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PURSUED BY THE WANDERING SPIDER by Jackie NachtPursued by the Wandering Spider by Jackie Nacht
Series: Venomous Mates #3
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Science Fiction
Source: Publisher
Reviewed by Lisa

On the brink of starvation Julius and his three human friends are saved by the enemy, venom, the leaders of Mission Territory.  Still recovering and gaining strength Julius is freaking out because each night a stranger appears at his bedroom window no matter what precautions they take.


A wandering spider, Boone is convinced that Julius is his mate and intends to spend each night protecting him.  When he finally introduces himself and his best friend T.L, a spider wasp, the news he brings to Julius isn’t good.  There’s an imminent plot to murder the leadership of Mission Territory.


It’s ironic that Boone was considered a threat and turns out to be their savior after leading Julius, his friends, and their mates to a new home, a hive where a large group of venom and humans peacefully live together.  Fearing that the hive is also in danger Boone, T.L, and Julius are sent to a fire ant colony to enlist their help.  If both groups band together maybe they can reclaim Mission Territory and start over, in peace.


The plot thickens and the excitement builds in this wholly unique series.  An innocent, naïve human is Pursued by the Wandering Spider in book three of the Venomous Mates series.  Boone and his skeptical mate brave deadly enemies in this wild adventure and learn the true meaning of commitment.  Julius realizes that being Pursued by the Wandering Spider ain’t half bad with a passionate mate.  Their mating is complete, the war is still brewing.

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