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Clay's Hope (Judgement of the Six Companion Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – April 25, 2015
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Welcome to the Judgement of the Six Companion series! This series has the same characters as the Judgement Series, but each book is told from the men's point of view. Don't think that means the books are a rehash of the same thing you've already read...remember, there are two sides to every story!
And if you haven't read the Judgement Series, don't worry. You can still enjoy the Companion series.
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*****WARNING***** Side effects of this book include excessive swooning, werewolf envy, irrational laughter and tears, and the frequent urge to buy a pink swimsuit.
The only known cure is joining Melissa Haag's Facebook Groups. Where nuttiness is encouraged and nurtured.
I don't know that Emmitt and Luke would need companion novels to their corresponding books in the Judgement series since they could speak for themselves (or at least were easier to get to know. But, I am glad to have read this.
Clay is written well. Lots of times I've read "extras" from the male romancer's perspective & it devolves into him worrying about the twitching if his man parts. This was a thoughtful story of a gentleman in love & wanting to respectfully get to know & woo his lady.
Clay...He has always been Forlorn and alone on his own. This is how he likes to be. Clay comes to help this pack with a potential mate for one of the wolves. He wasn't expecting to become mated himself. I loved being able to read Clay's POV and see what Clay really did during the day when he wasn't with Gabby and a lot of questions were answered.I didn't think I could love Clay anymore than I already did, but this book proved to me that I was wrong. One thing that irked me is that Clay didn't talk until the end of the book! However, when Clay says "If I'd spoken, even just one word, I would have never been able to hold back what I felt for you. You would have run." it explains why he didn't talk.
Gabby... This was a little different because I had known Gabby's story already. I still loved her character and still wanted to throw things at her when she talked or did things before she thought.
This was a great book and I look forward to reading more of Melissa Haag's work!I dont normally read companion books, but since Clay didnt talk, this was very fitting and needed to be told. I am not sure if he will now talk more in the Judgement of the Six, but if he does, I am not sure I will like this series as much. We will have to see!
Anyone who loves paranormal romance with wolves, and a mystery, go purchase this book now!
This book couldn't even be bothered to change a lot of the wolf names and concepts Stephanie Meyer used to put herself on the map with Twilight. That aside, this book was just 250 pages of incessant ramble. For 240 pages, the main female character, Gabby, had no interest in the main werewolf. Clay, and then on page 241 she's making out with him and claiming him as her mate. There's also the side wolf Clay is jealous of, a copper haired man werewolf with a British accent who constantly calls Gabby "Love". Thanks, Edward Cullen.
Gabby has some weird ESP thing going on. She can read your light. Not your aura, but your light. Confused? Don't worry, you'll stay that way as her perception is never fully explained nor does it move the plot.
Still clueless as to why a man who can turn into a werewolf but wears a beard as a human bothered Gabby so much. She didn't like it, but never really said she didn't like it or why.
Not only would I not recommend this book to others, I'd also not seek out anything else written by this author.