- File Size: 3139 KB
- Print Length: 148 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XRRFQ7G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #357,235 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm going to be honest here: I only wanted to read this book because I was promised knotting.
I got knotting... and that's pretty much all I can say about this one.
No, that's not true, I can say more, if I have to. I read A LOT of paranormal books, and shifters are no big thang for me. I love a good shifter story, and it's the only genre where I'll accept an insta-lovey kind of romance.
Hunter Omega isn't instalove, but more like a friends-to-lovers story where there is a past between the two guys. I'm never a big fan of stories where a lot of the relationship development takes place in the past before we meet the two MCs in the story, and that's the type of situation we have here. There isn't much relationship building, and the jump from simple attraction to omg-i-can't-live-without-you was just too sudden and misplaced for me.
I read a lot of romance, and I'm the first to admit that I'm PICKY. If you are giving me a paranormal world, you really have to wow me. I felt very "meh" about the world-building here, and I found the thriller aspect to be a little too cartoonish.
The sex was pretty bland, which is a shame because it's hard to find a great knotting story. I mean, knotting should be SMOKING hot, if you are including it at all. I was also wondering how the F/F couple bonded without the knotting because it seemed sort of important in the process.
Not a bad story, in fact, but this picky reader has read better. Still, I'd read this author again in the future because there were some good tidbits there and the story flowed easily.
*Copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
I wish there had been a bit more explanation on some of the pack structure. I really wish there was more about Jasper, I could quite get a feel for him in the dynamics of the pack (though maybe I'll get lucky and he'll get his own book later).
I'm really hoping we'll see more books set in this world, I think there is lots of room for more stories!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Top international reviews
Seth has had a rough year, starting with a relationship that became controlling and abusive, and spiralling when that relationship turned out to be with a werewolf hellbent on changing and controlling him. Seth survived an attack and has since been hunting his ex down. When he ends up in his old hometown, meeting up with his childhood crush, he worries he is too changed and broken. Riley, Seth's crush, is thrilled at Seth's return but trying to figure out how to tell Seth that he's a werewolf. The two worlds quickly collide.
Seth is struggling to adapt to a major life change. Since it has been an encounter with the supernatural, he didn't exactly have great resources. Cops and paramedics thought he was just an exhausted college student who saw things. The only person who did believe him, a hunter, taught him that werewolves were monsters that only lead to death. He can be forgiven for thinking that all weres are monsters, what with his own attack and the teaching he received. Watching him find out about Riley is sad but understandable. He is very relatable as he has his life go through yet another change, trying to make up his mind as he learns new information.
Riley ha s always tried to protect Seth. This continues when Seth comes back into town, trying to keep him from the rogue. It also keeps him from seeing that Seth could handle more, and that Seth could be involved. He has to rework his own life image, though his is so hopeful that now Seth can truly be with him. Letting Seth make his own decisions while having all available information is hard on him, but he wants that for Seth, and it makes them a good match.
The story is sweet and I would love if there was ever a follow up in this world. A really fascinating idea was set forth near the end of the story and I would love to see that continued. Otherwise, this was an interesting werewolf story with a couple I really eenjoyed