My review for Cole’s Salvation by Elisa Leigh

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Blurb: Cole is the oldest of his siblings and is their clan’s alpha, since the death of his father. He gave up long ago thinking he would ever find his mate.

For months he’s been restless, on the verge of coming unglued. When his sister sets him up on a blind date, he almost loses it. She should know he’d only ever date his mate. When his sister refuses to cancel the date, he goes to let her down gently only to find that his mate is waiting for him.

Follow the Major family, a group of black bear shifters living in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Dealing with the death of their father and hiding their shifting abilities from the small town they’re from is nothing compared to the moment they meet their mates and claim them as theirs.

These are safe, interconnected novellas, guaranteed happily ever afters, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you glued to your Kindle.

May be spoilers:

This is the 1st in the Black Hills Shifters series. This has 10 chapters and an epilogue. It’s about Cole and Aubree.

Cole and his family lost his father a few months ago and now he is Alpha. He’s been wanting his mate, but doubts he will ever find her, until his sister plays matchmaker.

I think they are both virgins as Cole doesn’t even want to go on a date with anyone other than his mate. Everything moves super fast. When they first meet, he knows she’s his mate, but she’s human. She feels the connection also.

He gets a little jealous over her texting and she doesn’t speak to him for a week. So that’s the only time they are separated. He finally tells her everything and they mate. Couple of steamy scenes.

His father was killed by wolves and they are back, and I’m guessing that storyline will continue into the next. It was a good story, but not a favorite. Epilogue has them married with 4 girls, a boy and pregnant. Good read. I give it 4 stars. Thanks for reading. Hope you check it out. You can get the book here: Cole’s Salvation (Black Hills Shifters Book 1)

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