Wednesday, January 18, 2017

A Beginner's Guide to Wooing Your Mate by R. Cooper

Publisher Date published ISBN Genre Book format (E-book? Mass Market
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: October 20, 2016
Urban Fantasy, Werewolves
Audio book
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts


When Zeki returns to his hometown he never guessed what he was walking into.  Always the odd human out Zeki does not recall his high school days fondly. The only thing from high school that he cares to remember is Theo: the wolf he had a crush on. Upon his return he finds out the Theo’s mate rejected him and since than Theo has led a lonely life. Zeki is determined to help Theo and even if he is just passing through. The years away have not diminished Zeki’s attraction to Theo and Zeki is about to find out just what truly happened all those years ago in high school. Will the truth come out and will it finally fix what went wrong or is there no going back for these two?

I really enjoyed this book. Robert Nieman does a wonderful job of narrating Theo and Zeki’s story. Their adventure is full of emotions. Zeki is a human and even though he grew up in a werewolf town he still has no clue about all the rules surrounding mates and dating. It was nice to see Zeki and Theo work through it all. Theo never blames Zeki and is more than willing to try again. I loved both Zeki and Theo. The feelings that they have for each other are evident in all that they do and say. Especially as they defend each other to other people even before they come together. The two make a great couple. Each one is always ready to understand and give the other what he needs. I cannot wait to see what more comes from these two once everything is all settled.

Their story moves at a nice pace and pulls you in right from the start. Not only was I engaged in Zeki and Theo’s story but I also found myself wanting to know about many of the other inhabitants of the town. The narrative brought this story to life for me and I enjoyed this visit and am excited to return again.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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