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She thought she could run from her mate. Then he lassoed her.
Riley decided years ago that she would be better off on her own, but when the alpha of the local pack finds out there’s a lone wolf causing trouble on his turf he takes matters into his own hands.
As far as Cameron Nichols is concerned, Riley will be joining his pack whether she likes it or not. Her only choice will be whether to submit to his authority with or without needing to be stripped bare and spanked over his knee until she is kicking and crying and promising obedience. When she chooses the latter, the Navy SEAL turned cowboy is more than happy to oblige.
But Cameron knows instantly that Riley isn’t just a feisty female in need of an alpha’s firm hand. She is his mate, and she knows it too, despite her best efforts to deny it. No matter how many times she tries to run, he will always chase her down, punish her thoroughly, and then mount and claim her so roughly that all she can do is scream her helpless, shamefully intense pleasure into the pillow as her body betrays her and surrenders ever more completely to his demands.
Salli 5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful heroine Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2020 I have loved the Wayward Mates series and have reread all of the previous books in the series. Delta James is one of my favorite romance authors and no one does shifter romance better. I especially liked Hunted and Claimed because of Riley, arguably the strongest of the many strong heroines in this series. I also liked the hero’s appreciation of Riley’s strengths and his persistence in pursuing her. The books may be standalone, but are best read in order. I highly recommend this series.
Marybeth 5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing! Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2019 Verified Purchase First of all, let me tell you that I love this series! The women are so strong and the men are wonderful overprotective asses! 😁 Riley and Cam are no different. Riley has run from her pack so that she can have her own life. She spends time with Bae Diogel and Skylar before they are disbanded. Riley rescues the women that are being stolen and abused by the clans that don't have mates. She is found by Cam and he realizes that she is his fated mate. Riley doesn't disagree, she just doesn't want to be mated. She wants to continue her mission. She escapes before he is able to mate her and that is the start of their game of cat and mouse. I loved this story, as I have loved all the stories in this series. I rejoice with the women when they defy their men, who are overprotective and overbearing. But, I still like them. I can't wait for the final book to come out! I give this book 5 stars. I would give more if I could!
CChase 5.0 out of 5 stars Riley & Cameron amazing love story. Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2019 Verified Purchase Loved Riley and Cameron, amazing chemistry together. Fated to be mated. But only thing is Riley didn't want to be Mated. Cameron was determined that Riley was his mate. Will not let her go. Well hence s for a surprise of hide and seek. Will he be able to catch up to her. Specially when the other mates help her with her mission of getting the women that being changed, kidnapped. Do you think he will catch up with her? If or when he does will she go willingly? Ya have to read see what happens if Can does catch up, with Riley. Amazing love story also much more. So enjoyed reading this book and the others before it.
Judith D. Woronka 4.0 out of 5 stars Good Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2020 Verified Purchase This is my first book in this series and I know starting 7 books in is stupid but I did it ,it does make me want to read the series. as for this book I Loved the hero the heroine I just wanted to hit upside the head always always thinking only she could do everything the elusiveness of avoiding her mate was dragged on far to long that I almost stopped reading quite a few times but the premise of the story was to good to stop