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Corliss Rumdone hides behind her status as Healer to avoid the normal wolf pack hierarchical challenges. A forced mating changes the course of her life. Instead of Raymond, the beta wolf selected for her, she mates with Liam—her best friend and heir to the Alpha pair.Liam whisks them away to a shifter retreat so they can allow the mating bond to settle in private. But inteCorliss Rumdone hides behind her status as Healer to avoid the normal wolf pack hierarchical challenges. A forced mating changes the course of her life. Instead of Raymond, the beta wolf selected for her, she mates with Liam—her best friend and heir to the Alpha pair.Liam whisks them away to a shifter retreat so they can allow the mating bond to settle in private. But interference from those seeking power and two terminal children arouse past hurts and challenge their new relationship. Even their home is not the haven it should be as Liam must watch Corliss fight for the right to remain his mate. For one healer, death becomes a weapon to balance life....

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ISBN : 6975543
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Number of Pages : 465 Pages
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  • LT - Book Lovers 4Ever
    2019-04-02 04:42

    Corliss is a shifter wolf healer and low in the standing of her pack. Her mother is powerful but she chose a weaker mate. So when Corliss befriended the Alphas son she knew her dreams of being his mate would never come true. Then one day while waiting for her forced mating to happen the man of her dreams was walking towards her to take the place of the man of her nightmares.Liam has wanted Corliss every since they were children and she tried to adopt him while he was in wolf form. But he didn't want to go against his father's wishes by interrupting the arranged mating he had set up for Corliss. But after watching her from the shadows he noticed her mate to be never showed. Liam saw this as his chance to have everything he ever wanted and save Corliss from being stood up. The only cost is they must leave their pack for two whole weeks because the mating bond can be broken in the first two weeks only.

  • rm2h
    2019-03-30 10:06

    This book was great. I bought her other 3 books because of this one.

  • Sonja
    2019-04-08 07:50

    Very nice world-building, which I always expect from Beth. Quick, enjoyable read!

  • Martha Cheves
    2019-03-27 06:41

    Healer’s Fate – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat‘Liam couldn’t watch the ceremony that would mate Corliss to someone else. He could’ve challenged for her, but that meant fighting his father – the ruling wolf, who was neither a tyrant nor senile. Both of them in their prime, a fight would have ended in one of their deaths, and he couldn’t justify the loss of life.Not even for her. Unable to keep control of his world, Liam let the animal free to seek solace in the forest. Except every tree, every scent roused memories of her, and the wolf circled back towards the clearing, towards the woman who should be his.’Liam and Corliss, as well as the others in the pack, are “shifters” which means they have the ability to shift from human form to wolf form and back. Corliss has been promised as a mate for Raymond but has secretly given her heart to Liam. So when Raymond doesn’t appear at the mating ceremony, Corliss finds herself embarrassed by being left at the “ceremony” but also relieved, that is until Liam steps in to save the day.Healer's Fate is a touching love story that brings together two beautiful souls bonding them into one, as it should be among all humans. But it also picks up the animal aspect of life. My reading of Healer’s Fate brought me closer to the understanding of pack animals. It answered my question of "What and who is the alphas and how is that rank acquired within the pack?" Through the writing of Beth Caudill and the characters of Liam and Corliss, I felt as if I was an insider watching pack rituals being performed and explained. This book isn’t for children due to some of the explicit scenes and language but it’s a beautiful book for adult who enjoy reading an enticing love story now and then.2009Whispers PublishingASIN B002R9YYF4100 pages

  • Jackie
    2019-04-04 12:07

    Corliss is being forced into a marriage she desperately does not want. When her intended doesn’t show the Alpha’s son, Liam, takes his place. Corliss is shocked because Liam is her best friend and long time crush. She can’t imagine how this will be permitted when she is so low in the pack hierarchy and he is the Alpha’s son. Liam has a plan. He takes Corliss away so that they can finish the mating bond without being bothered by any of the pack. Corliss at first thinks Liam is doing this a some sort of joke until he realizes that she is who he has always wanted and couldn’t stand her being forced to marry anyone else. While they are on their hideaway a few challenges come up. She must try to heal two children and a sorcerer tries to take her powers. Not to mention the moment they return, Corliss is challenged to the death to be Liam’s mate. Can the challenges these two meet strengthen their bond or will it tear them apart?This was a really enjoyable read. I liked the love story that was mixed so well in with the paranormal. This is definitely a relatable story to any woman who has ever loved someone and hoped that one day they would say they loved them too. The depth of Corliss’s character and the growth of Liam’s was done so well you could almost see how the mating effected them both. This is a fairly quick and easy ready but it’s so well done you really hope that Beth Caudill does more. I know I’d love to see more of Corliss and Liam along with their friends. Overall, it is a good read that any PR fan will enjoy

  • Barbara Watts
    2019-03-24 11:04

    I forgot I bought this book in 2014 it was good then and is at this reading.Corliss Rumdone a Healer tries to avoid the normal wolf pack hierarchical challenges but the Alpha makes an arranged match for her. Instead of Raymond--the beta of the pack who doesn't appear at the mating ceremony, Corliss finds herself embarrassed, but also relieved, that is until Liam who she secretly loves steps in to save her.Liam takes her away to his retreat but things are not going alright. Will everything turn out for them?

  • Sam Spencer
    2019-04-12 06:50

    Sexy? YesUnderlying danger? YesMessage not to judge people to be what they appear? Oh you bet your sweet bunsEnding? Sucky and abrupt.There's always a sad part to every great story, in this one, it was that the writer ended it too soon.

  • Amber
    2019-03-23 04:03

    Don't let my rating stop you, this is a very competently written book with some interesting world building, it just didn't engage me enough for my liking. in spite of that I would recommend it to fans of the genre. okay for Aayesha.

  • Itsy Bitsy Book Bits
    2019-03-31 12:02

    “Healer’s Fate” is the first novella in a collection of stories called the Paranormals of Arilase by Beth Caudill. This short story takes the reader to a paranormal world where werewolves, witches and dwarves roam free. Corliss is an up and coming healer in her werewolf pack. The story begins with Corliss waiting for Raymond, the mate selected for her, to arrive at their mating ceremony. Her emotions are mixed as she knows it is pack law that dictates who she must mate with, but her heart belongs to the pack leader’s son, Liam. They always played together as wolves, but he rarely speaks to Corliss in human form, so she doesn’t know of his feeling for her. Liam discovers that Raymond has run away and Liam refuses to let Corliss be shamed by this, so he decides to take Raymond’s place in the ceremony. The leaders are away, so Liam is able to complete the ceremony with Corliss, who can hardly believe her own luck. Since Liam is an Alpha male, he and Corliss know there will be issues with the pack discovering they have mated. They must defend their love for each other and protect their future. I enjoyed this story a lot more than I originally thought I would. I don’t typically care for werewolf stories, but decided to give it a shot. I’m really glad I did! This story, however short, gives an interesting look at a world where the paranormal is actually normal. My only issue with the story is that it didn’t really feel like it had a full ending. There was resolution to certain aspects of the story, but it felt like it just stopped. Sometimes, you need to leave people wanting more though! So I give “Healer’s Fate” four stars!

  • Jasmyn
    2019-03-21 09:39

    This one just didn't hit the spot for me. There was so much that I needed to know more about, or that just didn't quite add up. Corliss is the pack healer, which seems to be a very honored and special position, and yet she isn't treated that way. She seems to be looked down upon and is being forced into a mating she doesn't want.Thankfully, her old friend Liam steps in and takes his place in the mating ceremony instead. I was good through here. It's what happens when they go on their "honeymoon" that I just had a hard time with. A random group of wolves seems to have it out for Corliss, we find out somewhat of a reason later, but at the time it occurs, it was just confusing.While they are trying to figure out what is going on - even though they don't really know anything is going on - there's a family with two children that are dying and Corliss isn't able to save them. This seems like it was just thrown in to take up space and give her something to do later in the story as well.There were some good moments, but overall this one fell flat for me. Things weren't tied together well and the bad guys were a little too erratic and out of the blue.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-27 04:04

    it was cute I loved that he choose the unlikely one ( and was in love with her since childhood) and saved her from embracement. i would read her again

  • Mike
    2019-04-11 10:59

    Weak wolf but powerful healer yearns for the Alpha-to-beThis novella provides a simple but somewhat different fantasy feel to the typical wolf shifter mating dynamics, adding in magic and hints of other races such as dwarves. A relatively quick read, it's not bad as an alternative, fantasy diversion.