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- Book 3 of 3 in Playing with Monsters
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About the Author
Amelia lives in the great Pacific Northwest with her family. When not writing, she loves everything paranormal and everything romance.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- Publication date : January 1, 2019
- File size : 4560 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 353 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Publisher : Amelia Hutchins (January 1, 2019)
- ASIN : B07M9G2RD9
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #22,394 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I’m a fan of series, but I grew tired of this book near the end. Too many unanswered questions, it’s the norm with the author’s books. I get that, and knew that at the start, but I purchased the books anyway. However, as I read the story of Lena and Lucian I found I wanted the conclusion. To know what he was and that there would be an end.
Even with that written there really are so many characters to love in this series, Spyder is by far my favorite, but he like Lucian is shrouded is secrecy about what they truly are. The book is great with twists and turns, but at some point in this series, which I can guess will be at least 4-5 books, there has to be an end. Well, there will be an end for me.
Lena comes back, angry as expected. She lost so much, sacrificed so much to protect those she loves. Lucian has to fight to get back in her good graces, but he has secrets. She has Hades and Lucifer waiting if she chooses those paths.
As she fights from within herself she must learn to control what she is...and Lucian is the only being that can help her do that. It involves lust, anger, and so much more.
Kendra is present, but not lurking like the last book. She is still pregnant with the child of pure evil, or one of those in this book that is evil.
With the pending birth of Kendra’s child comes more drama and life and death decisions that will force Lena’s hand.
In the end tragedy happens, bonds appear to be broken between friends and family.
The book doesn’t end here, and we get another glimpse into what Lucian is, but we’re left unsure of what exactly he is. And...more secrecy from him. The book ends there.
Here are my pros and cons for this book.
You’ll love the characters.
Lucian is alpha and loves Lena.
Lena is strong and a fighter.
Family, characters from past books and this one intermingle for one cause to save each other and what they believe in, which is family.
The series seems to have no end.
Grammar mistakes. There are a few, but overall the writing is good.
I love fiction, but all too often even fiction/sci-fi characters lack diversity. Not everyone is blond, with straight hair, petite, with blue, or green eyes. Not all men are tall, muscular, and white. It would be nice to read a character having brown skin - not bronze (that can mean many things). Or even having coarse hair, or braids.
This may be shocking, but it’s okay for fictional sci-fi characters to have beautiful brown skin, beautiful brown eyes, and thick beautiful coarse hair too.
I’m pretty certain this review will offend some, because the truth hurts, but it’s my truth as a customer of the series.
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This book was So repetitive. If we heard once Lena hated Lucian because he had thrown her away, how she gave her life and sacrificed herself and baby for the world, How she couldn’t forgive him, how he wouldn’t lose her again, we heard it a million times. Then there were the glares, and smirks, so tedious. It got so boring. Lena had her annoying immature moments in the previous book but I struggled to find anything to like about her in this one. Even the entity she became wasn’t particularly likeable as she didn’t own it. The story didn’t really progress significantly until the last chapter. Like the last book in this serious, this was in need of a good editor to keep the story on track and reduce repetitiveness. Although I didn’t particularly enjoy this book and was bored silly for most of it, I am so invested in the story and Fae Chronicles now that I will still read the next instalment.
Unfortunately, this one was a bit of a mess.
The characters emotions were inconsistent and all over the place. The sex scenes were randomly placed and came out of nowhere with no build up. The mythology was confusing, mainly because it seemed like the author hadn't made concrete decisions about what Lena could do, and her power level.
Whilst Lucian's mythology is hinted at, there aren't actually any clues.
Most of the first half of the novel are just long blocks of monologue from Lena and Lucian about how they love each other and have sacrificed etc etc, but whilst the dynamics of the relationship should have completely changed it was so samey that I actually got bored.
This edition just left me wanting more. Normally Hutchins books have an addictive quality, a sensual edge and hollow belly feeling from sharing the characters pains. I felt none of that with this one.
It was poorly plotted and the characters didn't seem to actually react to anything that was happening. I think there should have been more dialogue between the characters. More development.
I hope the next one is better.
Lena made me fall in love with her even more in this book than in all the others. She's just so perfectly imperfect. Lucian's complete match. And even more, his doomed salvation.
Lucian on the other hand, what in ever-loving Gods and Furies did he whisper in her ear at the end? And seriously, Death and Lucian having a meeting; baby Harbinger alive? Boom - brain explosion, again.
I loved every second of reading these books. Especially, this one. It had something more to it than the previous two. Something darker, more consuming, scarier, earth-shattering and thrilling. My heart broke over and over again for Lena. But, it also broke for Spyder - who the Hell is he? What is he? I know we all what to know what Lucian is but Spyder is something close to whatever Lucian is if he's the one L. trusts so much. Argh! I need more.
I can't wait to see how the story unfolds in Book 4.
Your heart breaks for Lena as she struggles to come to terms with what she is now and the loss of her child; especially when around her pregnant sister (you'll need tissues) She's so strong though, and not just physically; she's the perfect match for Lucian now, and she can kick arse.
As for Lucian *dreamy sigh* For someone who he claims is unable to love he does a damn good job of it. Whatever he is, and believe me you are not alone in DYING TO KNOW WHO/WHAT HE IS?! I hope we find out soon because the suspense is killing me!
An absolute must-read.
Note to the author - it's about time Zahruk and Spyder each found their special "One" and had their own nights of passion - they deserve it, especially Zahruk!!