Friday, May 2, 2014

Title: Mate Or Not. You're Still A Jerk
Author: SimplyAWriter_D

Lux loved her new life with her pack, the pack she’d joined two years ago after meeting her pen pal --the alpha--who was always the person to treat her best. So imagine her surprise when she has to go back with her pack to the place she ran from, the people she ran from. Her old pack…The pack that hated her and gave her nothing but hell But Lux had changed in those two years; long gone was the chubby blond that never talked back and was replaced by a badass third command that doesn’t take shit from anyone and is in charge of training her wolves. But will Lux’s new personality be enough to keep her from getting hurt? Especially when she has to see the person who made her leave, Damon, her mate, the one who rejected her and the alpha of her old pack..

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 Mate or Note begins when Lux finds out who her mate is, the next alpha and most popular guy in school. But he rejects her because of who she is. So Lux runs away to a new pack leaving her family for years. Now years later when her old pack needs help, since Lux is the best at fighting she has to go back to help train them.. But they never expected her, especially after everything that happened now they are trying to make it up to her.. But Lux isn't sure she should trust them.  

This book was okay. It wasn't great, but not bad either. It has a interesting plot line, with likable characters. I loved how Lux was able to change a lot, and then come back and throw it all in their faces. That was really wonderful. Then the whole plot was just interesting. However, there was just something about it that didn't exactly make the book great. It just felt sort forced at times when it came to the dialogue. And I really hated what Lux, and one of her best friends did towards the end. To me that was just major stupidity speaking.
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