Mating Games

Mating Games Claiming your mate Best Game Ever The WallflowerEmma s loved Max for years but to him she was invisible Now she s in business and out of her shell Max returns home to become the Halle Pride s Alpha

  • Title: Mating Games
  • Author: Dana Marie Bell
  • ISBN: 9781605047652
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Claiming your mate Best Game Ever.The WallflowerEmma s loved Max for years, but to him she was invisible Now she s in business and out of her shell Max returns home to become the Halle Pride s Alpha, and he finds Emma has blossomed into his mate Taking her out for a bite ensures she ll be his But first she must convince the Pride she has what it takes Sweet DreamsGClaiming your mate Best Game Ever.The WallflowerEmma s loved Max for years, but to him she was invisible Now she s in business and out of her shell Max returns home to become the Halle Pride s Alpha, and he finds Emma has blossomed into his mate Taking her out for a bite ensures she ll be his But first she must convince the Pride she has what it takes Sweet DreamsGetting attacked by some she devil wasn t part of Becky s plans when she agreed to attend a masquerade In a few slashing moments, she learns things about the man she loves that she never suspected When Simon rescues Becky from one of his Pride, he finally confirms that she s his mate Carrying her off gives him the chance to mark her as his But a strange illness threatens to turn their sweet dreams into a nightmare Cat of a Different ColorAdrian has friends, a thriving business, and the occasional Saturday night date Life is good Until Sheri hits town Sheri knows Adrian is her mate, but she s running from an ex who s got the teeth to take whatever he wants With Adrian by her side, though, she might just survive if he doesn t become lunch Warning This title contains a hot blond Alpha, his tall, dark and handsome Beta, and a Puma willing to do whatever it takes to protect his mate.

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    About “Dana Marie Bell

    • Dana Marie Bell

      Dana Marie Bell wrote her first short story when she was thirteen years old She attended the High School for Creative and Performing Arts for creative writing, where freedom of expression was the order of the day When her parents moved out of the city and placed her in a Catholic high school for her senior year she tried desperately to get away, but the nuns held fast, and she graduated with honors despite herself.Dana has lived primarily in the Northeast Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, to be precise , with a brief stint on the US Virgin Island of St Croix She lives with her soul mate and husband Dusty, their two maniacal children, an evil ice cream stealing cat and a bull terrier that thinks it s a Pekinese.You can learn about Dana at danamariebelldanamariebell



    380 thoughts on “Mating Games

    • Total rating of the book -------> 2.5 STARSBook 1 2 starsThe first one was good. Really entertaining but nothing I would have dye if I had not read it. It took the paranormal romance we are use to and turn it into some weird comedy. I had some laughs but mostly I was thinking, WTF? I love my paranormal, so to read books that don't take it serious sometimes is a bit annoying for me. But it did have some great scenes, for example when the heroine realizes the hero is a shape shifter she doesn't [...]


    • Collection of the first three Halle Shifter stories. The Wallflower- Emma has always had a crush on Max but thinks he doesn't find her attractive at all. Max wants Emma as his mate. This story was world building, character introduction and yet managed to be steamy and sweet. Sweet Dreams- This is the logical next step in the series as these characters were introduced in the first story and hinted at. Becca badly wants Simon but keeps him at a distance. He decides to push the issue, the result is [...]


    • Full disclosure: I met this author, Dana Marie Bell, at AAD 2011 and she told me about a bunch of her books. She recommended I start with this one.For those who enjoy shifter romance books and short stories, this is a great one. I enjoyed the different personalities of the characters and the interplay between the three stories in the book. Her descriptions of people and places made me really able to "see" it without bogging down the story. I'll definitely be picking up the next book in the serie [...]


    • It has been a little while since I read this book but here is what I recallI love the series!! Yummy romance involving shifters. Plenty of steamy action and a touch of humor!Definitely a series to get into! I started it and didn't stop until I reached the last book that was released! I am always looking for the next book!If you like steamy shifter romances this is a series to look into!!!!


    • The Wallflower-- Sweet Dreams-- Cat of a Different ColorThree stories in one. I've been putting off reading this series since I'm reading through several already. So I was pleasantly surprised to find this at #ACPL: new pretty book, Dana bell, and peanut M&M's. I couldn't resist. It is a good way to spend a little time in a cozy corner. #ILoveNewBooks


    • I loved reading this. I loved that it was all about the characters, there was no need to impress the reader by going overboard or into too much detail. It had its sweet moments and it had the girl catfight moments :P I would definitely recommend this to those that have a love of shifters.


    • The Wallflower, Sweet Dreams, and Cat of a Different Color: three stories introduce the alpa, beta, and Marshall of the Halle Pride. The interlocking stories of the couples are arranged so you see how they work together and keep the story moving. Ready for #4 Steel Beauty.


    • Very short story, but pretty good. Emma took the whole werecat/shifter thing WAY too easily, but her chemistry with Max was great.



    • Read the first story Wallflowers. 1 star just not enough to it.o fast,the jokes not funny.Bad knock off to Shelly Laurenson,who I love




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