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- Print Length: 115 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074DGZ22L
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Raven's Mark: (The Raven Queen's Harem Part One) Kindle Edition
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Raven's Mark begins with Morgan, our unlikely heroine who is a wannabe author, who mysteriously receives a scholarship she never applied for, get's to live with some sexy guys who are drawn to her, and boom! Sparks fly, and adventure awaits. Or so I was hoping. Instead everything was so fake! I seriously rolled my eyes a dozen times, and I was afraid they'd get stuck by the end of the book. The plot was see through, and I could live with that, really I could...but it was so rushed and unbelievable, not to mention their reactions, or more specifically, Morgan's, was beyond ridiculous. I don't wan to spoil it for anyone, but let's just say she has an "okay, so this happening, and I'm going to be boring and roll with it because it all apparently makes sense in her head." She is such a boring character for someone who is supposed to be epic! And what kills me is that Raven's Mark could have been something so freaking awesome if it was hashed out more, and written less like a young child's book....and by that I mean the clues (if you could even call it that) are so in your face it would take an idiot not to notice. When I read a book, I want some depth to my characters, a plot that actually goes somewhere, and steamy who-ha-ha if I pick this genre. It semi had that at least, but, even that could've been hashed out a lot more, and done better. Now, if you like a super light read, with meh who-ha-ha, a pretty boring heroine, just a tad of magic thrown in, and some sexy guys (I will say she got the guys personalities and depth drawn out nicely), then go for it! If you prefer writing a with a heroine who has a soul and better writing, then steer clear. I, unfortunately, won't be reading the next installment as one book is all I could take. I do recommend, if you like reverse harem, anything by Jane Washington.
I’ve been in search of a more adult RH and I’m not afraid to admit I don’t mind a bit of sex time in my reads that the YA ones don’t offer. The romance in the book is the perfect blend of sexual tension without bordering on annoying and left me wanted more. Is hard to find a more adult RH without the main focus drowning in sex and leaving the plot to only encompassing about 15-20% of the book but that wasn’t the case here. There was a good balance between the 5 males and each one is unique and sexy on their own. Dylan (who I took for the smart one and who Morgan first meets), Damien (the creative one), Clinton (the strong defender), Sam (the beautiful outgoing one) and Bun (the caring gentle one) I love each and every one of them and I’d have a hard time choosing which I like more between them.
The story is written in different perspectives between the female lead and her love interests mainly focusing on Morgan and her acceptance into a new school in New York for creative writing with a full scholarship only to find out her roommates, the 5 sexy males, have secrets of their own. I love how the author weaves in a more contemporary tale of one of my favorite mythological character The Morrgain the triple goddess of war and death, the "Phantom Queen". And can’t wait to get my hands and the rest of the series and see where Morgan’s journey takes her!
I was instantly captivated with this story. It weaves ancient mythology with Morgan's past, present, and future effortlessly. Morgan seems like she will be a worthy lead female as well. She's smart, creative, lovely. She has huge challenges ahead, but I have faith in her and the guys. Dylan, the record keeper, ever faithful; Damien the metal worker with his shiny baubles; Sam, the easy-going photographer, Bunny, the damaged artist; and Clinton the ever watchful musician. I feel like we got a good start knowing the guys, but I hope for even more next time. The ending of the book sets up this possibility perfectly. There's a good, natural connection between Morgan and the guys; plenty of sexual tension and 3 super hot scenes. Intimate and erotic, yet not too much. Enough to make you look very much forward to future encounters.
This was a fast paced book that included world building character introduction and set up the series storyline. It's a solid start. Morgan's destiny is now. I can't wait to see what happens next.