Audiobook Review: Possession (The Mate Games, #3). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Possession by K. Loraine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

He saved me from a vengeful wolf but became a monster to do it. And now I’ve lost him. My Viking. My Alek.

Locked away in Novasgard, he’s beyond reach. I have no way to find him. No way to tell him about my secret. About the two words that changed everything. To make matters worse, Noah and Caleb want nothing to do with me now that they know.

Two little words, and I’m on the verge of losing them.

My confessor.
My berserker.
My prince.
My Alpha
…the only one remaining by my side.

A couple months ago, my biggest worry was finding my wolf. Now we’re dealing with demons, and fending off attacks from the fae. For every enemy we defeat, more lurk in the shadows.

The one thing they all have in common?

They’re after me.

We’re not safe anywhere, and there’s something dark and powerful inside me. Something only Alek can help me control. I have to get him back, to fix what’s broken between all of us. Because if I’ve learned anything since coming to Ravenscroft, it’s that I’m not going to survive this without my mates.

All four of them.


Sunday and the seals of the apocalypse!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💙💚💜❤️🖤
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📔
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 🤐🤫🫣😍
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Duet Narration – Full Cast

The heroine: Sunday – she came to Ravenscroft University to find her wolf. She found her wolf and so much more than she ever could have imagined. She found four men who she is in love with, though nothing has been easy for her. She has dreams of her mother every night, which often reveal big things about her life, not all of which are good. And she recently found out some huge surprises which will change her life forever.

The Heroes: Noah, Caleb, Kingston & Alek – Noah Blackthorne (a vampire prince who gave up everything for Sunday and branded himself a traitor to be with her), Caleb Gallagher (a vampire and former Priest who can’t stop himself from watching Sunday with her three other men but won’t allow himself to become the fourth), Kingston Farrell (Sunday’s werewolf mate who is home to her and only wants her love), Alek Nordson (a viking berserker demigod (a.k.a. Loki), who is flirty, charming and totally in love with Sunday).

The Story: During a fight against demons, in which Alek turned berserker, he was taken home to Novasgard by his uncle and his father (the warrior of Odin). From the start of this book, we find out more about Alek, especially about what he was doing on Earth at Ravenscroft. He was there on a military mission for his people, keeping up on intelligence about the supernaturals and technology on Earth so Novasgard is not caught unaware in case of an attack.

Kingston Farrell was a surprise in this book. In the first book he was a bully and often mean to Sunday, though we found out how truly hurt and in pain he had been after her rejection of him. I am actually surprised he forgave her so easily. In this book, he totally manned up and stood by Sunday’s side though everything, even when the others left her.

The book is told in multiple points of view via duet narration and narrated by a full cast. This series is narrated by Stella Hunter, Jason Clarke, JF Harding, James Joseph, Aaron Shedlock and a special appearance by Shane East. I have been totally enjoying this series and have been binging it one after another. I wish every book was narrated like this.


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