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- Print Length: 150 pages
- Publisher: NineStar Press (March 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XBFPHMH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,897 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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While I thought that we got a very good insight into how Lane and Parker dealt wtih it between themselves, I didn't feel that the external, societal, pressures on the couple were as complete. It's like no one accepted them until, suddenly, everyone did with no real transistion between the two states.
My favorite part of this book had to have been the break from the standard shifter/vampire trope. The paranormal magic in this book seemed to be species specific such that Lane doesn't feel the mating bond and Parker remains mortal. Despite that, they find happiness with one another.
This was a sweet book, for all its moments of angst. Lane was a believable character, who had survived a horrible experience and now has to come to terms with a life that will stretch into eternity. It was nice to see he had support with his vampire den, and while they caused some angst, on the whole I liked both the good and the bad interactions with them. My favorite character was his friend, Heather, who hosted the shifter parties he attended. She was a cat shifter who was dating a mouse shifter, and let me tell you I loved that idea. She was so kind, strong, and supportive. She was good for both Lane and Parker, and was a support for both of them when they were in the middle of a Misunderstanding. Lane and Parker’s relationship grew at a good pace, and when they were communicating I thought they were a sweet couple.
Now, I enjoy interesting interpretations of magic creatures. In this book, the interesting interpretation of vampires was that all fluids (saliva, sweat, semen, etc.) were replaced with blood. Honestly, I’m on the fence about it since I like unique details like that but… it wasn’t really sexy? The only times Lane really sweat were during sex, and it was stated that covering sheets with plastic was a necessity to cut down on replacing stained sheets. The consistency here was nice, the fact that being a vampire had interesting complications was nice, but the image of the main couple literally covered in blood during sex wasn’t so nice.
There were some other things I wasn’t fond of in this book, but mostly they were small details. For example, I wanted more of Lane’s Maker, Theo. His story line wrapped up nicely, yes, but it was a bit rushed. But since I liked that they actually figured things out, I was willing to forgive this. Also, I’m not sure about Parker. On one hand, he was the stereotypical possessive alpha wolf you see so often, one who doesn’t listen well to explanations and who makes snap decisions that aren’t necessarily based in logic. On the other hand, he was a perfect gentleman when it counted. When Lane was unsure or uncomfortable Parker always asked if he was ok and what needed to change so Lane would be comfortable. When Lane asked for things to slow down or stop, Parker listened. He may have internally complained a little, but he always stopped and didn’t complain to Lane. The later was so refreshing to see in a genre where alpha characters so often don’t listen or care. In the end, he was good when it mattered so he tentatively got my stamp of approval.
On the whole, I would recommend this book to fans of shifter and vampire books, particularly if you are looking for a book with just a touch of angst.
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