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Finding Somewhere to Belong: Seaside Wolf Pack Book 1 Kindle Edition
|Length: 260 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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- Book 1 of 6 in Seaside Wolf Pack
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- File Size : 2611 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : October 23, 2017
- Print Length : 260 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B076Q1GQNG
- Lending : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #35,790 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This was in incredibly sweet read. I'm a fan of slow burn romances that allow for actual development between the characters. There are a few grammatical errors, some spelling and punctuation goofs, but nothing hideous. Nothing that makes you want to toss your Kindle or cell lol. I'm excited by the excerpt at the end that gives us some other POVs in the next book. The little bit of background we get on the guys entices without overloading. And the geek in me appreciates the scientific facts mixed in with the story. Yes, it's a paranormal romance but it mixes enough realism in there to ground it. I have some high hopes for this series and anxiously await the next novel. :)
First, I loved the pacing of the story. I haven't skimmed a page, so, it was a great factor.
Second, my past few RH reads had headstrong heroines right off the bat. I was kind of looking for a heroine who would start off as someone whose strength was more on the quiet side then gradually grow into a more well-rounded character. Anna definitely had the potential. And frankly, her family and social issues warranted circumstances like wanting to establish family traditions with the pack or tolerating the likes of kelsey. Side note: I hoped to see her grew away from the latter btw.
Lastly, I was actually debating whether to give four stars or five stars for this book. And I would admit that I finally rated 5 stars because of the sneak peek in the end. It was really a beautiful twist to see a brief scene (of book 1) from the viewpoint of one of the guys. Throughout Anna's POV, it was easy to misjudge the guys. And when I say misjudge, I meant, to be unable to get past the surface of their characters/fully grasp their complexity.
Anyway, I just couldn't wait to read the next book and get a feel of each of the heroes!
Top reviews from other countries
Some of the terminology used went over my head a little but I got the general gist of things. I loved the setting of the book, the plot seemed to twist and turn a little but it worked out for this book. There seemed to be a slight need for a better proofread for general grammar but otherwise the writing was solid. The conversational lack of contractions tripped me up a little but again it wasn’t a big issue as I got by.
The characters were interesting and had a certain depth to them that I hope unfolds in future books, I loved Cody and James the most though.
All in all a good read and I look forward to reading more.
My biggest criticism is that there are a lot of tropes and sexism which really grated. The world Anna is introduced into essentially strips autonomy from the women. I strongly recommend avoiding this series if this isn't something you can tolerate.
Overall this is a promising start to the series.