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- Print Length: 593 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 17, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079WNVPKF
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,991 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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A Soulmark Series: Books 1-3 Kindle Edition
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Zoe Baudelaire accidentally discovers a world of witches, vampires and wolf shifters. Alpha wolf leader Xander Adolphus, finds his soulmate in Zoe. Unfortunately she isn’t interested. Good writing skills, captivating plot with very few typos. Nicely conveyed story without overpowering the plot with sex. Downside: Trying to win Zoe’s affection went on too long. She was so adamantly against Xander then suddenly she was in love with him.
I liked this story the best of the three. It had humor and made me laugh...it was fun with serious undercurrents. Ryatt is such a vulgar and mischievous, lovable scoundrel who finds his soulmate...one who loathes him. Quinn Montgomery is his perfect glorious and sassy match who simply wants to escape the supernatural world she’s been thrust into, and be on her thieving way. A good story with a war on the horizon.
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A good story, but very slow. Told completely from Calliope’s POV, which was disappointing. It would’ve been awesome to know what Keenan and his inner wolf were thinking. This was a mixture of way too much going on yet nothing happening until the end of the story, then BOOM!…everything happens at once and it’s over with a semi-climactic finish. Semi-Cliffhanger.
Also, the plot line continues to thicken throughout all three books, but often gets lost during the story. The male character is constantly asking something of the female character and it seemed that the females often forgot what leverage they had and wouldn't make a bargain in return for what they wanted. And the plot gets lost when trying to compete with the story of the soul marks as well. (Spoiler Alert): For example, in the third book, Callie says she's going to Branson Falls to save Nova and she only has 48-72 hours to use Vogart's Blade. Yet, as soon as she gets captured, she doesn't make an attempt at escape, to retrieve the weapon, or even THINK about how to get to Nova before time runs out. And when she finally gets closer to the wolves, she doesn't confide in them and see if they can help her Nova. As a result, I kept asking myself for most of the story when she was going to remember her original purpose for making the trip. And it became distracting.
Also, if you're looking for steamy romances, these books differ. The first and third are pretty tame, with not nearly enough detail. The second starts off immediately with a pretty erotic scene. So between all three, there's a bit of everything but I do wish that the third book spent more time building up the romantic and sexual connection between the two main characters rather than following the plot line.