Matefinder: Next Generation Series by Leia Stone

Matefinder series’ spinoff featuring Aurora & Kai’s children. The story is mainly about Anya with her mate problem, plus the conflict with humans as they are no longer allies.

Title: Matefinder: Next Generation
Author: Leia Stone
Genres: Fantasy > Paranormal > Werewolves / Witches
Read Format: Kindle Edition
Total Pages: 365
Reading Date: 09th October 2023 – 15th October 2023

Book Series In Order

  • 1 Keeper
  • 2 Walker

Keeper

Anya has inherited her mother’s gift. Born in a set of twins, she is the next Matefinder and her brother, Jaxon, is her sworn protector.

But it looks like finding mates for the werewolf kind isn’t what Spirit has in plan for her. And when she starts dreaming about a human guy in trouble, her whole life changes.

With the clock ticking on both of their lives, will Anya be able to do what needs to be done to survive?

*Author note: This is stand-alone series that follows the daughter of Kai and Aurora from the Matefinder series twenty years in the future. It is not necessary to read the Matefinder series first.

My thoughts…

Keeper is an engaging book from the first chapter until the end. Something in the story always piqued my interest, and I can’t stop reading about Anya’s adventures. Unravelling the mystery man in her dream and then her spiritual journey that will completely change her life forever.

I am pleased with the story because it is not often that a spin-off of a series involves the characters from the previous series. This book is so different, and I’m thankful for that because I’ve missed reading the badass characters.

It’s just a shame that the story is short. Otherwise, it would be a five-star book!


Walker

With humans and werewolves on the brink of war, Anya finds herself right in the middle. When she has a terrifying vision, which her Shaman mentor says will come to pass, she stops at nothing to try and save everyone.

Armed with new responsibilities, Anya is stalked by the Skin Walker who wants nothing more than to see her dead. But when her mate, Gavin, starts acting weird and closes down their mate bond, she’s afraid she will lose everything.

My thoughts…

The final story did not disappoint. As usual, the story picked up from where it left off in the first book, and from there, it sailed smoothly with plenty of actions and closing the tale with a satisfying ending. BUT…

I wished the final touch about getting a reading of the mate pairing was for Anya’s twin and not for some random werewolf. Perhaps Leia Stone purposely left it unknown for her future book? Only time will tell.


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