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- ASIN : B07YWQYXNX
- Publication date : October 8, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4787 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 236 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1698634749
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #180,463 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Let's talk about after the rescue, where they secured, then abandoned the bad guy in the woods and spent a whole day a mile and a half away from the completely intact hostage site, with a deranged evil doer wandering the woods. They had six souls to protect and instead of quickly getting them to safety they put them in the wilderness for a day before doing a two day drive stretched out to three. Were these army trained guys waiting for something? Why did they stay so long? Did they have supplies for six extra people? Since it was repeatedly said they were going in blind, why did they choose to risk sitting in the elements for a day?
Getting back to Wildwood Ro and Oliver already mate bonded but Ro sleeps downstairs for days on end because he decided that's what was needed? Reuniting with Oliver's parents was so uneventful that it could have been skipped, and then the craptastic allusion to the next book and the next omega only mildly sparks more interest than an ingrown toenail. But just because I want to see how bad Richmond can mess up the next story.
Book one, was decent. I read it twice, once just to read it, and twice to refresh myself for this book. There are recycled lines from book one that pop up, example: "papa had to be restrained" or something like that because papa is invasive and doesn't believe in letting new mates have privacy, whatever. And another line about not having mates feeling pressure to do an alpha's bidding. And an entire segment about giving the omega permission to redecorate. This last one is pretty much verbatim in the Whitehall series as well.
So this book goes from negligently ignorant on military operations, (it does not hurt to once in a while go outside your genre for research), to insanely slow plot, which I didn't touch on because 50 percent of this book was unnecessary anyway, to line recycling from other stories. Way to go.
This author needs to look into developmental editing, because this book reads like it was written by an amateur. The story needed help, I think she had too many characters and didn't know how to fully include them. The dialogue was lacking in a major way. There were sentence structure issues, the plot.was mediocre at best. What's worse, and this was the death blow for this book - the author, proofreader and.editor apparently thought it was ok for her characters to "sigh"76 times throughout the book. That is a MAJOR problem that should have been caught by the "professional" team. that were.paid to do that. First and last book by this author.for me.
Ollie is a young omega who had no idea what shifters were until he became one.
He ran, fearing his family and other people's reaction.
He was on the streets, struggling when he met someone who seemed to be the answer to his prayers.
It was just a ruse and he soon found himself captive with other omegas who were brutally abused.
Ronin is a former soldier adrift after coming back home from overseas.
He meets up with former teammates who are bounty hunters and is considering joining them.
He's also leery of fated mates, preferring to be single.
When he gets a desperate calk from his brother asking for help on behalf of his brother's mate, Devon to rescue the omegas, he and his teammates jump in.
When they get there, Ronin is suddenly assaulted with the desperate need to get in and find the man who's calling out for help, Olliie.
As they rescue the omegas, Ronin and Ollie realize they're fated mates.
Getting to see them connect and get to know one another was truly sweet.
Add in an instant heat and baby, plus the drama and action of who was keeping the omegas and finally neutralizing the threat and this was a great story.
Triggers: unseen abuse & rape, trafficking, kidnapping. I was not offended, the subjects were treated with respect & compassion.
This book contains adult themes and language, mm sex and is intended for mature readers only.