Sunday, March 24, 2013

Beowulf and Roxie by Marisa Chenery

Beowulf and Roxie (Wulf's Den, #1)Beowulf and Roxie by Marisa Chenery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Roxie doesn't know how she let her best friend talk her into going to the Wulf's Den, but she did and now finds herself staring at the most handsome man she has ever met. Roxie has never been the type to go clubbing or pick up random men, she is more a homebody and although the heat she feels when she is with Beowulf is startling she is not willing to just jump in the sack to satisfy a need.

Beowulf knows Roxie is his mate, but curiously enough she is putting up quite a fight resisting the bond between them. He knows he should tell her that he is a shifter, he knows he should divulge that he is indeed the Beowulf that stories are told about, but mostly he just wants her to get comfortable with being his mate and not keep running off. When an ancient marking appears on her wrist, it appears there is more to Roxie than he imagined putting not only her life in danger but the fate of the pack in her hands.

Great story, I enjoyed that Roxie was skittish and she had to think things through before she just succumbed to her fate. Has a very interesting twist in the story that I thought really elevated the tale.

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