Down Walls|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||144 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Tearing Down Walls Reviews
While I liked this one, I have to say that it's not my favorite in the series. The main relationship conflict is supposed to be that Chadwick, for reasons in his past, keeps running away from his mate Saber and their mating. I did feel for Chadwick's past (some of which has been mentioned in all of the other books) and liked getting to see a little more of the man behind all the jokes and snark. What I didn't like was Saber's attitude. He *never* respects Chadwick's wishes or boundaries. Chadwick is constantly telling Saber to leave him alone and/or walking away, only to have Saber act like a caveman and either pin him up against a wall or throw him over his shoulder and demand to talk. This really hit me the wrong way. Saber also (in the continuing irritating tradition of this series to bestow one partner with a pet name) calls Chadwick "Kitten". Chadwick hates this and keeps tell Saber not to call him that--to no avail. I think the ideal reader for this book is someone who likes a love interest to be a very domineering and wholly alpha type. I felt like it made the dynamic seem a little too M/F, but I can see where it would be a great attraction for some readers. The story also had the dramatic fight for the council seats and the threat that Chadwick would lose the mate that he'd been pushing away. This part was well done, suspenseful and emotional. The couple's reconciliation and resultant hot sex was great too. I have very much enjoyed this series and look forward to the next one. (Highly recommended to be read in order!)
Enjoyable read. Great addition to the series.
I read Tearing Down Walls on a whim and gosh it was a terribly undeveloped, fast paced novella. To be truthful this is boring, fast paced, predictable romance.
I am really enjoying this series. It is well written with well developed characters. I am looking forward to starting the next book in the series.