Galen’s Lovely Mate by R.E Butler [Saber Chronicles 4]

T photo butler-lovley-mate.jpgitle: Galen’s Lovely Mate
Series: Saber Chronicles Book 4
Author: R.E Butler

Genre: Paranormal Romance

BlurbGalen Carmichael is officially in hell. His two brothers and sister are all mated, but he’s still painfully single. As a saber-tooth tiger shifter, he’s been having mating dreams for the last week, but he can’t make any sense out of the fuzzy pink and gold dreams.

Fairy Serena Fontaine has been away from the Belle Terra Supernatural Hotel for a week when she has a dream urging her to return to town. As she draws close to the arena where the were-fights are being held, she has a vision of a saber-tooth tiger and passes out. She wakes up in the arms of her truemate, a gorgeous saber shifter.

Thoughts: Her books are always a great read, very much enjoy them but the Saber Chronicles feel weak to me. If you do not mind very little plot and lots of romance then this series is the one for you. Would have liked some more uph to it, maybe even a flash forward as where the novel ended felt lackluster. I hope to see some more about the people lightly touched in Saber Chronicles, like maybe the warlock, the human who works with Serena? Surprised in this there was no Saber shifting as she never once asked to see his shifted form. Can not wait for another book by her to come out though! Keep it up R.E Butler!

Right now I have not found any good paranormal book to throw my thoughts on, as I have been waiting with baited breath for a few new paranormal romance books to come out/read by R.E Butler, T S Joyce, Sara Humphreys and a few others. So for right now there will be mostly the normal romance ones.

Rate: 3

Similar Titles/Series to look into:

The Tales of the Were [and all ones related series] by Bianca D’Arc

Dead in the City series by Sara Humphreys

Granite Lake Wolves by Vivian Arend

Anything by Crissy Smith

Fire bears series / Grey Back bears series / Saw bears series by T S Joyce

Alpha Guardians by Vivian Wood

Music of the day:

Sunshine and Whiskey by Frankie Ballard

Don’t get paid for this review, just me being a bookworm who loves to read


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