Their Mate (Daughters of Olympus, #2)

My rating: ❤❤❤ of 5!

Their Mate


This book follows Remedy, one of Harlow’s sisters – if you haven’t already, read the first book I recommend doing so first.

Remedy is a head strong, passionate young woman with serious temper issues. She’s had a touch life and she doesn’t really have anyone she can count on, however, that’s about to change when an old friend call and invite her to visit in Alaska. The invite turns out to not be exactly what Remedy had thought or dared hope for, so before long she finds herself on her own again. Everything changes when Remedy meets a pack of wolf shifters and, thanks to instant attraction she’ll never be alive again. When you’re used to being on your own it can be really hard to figure out who to trust, so when she’s stalked by a bear she doesn’t react in kind.

At the end Harlow shows up with her men and honestly, it gets really confusing from there on. Not only are there six men but one of Harlow’s is called West and his brother is a member of Remedy’s harem, called East. Confused yet? Well I definitely was. I do hope there won’t be anymore similarities like that between the different sister’s harems, but only time will tell.

While I did enjoy Remedy’s story a lot more than Harlow’s, it still felt more like a draft than a published story. The pace is way too fast for my liking and, it actually puts me off the stories because I keep having to stay alert to in order to keep up. So definitely not a relaxing read. On top of that, neither Harlow nor Remedy has been my kind of female leads. Personally, I don’t really care for their background sob-stories I just want to see what comes next. So here’s hoping that the third sister is more interesting.

Have you read this book or anything like it? Comment and let me know.


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