Taming Her Mate by Kathy Lyons

Detective Ryan Kennedy doesn't have time for distractions. As the only bear shifter on the police force, he's responsible for investigating the cause of the mysterious flu-like illness that's ravaging the citizens of Detroit. But when the beautiful daughter of a rival clan's alpha asks for his help, Ryan realizes that she may hold the key to stopping the virus. If only he can focus on the case and not on how much he wants to kiss the enemy.

Francesca Wolf knows who's poisoning the city, and she has a plan to take him down, but it will only work if Ryan follows her lead. Frankie's strong, passionate spirit makes her slow to ask for help, but time is running out and the sexy-as-sin cop won't submit to her demands. Instead, he's giving her orders and firing up her passions just when she needs to stay calm. They'll have to work together-as equals-to save the city, to keep each other alive, and to contain a hunger that might just burn the whole city to the ground.

If you follow me then you know how much I love my bear shifters. They along with tigers are my favorites. They are just so sexy! I've really been enjoying this series by Kathy Lyons, It includes all the things I enjoy in my shifters stories. Shifter stories are the only ones that I believe in instant love. 

I kinda got the feeling from this story that the series is ending with it. Which makes me both happy and sad. Sad if it's all over, but happy that we hopefully will get something new. 

I really enjoyed Taming Her Mate. Both Ryan and Frankie are fun characters to read. You feel their instant attraction and at the same time know they feel they should fight it. They might be mates but that doesn't mean it's all smooth sailing. 

I will say that it took me a bit to get into this one. There is a slow build into the story for me. At first, I wasn't too happy with that but then the story picked up and I forgot all about it until I wrote this review. 

This is a very enjoyable series that I recommend for all shifter lovers. I will tell you that I think you should read this series in order. It all just plays out much better. 









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