Summary

Werewolves, facing the threat of extinction, desperately seek their mates to bear young. Aurora, a human far removed from the supernatural world, is nearing her own end after being fatally injured in a car accident. Kai, an alpha werewolf, lurks in the nearby trees watching her bleed out. He chooses to save her the only way he knows how, by changing her. Aurora struggles with her past as a domestic abuse survivor and the new dominating and violent lifestyle of a werewolf. No one is prepared for what happens next. The tides turn in favor of the werewolves. The Matefinder has been found, and she is more powerful than anybody ever imagined. But is she prepared to be the most hunted werewolf in history?
Note: The Matefinder series has been optioned for film.
©2014 Leia Stone (P)2015 Leia Stone
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2 out of 5 stars
By amanda on 09-03-18

Underwhelming

The storyline was ok. Wasn’t too keen on the narration. I found it annoying more than anything.

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1 out of 5 stars
By julie on 11-03-17

Good book

Good book but audible did not it kept missing pages so couldn't listen I had to read it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Brandy Blackerby on 29-01-17

GREAT START TO A SERIES!!!

GREAT START TO A SERIES I can't wait for the next book!! The Narrator did a good job after the 4th chapter! it kept going from super loud to super quiet at first but after the 4th chapter it stopped!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Camilla on 14-02-18

Everything plus the kitchen sink

Holy moly what is going on with this story? It’s like sprinting a quadrathlon on a jet pack while listening to a guide to morality.
I couldn’t finish it. I spent most of my time eye rolling as the main female character continued to be revealed to be one amazing thing after the other, I lost track of all the ways the author made her special. The character didn’t earn any of these talents but seemed to be chosen as the epicentre of the supernatural universe! It was so exasperating.
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The girl is the most rare thing on earth...cue the eye roll...
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First she’s special because she survived the change, then she’s second in command, then she’s the alpha’s mate, then she’s immune to silver, then she’s a matefinder, then she finds out she’s adopted and is actually the rare product of a werewolf/witch hybrid, then she’s a future seer, she’s a lethal wolf who beheads super fast, then she can save the werewolf species and then she apparently can make female vampires fertile....I mean are you serious?!!! And the entire time she’s cool with it all. Like, yup..ok, I’m a werewolf, yup ok I’m a badass, ok cool I’m part witch, ohhhh did you say I am a seer too, cool. Wtf?!
The book moves so fast and with such forced empty action that it has zero substance.
The writing is poor. A half decent editor would have helped a lot with word repetition, sentence structure and dialogue. It was so stiff.
I also don’t need to be reminded every few minutes that she’s a vegetarian and that it makes her special. I don’t eat meat but I don’t think just because my friends do that somehow killing a person is easier for them, which is what the character implies.
Ugh I’m so done with this book and it’s nonsense. There is no heat, no drama, no significant character development, it’s all superficial and forgettable.

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