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Just call me fate's fool.

I've given advice to half the town through my weekly advice column, but I can't seem to take any of those great gems and apply them to my own life. Namely: Just get over him, already!

I've spent two years pining after an arrogant playboy of an alpha, watching him flirt with every unattached omega in town. All the while, my wolf has been howling at me to do something, to make this right. 

Because, that playboy is my fated mate. 

And at long last, he's turned his attention back to me, chatting me up, acting like we never shared the most magical night of my life. I never thought he could be so cruel.

But now, I realize the truth - he's not trying to be an asshole.

He just doesn't remember me. 

And I don’t know what to do about that.

Should I guard my heart...or give him a second chance?

Welcome to Blackwater, Montana - a small town with a big personality, where shifters and humans coexist. Claiming My Enemy is a dual point of view, shifter mpreg audiobook with a guaranteed happy ending. The fourth in this series, this audiobook can also be enjoyed as a stand-alone.

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 2021-02-07

Flirty Enemies to lovers romance!

This was a sweet and flirty enemies to lovers opposites attract romance!

I absolutely loved listening to this one. The narration was great. The storyline was compelling and the characters were engaging.

I loved the fun and flirty banter with all the feels!
Such a great listen.

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  • Tarrance
  • 2021-02-22

Enemies to Fated Mates

*Includes spoilers*

This is the 4th book in the series, but can completely be listened to as a standalone. Nash is a partying playboy, and in my opinion, an alcoholic even though shifters can’t suffer from those types of illnesses and addictions. He oftentimes drinks until he blacks out and doesn’t remember his actions during those times, and one of those times was his first sexual experience with Holden where they become fated mates. Nash has a long journey to get Holden to even talk to him or l
even like him, and it all comes to a head when they run into each other in a restaurant and their relationship changes. Liam Kingsley is a new-to-me author and I think the writing is good and the premise of the book was good, but some parts of the book felt rushed and made it a little confusing to understand timelines. A good example was the time from when Holden conceives and then has the babies. Toward the end of the book, the story seemed rushed. I wish they spent more time on Nash getting over his alcoholism, the relationship building between him and Holden, and i wish Nash’s reunion with his father wasn’t just in the epilogue. That felt like a huge component of what made Nash act the way he did that was overlooked. All in all, it was a good story and I’d recommend it for those who like mpreg/shifters.

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  • Reading*Renee
  • 2021-02-17

A Rocky Fated Mates Second Chance Romance

Alpha shifter Nash is an unabashed playboy businessman with problems, and Omega shifter Holden his forgotten one-time hookup and fated mate. With the hurt and shame of this unintended rejection looming over them, their relationship gets off to rocky start that's followed by plenty of passion and tests of their love and commitment. Their family-centered HEA (there's Mpreg) is hard-won and satisfying, though I do wish time had been devoted to Nash overcoming substance abuse given its massive importance in the storyline.

This was my first trip to Blackwater but I had no issues following along. Narrator Austin Jay delivered a solid performance that made for an enjoyable listen. I received this free review copy audio book by request and have left this honest review voluntarily.

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  • Denise
  • 2021-02-13

great story

very well written and the narration very well done. enemies to lovers fated mate story. I feel like I was seeing the story take place. I will be reading more from this author.

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  • JKS
  • 2021-02-13

Holden and Nash

Claiming My Enemy is book 4 in the Blackwater Pack series. This is an enjoyable enemies to lovers, second chance story. Holden and Nash are fated mates, too bad Nash doesn't remember their night together. Nash is a bit of a playboy and drinker, and doesn't always remember who he spends his nights with. This is an emotional rollercoaster as Holden gives Nash a second chance and they find their happy ending together.
Narrator Austin Jay does a fabulous job. I really enjoy his narrations.

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  • LacrYmosa Wolford
  • 2021-02-09

Not a bad narration

I definitely enjoyed the story the second time around. The narrator did a decent job at making the characters more realistic for me. And as always Liam Kingsley did a great job at writing.

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  • The Book Wench
  • 2021-02-08

As painful and heartwarming as when I read it

I really like both Nash Underwood and Holden Edwards. Each man's issues are real and significant, and the pain they both feel because of Nash's betrayal is also the thing that, once healed, brings them closer together than they expected. Once the wound of their separation begins to close, both Nash and Holden can breathe enough to learn about the other, to build a proper fated-mate relationship. Nash's past catches up with him more than once in this story, and he's never allowed to forget that the choices he made, particularly in the two years between the first and second time he meets Holden, will forever be a scar on his soul. Some things can never be forgotten, even when they are forgiven. The narration was fine, allowing me to hear the characters in a way I didn't hear them when I read it for myself.

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  • LilMommi
  • 2021-02-08

Not My Favorite

Listening to this is only slightly better, then reading the book. The narrator helped bring out the characters, but the storyline is what I can't enjoy.

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  • Lexi Zieve
  • 2021-02-07

Claiming My Enemy

I enjoyed this book a lot though I definitely wanted to smack a certain someone over the head for being an idiot and a drunk. Holden and Nash were great once they actually got to be together. Nash definitely had to redeem himself and prove he was better than he’d been acting. I definitely wanted to hug Holden a bunch of times and protect him from things Nash would do. I was glad Nash finally realized he had a problem and was willing to do things to try to fix it. This book had quite a few emotions in it and I enjoyed their love story even if they had a lot to over come.

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  • Heather R
  • 2021-02-06

Great book, narration did not disappoint

I had read this book before I listened so I was really nervous that the narration wasn’t going to bring out the intensity of the emotions that reading the book did but I was not disappointed. The story is great and the Narration was very good at letting the emotions of the main characters come through, which was vitally important with this story line.