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The Offering Surrender (Wolves of Wereduin Book 2) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08XBSV48M
- Publication date : March 16, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4134 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 286 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #913,228 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Fern knows how to push all Don’s buttons. His stubbornness is the reason why he keeps getting hurt. The fight and pride he feels inside, withhold him to surrender completely.
Stripped off from all his power by Don, Fern is vulnerable and at his mercy. Other Alpha’s shout to Don to destroy the little slave Fern did become, Don asked Fern to trust him. That’s the point, to trust him or not. Can Fern surrender or not?
What a ride, at 28% I was already exhausted by the events. It was so hurtful, exciting, and thrilling, awesome!
There were always other scary Alpha’s who wanted to take and grab Fern, he was so afraid. Fern has anxieties and depressions from nearly being force-claimed by other f...
Fern is the feistiest beta ever and Don loves it all. He will defend his beta with his life, no one will claim him, Fern is Don’s property.
Stop looking for lovemaking, even though there is love involved, there’s only claiming, hurt, branding, biting, drawing blood, claiming over and over again. Don is getting ahead of the rituals and that cost him almost his mate. Wait for it and shiver.
Meeting the Blackfang family amazed me utterly, my goodness!
What happened there was for the whole picture fitting and quite original! Traditions and humiliation ran hand in hand.
There is a hierarchy I hated it as much as Fern did. Fern on a leash.... gahhh I wanted to scream and cry. He fought so hard for his freedom and equality. Well, there was none.
Domination and ownership are the keywords, and love, yeah don’t tell anyone, between all the violence, torture, non-con and dub-con sexual content, there is yes ‘love’ ha! Not the soft one, don’t ever expect soft or consensual. It’s all painful, dark, taboo, twisted, kinky. (there is a lot of it!) F Don, I loved and hated him.
The author did again an absolutely stunning job! All super consistently written. With an amazing original solid plot. The story had generally a steady pace, here and there it accelerated to a high-speed race. It was a thrilling experience, I was so hard rooting for Fern. Thank goodness he got what he wanted, well, for the most ha!
Some spoilers ahead....
The turmoil Fern and Don went through after Don marked Fern before he was legally allowed to was just heartbreaking. Being separated, and reduced to less than nothing in societies eyes, Fern battles with thinking Don would save him, all while thinking Don had abandoned him. And then the Final Claiming comes, and the emotions were INTENSE. I actually had tears in my eyes as Fern felt further abandoned and unloved.
Don of course had no intentions of letting Fern go, and the battle to get him back was just passionate, powerful, and overall extreme.
I am so happy with the way this series ended, and will definitely come back to read them again and again. The author hints at some spin offs, and I will surely be looking for those as well.
Fern continues to struggle with his need to submit and to hold on to him self, while Don shows more softness towards his mate. He doesn't seem as opposed to Fern's rebellious nature now that they are closing in on the third bite.
The book is a good 80% sex, and very much dark erotica.
But it's good, I liked our chars more in this one and I missed seeing Fern's friends. I look forward to the spin-offs.
I wish things with Shamar had been done better than they were, it was something that I felt got lost in the overall plot.