Swipe Right to Mate (Paranormal Dating, book 1)


Victoria is floundering. She’s lost her home, her boyfriend, everything… rather than go back to her parents with her tail tucked between her legs, or inconvenience her best friend, she decides to take matters into her own hands.

When she comes across a mating app, Tori thinks she may have just found a way to solve all of her problems, and maybe, just maybe, find love along the way.

A trial period with Mal, the sexy bear shifter who contacted her seems like the answer. But, when she gets there and realizes it’s not only Mal she’s there to meet, but also his best friend Kai, will this opportunity be more than this human bargained for?

Swipe Right to Mate is the first in a new trilogy by DJ Bryce and Terra Wolf. This is a menage standalone about a desperate woman finding exactly what she needs, where she least expects it.

My Review:

Swipe Right to Mate (Paranormal Mating, book 1)Swipe Right to Mate by D.J. Bryce

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a new to me author, and it’s been a while since I’ve read a paranormal, so I picked this one because it sounds fun. Boy, was it! I totally fell in love with Kai, Tori, and Mal!

Kai and Mal met when they were cubs, and grew up together, with no other family. They forged such a tight bond, they decided to stay together always, taking a mate together, creating their own family. This led them to the mating app.

Tori has horrible luck with men! Her last boyfriend stole all of her money, all of her belongings and disappeared without a trace! Down on her luck, and seriously depressed, she decides to give a mating app a try. When she gets an invitation from Kai and Mal, she decides to give it a go!

I love the close relationship between Kai and Mal. I love how funny Mal is. I love how protective Kai is. I love how open to change Tori is. Together, they just make magic! This book was a fun, light-hearted story, all about family. This author has put together a winning combination, hot shifters that want a family, and a woman that is accepting of their differences! I can’t wait to read the next book!

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