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- Print Length: 303 pages
- Publication Date: September 28, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B013J4P3KU
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I one clicked and started Reading and did not put the book down till I got to the end 😁
So instead of sitting feeling fed up with my life I was able to escape to one of my favourite paranormal world where Wolf Shifters live in the Adirondack Mountains.
Mira James is the spirited younger sister of Sadie, she's as mad as hell with her because she upped and disappeared to the Boonies and has been ignoring Mira's calls... Mira needs her big sisters support after her life fell apart and she's ready to go postal on her... If she could get past the huge mountain man blocking the doorway.
This opening scene where Mira encounters Owen was perfect, smart mouthed Mira was an instant hit with him... But being picked up like a doll didn't exactly enamour her to him.
There's a bit of tension going on in the pack, and also the rogue Canide are back to cause trouble for Owen and Sadie has someone stalking her...
I can't wait for the next book and see what the author has in store for Lee.
For example, one moment Mira says she went looking for Sadie because she needed Sadie to comfort her, but the next moment she says she was looking for Sadie because she was worried and angry that Sadie has been so uncommunicative. You can't have it both ways -- it makes no sense that if you need comfort, you'll go look for a sister you're angry with, a sister you haven't seen for two years. Mira also says that Sadie has always been there for her, but Sadie says she has been wrapped up in herself for those two years, so which is it? I was very confused.
Another example is when Mira tells Owen that Lee is jealous. The author fails to follow up on this. It's as if this was never mentioned, and Owen continues to be puzzled at Lee's behavior. It makes him look stupid.
He also looked like a weak alpha since he didn't lay down the law to Lee and order her to back off from Mira. Even when he was betrayed, he didn't mete out punishment, instead offering instant forgiveness! His lack of authority is further evident when he has to personally go enquire as to what's happening with Mira: "Nobody had bothered to call and fill him in on the events of the night prior. No one thought that he might be interested to know what was happening to the woman he obviously was sweet on..." (page 226). It felt like the pack didn't respect him or acknowledge his choice. The same when Mira tried asking for help and they wouldn't help her, even though they could smell her terror and they knew Owen was sweet on her. That made me so angry.
The plot really failed at the end. There's a lot of concern that since she's human, Mia will age more rapidly than Owen, but this is never resolved. Suddenly everything is moving at the speed of light and boom, just like that, everything is okay. It's unrealistic and rushed. Oh, and we never get to see Owen mate Mira. There's also no sexytimes in this book... Owen and Mira only share a number of kisses.
Some things are unexplained or illogical; for example, why didn't the wolves' sense of smell kick in and help them detect the presence of 'others', preventing them from being ambushed? Why don't the goons obey the head bad guy when he gives them instructions about what NOT to do while he's away? They don't seem to be afraid of him... is he not that nasty, after all, then? How is it that Tyson doesn't recognize the significance of a popular human custom, and doesn't know how to propose?
The next story is about Lee, but I detested her in this book and don't want to read about her. She's self-centred and whiny.
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