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Werewolf's Claimed (Big City Pack, Book Four)

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  • Posted March 6, 2012

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    Romancing the Book

    Reviewed By~Sabrina
    Review Copy Provided By~Publisher

    This book left me wanting so much more. When the couple meets each other it is really hard to understand the attraction. Werewolves mate fast. We all know that. The need for their mate is supposed to be overwhelming but not to the point where they might hurt their mate. I like that about werewolves. This story really tried really hard to get me to believe that for these characters. But it fell a little flat for me. The human wants to wait. Ok. He's not a werewolf and doesn't understand. Ok. But when the big moment finally comes... I think I was expecting to be overwhelmed... like I was told to wait for something and wanted it to be all the more awesome when it finally happened. The anticipation was supposed to make it better. It didn't. It made me feel cheated. All this is trying to ignore the really cheesy dialogue and two dimensional characters. A character is supposed to grow. That's what makes characters we love and want to read again and again. A werewolf simply getting a mate isn't growth. Saving the mate from death isn't growth. It is supposed to be a catalyst for growth- not the growth itself. Which is why so many stories are plot based- it's easier to write. I didn't see the growth here. I may be wrong in this. If you think so, comment below and let me know where you think the growth is. I will take another look at the story. I promise.

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