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Chasing Fate (Copper Creek Shifters Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : March 14, 2019
- File Size : 2744 KB
- Print Length : 172 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07PRZMZWL
- Word Wise : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #48,742 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Other than that, I liked the characters that we've met in Copper Creek and the world is interesting. I will be curious to see where this story takes them all as the series continues.
I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book.
This is the first book in the new Copper Creek Shifters series.
This was a cute short story about a mountain lion shifter that finds his fated mate and chosen family. I really liked the intro to this new series. I felt connected to the town and it's people. I can see lots of potential for fellow clan members to have stories too.
What I felt was missing was more book- it needed a few more chapters. I wanted some more story about the clan and who wanted to join. Maybe that will come in book 2. I also notified the author of some editing errors.
Overall, this was a quick read that satisfied my need for NON-MPREG shifters.
Top reviews from other countries
The storyline also had potential, but fell short and was rushed. The bad guys were easily overcome after being a supposed threat for most of the book, and Chase's father, who he hasn't seen in over 5 years, suddenly appears and not only accepts everything he hated before (Chase being gay for one) but also then says that he did it for Chase's own good and that he had to do this in order for Chase to be respected ad Alpha, that if he'd just inherited the title from his father he would never have been respected. Cue eye-roll please! This was such a disappointing and convenient close out to that plot point. Also very convenient that his father and 2 other Alphas stood by and watched Chase take on the bad guys, appearing once it was all resolved to say job well done and now we can see you know how to protect your pack.
I wanted to like it, I really did as I love a good shifter book and struggle to find any MM ones with substance. Sadly this one fell into that bucket and I think this author should stick to her contemporary works.
The thing I didn't get at all was the drama between Chase and his father. Was there anything at all? The way they behaved around each other in the end made the falling out a few years back (mentioned several times) rather unbelievable.
And the showdown with the 'villain' was underwhelming to say the least. If not for the sexy times in between this could have been a children's book, with the low tension it was emitting.
Overall the editing could have been better. Compared to the rest of the book the last 20% felt rushed and resulted in an abrupt ending.