Finally, Lexi Coolen has a home. Or so she thinks. Bouncing around for over 10 years, she's discovered she's safest on her own. Shaking off the shadow of being a teen amongst werewolves has been tough, but she's always managed. Until she met Kerr.
Kerr MacDonald messed up. Letting a rival pack's pet human move into town without permission is bad for business. Fixing things should be easy, except he's torn. Force her out or claim her as his own?
My rating of this book had more to do with my personal feelings than it did the creation of the story.
I really didn't feel like the whole 'he also slept with ----- (don't want to spoil it for those of you who haven't it) but its okay because now he has his mate and he's great'
In an odd way it felt like a betrayal of his character to me which pretty much ruined the rest of the book for me I couldn't reconcile what Kerr did with what he said and felt for Lexi after it all. There was already enough drama and trauma going on that the additional oh by the way I slept with (fill in the blank) didn't feel organic to me.
I felt that High Tide could have been written as an adult book considering some of the topics and emotional development it takes to cope with it all should have been set for an older range of characters however I still thought it was good and that it was written well, I just couldn't get over the sex thing in the end.
Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from the author
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