- File Size: 961 KB
- Print Length: 388 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1491041781
- Publisher: Susan A. Bliler (August 22, 2013)
- Publication Date: August 22, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EQJL8FM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,139 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm not a big fan of too many shifter series because their usually pretty formulaic with alpha males that are often just bullies. I don't know why authors don't recognize that this is not a sexy characteristic; it's become pretty standard in this sub-genre. A really strong, smart man doesn't need to bully anyone. Ever.
I started this series on Kindle over the weekend, and I enjoyed it without being aggravated, which is saying something for me. Most of the male characters are not this bad, but some are (Gauge). Monroe is the worst offender of the bunch though, when it comes to being a bully. Ultimately, he has a soft side for Eden, but he continues to push buttons on everyone else throughout the series -- which, if nothing else, makes him and the author who wrote him, consistent, which I do appreciate, I suppose.
Other than the standard formula, it is an entertaining series, and the set ups that bring the heroes and heroines together are original and interesting. I've spent a lot more money and time on a lot less entertaining books, so I'd say give it a try.
Re the audiobook; I agree with those who don't like the reader, Erin Mallon. She grew on me, or rather, I was able to ignore her after a while. I would advise reading it on your Kindle instead though. I'm not sure I'd buy another audio version because of Mallon's breathy, breathless style of reading.
But as much as I can shout the love I have for these series, the biggest reason why I have loved all of them was the strong heroine. Times now it seems every writer wants to write a damsel in distress and needs rescuing and has no mind of her own once she meets the hero who in turn actually is a Jack ass. One of the reasons why Aries is my favorite. The moment that I read about her being captured and instead of giving up she dives out of a flying helicopter....Who does that? One strong gal, that's who. And I enjoy reading a little more about her in each book, she's a wife and a mother now but she still has that fire and is still kicking butt and taking names. I'm excited to see how Eden will do now, she's strong willed and full of fire, I really hope she is continued in each story showing the readers how she is growing and accepting her role as domina.
These stories are well written, they pull you straight into the story, if the character is mad, you're pissed, if they're sad, you're crying right a long, happy, you're laughing.
There are some editing mistakes, but with a story this good...Who cares. The story was easy to follow, fun to read and steamy in all the right places. The little excerpt for Gauges story has me excited and winter can't come fast enough. Susan Biller, I commend you for standing up and being different, of being proud of the female race and writing us to be strong, you have me eagerly waiting for the next story and if I may ask, please write faster.