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- Print Length: 365 pages
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- Publication Date: August 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KKHU9M6
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Forsaken (The Protectors, Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I am so happy the Barretti and Protectors worlds have collided. It was great to read about the Barretti clan again. I cannot wait for the next book in the series, Vengeance.
I can read these books over and again and most likely will. They have drawn me into their world and I am more then happy to be here.
Dom and a few of the Barretti family appear in different parts, as they end up intersecting with Ronan's group. That was nice, but as often happens with Sloane's books, the building romance and character interactions and copious sex scenes use a lot of page time. Then it always seems that the climactic events become overwhelming in too few pages before the end. There was sooo much going on in the last 25% or so. There were some new characters squeezed into that latter portion. Some names we've seen mentioned in the course of the series, who become more prominent. There's an excerpt of Memphis story at the end and the other's will appear later, I'm sure.
I couldn't give this more than four stars, because I got rather frustrated with Mav's character. None of that will keep me from reading the next one, nor the one after that.
I just can't get enough! Another winner in this addicting series.
The hurt/comfort was terrific here. Eli and Mav were perfect for each other. Just what the other needed to feel settled, grounded and needed.
At different points in the story, each man was able to step up and be the support that the other needed during a difficult time.
As is to be expected in this series, both men have heartbreaking histories. Eli and Mav were looking for the same thing in their own way: affection, family, acceptance and love.
And the heat level here....INFERNO! Just the right combination of passion, desire and intimacy.
"Tell me you want this."
"I don't have the words to explain how much I want this."
I wasn't sure any couple would be able to compare to Hawke and Tate....but Mav and Eli are right up there with them.
The author's note at the end of the book advises reading Logan's Need from the Escort Series and Redeeming Rafe, Saving Ren and Freeing Zane from the Barretti Security series before the next book in this series. Since I was planning on reading Sloane Kennedy's MM backlog anyway, might as well heed her advice so I get the most out of my reading pleasure.
I wish I would have read Logan's Need before this book since that's where Eli is first introduced, and even though it'll be hard to read about the things that a teenage Eli is going through, I think it'll be a little easier knowing the HEA that's waiting for him.
The difference between them was Mav looked as the strong guy and Eli as the small weak one.
My stomach squeezed many many times and electric contractions were going through my
body from the hurt. The hurt... I felt it all. The author did a good job.
Their journey is one with many bumps. They were instant attracted to each other even knowing it could never be. Their sexual interactions were sizzling and beautiful and heartbreaking.
Their connection was very emotional.
“I sighed in relief. He wasn’t letting me go…yet.”
It's wonderful to see Eli getting stronger and that he is the one who does the fighting for their 'relationship'. Somehow he is getting it all about Mav.
Forsaken is one of a serie. I didn't read any other I had a little struggle with all the names but that's my debit.
Because of the serie there is a lot of story, again my debit I got a little distracted now and
But when it was all about Eli and Mav (and 80% it was) I was all in.
The story unfolds strong and the writing is powerful.
I loved this story and strongly recommend it.
“It was all about me. For the first time in my whole life, I was being put first.”
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