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No Remorse (Heart of a Wolf Book 1) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

MaryLynn Bast moved to Las Vegas in 2010 from Texas, where she grew up. She works as a consultant with a contractor for the US Military, traveling from base to base across the US and around the world. Whenever possible, MaryLynn enjoys spending time with her husband, children and friends. In her free time she writes paranormal fantasies, loves to read and travel.

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  • File Size: 1589 KB
  • Print Length: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Werewolf Tails Publishing (March 26, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 26, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007P6CT9M
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #280,523 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hi and welcome to my Amazon Authors Page. My name is MaryLynn Bast and I write paranormal romances I moved from Texas to Las Vegas in July 2010.

I am currently a full time student working on my Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design. I work as a consultant for a contractor with the US Military, traveling from base to base across the US and around the world. It is thrilling to meet many new people and experience the different cultures.

Since I love all things Paranormal, I Co-Founded C.A.T. Parapsychics. I am an intuitive and work as Case Manager for the group. We are currently in the process of filming our investigations in hopes to be picked up for a TV series.

I am also an active Pet Rescue supporter and recently visited a pet rescue in search of a kitten. After hearing the horrible story of how one cat was treated, I adopted a one and a half year of black cat. Magic won my heart immediately and has trained me very well.

Check out my website for more details of what I do in addition to writing.
www.mlbast.com and www.prn-lv.com


I HAVE PUBLISHED THE FOLLOWING:
March 26, 2012 - No Remorse - Heart Of A Wolf Series - indie published
May 17, 2012 - One Bite To Passion - Sizzler Editions ebook publication
June 7, 2012 - A Justified Kill - Heart of a Wolf Series - Amber's Tale - indie
July 3, 2012 - Werewolf Bound - Heart of a Wolf Series - Adam's Tale - indie
July 17, 2012 - Escaping Dominance - Heart of a Wolf Series - Trina's Tale - indie
July 27, 2012 - Veiled Secrets - Heart of a Wolf Series - Seriana's Tale - indie
Oct 12, 2012 - Realm of Secrets - Heart of a Wolf Series - Schadoh's Tale - indie
May 3, 2013 - Steamy Fairy Tales - indie

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Amber is a werewolf with very peculiar powers. She's spent her life on the run, working odd jobs and living out of motels, all to evade the werewolf pack that murdered her mother's family. But when her teenage crush, Blake, ends up in mortal danger, Amber swings into action--and so does their firestorm romance.

With her old pack and the Council of werewolves at her heels, Amber must fight to protect her new pack, and to survive.

Like vampires, werewolves have seen more than their fair share of literary action in the last decade--Twilight, the Sookie Stackhouse novels, Harry Potter--you get the picture. That said, No Remorse is exactly what you would expect in the era of True Blood and Underworld: a novel about werewolves living among us in packs, who change at the full moon, and who terrorize their human prey.

I do think there is a place for a novel like No Remorse in today's literary world. Werewolves are well-loved, and there is undoubtedly still a market for them. Unfortunately, the craft of No Remorse fails to live up to expectations.

Like many independent publications (No Remorse is published by Bast's independent publishing house, Werewolf Tails Publishing), I think the problem boils down to a lack of professional editing--it shows in the story development, frequent typos, and basic punctuation mistakes. Early in the novel, Bast struggles with the stretching and collapsing of time. She gives the early years of Amber's life the summary treatment, missing a great opportunity to build the reader's empathy. Similarly, Amber's love interest, Blake, is introduced in a single sentence: "Since arriving at the school a couple weeks after she had, Blake had been a true friend and she trusted him.
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I absolutely adore paranormal romance, especially shifters. So, when the author asked me to be a part of her blog tour, there was no hesitation on my end! When I sat down to read this, it was with the anticipation that this book would be absolutely awesome. It sounded really, really great, however, I was a little disappointed. Not to the point that I didn't thoroughly enjoy the book, but it was, in the beginning, not what I was expecting.

The beginning of the story jumps right into Amber viciously killing her prey: a man on a camping trip alone. I don't like that. However, as Amber's story progresses, things fall into place, knowing how her family was killed, and what she endured as child, I could really see where she needed to do the things she did. As she runs from the danger, doing anything she can to survive, the intensity of the story picks up.

When she runs into Blake, a boy she adored when she was younger, and realizes that she needs to help save him as he did her, the romance sparks, and Amber will do anything to protect him, and the pack she now belongs to. Her wolf abilities aren't like others and she knows what she needs to do to protect those she cares about, and has no remorse in what she does.

With twists and turns that keep the reader on the edge of their seat, you can definitely fall in love with Amber and Blake. With secondary characters that complete the heart of the story, this wild ride is just the start to what is sure to be a fantastic new series. Despite the beginning when I didn't enjoy it as much, I still recommend this book with 4 Books! I can't wait to see what Ms. Bast has in store for her new fans next :).

*This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review*
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Amber is left on her own after her mother is taken away and returned to the council. She hasn't shifted yet and really knows nothing about being a werewolf even though she is a born wolf.

She is sent to an orphange for wolves who have no homes or are not wanted. She makes friend with Blake and soon turmoil with other wolves forces her out of the home and Blake helps her escape.

While out running her wolf watches and a car goes off the road and Amber goes to investigate. She knows she should not get involved but she is drawn to the smell of blood. Her choice to check out the car sets off a chain reaction that will change her life.

It took me a few pages to get into the book. The opening I thought was a little long and I got bored and wanted the story to move along. Once we got past the first 30 or so pages the book picks up.

This is not a YA book, there are a few sex scenes. The first I enjoyed but the next few a actually ended up skimming through. I like sex in my books, even strong sexual tension will do if it's done right. But doing it right also applies to stories having several sex scenes. You need variety in order to keep the readers attention and keep it steamy. I felt like they did the same thing but in a different location and added a move or two.

I did however like the spin that were put on Amber's abilities. I like that she was strong and even though she didn't understand how to be a werewolf she had no fear and would not be bullied.

There is mention of vampires (and a small appearance of one) and other shifters but they didn't get any time in this book.

I liked it a bit more than OK in most spot, so I'll give it a 3.5 Stars. It's closer to a 4 than a 3.
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