- File Size: 1840 KB
- Print Length: 181 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1549857185
- Publisher: Superiorland Publishing; 1 edition (June 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073KWFB1H
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,138 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Apex: The Dragon's Mate (Dragon's Blood M.C. Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This is the first book by this author I have read, and... wow. The author bio says he is an editor, but you sure can't tell that based on the misspellings, run-on sentences, mid-sentence tense changes, and just outright awkward turns of phrase rampant on every page. I'd call the characters flat, but that would imply they are two-dimensional; these are more like nondescript stick figures jumping from scene to scene at the whim of the plot. They don't react to situations in any logical way that a real person does. They don't even react to situations based on any recognizable internal logic. As example, in one scene, the doe-eyed, nice-guy main character's response to being abducted by rapists and then witnessing a mass homicide is literally, "Wow, that guy (who just killed everyone) sure is dreamy."
Less a story than an abstracted outline of a story, there is so much exposition that it reads like a 200-page extended blurb from a book jacket rather than a novel. On a whim I tried the second book in the series, The Dragon's Heart: Dragon's Blood M.C. Book 2, but if anything it was even MORE exposition-centric and illogical than the first. It's really frustrating because you can get occasional glimpses of the author's potential, but alas that potential never gets expressed.
It deserves one star, but--and I feel bad saying this but it's the truth--it gets an extra star because it's nonsensical enough to be unintentionally funny in places.
On the other side of the sandwich, each book includes a photo of the author in the bio section, and he is quite cute... so there's that.
Calum is the leader of Clan Keith of Dragon shifters who have spent the last 100 years on a quest to find their true mates. That quest has finally begun to come to fruition in Laramie, Wyoming when Calum meets Chance.
Chance is a human who has never had much of a break. He's been used and discarded by his family and is surrounded by people who hate him. I liked that Chance yearned for the connection that being Calum's mate brought, yet didn't quite know what to do about it since he'd never experienced love much before.
I'm excited to see where this series goes as each of the members of Clan Keith find their mates.
I would love to see more of Dane's story. He was very loyal to Chance and he seemed to be a strong personality who didn't take anything off anyone. Will wait and see what the next book brings.