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Neverwylde (The Rim of the World Book 2) by [Mooney, Linda]
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  • File Size: 442 KB
  • Print Length: 145 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Music And Press (October 27, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 27, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0170ME2NG
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By TG on November 9, 2015
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I love Ms. Mooney's books. I loved the characters in this story and the interaction between them was very good. The world building was fantastic and I am looking forward to reading more by her. I would recommend this series.
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May have spoilers! Ok, where do I even start. The characters. They lack just that! Their actions and emotions are not vivid enough to see character at all. They see someone die and they're kind of like," well, he's gone. Let move on." The humans and their "mortal enemies" the Seneecians become friends in just minutes. Somehow they're suddenly ok with each other. And it's hard to know how much they were supposed to hate each other without any background story to why they were at war to begin with. They're all kind of stuck on a planet and they all seem to accept it. Nobody talks about home, or family, or loved ones. None of the characters have a realistic reaction to loss. It's only been one day stuck on a desolate planet and already the girl is attached to the Seneecians hip but she never thinks or seems to mention a home life. A passed lover, or anything realistic. I tried reading on to somehow find some kind of personality in anyone of the characters, but halfway through the book, I have up. Ugh forget it. I really wanted to like the novel because the plot was great! It had a good world description but no depth. It could've been great!
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Stranded on an unknown and somewhat hostile planet brings bitter enemies together in survival but not everyone agrees. Hostility and bias run deep. Can they overcome their years of programming? The planet is mysterious filled with mazes, dangerous plants, creepy crawlies and secret agendas. Two find Solis with each other but being from different sides can be deadly from their own. Great read and interesting characters that keep readers glued to surviving along side them.
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I love those unique, less than human heroes. Kyber looks like a human, the two arms, two legs, but everything else is more animal-like. He's Seneecian, a species covered in short fur and has fangs and claws. He growls, even howls during sex; he's big and warrior-like, dressed sort of like a Roman gladiator, and I would have loved more detail about him, especially his facial features. I kept thinking wolfish? But left to my own devices, I pictured a kind of Bigfoot, maybe Chewbacca? A very protective hero, alpha but with a sweetness.

Kelen's human, and the Terrans are at war with the Seneecians. Not a lot of backstory on that. Both species distrust each other, even hate each other, and the hero has been taught that the humans are "skinned freaks of creation that didn't deserve to live, much less be allowed to roam through the galaxies." But right from the start, once both parties find themselves stranded together on a dangerous planet, the heroine immediately steps forward to protect the hero from her own people. Her bravery, intelligence, and beauty attract him.

Kelen asserts herself, the only female lost on this strange planet with these men. She's a blue-eye brunette, adventurous, and intrigued by this big, furry warrior. I love when h/H are stranded together, and this was even better in that they both had preconceived ideas about the other race but were willing to take a chance. You know her people and his people won't like this intermingling, just from a speciest point of view, not to mention being enemies. The sex was interesting, only one scene, and I hope the next book maybe has more.

The story does end with some things left to be resolved. This planet is crazy strange, all sorts of dangers here, and everything's a mystery. I look forward to book 2, to finding out more about this; how both groups will survive and work together, and how they'll react to the relationship developing between the h/H. A few typos, nothing too bad. A good read.
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Linda Mooney never shies away from an alien romance. "Embrace your differences" must be her motto. And she can craft some pretty steamy embraces. Actually, there is just one truly fan-worthy scene in this 148-page novella, just to be clear that the sexy times don't overwhelm the exhilarating adventure. The attraction evolves pretty quickly between former mortal enemies Kelen and Kyber, but the action is almost non-stop.

There is an exciting space battle, a harrowing trip through a wormhole, a crash-landing on a desolate planet, a difficult journey, and scary monsters. The adrenalin rush hardly ceases. Too often romantic sci-fi authors take it easy on their heroes and heroines who crash land, plopping them down in the middle of a lush jungle filled with water and easy access to food. Mooney took a different tactic by having her soldiers slam into a desolate place where they are compelled to explore in order to find basic shelter and sustenance. Mooney does an outstanding job describing the planet's terrain and the places the Terran/Seneecian contingent survey and encamp. She expends real effort bringing these places to life in a rich and unique way.

Kelen and Kyber are likable and level-headed. Little is revealed as backstory; there is an immediacy about the situation that doesn't really lend to reflection and small talk, so Mooney doesn't indulge in it. Surrounding the H/h are a host of secondary characters, who add intrigue, conflict, humanity and intellect to the plot.

This is billed as Rim of the World Book 1, so clearly the author is planning to continue the adventure. However, it does not end on a frustrating cliffhanger, but rather a closed story arc.
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