Romance Book Review: Mated to a Cajun Werewolf

Author: Selena Blake
Series Connection: Stormy Weather Book 4
ISBN: 978-1-60088-427-6
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Shape-shifter/ Paranormal
Publisher: Cobblestone Press

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Over two hundred years ago, Andre and Juliette were a young, mated and torn apart by a tragedy. A chance meeting in a busy airport during a hurricane bring the two back together.

Juliette has come back to America to take care of her family estate and find out who killed her pack a year ago. She runs into the only man she could ever love, but he is the last person she wants to see. Andre is the same arrogant man he was two hundred years before. He pushes Juliette to let him help get her home before a hurricane hits. (Which the author calls Hurricane Love.) But Juliette knows her acceptance will change her life forever.

When Juliette left him two hundred years ago accusing Andre of murdering her brother, he was left heartbroken. He felt betrayed that his mate would choose her family over him. Now her family is gone and she is all alone with no one to take care of her, and Andre can't leave her alone, because although she was the last person he wanted to see, she will always be his mate and the only one who can bring him happiness.

This book is part of a series, but it isn't necessary to read the rest of the books to read this interesting novella. The story centers pretty much around Juliette and Andre and their past and how it affects their future together.

Description:
Torn apart…

The Deverauxs and Vassars have been fighting for hundreds of years, but somehow Andre and Juliette fell in love. More than that, they’re mates. Destined to be together for eternity until betrayal tore them apart.

Together again…

When business sends Andre Deveraux to Savannah he comes face to face with Juliette for the first time in sixty five years. Their crash course renews old memories and desires. With Juliette stranded and the hurricane of the century roaring to shore, Andre has no choice by to offer her a lift.

He’s in for the ride of his life.

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