Title: Wanting Jordie
Series: Darkfall Mountain Pack, #7
Author: Fel Fern
Length: 65 pages
Publisher: Siren/Bookstrand Publishing (April 7, 2016)
Heat Rating: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Forced to return to his hometown after not being able to find a job in the city, things go from bad to worse for new graduate Jordie Simmons. Jordie survived a car accident, but a broken leg becomes the least of his worries. His brother’s best friend Matt is trouble with a capital T. The fact Matt is a werewolf and a member of the Darkfall Mountain Pack doesn’t scare Jordie as much as the way his body reacts to Matt. Jordie is afraid once Matt has his way with him, Jordie will only beg for more.
A werewolf has better things to do on a Friday night than baby sit his best friend’s brother. Matt has known Jordie all his life, but Matt doesn’t recognize the gorgeous scowling young man. Matt’s wolf knows Jordie is his mate. He has always kept his distance, knowing he’ll lose his best friend, but Matt is done waiting. Jordie will be his, no matter the cost.
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/book/wanting-jordie
Review: Each book in the Darkfall Mountain Pack collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Jordie is forced to come home when he couldn’t find a job. Now he is basically being babysat by a pushy wolf shifter who is also his brother’s best friend. He has always wanted him but he didn’t know if he could stop with just one time. What he doesn’t know is he is Matt’s mate. Matt has kept his distance from his mate for too long and now it is time to fix that.
I enjoyed this more than the first six books. I think it was more feisty then the others. I got a kick out of Jordie though. It has a touch of a serious tone to it but damn does it have some funny parts in it. It gave me almost everything I could want but I wanted more.
I had fun reading this and look forward to reading the next story.
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