A Beginner's Guide to Wooing Your Mate : Being(s) in Love

  • by R. Cooper
  • Narrated by Robert Nieman
  • Series: Being(s) in Love
  • 7 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Zeki Janowitz has returned to his hometown of Wolf's Paw to start his wizarding career. Unfortunately, Wolf's Paw, a werewolf refuge, follows centuries of tradition and shuns human magic and a very human Zeki. He knows he's in for a struggle, but a part of him has always belonged in the mountain town, or rather belonged to Theo Greenleaf. Years away at school haven't lessened Zeki's crush on the quiet werewolf. When town gossip informs him Theo still suffers from his mate's rejection and does not date, it does little to ease Zeki's embarrassing feelings. He decides now's the time to get the man he's always wanted.
Werewolves usually don't recover from losing their mates, and Theo barely pulled through by focusing on his love of baking. It's a daily struggle, and Zeki's return to Wolf's Paw shatters his peace. Theo doesn't know what to think when Zeki attempts to woo him, talking about his wizarding business and settling in town for good. It's like Zeki doesn't have a clue how his words years before left Theo a shell of a werewolf.
Beginners in love, Theo and Zeki must seduce each other with a bit of heavenly baking and magic.

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Lovely heartwarming Beings tale

Would you consider the audio edition of A Beginner's Guide to Wooing Your Mate to be better than the print version?

I tend to purchase the audiobooks of print books I own so I can enjoy the story when I can't read it - so I loved the tale, but in this case preferred the print book.


What was one of the most memorable moments of A Beginner's Guide to Wooing Your Mate?

I had a few issues with the narration, but I adored Zeki and Theo and they felt warm and inviting to listen to. I loved the interactions between them in the coffee shop when Zeki was tasting Theo's baking.


What do you think the narrator could have done better?

My main issue was the pacing of narration - there were many instances where it sounded like the narrator had finished a sentence, and then suddenly realised there was more to say and just kept talking - it had the effect of making the audio sound stilted in places and it was hard to follow.

That said, the narrator has a lovely tone of voice and listening to Zeki and Theo was like being wrapped up in a warm blanket on a rainy day.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I was happy to listen to it in parts, but only because I knew the story and this was essentially a reread for me.


Any additional comments?

The book is a great instalment in the Beings in Love series and is a great addition to my audio library.

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- Becky L

Book Details

  • Release Date: 20-10-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC