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Tuesday, December 24

Review: Testing Fate by Belinda Boring

Title: Testing Fate
By: Belinda Boring
Series: Mystic Wolves #3
My Copy: Ebook for Review
BookWhisperer Rating:

Nothing burns as bright as the flames of the refiner’s fire.

Moments after hearing the Council sentence her enemy to life imprisonment for attempted murder and illegal use of magic, Darcy is whisked away by the Fates—accused of tampering with destiny. The cherished dream she shared with Mason has been called into question, placing doubt about whether they are actually true mates. To resolve it, a price must be paid—the Heart or Death—a grueling series of tests designed to reveal a person’s worth.

The stakes are high and Darcy finds herself facing the unknown in conditions that leave her more vulnerable than she’s ever been. Separated from Mason and her Pack, with Devlin as her only companion, she is pushed to her very limits. She must succeed—or lose everything. 

Will she crumble under the pressure or emerge stronger for testing fate?

FINALLY!!!!!! Finally we are getting somewhere. After the turmoil that have been a never ending roller coaster over the past two books we are finally making some headway. Mason and Darcy will sell the deal here not only with a wedding, but proving that even without the assistance of supernatural powers they are soul mates and fated to be together. I love Mason and Darcy. Darcy is courageous and daring heroine. I was exceptionally pleased to she her taking her rightful place as a powerful alpha's mate in this book. No more meek and mild Darcy, but rather a calm partner until provoked. This was a nice change. Mason on the other hand is the same amazingly hunky alpha that he has always been. Although, it was nice to see the Jasmine issue resolved. No longer hiding, and dealt with so that it will no longer hinder their future. As always the Mystic Wolves installments are never very long, but it is always well worth the time reading. I love this series, a wonderful addition to werewolf genre to say the least. It looks like I still have one more before I am caught up with this series, so be on the lookout for that review to come. 

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