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Majid (Bloodlines of Fate Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 3402 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 219 pages
- Publication date : October 6, 2020
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B08K971891
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #241,040 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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And look at that cover. LOOK! Perfect.
Majid and Odin finally found their third mate, and it was everything and some more. Siku was so perfect, I never thought their third would be this amazing. My jaw was on the floor. All the time!
When Siku put Majid in the corner...my heart just stopped. What the hell happened OMG it was so soooooo good! Siku! Put! Majid! In the corner! Get it?! Siku. Majid. OMG I can't!
But my favorite things are those cute nicknames they call each other. When Siku call Majid 'nuka', *swoon*. I don't know if those words are real in some language or not, but I just love unique nicknames in books.
Loved the chapters with Talos, Kikoi and Bayne, and it was so amazing to see Talos being pregnant. It was to cute for words, I really had the biggest smile on my face while reading this book. It's just so adorable.
The mpreg side of the story with the whole unicorn pregnancy was really interesting and heartbreaking at the same time.
And the xolos, awww they are so awesome!
As I said, Siku was perfect, I loved how he handled everything especially Majid (holy hell, those scenes)
I re-read Talos last week, because of reasons (it's perfect and I missed them?!), and I definitely will re-read Majid too. I just can't with this series. It's so perfect with all those characters and world building.
I NEED more! Please, may I have some more, please!
Highly recommend! HIGHLY!!!!
We pick up with Odin (this is the second book in the series so 🛑if you haven't read the first) retelling how he fell for Majid, a bit about the war and the tragic events that cost him and Majid their mate.
As we know from the close of book one fate has blessed them with another chance, Siku, their mate is close and it is time to correct the errors of the past.
The question is can Majid see past his own feelings of guilt?
Will Odin still be needed?
How will Siku fit into their dynamic?
Why has Majid sent Odin to seek out his father?
This .... all the feels I
I actually tried to read slower to make it last (yes 🙄 I'm aware it doesn't work that way but desperate times and all)
I don't want to spoil anything but I about died when Siku's "position" in their dynamic was revealed. But it made sense. Once we were given a glimpse of the side Majid hid, the anger, the guilt - it fit!
Oh and Odin's journey? Again I don't want to give spoilers but be prepared for some "OMG Holy Chit" moments and some possible silent tear moments
This is one of those series that I can see spanning a couple of generations of characters and never losing its entertainment value
Its everything I look for and more in a must-read series
Majid is looking for their third, found him, and now... he has to convince him he’s their mate.
Siku accepts his mates and takes his place in the triad, not one I expected!
Siku's preferences are changing the longer he is with his mates. Kinkier.
It’s almost impossible to explain this story, so much is going on. It’s about family, mates, and strong bonds. We meet unicorns, vampires, giants, xolos, dwarfs, elves. All with flaws, awesomely done.
We are witnessing a lot of love, hate, sexual activity, cruelty, justice, pregnancies, birth, death, magic. Family is important, the bond is even more important. One big family, who is protective and possessive and loves hard.
The title is called Majid but it’s more than only Majid. It’s a journey about the life of many.
The characters were absolutely beautiful, just like the whole scenery.
A widely written, magnificent fantasy story.
“We’re stronger together. Together we can hold anything, carry anything, push through anything.” Odin, Siku and Majid are beautiful and sexy together. I especially love the dynamic Siku adds to their relationship but wow, did Majid frustrate me at times. He’s lucky he has his mates and family to break through when needed. So many touching and tender moments that pulled my heartstrings and made me want to cuddle with everyone. I bet Odin gives the best ones; hmmm, maybe Siku, or no, what about Kikoi? Like I said, everyone. An incredible, magical world that I want more of and will happily revisit many a time.