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The Amazon Chronicles: A Collection Paperback – October 11, 2013
"Jungle Heat was like a quick escape to a secret world. It was exciting and a little different from the typical shifter story." - The Romance Reviews
"[Jungle Fire is] a fast-paced story that is filled with a sexual tension between Kyle and Rubia that you can almost feel and a lot of action." - The Romance Studio
"I liked both Rubia and Kyle... their romantic connection was hot. Readers looking for a pleasant half hour read will enjoy Jungle Fire." - The Romance Reviews
About the Author
Sarah Mäkelä loves her fiction dark, magical, and passionate. She is a paranormal romance author, but she's written all over the romance spectrum with cyberpunk, sci-fi, fantasy, urban fantasy... even a sweet contemporary romance! A life-long paranormal fan, she still sleeps with a night light. In her spare time, she reads sexy books, watches scary movies and Ghost Adventures, and plays computer games with her husband. When she gets the chance, she loves traveling the world too. Find her online at www.sarahmakela.com.
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It is good to see a story on Colin. We got to meet him in a previous book. I always found him and his sister very interesting since he was a werewolf and she was a werecat. Colin has been through so much. Here he was trying to escape all the painful memories. I believe a good way to describe what he was going through would be to say he had PTSD. It is bad when a human suffers from this, just think how dangerous it is for a werewolf to suffer from this. See, Colin was battling with memories of being caged and experimented on, plus being put in a situation that cause him to turn an innocent human girl. The pain and guilt that he carried with him. It was tearing him and his wolf apart.
I found this story quit interesting since I have never read any story on a Selkie. Unna must have had a lot of emotions. In truth she had no reason to trust humans. Her mother had been captured by a human. Unna believed her mother was dead and she watched her father grieve for so long. So to decide to come to land to for a little adventure had to be hard. I guess since she knew she was going to be forced into mating with a male Selkie it helped make her decision.
The last thing Colin wanted in his life was a woman. He feared of keeping his wolf intake and the thought of hurting or killing someone weighted heavy on him. He was so scared of his wolf completely taking over and losing to this wolf for good. In a way I not certain Colin gave himself enough credit.
It is not long before Unna finds herself in serious danger. I often found myself screaming at her not to be so trusting. Colin is a type of person that cannot stand by and let an innocent woman be hurt, plus there is something about Unna that calms his wolf.
I am not going to tell you if he ends up with the girl but I will tell you that the way the book ended it will have you wondering what the future books in the series will bring.
I am a big fan of this author's work and this series. One of the things i adored about this book is that it is based in Scotland and that the talking was writing how you would hear it, being from Scotland but not living there in 16 years it gave me a slice of home and eased the fact I miss it every day. It also gave me an insight and impressed me even more with the correct way to talk and the descriptions of the scenery were so on point and through the words you get transported to the beauty of Scotland no matter where you live. This shows the awesome talent that this author has for being able to spin a Tale that is fantasy but feels so real that you feel like you are there with the characters and going through everything with them.
I adored this storyline with what I have mentioned earlier in this review but also the fact that the one character is a Selkie. I love when authors write about Scottish Mythology as it doesn't seem to be written about much compared to mythology from other parts of the world that seem more popular and I love myths and legends from you home country. I also loved the characters and how they interacted with each other, on the surface their traits and polar opposite but when you scratch the surface you can see how much they are meant to be and how they fit together so well. My Heart really goes out to Colin in this book, he has been through so much before this book but being the honourable man that he is he takes himself away to try and control his Beast and still be the man he desperately wants to be. He is extremely caring and protective to those that he has opened his heart to and will put himself in harm's way to keep them safe. I also loved Unna, in a lot of ways she is very naive and innocent but you soon realise she has a strength running inside of her and she will always do what she feels is the right thing to do.
Readers most definitely need to read this book, I would definitely recommend reading the previous booking this series beforehand as it gives you a definite insight in what has happened before this book. I can't recommend this book and this author highly enough!!!
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