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- Print Length: 230 pages
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- Publisher: Shattered Glass Publishing LLC (August 9, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 9, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GKLS75M
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,324 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bethi, in (Un)Wise, is the one who has the dreams of all of the Six in their prior lives. Luke finds her in a mall and they spend harrowing days traveling to the Compound (the home of many of the werewolves) and trying to stay alive when the Urbats are chasing them. Once they reach the Compound, they find that 3 of the Six are there. Bethi tells the Elders and the other 3 about the Urbats and that the purpose of the Six is to render a Judgment to balance the three races, being Urbats, Werewolves and humans. The Urbats are trying to find or kill the Six so they can either control the Judgment or make sure no Judgment is made.
In the meantime, Luke refuses to allow Bethi to claim him because she's not yet 18. As they set out on a long journey to find the 5th and 6th of their number, they have to escape the following Urbats and use Gabby's gift to try to plot a course around encircling Urbats in order to find the 5th girl. Will they find her? Will Luke finally let Bethi claim him? Read the book and find out! I know that I'm going to go back and reread Bethi's story and then get Thomas' story.
The only criticism I have about this book is that I found more typos, spelling errors and incorrect word usage than in previous books. Nevertheless, it wasn't bad enough to distract from the story, so I didn't deduct any stars. Ms. Haag is one of the best "Indie" authors I've read and I'm SO glad I discovered her books. She never disappoints!
Luke’s Dream is told from Luke’s perspective. We all fell in love with this British hunk when we really got to know him in Unwise. Bethi has such an interesting perspective that I didn’t think that reading Luke’s would give me much. Boy was I wrong. Luke is such an in depth character, even more than I realized. By being able to read the story from his point of view, we are able to learn more about him and his past then we did through Bethi’s view. Especially since Bethi has such a weight on her shoulder as it is, she really doesn’t have much time to get to know Luke’s past. It was really nice being able to get that layer by reading from Luke’s point of view.
We already watched these characters develop in Unwise, but watching it from Luke’s point of view and really understanding his motivations behind his actions truly added to the story. While there were plenty of times I was hitting my forehead and thinking, come on Luke, wise up and stop being an idiot, there were also times I was thinking about how his actions are sweet. I honestly think that he sticks to his morals, which is admirable, but I think he does it because he wants to do what he thinks is best for both him and Bethi. While this is frustrating, I can understand why he does it.
The heat in this book is more of a slow burn. We go from these two people not knowing each other, to them learning more about each other than they can imagine in a short period of time. I don’t mean their likes and dislikes and where they grew up. I mean being thrown into an impossible situation and having to learn to trust and depend on each other really changes people. The people in these situations tend to develop a connection due to the things they have seen and been through. I really enjoyed watching these two go through the trenches and learn about each other in that way.
Overall, I absolutely adored this book. There wasn’t one thing I could complain about it. The characters are comical and unique, while the story line is furthered by writing the companion. We actually learned a little bit more about the main plot of the series by reading this book. I loved that Melissa adds in more about the main plot into each companion book because it just adds to the whole world that she has created. Melissa Haag is a very talented author and I cannot wait to see where she takes us next.
Writing Style: 5/5
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