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Review: Touch the Sky (Mated by Fate Book 2) by Kari Cole



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Keep to yourself. Focus on the job.

Sheriff Vaughn Ellis’s very existence as a rare double-shifter defies the natural order. It also makes it extremely difficult for him to get close to anyone. To trust anyone. It’s nothing Vaughn can’t handle, until a seductively sweet woman arrives in Black Robe, and suddenly he can’t think about anything but her.

The product of a witch/werewolf pairing, Hannah Cochran gets the odd-wolf-out thing. But when she uncovers a major threat to the lycanthrope world, she finds herself playing nice with the sexy sheriff. Abiding by the law isn’t usually Hannah’s style, but nothing catches her breath quite like the commanding attraction she feels toward Vaughn.

Working closely together only intensifies their fated connection, making it impossible to deny—or resist. Hannah fears that getting involved puts Vaughn in danger. But when she becomes the target, it’s Vaughn who’ll have to decide which rules he’s willing to break to save the woman he can’t live without.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Hannah is on the run and ends up at her aunt’s house.  She needs to get a handle on her ability.  You aren’t quite sure what’s going on at first.  The opening scene of the book is chocking but doesn’t give much information.  So, you learn bits and pieces as the story evolves.
Vaughn is the sheriff of the town Hannah ends ups in.  He has his own battle brewing.  I like the idea he is part wolf and part eagle.  It completely affects how people view him.
Hannah shows up in town and things get crazy.  These sick shifters are confronting the people of the town then throw in the running of the packs that are visiting.  Sheriff Vaughn has his hands full.  The attraction between Hannah and Vaughn is pretty instant.  You know Vaughn’s world is going to be shaken.  Hannah is lying about who she really is.
Then a secret lab is thrown in that is doing experiments on shifters.  As I read this, I was constantly questioning who was really helping Hannah and who was behind the experiments.  Of course, there are questions about who the shifters are in the lab. It will be interesting to see where the author goes from there.

I liked the ending in both perspectives.  Hannah and Vaughn figure things out about the lab.   The scientists need to relocate and move the subjects.  I like what happens.  It really sets things up for the next book.  It is going to be exciting I’m sure.  I give this book a 4 out of 5.





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