An Omega who must learn to trust. An Alpha who must learn patience. Fate unites them. Love keeps them together.
Word Count: 35,375
Two Alpha shifters join together to lead their pack and build a family.
Word Count: 38,150
A generous Alpha with a tragic past and a young Omega with hopes for the future overcome mistakes to heal a pack and find happiness together.
Word Count: 41,524
These books are linked by theme or world. They are independent and can be read in any order.
This is the fourth, and probably last book, in the Mates series, which I loved. LOVED. ...This being a book by Cardeno C., there are also some super hot sexy times (when they then finally happen, OMG), and knotting. ...There is always such emotion within the sexy times, and I think that's one of the author's special gifts. ...This is definitely a fitting end to the series, and I loved that the couples from the previous book made an appearance. Well, all but Samuel. It can be read as a standalone, but why would you? Why would you not read all the books in this fantastic series? Exactly.
This short read has a big message, as well as a deliciously satisfying outcome...For a quick read to bring a smile to your face, this could surely be the one.
McFarland’s Farm is a great start to the Hope series and I know fans of Cardeno C. and fans of the book Jesse’s Diner will totally fall in love with these two men just like I did.
Cardeno C and Mary Calmes are both amazing authors and combined they have written and story that is sensual and yet gritty. There is something to be said for a story that is not predictable and these characters are definitely anything but easy to figure out. The story itself is not the usual fare and it is great to read about characters that don't just fall into an easy relationship. The fact that they each have to learn about themselves on their way to learning about the other person made for a story that seems so much more realistic. This was without question a story that was crafted by two amazingly talented authors in a way that is not the average story.