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- Print Length: 229 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075ZLLW3D
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,486 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Bad Seed: An Imp World Novel (Northern Wolves Book 4) Kindle Edition
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In this case shifter (she's not a wolf, or indeed
anything normal exactly) Tupper Mills has one last chance
to fit into a pack or face the end: put down as a menace
to all those around her. The alpha accepting her runs
the military style pack we've only seen glimpses of so
far, and is not exactly a normal wolf shifter himself.
As these two truly and somewhat lost souls find each other,
the overarching plotline of humans hunting weres with
deadly magical ammunition continues to unfold, and Mill's
only friend is in sudden danger...
While entertaining enough, I thought this book to be the
weakest of the Norten Wolves arc so far. We simply don't
get enough of a feel for how screwed up and dangerous Mills
is -- a lot of "told but not shown", and the attraction to
the Alpha develops too quickly.
The romance between Jake and Tupper felt rushed. They kind of immediately jumped into "I love you" stage, and there wasn't an explanation on whether they were true mates or not. It was vaguely insinuated, but that's it.
I still loved the book, and read it in one sitting! It can be read standalone, but strongly recommend reading the others first. A character is raped and the scene is described. I definitely suggest reading this book unless the above makes it uncomfortable.
There's only one thing - there's a hint about the final part of the book that if you're familiar with these works, especially from this author, you might catch it. If not, maybe even better.
About the book? No story here from me, there's enough storyline in the description. I will say this: You've got humor, violence, sex (pretty explicit but not trashy); you've got love, tenderness, and maybe the baddest ass character in anything like this. You have the misunderstood hero, as it turns out, and all of the things it takes to make a book like this just plain AWESOME!
However, none of this should come in the least as a surprise because after all, it is a Debra Dunbar book.