Wednesday, October 31, 2018

*Review* Harmony for My Mate by Terri A. Wilson

Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published: October 23, 2018
Pages: 157

How do you choose between two women, when only the love of both will bring you harmony?

Cameron was born a falcon shifter, but when his arrogance prompted a total disregard for safety, he was attacked by a bear shifter. Living with two predatory animals who want control makes it hard to find peace. When he meets the new chef, Eliza, his bear recognizes his mate, but his falcon longs for Skylar, a love from his past. When an opportunity presents itself that will make all the three happy, Eliza’s heart fights against her traditional upbringing, and she retreats into fear and uncertainty. Skylar knows their unique love will work. But first she must break through the walls Cameron and Eliza built, but that won’t be easy when Cam’s heart is split in two and Eliza refuses to believe she deserves happiness. Can three unique hearts turn their back on tradition and forge a new type of bond in order to bring harmony to their lives? 

This is a standalone within a series. It does not need to be read in order. However, there are details that are mentioned in this book that will reference events in previous books. These details do not change the plot of this story.

I was hired to proofread this book. The only aspects of the story that I influenced were the spelling and grammar. If you feel that my connection to this book makes my review untrustworthy, so be it, but this is my honest review.

I have been reading a lot of RH books lately, so I'm pretty well immersed in the non-traditional relationships that can occur, but it was also almost a bit of nice change to see two women to one man for me. The relationship dynamic in this book made a whole lot of sense all things considered though with Cameron's dual nature and all of that.

I found myself cheering the trio on, hoping that they would listen to Skylar, who comes across as something of a hippie dippy, Earth mother type. She's very in tune with her surroundings and seems almost like the type who could see people's auras. And even though she's young, she seems wise beyond her years, and it really fits with her character.

Although this book is part of a series, it really can be read all on it's own. However, that will open you up to some spoilers for the previous book if you choose to read them out of order.

Overall I give Harmony for My Mate 4.287 stars. - Katie 

Terri is a former English teacher and librarian. She taught middle and high school and college. Now she works from home homeschooling her two daughters and living out her dreams via her stories. She began escaping into books a little later than most but was hooked after the first book. It has been her dream to give back to the book world since second grade.
When she’s not writing or reading, she enjoys binging on Netflix and painting. Due to her crunchy lifestyle and free spirit, she considers herself a recycled hippie. Her most important goal is to help others jump and learn to fly.
To find out more about her characters and the lives they live, check out her website, Follow her on Amazon and Goodreads, or connect through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


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