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- Publisher: Jean D Walker (July 4, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 4, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07F9BZ95W
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And addressing another point of the story: eewwww!!! Those scenes with the Chimmer after they were deliberately dosed with the Khagrish virus were sickening. Also, the neoChimmer, as Nicolle dubbed them, were very scary, parasitic-like as they later became. I won't give anything further away about the plot, but I very viscerally dislike those creatures. They are evil and uncaring about who or what they hurt and I plainly understand why humanity is in the middle of a war with them.
The very end of the book came as a huge surprise and now I can't wait to read about what will happen afterward. Gabe's story is up next and I wonder who he'll be paired with since there are no female Badari. Perhaps Flo? Or will it be someone else? Fingers crossed that the next book will come out soon!
Right off the bat, we can see how Darik might be slightly different then the other Badarin men we’ve been introduced to in the first 3 books. The "lone wolf" description that his brothers have given him is very fitting as he doesn't feel as pulled to "pack life" as the rest.
Ms. Scott is a pro when it comes to beautiful writing. Her style flows like music and it's so easy to get lost in the world she's building and the emotions she's describing. This is apparent during moments of stress and action but, thankfully, also present during times of intimacy and bliss. Grammar issues are almost nonexistent when it comes to this author's writing. But it is interesting to see a few pop-up. Especially during the most erotic scenes. Could our author be just as excited to write a juicy love scene as we are to read it? I think so. And, I love it!
So, well done Ms Scott. This addition was a pleasure to read and I'm looking forward to the next one.
Our heroine, Nicolle, is also a little different than the female leads we've gotten to know in the other books. She's not only brave and smart, but her inherent optimistic attitude is refreshing and a good match for Darik's more relaxed personality.
I enjoyed the way they met...so close, yet so far away. The first chapters give us a chance to learn about them separately while also watching their feelings develop.
This book is also a great addition to the ones before as we gain some interesting and important "big picture" information concerning the two main enemies. Will Nicolle's unique "immunity" actually become a key factor in defeating the deadly Khagrish once and for all?
Derik was 4th is his canine pack before they merged under Aydarr. A lone wolf according to Jill, Derik enjoys mission were he is in his own. His current mission he is teamed up with MARL 12. They are investigating a remote Khagrish lab.
Nocolle managed the space port on the Colony she was kidnapped from. Now in the hands of the Khagrish scientist at a remote lab she and a handful of humans are to be test subjects for biological weapons.
Derik in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue Nocolle and the other humans becomes a prisoner him self. The experiments go wrong. The Cimmer who came to observe the findings become victims. Derik.and Nocolle become part of their escapes plan. Derik will do anything to protect his mate. With the help from a boost from Aydarr and some flying instructions form Gabe, they just may have found a space ship.
Fast paced and a little steamy. Loved Derik and Nocolle 's story. Great series.
Darik finds himself in an untenable situation. He's found humans captured by the Khargish, yet his mission is to observe only. He's drawn to Nicolle and desperately wants to free her. She's more understanding than I would be if someone knew I was kidnapped but wouldn't (couldn't) rescue me.
Adventure, romance, terrific world building, danger, twists, and humor. I couldn't ask for anything more. I'm happy Darik isn't the last in the series.
Yes there's more or less insta-love along the lines of fated mates but in that context it makes sense. The world build and character interactions are logical and are consistent from book to book. The 'imagery' is well done. #1 Aydarr was a favorite because the female lead was so strong & instrumental.
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Love the heroes. Tender, loving with their mate's and those less able within the pack, but can strike out at the enemy