Friday, 26 February 2021

Review of The Tracker's Mate by Ingrid Seymour

 

I’m a kick-butt tracker. The best in the business.

Dead or alive, I find them. No one can hide from me, including people’s predestined mates. I can hook couples up better than Tinder. It’s my specialty.

A year ago, I opened my own agency, and now that I’m finally looking out for number one, my bank account has regained its lost confidence.

So when Jake Knight suddenly returns, determined to drag me back into the dangerous life I used to lead—the same one where ramen was a staple and I became homeless—I put my brand new Louis Vuitton boot down.

He can take his hot, werewolf self back to whatever hole he crawled from.

Sure, it sucks there’s a supernatural war brewing, and the werewolf I used to date has gone missing, but Jake won’t drag me back into that life. No way. He can fight crime all on his lonesome. I’m done with it.

Or at least that’s my goal until the attempts on my life begin, and I barely escape. Now, I have an ancient vampire on my tail, and a hot werewolf reawakening our troubled past, and I must fight not to lose myself again.

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My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because of the cover and blurb, I’ve never really been one for werewolves and vampires, but having dipped into the paranormal genre recently, I’ve found my tastes have changed. Toni is a breed of paranormal I’ve not read about before and I was hooked from the first chapter, the idea that she could track down a mate for someone, as well as find people who were lost intrigued me. The story was beautifully crafted, the world building perfect, and I was along for the ride. I ended up reading this super fast and adored the whole thing, and now I’m desperate for the second book. Definitely a series that I want to continue!

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