Book Review: Harmony For My Mate (Sanctuary for My Mate #2), Terri A. Wilson

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By: Terri A. Wilson

Published: October 23rd 2018

Length: 157 pages

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Synopsis:

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.

Review:

What happens when you have two shifter stuck in one body? In an essence you now have two souls that will either learn to work together or kill each other. Now what happens when each of your animal wants to claim a different mate?

Well that is where Harmony for my mate comes into play. In a unique and twisted format our Alpha male Cameron was born a falcon shifter but after being attacked by a bear shifter now has both animals living within him.

I must say that I was a tad thrown off by the progression of this novel. While I enjoyed the conversation and dynamics between our cast, the pace and abundance of people at time (mainly the first 10-15%) seemed muddled and at times hard to follow.

Once again the delivery of setting was superbly executed making the vision come alive inside my mid. I also think Wilson did an exceptional job at handling the task of creating a dynamic relationship that doesn’t necessarily cater to my taste.

While this is an out of the normal reading for me I could see myself easily swept away in more romance with multi shifting relationship.

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