The Mating Chase: Werewolves of Montana Book 1

· Werewolves of Montana Book 1 · Bonnie Vanak Publishing
413 reviews

About this ebook

 Welcome to the sensual world of the Lupine, where the burning drive to mate claims all...
Home from college, where men teased her for being overweight, Beth doesn't fit into pack life at the Mitchell ranch. Because she’s forgotten how to shift into a wolf, the pack alpha has ordered her to choose a mate or leave. The only male Beth desires is Dale, a fiercely protective Lupine who loathes the human lifestyle she embraces. She hungers for the handsome shifter’s touch, but fears their differences are too vast to overcome.

Dale has waited for four long years for Beth’s return. Her scent ignites his desire and her voluptuous body fires his blood. He is determined to awaken her to the sensual world of the Lupine. Although she acts more “Skin” than wolf, he can’t deny his overwhelming drive to claim her.

As the heat of passion threatens to consume them both, a new peril arises. Someone is killing a local rancher’s livestock and blaming it on wolves, endangering the pack’s ability to shapeshift. It will take all Beth’s courage and Dale’s skill to find the enemy threatening to destroy their world...

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413 reviews
A Google user
March 13, 2018
A novella containing explicit sex scenes. If you are hoping to enjoy a good plot, you will probably be disappointed. It's not meant for hopeless romantics.
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anne clausen
October 8, 2014
I read a feedback where some one was unhappy with a happy ending. I so enjoyed the happy endings so far. Read "Crime and Punishment" if want misery fella!
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Tawnya Cox
January 2, 2016
I find it hard to believe that a lupine can forget how to shift. Specially only within 4 years. That's the biggest issue I have with this story.
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About the author

 Bonnie Vanak is a former newspaper reporter who became a writer for a major international charity. She traveled to destitute countries such as Haiti to write about famine, disease and other issues affecting the poor. When the emotional strains of her job demanded a diversion, she turned to her childhood dream of writing romance novels. Her historical and paranormal books take readers from the exotic, sweeping sands of Egypt to the mysterious, dark alleyways of New Orleans. 

Bonnie lives in Florida. Visit her Web site at 

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