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Eyes Like a Wolf

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  • Posted January 28, 2013

    I love this author so you can understand my disappointment with

    I love this author so you can understand my disappointment with this book. The story line was a bad choice. The mother was molested as a child and when she had a daughter was determined her daughter, Rache, would not experience the same fate due to their paranormal ethnic background. When Rache was seven her mom took her away from her dad and adopted brother and told her never to see either again. Rache grew up taught to forget her past and anything supernatural about her. When she is 24, three years after her mother died her adopted brother finds her. She is engaged but strongly attracted to her "brother" . She feels horrible guilt and self loathing over what she believes her unnatural lusts for her brother, even though there is not blood relation, and they haven't been siblings since she was little. He loves and needs her to break the curse, and she loves him but refuses to look at him as the man he is. I don't like how she makes Richard her "brother" feel because she feels guilty about her own attraction to him. She accuses him of attempted rape, and them when she gives in under horrible conditions she takes it out on him even though he explained the consequences. I really love Richard because he is so kind, patient, and amazing. He loves her and tries to be his best for her. I can't stand her because she is too stubborn, and selfish to realize that she is only hurting them both more then necessary. I love this author but this was a crappy book. I don't care if it had a happy ending, the middle was so full of frustration that I just couldn't enjoy this book and I don't recommend it. Try any other of her books and you will get great books but avoid this one. 

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