Stalking His Mate
New York Times bestseller Dianna Love's Gallize shifters are back with an action packed adventure, a sexy love story and a twist no one saw coming. Having spent her life as a captive, Siofra escapes when her power surfaces to save her from an attack, which exposes her as a nonhuman. All she wants to do is find her brother who is also being hunted, then vanish to live free from shifters. That was the plan and it would have worked if a golden-eyed jaguar shifter hadn’t stepped between her and a dangerous jackal, throwing a major kink in her escape when she falls for the sexy protector. Rory didn’t choose to be a jaguar shifter and is determined to not mate even though he faces death from the Gallize mating curse if he doesn’t. The end may come sooner than he expects when his jaguar loses the ability to heal them, but that doesn’t prevent Rory from racing in to save a young woman from a vicious predator. The moment Siofra is in his arms and his power reaches out to hers, he struggles against the primal pull of the one woman he’s drawn to as a mate. Even if he didn’t feel the need to end his bloodline, she hates shifters. None of that will matter if Rory fails to stop the deadly Black River Pack from using Siofra in a grisly experiment when she’s caught in a trap. “Dianna Love once again gives us another wonderful series for us to savor and follow.” ~ The Reading Cafe

Stalking His Mate Details

TitleStalking His Mate
Author
ReleaseNov 8th, 2018
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Paranormal Romance

Stalking His Mate Review

  • Madison Warner Fairbanks
    January 1, 1970
    Stalking His Mate by Dianna LoveParanormal romantic suspense. 3rd in the League of Gallize Shifter series. Rory is a jaguar shifter. He has never really connected with his animal and he is no longer healing from battle wounds on his own. He is an alpha apex predator and part of the Gallize.Siofra was captured at the age of 6 and has been working slave labor since then for the Cadell. She’s been taught that the Gallize are monsters and has learned to stay away from all shifters.When the two cross Stalking His Mate by Dianna LoveParanormal romantic suspense. 3rd in the League of Gallize Shifter series. Rory is a jaguar shifter. He has never really connected with his animal and he is no longer healing from battle wounds on his own. He is an alpha apex predator and part of the Gallize.Siofra was captured at the age of 6 and has been working slave labor since then for the Cadell. She’s been taught that the Gallize are monsters and has learned to stay away from all shifters.When the two cross paths their awareness and energies connect and intensifies. For Rory, who has always rejected the idea of a Mate, suddenly has his jaguar sure that Siofra is their mate. For Siofra, who has learned to dislike shifters, realizes that maybe all shifters aren’t bad. It’s an intense race to save Siofra from both the Black River wolf pack and the Cadells while fighting an underground drug trade and black market shifter auction. Be aware there is an overall arc to this series so while it’s a complete story for Rory and Siofra, there are unanswered questions. I was impressed with the level of knowledge Siofra had of the world by simply reading books and watching old movies. And how well she adapted to being out in the world on her own. Be warned: her power can kill and she uses it several times on some really cruel shifters, once at least a bit gory and graphic. She cries at the acknowledgement of having killed.A thrilling ride from start to finish.
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  • Sherry
    January 1, 1970
    I have one word for this book. AMAZING!!!!! I love how the twists and turns keep happening and just when you think, ah, I know what's going to happen, you don't! lol The characters are well written and the action flows at a very nice pace. This is a very entertaining and engrossing series. I can't wait for the next one!
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  • Amelia
    January 1, 1970
    There is a dramatic situation at the very start of the third League of Gallize Shifters book, and the intensity of this compelling moment is repeated time and again before the story concludes. I was kept spellbound for the whole time I was reading, as Dianna Love makes each imaginative development not only believable but also engrossing. This paranormal series is overflowing with original ideas that come across as circumstances which just might be occurring in our world, and I really would like There is a dramatic situation at the very start of the third League of Gallize Shifters book, and the intensity of this compelling moment is repeated time and again before the story concludes. I was kept spellbound for the whole time I was reading, as Dianna Love makes each imaginative development not only believable but also engrossing. This paranormal series is overflowing with original ideas that come across as circumstances which just might be occurring in our world, and I really would like to think there are beings like the Gallize shifters who are watching out for unaware humans like me. STALKING HIS MATE has cleverly inventive adventures and a unique cast of characters.What Siofra endured for years has caused much despair, as she was kidnapped when young and has done the bidding of shifters ever since. Though she possessed one quirky ability, it was not until a captor tried to assault her that another talent shows itself. Now she is on the run, trying to find a safe place to wait on another captive who plans to meet up with her. Unfortunately, she is taken along with a number of other shifters while travelling northward, but a stranger comes to her rescue just when it seems her luck has run out. Rory is a jaguar shifter and fights with a group called the Gallize to keep evil from harming the innocent. A death curse hangs over him, one he was not going to avoid, but coming in contact with Siofra makes him rethink his future.Several characters need answers to a number of questions concerning their lives, and these mysteries definitely kept me intrigued and wanting to discover the truth. Some of the revelations are very surprising and made the individuals extra special. Siofra is someone who has suffered heartache for much of her life, yet she never gave up and always looked for the bright side of a situation. Her kindness for others is evident by her actions, and I felt for her during times of stress. The confusion Rory feels about his animal is portrayed with many insightful scenes, and these moments range from serious discussions to witty comments. How Rory and Siofra get along as a couple is a journey of ups and downs, where desire and loyalty frequently war with one another.The suspense in STALKING HIS MATE is often sky-high with no guarantees. I could not read fast enough on a few occasions, as an incident could turn extremely dangerous in an instant and have a possible outcome not to my liking. With so many appealing characters in the story, my concern seldom got a chance to diminish before once again rising. Dianna Love kept me riveted on every page of her fascinating book.I voluntarily reviewed the book, and all comments are my honest opinion
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  • Clare
    January 1, 1970
    Wow what another great read from Dianna Love!Stalking His Mate is the third book of this series and is centered around Rory and Siofa. Rory is one of the members of the Gallize shifters and Siofa is a young woman that has been held in captivity since the age of Six. They meet after she gets captured again while on the run after breaking out of the camp where she had been held for many years. Rory is on a mission to gather intel when he happens upon her being attacked by shifters were he helps to Wow what another great read from Dianna Love!Stalking His Mate is the third book of this series and is centered around Rory and Siofa. Rory is one of the members of the Gallize shifters and Siofa is a young woman that has been held in captivity since the age of Six. They meet after she gets captured again while on the run after breaking out of the camp where she had been held for many years. Rory is on a mission to gather intel when he happens upon her being attacked by shifters were he helps to save her. Upon touching her, his power within and his animal connects with her own energy, but Rory can't work out what or who she is.This book was such a great read, I am totally in love with these characters and their supernatural world of Gallize shifters. I got such an emotionally heightened adrenaline rush from all of the action and intrigue that goes on within this story. It contains plenty of angst that had me hanging on the edged for most of the book, a little heartbreak and lots danger that had me crying out from the shock of what was going down. It's also very well written with plenty of back story so that you can understand all that is happening to the characters, and of where they are in each chapter. Rory and Siofa are two really wonderful characters that were so easy to like and connect with, I found that I could easily sympathise with them and feel all the emotions that they go through while they are on the run trying to stay alive. They also had some really great physical chemistry between them that led to some very hot but tastefully written scenes too.This series just keeps getting better and better, the more that we learn about it's characters and the job that they have to do to protect the human world is utterly brilliant storytelling. With all the danger that we don't know about to the Black River Pack that are out of control, this series has no end that I can see for a long time to come and I hope to keep reading it as it's becoming one of the best paranormal shifter series i've ever read.
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  • Sher
    January 1, 1970
    Another awesome read by Dianna.. Her world and character building are great. Siofra has been a captive for most of her life.. As she is being attacked her powers come to life..But she doesn't understand them..Or what she can do.. Rory did't choose the shifter life..He knows about the Gazille curse, but at this point in his life he is okay with it.. Until he saves Siofra. Then his Jaguar has a different idea..They must work together to save her..But is it to late for his Jaguar and him to work to Another awesome read by Dianna.. Her world and character building are great. Siofra has been a captive for most of her life.. As she is being attacked her powers come to life..But she doesn't understand them..Or what she can do.. Rory did't choose the shifter life..He knows about the Gazille curse, but at this point in his life he is okay with it.. Until he saves Siofra. Then his Jaguar has a different idea..They must work together to save her..But is it to late for his Jaguar and him to work together? Can't wait for the next great story in this awesome series.
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  • Robin
    January 1, 1970
    I was privileged to volunteer to read an advance copy and was blown away by the rich feelings conveyed in this story. I loved the world building of the Gallize shifters. All of these alpha predators worked together under an eagle shifter which surprised me as I don't think of eagles as being alpha but I know they are an apex predator of the skies so maybe that contributed to his control of wolves, bears and jaguars there could be others under his reign but none were mentioned in this story.Rory I was privileged to volunteer to read an advance copy and was blown away by the rich feelings conveyed in this story. I loved the world building of the Gallize shifters. All of these alpha predators worked together under an eagle shifter which surprised me as I don't think of eagles as being alpha but I know they are an apex predator of the skies so maybe that contributed to his control of wolves, bears and jaguars there could be others under his reign but none were mentioned in this story.Rory rescues She-fra ( this is how it is pronounced I don't remember the actual spelling) from being captured by jackals during a mission that they believe to be about drug running wolves and not a human trafficking ring. She-fra initially escaped the camp with the help of her adopted brother Baatar.There is so much going on with Rory not truly bonding with his jaguar and She-fra not understanding this power she has in addition to seeing ghosts. It keeps you on your toes as well as guessing how it ll ends and the ending makes you ask questions about this couple and hoping they will be answered in the next story in Gallize shifter story. This is my honest opinion and I have not been compensated in any way but judge it for yourself if you like shifters, action, romance, drama and passion in the stories you choose to read.
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    From the first chapter of this book I was spellbound, and concluded this is my favorite Dianna Love book (so far). Stalking His Mate starts with intense excitement, so that my heart was beating just a little faster. I was completely drawn in to caring for Siofra right from the beginning, and when she and Rory meet I had to find out how their story played out. Dianna is amazing in creating a world that is believable and writes characters that you can't wait to know and love, or hate in the case o From the first chapter of this book I was spellbound, and concluded this is my favorite Dianna Love book (so far). Stalking His Mate starts with intense excitement, so that my heart was beating just a little faster. I was completely drawn in to caring for Siofra right from the beginning, and when she and Rory meet I had to find out how their story played out. Dianna is amazing in creating a world that is believable and writes characters that you can't wait to know and love, or hate in the case of the villains of the piece. I loved seeing a bit of what is going on in the lives of characters from previous books, and in this book we learn a little bit more about the mysterious Guardian as well. Enough that I want to know even more, and hope in the future that maybe he gets his own book. Stalking His Mate has everything I want in a book - suspense, action, passion, humor, twists and turns - so that I couldn't put it down, I had to know what was next. All these and some intriguing peeks at possible future characters and situations, making me already impatient for the next installment of the series.
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  • Rosemary K
    January 1, 1970
    Rory is a member of the Gallize Shifters who are the good guys. However, he never wanted to be a jaguar shifter. To stop this from being carried on he's decided not to mate. His attitude is killing Ferrell, his shifter. What happens when he saves Siofra, a captive of the evil Cadells is an exciting romantic adventure. Rory is an amazing hero. He is carrying a lot of emotional baggage but he cares and will do what's right. I found Ferrell's snarky attitude added humor to their relationship. Both Rory is a member of the Gallize Shifters who are the good guys. However, he never wanted to be a jaguar shifter. To stop this from being carried on he's decided not to mate. His attitude is killing Ferrell, his shifter. What happens when he saves Siofra, a captive of the evil Cadells is an exciting romantic adventure. Rory is an amazing hero. He is carrying a lot of emotional baggage but he cares and will do what's right. I found Ferrell's snarky attitude added humor to their relationship. Both are attracted to Siofra. She has unbelieveable powers and just as many secrets. Their interaction is filled with contradictions. I wanted them together and safe from their enemies. Siofra has a good heart which is surprising considering what she's endured. The story is one shock after the other. I couldn't stop reading Stalking His Mate. I loved the characters, the suspense and the romance. I can't wait for the next addition, Scent Of A Mate. I received a copy of this book which I voluntarily read and reviewed. My comments are my honest opinion.
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  • Debbie Wilson
    January 1, 1970
    Acceptance is not always easyRory/Ferrell is a shifter who is at odds with himself. Rory can’t reconcile what he is and a has made a determination about his future without consideration of his animal, Ferrell and Ferrell’s needs and input. Siofra has been a captive since she was a child and with the help of her brother escapes. Siofra discovers she has powers when she is threatened but lacks the knowledge of how to use them which presents many obstacles. Stalking His Mate puts these two together Acceptance is not always easyRory/Ferrell is a shifter who is at odds with himself. Rory can’t reconcile what he is and a has made a determination about his future without consideration of his animal, Ferrell and Ferrell’s needs and input. Siofra has been a captive since she was a child and with the help of her brother escapes. Siofra discovers she has powers when she is threatened but lacks the knowledge of how to use them which presents many obstacles. Stalking His Mate puts these two together in a story that is fast paced, sexy and suspenseful. Dianna Love is a master at suspense. She weaves an intricate story that brings the characters to life. The reader can feel and relate to characters, their struggles, motives, and desires. As with all her books, there is always the Unexpected, multiple twists and sexy elements. There is also the “OMG” factor of “I can’t believe I have consumed this story and I CAN’T wait for the next one”. Stalking His Mate is a great read that leaves the reader anxiously awaiting the next one in the series. Hurry up, Dianna.
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  • Jillian
    January 1, 1970
    Book 3 in Dianna Love’s shifter series, Stalking his Mate was a fantastic read. I will admit when I read book one the world building was a lot to handle but that’s why I read Diannas books...the world building! By this book you’ve become so much more immersed in the Gazille world and boy is it wonderful! Siofra was kidnaped when she was young and has lived a hard life. After an encounter that changes her life She’s finally on the run but unfortunately gets kidnapped again but our hero Rory comes Book 3 in Dianna Love’s shifter series, Stalking his Mate was a fantastic read. I will admit when I read book one the world building was a lot to handle but that’s why I read Diannas books...the world building! By this book you’ve become so much more immersed in the Gazille world and boy is it wonderful! Siofra was kidnaped when she was young and has lived a hard life. After an encounter that changes her life She’s finally on the run but unfortunately gets kidnapped again but our hero Rory comes to help. Rory is part of the Gazille shifters who protect innocents. Just like all our past heroes - he didn’t ask to be a shifter and is dealing with the mating curse - so we get to see how Rory deals with this while he tries to help Siofra. We get an emotional ride with these two. Of course we get to see some of our favorites come back in this book - so many characters I want to know more about! Yet again this is a suspenseful journey with some great witty moments that Dianna takes us on. I couldn’t put it down!I voluntarily read this book and all comments and opinions are my own
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  • Chris Whitaker
    January 1, 1970
    This story is a wild and intense cross-country ride from start to finish. Having read other series by Love, I expected no less. This is the third book in Dianna Love's Gallize Shifters series. I haven't read the first two, but didn't feel lost going in, as it works just fine as a stand-alone story. The non-stop action and a familiar, but not trite, romance are well developed and satisfying. The paranormal aspects are key to the relationship dynamic, but the action scenes are right in line with a This story is a wild and intense cross-country ride from start to finish. Having read other series by Love, I expected no less. This is the third book in Dianna Love's Gallize Shifters series. I haven't read the first two, but didn't feel lost going in, as it works just fine as a stand-alone story. The non-stop action and a familiar, but not trite, romance are well developed and satisfying. The paranormal aspects are key to the relationship dynamic, but the action scenes are right in line with any good action thriller on the market today. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher, but will certainly pick up the first 2 titles of the series.
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  • J C
    January 1, 1970
    Just as expected another great story from Dianna Love! This series has been a favorite from book one and i cant wait for more. This book is fun, sexy and full of twists and turns that keep you guessing. The interaction between characters is entirely believable. Siofra and Rory bring every emotion to the page as you read along through their journey together. Even though this is paranormal... the personalities of the characters are relatable and real. And the ending details that are hopefully a pe Just as expected another great story from Dianna Love! This series has been a favorite from book one and i cant wait for more. This book is fun, sexy and full of twists and turns that keep you guessing. The interaction between characters is entirely believable. Siofra and Rory bring every emotion to the page as you read along through their journey together. Even though this is paranormal... the personalities of the characters are relatable and real. And the ending details that are hopefully a peek of the next book have me very impatiently waiting for more. Thank you for sharing your stories Dianna... they are the perfect escape.I suggest reading in order but it is not a must as these books can be read as stand alone and still be very enjoyable.
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    I love this Author! Another amazing read! I love jaguar shifters, the idea is a new and exciting one isn’t it? The grace, sleekness and just sexiness of the animal totally adds to the story. I love that the main characters were not an immediate fated and bonded couple. It took some work. Love how it came together! Great read! Love her work! Highly recommended!
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  • Sheila Schwartz
    January 1, 1970
    I am amazed at Ms. Love's capacity to write stories that are fictional but so relatable. Rory and Siofra are compelling characters with palpable mistrust and contentious attitudes that you can't help but embrace because of their gut grabbing situations and riveting personalities. Reading this story has introduced me to characters that have suffered inhumane treatment but still find it in themselves to forgive, love and except the differences in each other. Totally amazing series!!
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  • Lin
    January 1, 1970
    I've been waiting for this third book since I finished the first two, and wasn't disappointed. Always thrilling and filled with danger so be prepared for heart-wrenching moments but love conquers all, eventually! Plenty of backstory if this is your first book, and you will love all the Gallize shifters and their mates.Couldn't put it down, and once again can't wait for the next!
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  • Marla
    January 1, 1970
    With this third entry in the League of Gallize Shifters, Dianna Love tells the story of Rory, a shifter who hates what he is, an Siofra, a captive with enormous power she can't control.  And when the two meet, sparks fly... almost literally. Dianna Love has a way of telling a story that grabs hold of you and won't let go until you find out what is going to happen.  This book is no exception!
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  • Donna
    January 1, 1970
    First look at that luscious cover. The story inside is just that terrific. This story is an emotional thriller that will keep you wondering what will happen next. And the author surprises you at every junction. I’ll admit it took me a bit to warm up to Rory but once I got to know him I fell right along with Siofra. Block off some time because you aren’t going to want to put this down.
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  • Marianne
    January 1, 1970
    Wow! What an emotional ride! Diana Love has created such depth in her characters that they literally jump off the page. This was an exceptional read.
  • Kayola Brown
    January 1, 1970
    I am a League Of Gallize Shifters fan now!! This is a marvelously crafted tale that keeps you guessing and keeps those fingers flipping through the chapters!!! The characters have depth and are believable... you want to see them succeed!! I love this book and I wholeheartedly recommended it as a stand-alone or even better get them all .. I am!!! Simply wonderful!!
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  • Tanya
    January 1, 1970
    Truly an amazing book. I read until I went cross eyed and had to stop. This is my new favorite series.
  • Donna Hurst
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first book in this series that I have read. I usually read the "belador" series which is brilliant. I thoroughly enjoyed this story which really moved me towards the end. I look for ward to reading the next instalment and wonder if it might be Scarlett and Bataer. Found the book "unput downable". Have read other shifter books before and definitely will be reading more from Dianna Love."A copy of the book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this bo This is the first book in this series that I have read. I usually read the "belador" series which is brilliant. I thoroughly enjoyed this story which really moved me towards the end. I look for ward to reading the next instalment and wonder if it might be Scarlett and Bataer. Found the book "unput downable". Have read other shifter books before and definitely will be reading more from Dianna Love."A copy of the book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.
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  • Yami
    January 1, 1970
    I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher.Dianna Love hits it off with her gallize shifters. You don't have to read the first two in order to read this book (though it gets you to love characters more). She brings them to life and makes them all feel real. Not like your just reading about a character you can feel yourself getting attached and understanding the characters and why they do what they do. I enjoyed reading this book, it's always about wha I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher.Dianna Love hits it off with her gallize shifters. You don't have to read the first two in order to read this book (though it gets you to love characters more). She brings them to life and makes them all feel real. Not like your just reading about a character you can feel yourself getting attached and understanding the characters and why they do what they do. I enjoyed reading this book, it's always about what's going on and what wrench is going to be thrown at them. It has a lot of action and romance but Love is able to balance it out where it isn't too much of one or the other. I love how her writing has been with the Belador series and jumping into this one was not disappointing at all.The two main characters Rory and Siofra are wonderful, both are stubborn with their own demons that they have to get through. Trust is something Siofra doesn't give out easy, and when Rory saves her from being sexually assaulted and abused it makes her question things. She's not sure if she can trust the shifter but she can't help herself in falling for him. Siofra is a strong character who has been put through hell, living in slaves camps but her heart is still that of gold as she is kind to people and wants to help them. Trying to figure out her new powers that helped her escape and helped heal Rory; Siofra still fights against what her mind knows and what her heart wants. In the end she realizes that no matter what she wants to be with Rory if he will have her.Rory is a previous military black-ops sniper that was born into a non-shifter family. Having a jaguar as his animal he isn't happy. He's never seen a future for himself when he found out he was a shifter, he figured he would die when the mating curse of the Gallize took it's toll though it might end up sooner than anyone figured out with him having that mind set since he isn't healing from his injuries. He meets Siofra at one of the camps and helps her not able to stand by letting them hurt her. When they touch he feels energy buzzing through him and is curious. Every time they touch she ends up healing and doing something to him. He wants her, more than just for her healing but as something he's never considered before. The question is can he break through all her walls to get close to her? And can he defeat his own demons in order to have a life he wants with her?The book is a great read and easy to pick up where you left off rather than having a hard time getting back into the groove of things. I really enjoyed the characters and the ending it left me wanting more with all the characters we get to see. I'm definitely looking forward to see the other stories of the Gallize shifters that she has planned.
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  • Monadh
    January 1, 1970
    Extraordinary shifter romance that keeps you turning the pages*Review copy provided by author*Only three books in, the League of Gallize Shifters has already become one of my favorite shifter series. I particularly like, that unlike some PNR series which sometimes can become kind of repetitive, the protagonists in Dianna Love’s series are quite unique, with their own individual challenges that then make for distinct plots. At the same time they are all held together by the mythology of the creat Extraordinary shifter romance that keeps you turning the pages*Review copy provided by author*Only three books in, the League of Gallize Shifters has already become one of my favorite shifter series. I particularly like, that unlike some PNR series which sometimes can become kind of repetitive, the protagonists in Dianna Love’s series are quite unique, with their own individual challenges that then make for distinct plots. At the same time they are all held together by the mythology of the creation of the Gallize shifters and their fight against their mortal enemies, the Cadells. Add in the Black River Pack, their drug distribution operation and various other parties working towards their own aims, and things start to get complicated.Like many of the Gallize shifters Rory is struggling with his animal. He is determined that things end with him, so he doesn’t want children and is not seeking a mate, but this stance is slowly killing his jaguar. For missions he is volunteering to take on the most risky jobs and his friends and the guardian are growing concerned with his self-destructive behavior, but there is not much they can do about it. It’s on one of this missions that he meets (and rescues) Siofra, and though he feels a spark of something. she vanishes before he can pursue it.Siofra was sold as a child and since then she has been a captive of the Cadells, used as slave labor and as a guinea pig for breeding experiments. With the help of another captive, Bataar, who she has come to view as a brother, she manages to flee. Although the escape does not go as planned, she runs across Rory, who helps her, and though she feels their connection, too, she has promised Bataar to keep going until they can meet up again.Siofra and Rory meet up again and they work together for a time in their quest to find Bataar, but they are motivated by different agendas. And when push comes to shove Siofra is unable to trust Rory, even though they have grown close. That’s when everything goes downhill and both Siofra and Rory need to overcome the demons of their past if they want a life together.This exciting mix of shifter love story (that despite a mating curse doesn’t always follow expected patterns), the race to find Siofra’s vanished brother (who turns out to be more than he seems) and some high impact fighting scenes will keep you turning the pages. Can’t wait for Gan’s story!
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  • Tina
    January 1, 1970
    Dianna Love has done it again! I loved Rory and Siofra!This is the third book in the League Of Gallize Shifters series, but it's the first one I've read. I did not need to read the prior books to know what was going on, but I enjoyed it so much I want to go back and read them. In this story we meet Rory who is a jaguar shifter who works with other shifters trying to stop the kidnapping of other shifters, and Siofra, a woman who sees ghosts and discovers she has a special ability she knew nothing Dianna Love has done it again! I loved Rory and Siofra!This is the third book in the League Of Gallize Shifters series, but it's the first one I've read. I did not need to read the prior books to know what was going on, but I enjoyed it so much I want to go back and read them. In this story we meet Rory who is a jaguar shifter who works with other shifters trying to stop the kidnapping of other shifters, and Siofra, a woman who sees ghosts and discovers she has a special ability she knew nothing about until she needed it. Siofra has been held captive her entire life and only trusts her brother. They plan to escape their captivity, but she is attacked before their plan is carried out. Now she must escape, so they come up with a plan to meet at a secret destination in a few days and disappear together to live the freedom they crave. There's a dangerous pack hunting Siofra and her brother to use for experiments, so she knows they're being hunted. ut she didn't expect the jackal who caught up with her, or the mysterious jaguar who rescued her putting a major glitch in her plan. While she tries to understand her new abilities and how to control them, she also has to decide who she can trust knowing she shouldn't trust any shifter, but she can't help wondering about the feelings she's having for Rory.Rory doesn't like being a shifter, so he's decided he will not find a mate and has accepted his death from the mating curse which may be sooner than he thought since the jaguar is losing its ability to heal their injuries. Rory is the first to volunteer for a mission to protect his teammates and while he's out on a mission he spots Siofra being attacked and helps her. He is injured but Ferral, his cat, is having trouble healing the wounds. When Siofra touches him, they both feel the sparks and he starts to heal which adds even more conflicts with his cat, especially over finding a mate. I loved all the internal conversations between Rory and Ferral and enjoyed them even more after they realized Siofra was their mate.Will Siofra realize she can trust the jaguar shifter and his friends to help her? Or will she miss out on finding love because she hates shifters and knows she shouldn't trust a jaguar?I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher.
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  • Barb Lie
    January 1, 1970
    Stalking His Mate by Dianna Love is the 3rd book in her wonderful League of Gallize Shifters series. I am a big fan of Dianna Love, and I look forward to reading any of her books, as she always gives us great exciting, fun stories, with fantastic characters. I am happy to say I loved Stalking His Mate. Background: The Gallize shifters are run by an ancient and powerful shifter, and they are the good guys, who secretly protect humans from the bad shifter groups. In Stalking His Mate, we meet Siof Stalking His Mate by Dianna Love is the 3rd book in her wonderful League of Gallize Shifters series. I am a big fan of Dianna Love, and I look forward to reading any of her books, as she always gives us great exciting, fun stories, with fantastic characters. I am happy to say I loved Stalking His Mate. Background: The Gallize shifters are run by an ancient and powerful shifter, and they are the good guys, who secretly protect humans from the bad shifter groups. In Stalking His Mate, we meet Siofra, our heroine, right from the start, as she is running away from killing one of the guards who was trying to rape her. Siofra has been a captive by the Cadells Jackal pack almost all of her life; she also has the ability to see ghosts. Siofra was able to escape when one of the ghosts tried to help her, and suddenly she had powers that would save her life. Now she is on the run, knowing that the Jackals will be searching for her.Rory, our hero, is a Jaguar shifter and a member of the Gallize Shifters. On a mission with his teammates, he comes across a young woman being attacked, and goes to her rescue. Before he steps in to help her, he notices that she suddenly gets free, killing her attacker using her hands. She manages to help Rory with the other attackers, but runs away before he can talk to her. Eventually, Siofra and Rory will find each other and join hands to help her find her ‘brother’, as well as be one step ahead of the attackers. A slow build romance begins with Rory and Siofra, with each having their own trust issues that would make their romance destined to fail.Rory is also undergoing some issues with his Jaguar, which is affecting his ability to heal; even the Guardian tries to help Rory, and tells him he needs to come to terms with his own attitude and accept his Jaguar. Rory also refused to acknowledge that Siofra was his mate, even though Ferrell (his Jaguar knew she was his). What follows is an intense exciting action packed story that finds both Rory and Siofra constantly in danger. The evil Jackal and Wolf packs are killing humans, and determined to get Siofra and her brother back into their control. I do not want to ruin it for you by giving any spoilers, but this was an edge of your seat suspense that had us holding our breaths to find out if they would survive. The last half of the book was a wild exciting non- stop, action packed race to save them all.Dianna Love once again gives us another wonderful story, and a series that continues to wow us and look forward to more of the same. As I always come to expect with Dianna Love, Stalking his Mate was a fun, exciting, tense adventure; great sexy couple, wonderful secondary characters, and bad villains. I cannot wait for the next book. I strongly suggest you start with Gray Wolf Mate and enjoy the ride.BarbThe Reading Cafe
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  • Yvonne Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    WOW WOW WOW!!! This book was amazing. The third book in the League of Gallize Shifters, this one is Rory and Siofra's story. Both have huge issues with trust. Siofra has been a captive almost her whole life. All she dreams about is being free. When she escapes from the along with her brother Baatar they have split up and will meet in a secret place.Along the way she is jumped by a jackal, when another shifter jumps in to save her. He takes herback to to get some answers.They set off, having one WOW WOW WOW!!! This book was amazing. The third book in the League of Gallize Shifters, this one is Rory and Siofra's story. Both have huge issues with trust. Siofra has been a captive almost her whole life. All she dreams about is being free. When she escapes from the along with her brother Baatar they have split up and will meet in a secret place.Along the way she is jumped by a jackal, when another shifter jumps in to save her. He takes herback to to get some answers.They set off, having one week to find Baatar and return. Rory is having so many issues. Not wanting to find a mate. His jaguar is ready to mate with Siofra the first time he has seen her. Rory fighting everything about him, is having problems healing. Just the touch from Siofra will heal him on contact. Can these two learn to trust, and love, and live before it's too late?This series is at the very top of my all time favorites. The stories draw you in from page one, until you turn the very last.I'm hoping that the next book will be the story of Baatar and Scarlett. I'm sure they both have plenty to tell!!I received an early copy of this book, for an honest review.
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  • Tammy Mabire
    January 1, 1970
    AMAZING! Stalking His Mate is book 3 in the League of Gallize Shifters series. The description says it can be a stand alone book. I have not read the first two in the series, and was a little worried because books in a series will say they are stand alone, then leave you confused. Stalking His Mate did not. It is not only a stand alone book, but I was able to understand how it fits in the series.I was hooked from the beginning, and did not want to put it down! Rory is the typical alpha male that AMAZING! Stalking His Mate is book 3 in the League of Gallize Shifters series. The description says it can be a stand alone book. I have not read the first two in the series, and was a little worried because books in a series will say they are stand alone, then leave you confused. Stalking His Mate did not. It is not only a stand alone book, but I was able to understand how it fits in the series.I was hooked from the beginning, and did not want to put it down! Rory is the typical alpha male that wants to protect the female while battling his own inner issues, while Siofra is a feisty, strong willed, and loyal woman who doesn’t like to do what men tell her to do. They have to learn to trust each other and work together to find Siofra’s brother. Of course there are mishaps along the way. I went thru every emotion while reading this book. It was well written, and flowed from beginning to end. I will definitely be getting the first two in the series! “I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher”.
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  • Angie
    January 1, 1970
    I loved this novel. I didn't think I would like it more than the previous one (Mating a Grizzly) because Justin and Hercules were just hilarious but this one was just as good but for different reasons. Siofra has been a slave all her life and when she finally gets free instead of staying safe she seems to have a beacon that attracts trouble to her. She is wary of all shifters but when she meets Rory she knows instinctively that she can trust him. But not his friends. Especially when they lock he I loved this novel. I didn't think I would like it more than the previous one (Mating a Grizzly) because Justin and Hercules were just hilarious but this one was just as good but for different reasons. Siofra has been a slave all her life and when she finally gets free instead of staying safe she seems to have a beacon that attracts trouble to her. She is wary of all shifters but when she meets Rory she knows instinctively that she can trust him. But not his friends. Especially when they lock her up after she almost kills him. Accidentally. Rory is attracted to Siofra but can't understand why. His jaguar wants to protect her when all he has ever wanted to do was kill and maim. Through all of this he isn't healing when he is injured and that is very worrisome. Is something wrong with his tiger? This novel was fast paced and shows a side to the world that Dianna Love is building that we haven't previously seen. This world is full of twists and turns and learning more about it will continue to make this series a must read. **I received an ARC for an honest review**
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  • Heather
    January 1, 1970
    Intense is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Stalking His Mate. Yes, it perfectly describes the thrilling plot, but I can't help but think of Rory. He tore me apart. The conflict between him and his jaguar, and how it was destroying them both was heartbreaking to watch. Rory is loyal to everyone. He is willing to sacrifice himself for others, but he doesn't accept himself, and it is killing him. Rory's strong will paired exquisitely with Siofra's. I like stubborn characters, and Intense is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Stalking His Mate. Yes, it perfectly describes the thrilling plot, but I can't help but think of Rory. He tore me apart. The conflict between him and his jaguar, and how it was destroying them both was heartbreaking to watch. Rory is loyal to everyone. He is willing to sacrifice himself for others, but he doesn't accept himself, and it is killing him. Rory's strong will paired exquisitely with Siofra's. I like stubborn characters, and these two were the epitome of stubborn. Dianna Love's character development is superb. I live for characters like her's. They are the kind of characters that jump off the page, and right into your heart. While Stalking His Mate is part of a series, it works great as a standalone as well. However, I think you'll want to read the rest of the series after you check out this one. It was a terrific read and I adored the ending.
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  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    Although I've been reading Dianna Love for more than a decade, this was the first of her Gallize Shifter books I've read and I must say I was not disappointed. Although it's definitely part of a series and there were moments when I knew I was going to have to go back to earlier books if I wanted to get the whole story, it stands pretty well on it's own.I loved the action, the damaged but not daunted characters and the hot passion and tentative insecurities of a new love.I voluntarily reviewed an Although I've been reading Dianna Love for more than a decade, this was the first of her Gallize Shifter books I've read and I must say I was not disappointed. Although it's definitely part of a series and there were moments when I knew I was going to have to go back to earlier books if I wanted to get the whole story, it stands pretty well on it's own.I loved the action, the damaged but not daunted characters and the hot passion and tentative insecurities of a new love.I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from the publisher and I'll definitely be heading back to pick up some of the earlier stories because if you like shifters, alpha males and the women who can more than hold their own against them, you will like this one - a lot.
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