WHITE PAWS AND A DREAM by Stormy Glenn
White Paws and A Dream by Stormy Glenn
Midnight Matings, series
Reviewed by Lisa
Invitee’s to this year’s Great Gathering are stunned speechless when the Elders announce they’ve cast a spell to ensure everyone there will search out a mate within 24 hours or go feral. They must also chose a mate from another group, whether it be a coven, pack, or something else.
A very rare white Siberian tiger shifter, Ifan Vashnikov normally doesn’t bother with UPAC gatherings, however, a personal invitation brings him to this one. Ifan is quite content to lead a lonely life and doesn’t suffer fools well even on a good day. Standing in the ballroom listening to the Elders edict, Ifan mulls over his choices and decides he’d rather die than take a mate.
It seems that the Elders have special plans in motion for Ifan. They’ve already picked out a particular mate for him because they feel that Ifan is the only person capable of keeping a uniquely gifted human safe. The human, Mikhail or Misha as Ifan insists on calling him is a dream walker. In fact, Misha is the most powerful dream walker born in over a thousand years and he needs to be protected from those who would exploit his gift. Ifan was ready to die rather than mate, yet once he meets Misha he would die to protect him from harm.
A sweet and tender Midnight Matings tale with a hint of intrigue, White Paws and A Dream showcases enchanting characters and another unique storyline in this series. Ifan prefers his solitude and peaceful existence, something Misha sorely needs in his life. They balance each other out perfectly. Their romance takes a sharp turn into danger which acts as an interesting catalyst in the plot. White Paws and A Dream has hot loving, lively characters and enough drama to keep readers engaged in their story.