Jac Dubois never let her overbearing colonel father, or the issues with her cat, keep her from enjoying an adventurous life. She didn’t live in one place long enough to truly call it home and is looking forward to settling down in her new position at a Colorado mountain resort. All of her plans for the future change the second she meets Reese. He’s dominant, organized, and ex-military—everything she’s sworn to avoid in a male. Not to mention, he’s her mate.
Wolf shifter Reese Reynolds has always been the one in charge, the one who takes care of everyone else. He’s traveled the world, served a tour for his country, all without ever finding his mate. He’s convinced that being alone is his destiny and throwing himself into the leadership role for his family’s business will have to be enough to satisfy him.
At least that’s what he believes until the new photographer arrives and turns his well-ordered life into chaos. To make matters worse, she’s his mate and totally convinced the great shifter matchmaker made a mistake.
Can Reese persuade Jac to stay, or will her beliefs and a new threat to his family’s home keep them apart forever?
This is an adult 18+ story that contains language, possible violence, and sexual situations geared to an adult audience.
Title: Enticing the Wolf
Series: Seneca Falls Shifters #4
Author: Rayna Tyler
Published: February 20, 2019
My Rating: 4.5 stars
‘Enticing the Wolf‘ is the fourth title in the ‘Seneca Falls Shifters‘ series, and big brother Reese has finally met his match… and his mate. A mate that wants no parts of a former military man, and is determined to ignore the mating bond developing between them. It’s going to take a large dose of danger, some help from friends and family, and maybe finally seeing that this man truly sees her just as she is… and likes what he sees without needing to change one thing about her (unlike her lifelong military, judgmental father).
I had such fun with Reese and Jac’s romance. She is as determined and stubborn about refusing to acknowledge that Reese is her mate as her mate is equally determined and stubborn enough to find ways to show Jac exactly what they could have… if she’d only give them a chance. Watching their banter, the discoveries about personalities, and ‘hot button’ topics each have was a roller coaster ride of laughter, frustration, and pure enjoyment. I liked them both equally which was a lot of the fun and frustration of watching them sorta fumble around the “I refuse to be your mate” stance of Jac.
But… with some help from friends and family, plus a dangerous situation at the resort they will have the chance to see, really see each other in a different light. I had suspected who the actual lead bad guy was early on, yet the build-up to that reveal was done so smoothly that I almost forgot about those questions I had about this person. Do you know that one character you really want to either shake some sense into or sit down for a stern talking to? Yeah. For me that was Jac. Her father really did a number on her mindset, and it will take a very compassionate, willing to do anything for his mate kind of guy to get her to see that not all men would treat her so badly… especially not her mate. In all, I had a great time with ‘Enticing the Wolf‘ and I’m about to go pick up ‘Teasing the Tiger‘. I’m not really certain how long this series will last – but I’m certainly enjoying every moment in this world for as long as it does.
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