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Grayslake: More Than Mated, Book 5
Narrated by: Kendall Taylor
Series: Grayslake: More Than Mated, Book 5
Length: 6 hrs and 30 mins
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Summary

Werewolf Reid Bennett has one goal: investigate the Brookfield clan's Itan. Reports are coming in that the male is abusing his werebears and - even if he's a werewolf - Reid will put a stop to it. Unfortunately, the resolution ends up being permanent, and now Reid's the clan's leader.

The only positive about his new situation: curvy werebear Evelyn Archer. She makes his wolf howl, and he aches to explore every inch of her lush frame. He's the clan's leader, and he knows exactly where he'd like to lead Evelyn - his bedroom.

Evelyn doesn't know what to do with Reid. Sure, he's the sexy wolf her werebear wants to nibble and claim, but she has bigger issues to deal with. Such as the fallout of her father's death...at Reid's claws. Okay, maybe she can take a break for one little lick....

They both have plans for the Brookfield clan and each other. Except there's a small problem - someone wants them dead. Nothing new for Reid, but a threat against Evelyn is unacceptable. When it comes to Evelyn, he'll break all the rules to keep her safe, including dusting off his homicidal tendencies again.

Bonus content: This audiobook includes the short story "Sunday Bear-becue".

©2015, 2016 Celia Kyle (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Jasmine
  • 24-10-17

Love this series

Keep them coming, can't wait for the next book. What awaits us next? Great. Great

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  • Romance junkie
  • 01-05-20

Reid the psycho wolf and his bear

Reid is in therapy (got to laugh at that) and is trying to fit into bear society. He is sent to a clan where a call was received indicating trouble. Sure enough brother running the clan abuse doing and being as abusing as possible
Evelyn, recently returned to the clan made the call and is paying the price for doing so
Reid’s conversation in his head are so entertaining and so is his change. Narration was great
There is a short story towards the end where we get a little taste of the brothers and their mates and children. Lots of fun

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  • MindyLou
  • 21-02-20

Sad to see it end but it was a great ending!

I enjoyed listening to Reid's story, getting a look behind the curtain so-to-speak. When I first met Reid Bennett I disliked him with a passion. He seemed like a cruel, evil man. Don't get me wrong, I love a good man with a tortured soul as much as the next girl, but Reid just didn't seem to have any redeeming qualities. Now, though, he has shown that he has many different sides to him, and the qualities that I once hated about him, I now understand. All of this is due to his affection and bond with Evelyn. This story was interesting for many reasons, one being that a wolf shifter was made the leader of a clan of bears. He came in like Dirty Harry and cleaned house, getting rid of the evil presences that were destroying the lives of the clan members. I think he and Evie still have a lot of work to do before everything will be settled, but this story was a good start. Well done to the author for another job well done.

Bonus Story; Sunday Bear-becue;
This story was short but packed a punch. I went from happy, to sad, to hot, to OMG NO, to WTF, to overwhelming joy and ending on a laugh. The author did a phenomenal job packing so much into so little. Well done. I'm sad to see the end of the series, but I look forward to seeing what else the author has.