Mating Rights

Mating Rights By pack law all unmated females must attend the Moonlight Festival for mating rights Mali harbors a secret kept hidden her entire life She s lived in hiding never knowing the companionship of the wo

  • Title: Mating Rights
  • Author: Jaide Fox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • By pack law, all unmated females must attend the Moonlight Festival for mating rights Mali harbors a secret kept hidden her entire life She s lived in hiding, never knowing the companionship of the wolf pack Never dreaming of having a family of her own If she s discovered, there s a chance she may not survive pack punishment for her deception The feverish heat hits heBy pack law, all unmated females must attend the Moonlight Festival for mating rights Mali harbors a secret kept hidden her entire life She s lived in hiding, never knowing the companionship of the wolf pack Never dreaming of having a family of her own If she s discovered, there s a chance she may not survive pack punishment for her deception The feverish heat hits her hard when Jaxon barges into her life and takes her unwillingly to the festival He s scarred, bitter, and the only man she can trust to assuage the debilitating urge to mate.

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    • Tracey says:

      In Mating Rights (Mating Heat #1), author Jaide Fox, gives us a different spin on wolves claiming a mate. Jaxon, a trusted wolf to the Alpha and other are going around securing females for the Moonlight Festival (a festival where unmated female wolves are brought to select a mate.) We meet Mali and her family, they have kept Mali hidden from those who would round up the maidens for the festival. Mali is caught by Jaxon and taken away to participate in the festival. On the first night of the fest [...]

    • Sanyetta says:

      Loved it

    • Laverne Brewster says:

      A partial shift is okay.3.75 stars. The story is well written in that the storyline flows well and has interesting characters; but the author failed to give a definitive setting of the story or the ages of the characters. Mali's parents have kept her cloistered away on a farm not allowing any contact with a wolf shifter clan. She is going into her first mating heat when Jaxon takes her along with other young woman to his clan's festival where they will choose mates. Mali seduces Jaxon and they u [...]

    • Amanda Gard says:

      This story started off relatively fast paced, although I felt more background could have been provided. I know she had her reasons, but Mali was annoying, and rude most of the time. I really liked Jaxon and fully understood where he was coming from. The story all around needed more depth, especially when it comes to world details and the H and h's feelings for each other. I agree with other reviews that the ending felt rushed, although it wasn't completely unsatisfying.

    • Tony says:

      Mali and Jaxon are both interesting characters and I think a lot more could have been told regarding them. The last sentence of the story didn't ring true, so wasn't the best ending. Overall, a good story with characters that could easily be revisited in new stories.

    • Meka says:

      Not BadJust finished. It was an enjoyable read. I just wish it was a little longer. I look forward to reading future books from this author

    • Icy says:

      This started out as a wonderful book. I stayed up way to late reading it. The end just blah. It felt as if the author ran out of time. This was just okay. I wish there was more.

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