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- Print Length: 112 pages
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- Publication Date: March 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XHMPTB1
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Pregnant with the Werelion King's Cub (Paranormal Werelion Baby Romance) (Howls Romance Book 2) Kindle Edition
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She's a maid who while cleaning decides to go off with a stranger to have sex in his penthouse. Begins with how tired she is and how she's working hard to support herself etc independence! so her leaving during a clean up after party was strange. Even stranger that it's after barely any conversation. Finds out he is actually engaged the next day, gets mad and quits her desperately needed job. Not sure why she's so mad hey barely spoke. Sizzling passion this is not.
Later she finds out she's pregnant and tries super hard to tell him by telling everyone that works for him that she's pregnant and needs to speak with him ASAP. Seriously? If he's rich and important (turns out to be a KING of his shifter group) would each level of management be really giving his information out so easy like that? She finally gets his secretary who repeatedly turns her away basically accusing her of being a Gold-digger.
How'd they find each other? Well he happened to see her picture a few months later and purchased the hotel she works at. Okay... She after a few months got promoted - wish it was that easy in real life lol. He forces her to move in and predictable predictable you can guess where this leads.
There is no chemistry or build up. Author wrote it and stated it so it must be. They really don't seem to spend much time together even after she's attacked, he runs off on some emergency. They don't really get to know each other. Like at all. It's all in her head and a guessing game.
It wasn't worth it and I'm back in to cancel my preorder of the other books.
The female character in the very beginning, I thought had the markings of likeable heroine. I did indeed like her up until she allowed the jerk in her life.
The jerk, the male character.
He is engaged to one lady for political/money advantages, takes a 19 year old to bed because his fiancee didn't come share a drink with him.
He then finds out the teenager he just seemed to forget about is working at another hotel because she quite when she found out that the man she just slept with was engaged. He buys the hotel because he wants to still bed her while he is engaged. He then forces her out of a job with the threat of being jobless unless she comes with him.
Oh but she has a guard who fails to protect her TWICE. He fails to comfort her or even stay with her after having been attacked because he just has to go into a meeting about the attack. So he leaves her alone with a guard that sucks at protecting her. She is carrying his HEIR.
I just didn't like him and disliked that he threatened to make her jobless and homeless.
His reason for ignoring her after forcing her to come with him, he was afraid she would find out he was a lion. Whatever, he only changed into his lion once and he only goes to the top of a roof of his residence to change into his lion.
The characters are not well developed and are downright unlikable most of the time. Merek was a jerk 99% of the time and Abby was as bland as milk toast. I absolutely hated the conservative background given to Abby. It's stereotypical and bigoted.
The relationship with Merek and Abby didn't really exist. He took what he wanted and she acquiesced with little comment. They didn't have actual conversations/discussions. He knew she didn't understand about shifter society and failed to explain it. She didn’t have any expectations, didn’t demand any explanations or fight back when Merek made unilateral decisions regarding her and the baby.
I'm not sure if I will be reading further books by this author.
Sexual content: Some
Narration: Third person
Character development: One-dimensional or Flat