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I've bought all the Druid series and started the Mer book Ember, however I cannot say I'm a fan, and I'm struggling to get into Ember - a little too much of the same after reading my way through the Druids.
What I didn't like:
I would not have continued reading about one third of the way into the first book if it hadn't been free and a three set primarily because I didn't like the main character - she just irked me from the beginning, can't quite put my finger on why, but the main character being likable either saves or kills a story, and in this one it was close to killing it for me.
I also did not like the way the males were to the women and vice versa. Magic sex does not make abusive relationships love matches and I hate it when the women are so permissive and forgiving of appalling behavior from their men so I hated the tone of the relationships - and as it's the relationships that draw me into the stories, this almost had me hitting the delete button.
I also hate that every female in the story is sluttish. I'm sorry but it just irks me how women seem consistently portrayed as victims or whores in a genre aimed primarily at women. Even the Amazonian females in these books (Lucia and Sania or whatever her name is) are victims and whores which just really annoys me, but any way...
It is a dark series. Nearly every sex scene is violent or rape or dub con and it does warn of this.
What I liked:
The books vastly improved when they switched from first person. Read more ›
The vampires are the superior race humans are the symbolism of cattle to them. Female humans are their breeders, ones with druid blood so enticing to the vamps that they become blood lustful and need to posses them at any cost. Purebred “druids” are the future of the vampire race, with their children allowing them to walk the day and not be shackled to the night. It becomes a biological connection at times body reacting over mind vampire’s controlling your thoughts. I personally found the angle taken absolutely fascinating, as it is a genre I love and haven’t really seen anything out there along the path of this series
As always there is a love triangle or two and as vampire druids are to be bred with 2-3 men to maximise and save the race, a break and an alliance is formed in order to save their “druids” or lady loves from the lustful hands of the other reapers
I had originally downloaded just “Reapers”, never read it and somewhere along the line I downloaded “The Druid Breeders Trilogy” (Reapers, Bled and Harvest) and came across them yesterday and haven’t looked back. Not knowing that the series would continue and finish in cliffhangers just as you’re decided yeah I like this enough (or addicted enough in my case) to read the next book. Read more ›
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