Review: A Mate for Christmas (Moon Shifter #7) by Katie Reus

Posted on Monday, December 5, 2016 9:48 PM
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Title: A Mate for Christmas
Author: Katie Reus
Series: Moon Shifter #7

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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It will take a miracle to survive the holidays...
After recently losing her parents, packmates and a sister, Noel Cordona isn’t even close to being in the holiday spirit. It seems that everyone around her is moving on and happy, but she can’t seem to get it together. When an unexpected kiss changes everything she thought she knew about her packmate Nathan O’Neill, she feels alive for the first time in a year. She’s too broken for him though. At least that’s what she tries to tell them both.

But Nathan’s been waiting patiently for Noel. He’s not going to lose faith now. With a little holiday magic, he can help her overcome the weight of her grief and show her that opening her heart to him is the best Christmas gift he could ever give her.
Just in time for Christmas!

A mate for Christmas is a sweet novella which tells the story of Noel and Nathan but also visits our favorite couples of the series.

Noel is still trying to get over her sister’s death. Her other sisters have the support of their mates and Noel feels alone and lost. Nathan knows that Noel is struggling to deal with the loss of her parents and sister but he has no idea how to help her. He once tried to stand by her side only to be rejected. Or so he thought!

I loved this novella. We got to see how the pack was preparing to spend their holidays. We got at least one scene with every couple and as always, I especially enjoyed Lucas and Vivian’s scenes! They are just soooo adorable! I’m also glad to see the pack so relaxed, bonded and happy to enjoy such a special time.

A truly awesome Christmas surprise!

*ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review* 
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