Taking His Mate (Book 4)

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She is his to protect, whether she likes it or not.

Years ago, Madeline Stone was attacked by a rogue band of wolves. Now they are hunting her again, but to get to her, they’ll have to go through Griffen Owen. The ex-Special Forces operative is the rightful alpha of his pack, and the moment he sets eyes on Madeline he knows the beautiful, feisty human is his mate. But to keep her safe, he will need to teach her to obey.

Doing as she is told doesn’t come easily to Madeline, and it isn’t long before she finds herself naked, helpless, and tearfully promising to be good as her bare bottom is soundly spanked. Her mate’s mastery of her body is put on full display as Madeline is brought to a quivering, shameful climax while still over his knee, and soon she is begging to be taken hard and thoroughly.

Madeline’s need for Griffen only grows stronger as she is marked and claimed, and his savage lovemaking leaves her in no doubt that she belongs to him. But with war brewing between the packs, can Griffen protect his mate from both their enemies and her own headstrong defiance?

Publisher’s Note: Taking His Mate is a stand-alone novel which is the fourth entry in the Wayward Mates series. It includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this audiobook.

2 reviews for Taking His Mate (Book 4)

  1. Debra Anne Boulier

    Love this audiobook. This is a story about Madeline Stone in Griffin Owens She does not want to be mated And a Rouge pack of wolves are hunting for her. Griffin ex special forces know she’s his mate is there to protect her. Dominate man and feisty woman. JT Farrell was good.

  2. Vicki

    Rogue wolves tried to capture Maddie previously but an alpha sent his wolves to watch her. So when the rogues tried to capture her again, most of them were killed and Maddie was taken with them to the protection of the alpha. At the alpha’s house, she meets Griffen. Maddie is the strong woman, but Griffen handles that. I enjoyed this book as much as the previous one except that I liked Griffen a bit more than Oliver Halsey. The rogues in Europe are horrible—capturing humans to breed with them, then auction them off. Luckily, things were handled by Griffen et al but I don’t think it is the end of the rogues in Europe coming to the US. They are a dangerous lot. Griffen does all he can to protect his mate and she goes against him at every turn. She is not one to obey. Of course, being the alpha that he is, you can imagine what happens to her. Characters from the other books make an appearance. I found this book thoroughly enjoyable and am looking forward to the next books in the series. JT Farrell did an outstanding job with the narration.

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