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I don¿t know where to begin with this book. So many things happe
Selene, the helpful white wolf in the previous book, has a vendetta to settle against Nick, commander of the Alpha Pack. Nick knows all too well why his daughter is here and his heart is filled with both happiness and dread. They have a tangled past which slowly unfolds in the book.
There’s know adjustment period needed between Zan and Selene discovering they are bondmates. Since Selene is a born wolf, she understands matehood and while reluctant at first with the way she was claimed, she quickly accepts Zan as her mate.
We are also treated to another mystery in this book. Someone is turning vampires rogue and using them to destroy the Alpha Pack. The traitor is revealed and many other things as well. The past literally comes back to bite Nick in the ass. Vampires are introduced to the series as The Alpha Pack ally with them in order to find out who is creating the rogues. Oh, and Kalen and Mac have their baby who is also completely spoiled by his Uncle Sariel, a Seelie prince and Kalen’s half-brother.
I enjoyed this book more than the previous one. But there were so many story lines going I felt like many things were left unfinished. This might have been the author’s intention in order to continue the lines throughout the series. The plot was very entertaining and I really liked learning more about Nick. And the ending of the book leads us to believe that his story will be next. I’m really looking forward to it.
***I received an ebook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
posted by ehaney578 on March 12, 2014Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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posted by Anonymous on April 1, 2014Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 1, 2014
This was my first book by this author and it was a few pages of story in between many pages of sex. I noticed that most of the glowing reviews were from readers receiving free copies. B&N needs to stop allowing the feebees to rate since nobody will give a fair and truthful opinion as long as their books are free. I've never seen a bad review from these readers. B&N makes money from these phony reviews.
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Posted July 3, 2014
Its ok. I'll continue the series but...
The premise for the series and the books are good. They sound intriguing. The dialogue and character development could use some improvement. For one, the one bige obtacle for Zan was his hearing loss. This could have ,should have been, such a good challenge to overcome in a world of typically physically perfect paranormal beings. Instead its magically fixed almost instantly in the beginning after only a dip of the toe into the problem. I'd also have liked to see Selene portrayed less like an infantile child lashing out and more like the adult child she is with a serious conflict about her parent. Next, the instant attraction between mates is one thing but this is a weird sudden leap to total familiarity and intimacy with stranger mixed with some awkward get to know you dialogue just feels odd. Its been done better by other authors, even in other books of Tyler's. But the story line of the series is promising and i like the characters. I'm hoping the writing will improve as the series develops so i do think its a decent read for its potential.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 15, 2014
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