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|Book 2 of 3 in Moon Marked|
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- File Size : 1036 KB
- Publication Date : October 7, 2018
- Print Length : 226 pages
- Publisher : Wetknee Books (October 7, 2018)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B07JV9GJ1F
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #139,081 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I liked this book, in fact I enjoyed it enough to buy and immediately start the third book. However, I must admit that at times, Mai’s choices drove me crazy, specifically those around how she acted and what she tells Gunner. I realize she's been told that werewolves are the enemy all her life, but he's done nothing but protect her and prove he's worthy of her trust. I'm hoping she finally gets it through her thick skull in the third book.
This series has a different spin to her other were wolf series. This time two vulpines join in. You've got to love these characters! I couldn't put it down.
Could hardly put it down! Now, onto Book 3 to read more of their story!
Excellent characterization and plotting.
Top reviews from other countries
I just found the lack of detailed description utterly baffling. I simply couldn’t follow the action in the fight scenes. I am sure it made perfect sense to the author, but to me the reader, there were the places where I didn’t have a clue who was hitting who, or bleeding, or injured. Whole paragrahs went by when I didn’t know what was happening. Sometimes I had to skip to the end because once I had lost track, there was no point trying to get it back.
Similarly, odd things happened during some of the conversations. Sometimes in a conversation it was as though there were two conversations, Mai’s and the other person’s, but they weren’t communicating in a way that made sense, which made me lose the thread again.
These confusions added up until i just gave up.
Another mild irritation was the spoilt brattishness of the sister. Garuanteed to disobey, ignore, act unthinkingly and cause trouble. She simply caused every problem, first and second book. Rather tiresome.
On the plus side, I was thoroughly enjoying the whole kitsune magic and fox:wolf dynamic. Was a pity I gave up before finding out the end of the 2nd book.
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Sci-fi and Fantasy, Romance
So, after the last adventures Mai and Kira are hiding out with Gunner and the pack. Of course that doesn't go down well with many of them, historically the two Do Not Mix....and Kira is fading fast. Trying to be helpful we saw in the last book things she did that are now affecting her badly. Kira is desperate to help her sister, but can see her sickening daily. Kira is still a brat though, in a nice way, she adores her sister but it seems the fox/kitsune playfulness and trickster genes came out in force in Kira. She means well, but somehow ends up doing the opposite, causing chaos. If she was a NI spirit she's be Coyote!
Its a fun read, I loved the fact the Pack weren't happy and the issues that brought. I did feel a bit confused at times, sort of lost the thread of where the story was going, and it took me a while to get back “into” the story. There was a patch where I lost it completely, got confused and just kind of switched off and skimmed a couple of chapters, and of course that didn't help. “But I wanted to see what would happen” she explains plaintively...
There's some more surprises for Mia and Kira here, mum's voice is still throwing cryptic comments at Mia, and some of those made me smile and think “what on earth does THAT mean??”. Its good to have some lighter moments ;-) Gunner is doing his best to help but he's Pack and his leader brother makes it clear he needs to choose where his loyalties lie. While Mia and Kira continue to help the pack in their search they're there in sufferance but its a thin line he treads.
I enjoyed this installment even though like other reviewers there were parts where I got a bit lost, but I love to read a series back to back, and to reread good ones, and find that works well for me. I'm sure when I get to reread this one those foggy moments will be clearer, especially as I'll know the ending and be able to resist skipping to there ;-)
And, I've bought book three. It takes a lot to make me buy books with getting lots of lovely arcs ( thanks authors and publishers), free kindle reads and KU.
Stars: four, a fun read, some terrific characters – including Kira's social worker! I doubt in real life that would swing but she's a gem. I did find parts a little hard to follow but as I've said I'm sure re-reading will clear that up.
A bought book!
There were some twists to do with the reactions shared blood can cause between foxes and the other shifter race which some readers may really enjoy getting their teeth into but, overall, I was looking for something fresher with more of a twist since we have such a unique take on fox shifter magic. I also found the threat of the sister's fate went on for some time and so lost some of its tension, particularly as we don't really know her that well yet as an individual in the series.
I'd recommend this book for readers new to the genre, someone who wants an easy read, or readers who don't mind smaller twists on the genre canon.