- File Size: 2622 KB
- Print Length: 238 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Boruff (September 26, 2018)
- Publication Date: September 26, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07H1BNV73
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,481 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dannan: A Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance (The Unseen Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Dannan is the third book of the Unseen series but the first of this storyline. It's connected in multiple ways with the first two books and a continuation of the Sárkány story with minor contributions from the original characters but the focus is on a new cast and new story. Jen is the main female. Her acceptance into the world of the Unseen, her new reality is admirable. I wish that she didn't focus on her size so much. It detracts from her overall appeal for me. Roan is a lovely man although we didn't get to spend much time with him. I have mixed feelings about Alexander. He's a bit cold and clinical. He made me cringe repeatedly. I can't imagine being attracted emotionally to a man who speaks the way he does. Doryu came across as the best match. Their connection, ease of conversation, and the fun they seem to have together worked well. The other two are kind, successful, and attractive but there didn't seem to be the emotional relationship I need. Sexual attraction is not enough. I'm going to need some actual romance involved in this courting! Jen is equally to blame. She doesn't seem interested in a true relationship/partnership outside of sex as a distraction. I don't know what she's waiting for. She's not in her teens. If she isn't interested in anything permanent period, I am fine with that. That doesn't seem to be the case though, it's more 'not yet'. Now that she has an extended life-span this works but since she didn't know about this until recently, it just seems odd. Her human mindset would not change overnight or even months. Her actions with dating and her parents seem more like a teenager, not a 36-year-old woman.
The story is very promising. I love the concept of the school and can't wait to see how the new threat is handled. This concept is where the book really thrived in my view and I look forward to more.
But this isn't Riley's story, this is all about Jen.
I loved this continuation of the Unseen.
Be warned it ends on a cliffhanger!
Jen is amazing to read. I absolutely love her!
She has 3 love interests; Roan and Alexander (who are Dannon) and Doryu (who is Sarkany).
I did not want this book to end! I wanted more time with Jen and the guys.
I can't wait for the next book to see how the relationships progress and majorly cannot wait to see what happens with the Unseen and the Leyak.
Though I did like how easy it was to follow along, even though sometimes there was a lot of information coming out at once. Or there really was a lot going on and you really needed to be paying attention or you could get lost in the words.
The writing is so powerful and wonderfully done and just so eloquent, honestly. Everything is so easy to read and follow along with, and in this kind of story that really is key.