- File Size: 372 KB
- Print Length: 253 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480156760
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Skull Blaster Publishing LLC (September 30, 2013) (October 20, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009U4MSPM
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- Lending: Enabled
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This book also frustrated me because Nick became a standout (for me at least) from earlier installments. Even though he's likable here, the personality we're presented with doesn't quite match up with the impressions of the person he was hinted to in earlier books. I loved the word play between he and his partner, and they offered opportunities for the author's humor to come through.
A welcomed change in the series is that we get plenty of action and suspense in one of the were books. This has mostly been relegated to the assassin books. In addition, we're also presented with two weres who have a somewhat different backstory than others in the series (not including the Quinton family). I hope the author takes what works well in this book and applies it to future "were" installments because (for the most part) it really came together quite nicely.
A solid effort and definitely recommended.
Sebastian is a foot ball player at the university, and he is best friends with Nikolai Markov. We got to know him in Wyatt and Preston's book, but he has changed a lot. He is not trusting of the police because of Nik. Now he is being harassed by an unknown person because he is gay. He is not alone in this, but he is getting it the most.
Nicholas is a werewolf, and also a cop. He is becoming disheartened because he is over 30 and hasn't found his mate yet. His friends are all becoming mated, and they are younger than he is. He has moved to Seattle in hopes that maybe that would help. It hadn't so far.
While investigating an apparent attempt on the football team, he goes to interview Sebastian. He is blown away to realize that Sebastian is his mate. The bond is strong, but Nick does not have it easy. Sebastian doesn't take the threat seriously enough and fights Nick at every turn. Plus, whenever Bastian is near Nick, he gets feverish and sick. No one seems to know what's going on, because Sebastian is human, isn't he?
Nick is afraid of what Wyatt will think since he used to date Sebastian and it went horribly wrong. Now that Sebastian is in trouble, lots of problems start happening and no one is immune to getting hurt. Sebastians dad seems to be one of the biggest problems.
What is happening to Sebastian, and who wants to hurt him? Can Nick protect him and save his mate? There are tons of surprises in this book, some you will never see coming! This is an amazing read, and if you have gotten this far, just buy all the books that are out for this series. You will be glad you did! This is one of my most favorite series' and I am in it for the long haul. Long live the werewolves!
I like the unexpected role play the author picked for her character: while Nicholas is a werewolf, a cop, and older than Sebastian, he is also someone who doesn't believe in no strings attached relationships, and so he is basically almost a virgin, basically waiting for his own mate to show up to build a 2.5 kid white fence house in the suburbs scenario. That doesn't make him weak, or in need of an alpha male beside him, it's more a choice of mind, a life attitude that he has decided to take. On the other side Sebastian may be a little more reckless in love, not to the level to make him a slut, only more "friendly", but at the same time he is young, so he hasn't had really the time to become disillusioned by love; he is ripe to be picked, and ready to commit. This matching of state of mind make the meeting of Nicholas and Sebastian perfect in time, plus it shortens their difference in age, making it almost nonexistent.
I'm not reading this series in order, so I'm the good example that it's not necessary to engage for the whole series, but for sure this is a choral series, and all the characters from the previous and future books make appearances here and there, so to entice reader to go back or to continue in reading it.