Savage Bond

Savage Bond

by Anne Marsh

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Overview

As a former Dominion warrior and Fallen angel, Vkhin knows how to fight. How to track his prey. And when to deal out death with brutal efficiency. Redemption isn't part of his plans--until he finds himself chasing Ria Morgan through a wasteland. Now, he's hunting for the woman who could restore both his lost wings--and his soul.

Ria Morgan was just doing her job, shooting recon photos of a secret Fallen prison. When her chopper goes down, however, she figures her days are numbered. Until the dark angel hunting her offers her a temptingly seductive deal: bond with him and he'll keep her safe. Safety's tempting--but Vkhin is even more so. Now, Ria will have to choose between long-held loyalties and the wickedly sensual pleasure of Vkhin's touch.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014518963
Publisher: Anne Marsh
Publication date: 04/16/2012
Series: The Fallen , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 118
Sales rank: 588,198
File size: 764 KB

About the Author

Anne Marsh is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more thirty romances. She loves stories about tough guys with marshmallow interiors, protective alphas, and men who live for the women they love. Because you can never have too much of a good thing (hot alpha males… we’re looking at you!), she writes about werewolf Alphas, Viking werebears, US Navy SEALs, and really smoking hot firefighters.

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Savage Bond 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Of the three in the series so far, this book was the weakest. According to the author's website, this is a novella. So perhaps I should not have expected the level of detail in the story. I was really looking forward to seeing what would happen with Vkhin after the last book, but was disappointed when the story was told. The bones of a good story were there, the plot had so much potential. However, the characters were not as fully developed as they were in the other two books. It felt like there were lots of shortcuts. The hero & heroine lacked depth, as did the main villain. The story read as rushed and incomplete.
vampiregirl76 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Fallen angel Vkhin believes he has found the one women who can restore his soul and his wings. He knows he has no business going after her, but he can't resist, the temptation is too great. Photographer Ria Morgan is quite wary, especially when it comes to the dominating fallen angels. Vkhin can offer her safety and pleasure - but will she take it.Great read! At a little over a hundred pages this is a fast read, but also a strong and satisfying one. Savage Bond will delight you with the impending danger and seductive scenes. Vkhin and Ria story was an excellent addition to the series. Not only is this series unique in story and character, but in setting as well. With the exception of New Orleans I get sick of reading stories set in the same old cities. To read a story that's taking place in Russia, is refreshing. If you're looking to feed your fallen angels addiction Savage Bond fits the bill.
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Sympathetic protagonist.
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I really enjoyed this novella It was a great contribution to the Fallen world, tho l did wish it was a full length novel so there was more story I love this series & the characrters & look firward yo book 4!
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This short story was a real let down. It's the third book that Marsh has done involving the 'Fallen' in the first two she establishes rules and conditions for how things needed to come about which she completely disregarded in this book. Also the relationship between the two main characters isn't developed as well as it could have been even taking into consideration that the book itself is so short. In addition to that the plot and its connection to the other books plots is saddly underdeveloped. If she writes more in this series I hope she models them after the first book and not this one. I was extremely disappointed.
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I think this was a great novella and nice to finally see Vkhin's story. It's short but good. I look forward to the next story in the series.