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- Print Length: 198 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Five Doors Creative (March 28, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DJWPF6Y
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Rebel Wolf (Shifter Falls Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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As always, I thought the need to make the bad guy threaten to rape the heroine was unneeded. I really don't understand why authors think they HAVE to make a villain a sexual deviant to make him evil. I mean, being a murder is enough all by its self. But somehow the heroine in such books always has to almost get raped. This is a trope I could do without, but seems to be as expected in the plot as a HEA. It's so common I'm tempted to call it cliched, and how sad is that?!
For the most part, however, I enjoyed the book and I'd be willing to read more of the series.
Ian and his brothers were great. Even if they didn't like each other they worked together.
The heroine was smart and dedicated to what she wanted to do And I found that admirable.
You could sense the connected the two main characters had throughout the whole book.
The plot was different in how they mate. I really like the way the author made it to where humans had to be included
Overall this was a great read and I can't wait to see what more is to come with the brothers in future books! 3.5 star because at times I was confused because the placement of explanations were too far so my brain had to wonder the whole time and that annoyed me a little. #2OCCJD
I really enjoyed this story. It followed a fairly standard shifter world set up, but that did not detract from the story in the least. In fact, it made it much simpler for the author to dive right in to the heart of the story without having to devote excessive amounts of time on explanations. The characters were realistic and engaging. Anna came across well as an adventurous graduate student who is attracted to her research subject against her better judgment. Ian and his brothers portrayed the wary and volatile family dynamic of brothers who had grown up being pitted against one another by their sadistic father. They all remained true to character, even as they struggled to negotiate a workable truce for the sake of their town. The romance between Ian and Anna was believable and progressed at a reasonable rate, given their circumstances. They didn't immediately fall all over each other the first time they were alone together, but when they did get together there was plenty of heat. This world and these characters were interesting enough that I'll get book two, just to see what happens with the Donovan brothers next.