Molly Reviews and Giveaway: Mate Me, Hate Me, Date Me, Love Me by Chris McHart (Unexpected Book 3)

Blurb:
When his father, King Harold, forces Prince Gerome to mate a complete stranger in order to save his unborn child, he complies with a heavy heart and says goodbye to all his dreams of finding love. Gerome’s hurt and treats his mate the way he’s been taught all his life: through power and submission. But with Luis, it doesn’t work.

When Luis is mated off to a stranger, his world ends. He was a carefree student one day and the next a vampire prince demands his submission. He can’t run, but he can hide and hate in silence. So he withdraws until only a shell remains.

Neither of the men has any chance of finding love together until a friend intervenes. Can Gerome forget what he’s been taught all his life, and is it possible for Luis to forget what’s happened to him? Will they ever find their own happy ending? Or can love blossom where only hate exists?

Where To Buy:
ARe || Amazon US || Amazon UK || Amazon AU || Amazon DE || Amazon CA

Review:
Oh my gosh all the feels. I pretty much cried my way through the first half of the book while Gerome and Luis hated each other. Their emotions are amazingly described. I could feel Luis’ desperation to get away, his terror at the unknown with Gerome and his spiral into depression. Gerome’s fear for Alex, heartbreak at realizing his life was vastly changed by his father and his self loathing when he realized he was being a shit.
The story was such a rollercoaster ride with Luis and Gerome’s struggles. I really enjoyed how they took it slow once they realized they were hurting each other. The tenderness Gerome showed Luis as they built trust together again was beautiful. I love how Luis put aside his fears and worked to build a relationship with Gerome.
The ending is so sweet. It was the perfect happily ever after. Gerome showed that he valued Luis and wanted to make a better life for him and other mates. They had a solid relationship that you know is going to go the distance. Plus you get to see the whole story come full circle. There are some side characters I’d like to get stories from and I hope the series continues.
Stars:
Four and a half

Excerpt:
Luis’ mother turned to him and took his hand with her cold one. Her beautiful blue eyes sought his, and she visibly took a deep breath. “I have to tell you something. Please hear me out before you say anything.”

Luis swallowed hard. What would come now? His hands were clammy, but he could only wipe one on his jeans as his mother still held the other. Luis stared at her face and tried to figure out what was wrong. Something bad happened. Something really bad. Blood pulsed in his ears while he waited for his mother or father to speak again.

“The Vampire King from Munich visited us yesterday. He had a proposal for us. His son, Gerome, needs a mate. He’s seen the picture of you at the coven meeting from a few months ago and thinks you’d be a good match. The prince is going to take over the crown soon, and he needs a mate by his side. You, to be specific.” His mother paused and tightened her hold on his hand. “I agreed. A mating to the prince will bring a lot of power to our coven. And the king paid us a good deal of money for the match.”

“You what?” Luis yelled, trying to pull his hand back, but his mother held him tightly. He jumped up from his seat and tried to yank away from his mother’s grasp. What the fuck were they thinking? They had to be kidding. He was not going to mate some guy he never met. They were totally crazy. Nuts.

His mother didn’t relent, firmly keeping his hand in her grip.

“Let me go! I won’t mate someone you picked! What do you think you’re doing?” His voice cracked, but his mother didn’t even flinch.

“Calm down. You knew this was coming. Everyone gets mated. It’s the way things are done,” his mother said calmly, even though her fingers still dug into Luis’ hand. It hurt, but he couldn’t focus on that now. He needed to get away before they married him off. His mind raced, turning over possibilities. He couldn’t simply mate someone. What if he ran away and hid? Would one of his friends help him to lay low? If the king wanted him as a mate for his son, would hiding help at all? Or would they find him?

About Chris:
Chris McHart lives in Germany, with her husband, slave, Dom, partner in crime, and muse (all in one person, not even she’s that kinky!). She loves her husband, men in kilts and Scotch Whisky. Her idea of a perfect evening is to curl up with her laptop and write (the other options are not suitable to post in public).

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Tour Stops:
Parker Williams, Divine Magazine, Alpha Book Club, Kirsty Loves Books, Happily Ever Chapter, MM Good Book Reviews, Gay Media Reviews, BFD Book Blog, My Fiction Nook, Mikky’s World of Books, A.M. Leibowitz, Dawn’s Reading Nook, Book Lovers 4Ever, Molly Lolly, Jessie G. Books, Havan Fellows, Elisa – My Reviews and Ramblings, Oh My Shelves, Caraway Carter, Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words, Bayou Book Junkie, Wicked Faerie’s Tales and Reviews, Open Skye Book Reviews, Unquietly Me, Velvet Panic, Outrageous Heroes

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One response to “Molly Reviews and Giveaway: Mate Me, Hate Me, Date Me, Love Me by Chris McHart (Unexpected Book 3)

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