They must protect each other. No matter what.
Quinn has resigned himself to living alone. His cabin, on the outskirts of a village, is the perfect place for him to paint. No distractions, lots of peace and quiet—until he goes out for a run as a wolf and sees another wolf scarpering for its life.
Goddard is that wolf. He’s been running for God knows how long, and he’s tired of looking over his shoulder, waiting to be found by the one man Goddard doesn’t want finding him. Injured, he discovers a cabin and goes inside.
Quinn’s and Goddard’s lives are changed forever when they realize they are bonded mates. The thing is, there’s still the problem of the man from Goddard’s past to get over, and when an incident in the village means Goddard’s whereabouts becomes public knowledge, things might take a nasty turn.
Gone are the days when the two men had to stick by human law. Being mated means wolf law comes first—and if it means killing to keep each other safe, then that’s what they’re prepared to do. They must protect each other. No matter what.
No Matter What by Sydney Presley was a nice read. Upon discovering they were fated mates, Quinn and Goddard traversed a slippery slope of getting to know each other and reconciling a past which stood in their way.
Each man brought an interesting dynamic to the table, an almost primitive quality in a modern world- an oxymoron.
While I found both characters likeable, I found myself struggling to connect with them. I believe this may be in part to the continuous POV change, leaving me bereft to fully connect.
A quick read with a slow pace.
Frisky but Nothing to Kinky
A three handcuff review
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