- File Size: 1954 KB
- Print Length: 164 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945632151
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mystichawker Press (March 2, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XDGXNNN
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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I liked both Malik and Aren. They were confident in who they were and what they wanted out of their lives. Most of the rest of the vampires didn't seem to be very likable, though we don't really get to know many characters outside Malik, Aren, and a few others.
Due to the rapid progression of the story, it was hard to understand why Malik trusted Aren so fast, even with Aren saving Malik's life. Malik was incredibly brave to do what he did to get his packmate back, but it also seemed a bit foolhardy. Aren, while discontented with the actions of the new king, didn't seem like he was ready to buck the system by saving a werewolf and then helping him. I felt like I was missing small pieces that would have helped make their actions more understandable. I am hoping that the next book or books in this series will contain more world building and information on both the werewolves and vampires.
Overall, this story is an interesting start to a series, and I am looking forward to seeing where the authors take it.
*I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book*
As i started to read, I found myself being pulled into the world the author set for me to read. The story was well written and to me given the right amount of details for the scenes to come alive. I loved the characters i was introduce to and so badly want to hear so much more about their world the author has created.
Aren and Malik pulled me into liking them. They have just the right amount of chemistry to make things become steamy. Their one scene made me almost go step outside to cool off in the snow. I loved everything in the book. I hope to read more from the author for he made me a fan of his writing for details he gives to his world.
Thank you for letting me read the first part of the series and hope to read more in the future.
Aren goes against the conceived stereotype of ‘vampire’. He really doesn’t like killing people in order to drink their blood. When he meets Malik, he finds more in common with the werewolf than with many of his own kind, particularly his new king.
The pace of the book is exciting with not too much blood, and just enough sex without going overboard on either.
I have to say, I look forward to more adventures starring Aren and Malik as they strive to unite the vampires and shifters.
I found it difficult to follow how Malik could trust Aren so quickly. They had to come to an agreement quickly for the rescue to have a chance but I was still left wondering. I also had trouble getting into the story as the characters didn't grab my attention.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
*I voluntarily reviewed this advance read copy of this book.*