À At Sixes and Sevens (Fur, Fangs, and Felines, #4) È Download by Ð M.A. Church

À At Sixes and Sevens (Fur, Fangs, and Felines, #4) È Download by Ð M.A. Church Definitely one of my favorites in the series Loved the characters, the differences between cat and wolf shifters, and I loved that Aidric and Carter took some time to get to know each other and make sure they wanted to be mates before acting on it Also enjoyed the pack issues and dynamics with this one, hope to read another book in this series in the future And the animal lover in me loved when either of them were playing around in their animal forms, and playing together Aidric had a if I fits, I sits moment in a box that was adorable.
I waited with much anticipation for this book, after the two main characters, Aidric the werecat from Dolf s clowder and one of his betas, and Carter, the alpha werewolf from the Dark Lake Pack, felt the mating bond in the previous book, when he came to the clowder lands to address an issue caused by his nephew with the Veela and his mate I just had to know how a love story between a dog and a cat would work out There s no insta love in this series, thankfully The mating bond, while presenting a strong pull and a desire to pursue that pull, does not mean instant HEA No, the weres in this series must overcome odds, danger, and potential pain to get their happy ending This applied to all the couples and the thruple from book 1 , and I m glad that the author didn t deviate from that point here either.
Obviously, with Carter being an Alpha, Aidric must fac I had such a good time reading this and I want to say this was adorable, because I really do think it was in a lot of parts but I also think that would give the wrong impression of the story.
At Sixes and Sevens is told from the dual POV of Aidric who is a beta in his clowder of cat shifters, and Carter who is the Alpha to his pack of werewolves At Sixes and Sevens picks up about a week after the end of It Takes Two to Tango where Aidric and Carter had both immediately recognized they are mates.
Carter is confused but pretty happy with the whole thing, because he has been been actively searching for sixty five years to find his mate, so even though it isn t quite how he thought it would be he is determined to claim Aidric My species believed the wolf god, Fenrir, created mates, and I d found mine It s not so easy for Aidric I thought the very real A Joyfully Jay review 3.
75 starsThis is the fourth book in the Fur, Fangs, and Felines series and Church does a pretty good job of letting it stand on it s own The backstory is filled in at all the strategic places, and it almost works But I think this is a series best read in order to get the full affect I ve been reading along since the beginning, and while I was definitely interested in this story and wanted to see what happened, I also came away with mixed feelings.
I really enjoy the world the author has built, and it s populated with a lot of interesting characters The great thing about a series like this is getting to know MCs a little before we get to their story, and getting to check in with previous couples or t Definitely one of my favorites in the series Loved the characters, the differences between cat and wolf shifters, and I loved that Aidric and Carter took some time to get to know each other and make sure they wanted to be mates before acting on it Also enjoyed the pack issues and dynamics with this one, hope to read another book in this series in the future And the animal lover in me loved when either of them were playing around in their animal forms, and playing together Aidric had a if I fits, I sits moment in a box that was adorable.
I waited with much anticipation for this book, after the two main characters, Aidric the werecat from Dolf s clowder and one of his betas, and Carter, the alpha werewolf from the Dark Lake Pack, felt the mating bond in the previous book, when he came to the clowder lands to address an issue caused by his nephew with the Veela and his mate I just had to know how a love story between a dog and a cat would work out There s no insta love in this series, thankfully The mating bond, while presenting a strong pull and a desire to pursue that pull, does not mean instant HEA No, the weres in this series must overcome odds, danger, and potential pain to get their happy ending This applied to all the couples and the thruple from book 1 , and I m glad that the author didn t deviate from that point here either.
Obviously, with Carter being an Alpha, Aidric must fac I had such a good time reading this and I want to say this was adorable, because I really do think it was in a lot of parts but I also think that would give the wrong impression of the story.
At Sixes and Sevens is told from the dual POV of Aidric who is a beta in his clowder of cat shifters, and Carter who is the Alpha to his pack of werewolves At Sixes and Sevens picks up about a week after the end of It Takes Two to Tango where Aidric and Carter had both immediately recognized they are mates.
Carter is confused but pretty happy with the whole thing, because he has been been actively searching for sixty five years to find his mate, so even though it isn t quite how he thought it would be he is determined to claim Aidric My species believed the wolf god, Fenrir, created mates, and I d found mine It s not so easy for Aidric I thought the very real A Joyfully Jay review 3.
75 starsThis is the fourth book in the Fur, Fangs, and Felines series and Church does a pretty good job of letting it stand on it s own The backstory is filled in at all the strategic places, and it almost works But I think this is a series best read in order to get the full affect I ve been reading along since the beginning, and while I was definitely interested in this story and wanted to see what happened, I also came away with mixed feelings.
I really enjoy the world the author has built, and it s populated with a lot of interesting characters The great thing about a series like this is getting to know MCs a little before we get to their story, and getting to check in with previous couples or t Wow, what a truly incredible read I was so captivating that I stayed up late last night finishing his book This is the first book in this series I have read but it will not be the last that is for sure Adric is a werecat and the last thing that he ever wanted to be fated to mate a werewolf How is it possible that the goddess and gods would choose to put a cat and dog together That is what he keeps asking himself He is very skeptical about this mating but he has decided to at least get to know Carter better before he decides to go through with the mating To make matters worse Carter is an Alpha also.
Carter is not worried in the least about Adric being his fated mate He is actually happy about the person that was chosen for him Now he just has to show Adric that the Gods knew what they was doing.
The closer these t 4.
5 5 I was surprised by how much I liked this book, and I d really love to read the rest of the series.
Aidric is a werecat with strong ties to his clowder Meeting his mate was supposed to be the best and happiest day of his life, but running into Alpha Carter Lovelock felt like a curse than a blessing Despite his reservations, Aidric decides to humor his intended mate and visit his pack Being miles away from his family and friends, stuck in the company of someone he d rather not be tied to, Aidric learns that there s to life than what you might expect and there s to Carter than meets the eye I really enjoyed reading this book, despite not knowing anything about the characters or the rest of the series I ll admit to being a bad reader and jumping into this series on book 4 with no prior knowledge of characters or plot But it didn t Werecats Mating With Humans Was Bad Enough But An Alpha Werewolf Aidric S Life Takes An Unexpected Turn When He Meets Alpha Carter Lovelock Of The Dark Lake Pack Who Is Apparently His Mate Now Aidric Must Decide Whether To Accept The Mate The Goddess Chose, Or Deny Her Gift Because Cats And Dogs Just Don T MixCarter Is In A Pickle He Always Assumed His Mate Would Be A Female Werewolf How Else Is Carter Supposed To Carry On His Line And Retain Alphaship When Aidric Comes Into His Life, Carter S Ex, Sabrina, Isn T Giving Up Easily Her Brother, Delaney, Is A Thorn In Carter S Side, And Some Of The Other Werewolves Go Out Of Their Way To Make Aidric Feel Unwelcome, Including One Of His Deltas, EvanUnfortunately, What Little Headway They Make Is Destroyed During A Full Moon Hunt When Enemy Werewolves Attack Aidric And Threaten The Pack House Where The Dark Lake Pups Are Kept An Ambush That Could Have Devastating Consequences On Their FutureWerewolves Are Notoriously Insular, And Before Carter And Aidric Can Build The Life They Want With Each Other, They Ll Face A Fight For Acceptance 4 starsThis is my favourite of the series I liked the introduction of the were s and their society.
It was a good change of pace from the clowder This one held my attention the best out of the series so far, as I enjoyed the storyline.
Hope to see the pack in forthcoming books I love this series I love watching the cats play, and in this, wolves I really liked how the mating progressed and that, though it was very insta lust it wasn t insta love The only negative things I could say was tortoise shell cats are 99% female Males have an extra X chromosome XXY Also, Wolves don t bark If it wasn t for the totally accurate portrayal of cats playing, I would wonder on the authors knowledge of the animals That aside, I loved this story.
Rating 4.
5 starsI absolutely loved this book There is nothing I like than werecats and werewolves getting together Aidric and Carter were both wonderful MCs I thought the chemistry between the two was just phenomenal I really liked the other members of Carter s pack and I thought it good that we got some closure to Jack and Baylor s storyline I think some of my favorite parts are when Aidric and Carter are in their animal forms They were just adorable Also, the ending of this book really touched me I thought it beautiful.
I really hope the author continues this series I would love to read about not only Dolf and his clowder but also Carter and his pack I m pretty sure that the author is setting up Brier to be the next in line for his own story I will definitely be there for the ride



4.
5 5 I was surprised by how much I liked this book, and I d really love to read the rest of the series.
Aidric is a werecat with strong ties to his clowder Meeting his mate was supposed to be the best and happiest day of his life, but running into Alpha Carter Lovelock felt like a curse than a blessing Despite his reservations, Aidric decides to humor his intended mate and visit his pack Being miles away from his family and friends, stuck in the company of someone he d rather not be tied to, Aidric learns that there s to life than what you might expect and there s to Carter than meets the eye I really enjoyed reading this book, despite not knowing anything about the characters or the rest of the series I ll admit to being a bad reader and jumping into this series on book 4 with no prior knowledge of characters or plot But it didn t Wow, what a truly incredible read I was so captivating that I stayed up late last night finishing his book This is the first book in this series I have read but it will not be the last that is for sure Adric is a werecat and the last thing that he ever wanted to be fated to mate a werewolf How is it possible that the goddess and gods would choose to put a cat and dog together That is what he keeps asking himself He is very skeptical about this mating but he has decided to at least get to know Carter better before he decides to go through with the mating To make matters worse Carter is an Alpha also.
Carter is not worried in the least about Adric being his fated mate He is actually happy about the person that was chosen for him Now he just has to show Adric that the Gods knew what they was doing.
The closer these t 4 starsThis is my favourite of the series I liked the introduction of the were s and their society.
It was a good change of pace from the clowder This one held my attention the best out of the series so far, as I enjoyed the storyline.
Hope to see the pack in forthcoming books I love this series I love watching the cats play, and in this, wolves I really liked how the mating progressed and that, though it was very insta lust it wasn t insta love The only negative things I could say was tortoise shell cats are 99% female Males have an extra X chromosome XXY Also, Wolves don t bark If it wasn t for the totally accurate portrayal of cats playing, I would wonder on the authors knowledge of the animals That aside, I loved this story.
Rating 4.
5 starsI absolutely loved this book There is nothing I like than werecats and werewolves getting together Aidric and Carter were both wonderful MCs I thought the chemistry between the two was just phenomenal I really liked the other members of Carter s pack and I thought it good that we got some closure to Jack and Baylor s storyline I think some of my favorite parts are when Aidric and Carter are in their animal forms They were just adorable Also, the ending of this book really touched me I thought it beautiful.
I really hope the author continues this series I would love to read about not only Dolf and his clowder but also Carter and his pack I m pretty sure that the author is setting up Brier to be the next in line for his own story I will definitely be there for the ride

M.A. Church

À At Sixes and Sevens (Fur, Fangs, and Felines, #4) È Download by Ð M.A. Church M.A Church is a true Southern belle who spent many years in the elementary education sector Now she spends her days lost in fantasy worlds, arguing with hardheaded aliens on far off planets, herding her numerous shifters, or trying to tempt her country boys away from their fishing poles It s a full time job, but hey, someone s gotta do it When not writing, she s on the back porch tending to th