"an intriguing twist on the Were legends"

When Lucas Ursine took his young charge into the Bear Mating Caves to find his stone, he never expected to come out with a mating stone of his own. He knew his mate's name was Anna, but he had no idea where to start looking for her.

Annie had no idea that the man visiting her dreams was indeed her true mate, especially since she was human, and her family was Were Hunters. When at last they find each other and the truth comes out, can there be any hope of Annie and Luke being together?

This was an intriguing twist on the Were legends, or at least a variety I have never heard before. I really liked the way the author set polar opposites to attract and be mated. I really enjoyed the erotic passages and each of them was well thought out. I love the tenderness and compassion in this story as well as the passion. Each character's take on what was happening was thoughtful as well as thought provoking. I would love it if this story was a little longer, but I guess I'll just have to wait for the next installment of the story.

Reviewed by Dawn Epton
Posted July 26, 2008


Luke Ursine is drawn to the most sacred place in his clan's lore. There he finds a woman who touches him like no other, and his own mating stone. Not a common mating stone, but a lovers' stone that declares he has only one true mate, one great love who will claim him body and soul. Anna is the most inappropriate of all mates. She's a hunter and they are sworn to destroy the Weres. Even if they can set aside generations of hate and murder, will their families let them live long enough to enjoy the promised destiny?

Genre: Werewolf
Book Length: Novella

Reader Advisory: Includes a M/M/F scene with very mild M/M action.

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Lovers' Stone
(The Jewels of Ursus Trilogy: Book 2)
by Elyssa Edwards

Ellora's Cave
July 1, 2008
Available: July 9, 2008
ISBN #1419914545
EAN #9781419914546
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