Review: To Save His Mate by Serena Pettus

Author: Serena Pettus
Series: Wolfe Brothers #3
Release Date: November 24, 2013
Publisher: Resplendence Publishing
Source: Author
Pages: 110
Reviewer: Elizabeth
Rating: 4 Stars
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Lacy Anders is getting burned out in her job with the state police, but when a cold case is reopened, she finds herself tapped for the undercover assignment. Never imagining that she would ever be back in the modeling world, she now finds herself posing as bait in order to catch a serial killer before they strike again.

The only problem? Her new modeling partner is the hottest man she’s ever laid eyes on, and she’s not entirely sure that her eyes will be the only things she lays on him!

Ethan Wolfe’s life is simple … until he meets Lacy. She is his every fantasy come to life, and soon he finds himself battling his inner wolf for control whenever she is near.

The little firecracker soon turns his world upside down, when she brings him on board with her investigation. Now, with models falling victim to strange “accidents”, the two must put their relationship to the side in order to catch the culprit.

But when the killer finally comes out, will Ethan be in time to save his mate?

Elizabeth's Thoughts
It seems that another Wolfe brother has fallen in love and in this case, it’s with an undercover human cop with a sexy model body and a no-nonsense attitude.

Lacy is searching for a murderer and stumbles upon a sexy forest ranger/volunteer fireman, Ethan. The attraction is instant and the chemistry is explosive between these two, on and off camera. Can the couple keep level heads and find the killer or will their combustible passion distract them, putting lives at risk…including their own?

When the synopsis mentioned that Ethan was going to be modeling, I was hoping for a sexy fireman calendar shoot. (Maybe in the next book, perhaps?) I enjoyed the mystery of who the murderer was, but when this person was revealed, there was no motivation explained, just a confession. Maybe this person was just crazy, but it felt a little incomplete not knowing the “why” of it.

I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I did the first two in the series, but I still enjoyed being drawn into the story and loved seeing other members of the Wolfe family. I love the banter between Adam and Stephanie, Abraham’s mate. They always have me laughing out loud. I am curious to know who will catch Adam’s heart. Could it be a certain bartender in town to help her ailing grandma? Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

I recommend this, and any of Serena’s books, to anyone looking for a quick, paranormal romance with a happily ever after.

I was gifted an eBook copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.

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