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- Print Length: 130 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1974486249
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Erin Hayes Books (June 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0716H75V2
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #599,394 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The plot although predictable was interesting enough but characters lacked substance. For instance (careful, little spoiler ahead), when h has lost her little brother her feelings of worry and grief over his disappearance were practically nonexistent. Then h gets down and dirty with the H during search and waits a whole week after just to get some news about the brother. What's with that? H is not much better, behaves like shy student from YA novel at one moment, and like multi-centuries sophisticated creature at another, making me think "meh..." at every page.
Finally at 50% something I just skipped and read the epilogue.
2,5 stars because of it.
Half-way to 5 stars because I liked the plot and kitsune - they are interesting creatures and not in every phantasy book like werewolves or vampires.
I loved Serena and Kaleb, they were great together. The storyline was interesting and unique with a little romance and mystery.
To the Teeth is a part of The Complex series that follows various characters who are different types of Metas and humans as they learn to try and coexist with the very creatures that some of them have fought against and others have been taught to fear and hate. Serena is a kitsune who has decided to partake in the experiment to earn some money so that she can go out on her own. She’s been the good daughter staying and helping her mother with her 11 siblings, who are more than a handful. Serena is a strong character but you can quickly tell that she’s jaded by what she knows and believes about certain Metas. But I really like that once she gets to know and see some things about Kaleb that she drops the biases that she feels towards him. It’s fun to read how she begins to grow concerning him.
There is nothing that I didn’t like about this story. It is so well written. There aren’t any errors or mistakes that detract or distract from the story and it flows so smoothly. You read the struggle that Serena has to find her brother and bring him home to their family. You read as she discovers the dark truth that there are humans who have formed a group to try and bring down the experiment because they fear and hate Metas and refuse to see that they too have feelings, families and those they care about. There are a couple surprises that come in this story that I really liked as well.
This is the second book of The Complex series that I have read and I have to say that it is my absolute favorite. I love the main character’s species. I have such a love for kitsunes with their multi-tails and ears that identify them. I love the dynamics of the characters and how they fight no matter what. Now! There is ONE sex scene in this story but it belongs. LOL! It adds to the story and isn’t a distraction or something the author just decides to plop in there for an added scene.
I received a copy of this book for review but trust me when I say that as soon as I’m able I am purchasing a copy of this book so that I can read it again and again and again. It had me wanting to know what happened next not just with the search for her brother Ken but concerning her connection with Kaleb as well. If you’ve read any of The Complex series books…grab this one as well. If you haven’t but are a fan of Erin Hayes’ work…grab this book. You will not be disappointed.
I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars. I loved it and honestly…I want more. All I have to say is this…job well done to the author. Two thumbs up.
Basically, this story focuses on a kitsune and her immediate family, a shtrigu (vamp that consumes life-force instead of blood) that is suspected as the guilty party when her little brother is taken, and lots of other supe species are encountered during the search for the missing kit.
Note that there are some sexual encounters mentioned in this story, though I don't think I'd characterize them as necessarily 'explicit' in detail. I enjoyed learning about this planet and it's inhabitants, and I look forward to learning more about it.
I'd recommend this book for readers that are fans of fantasy with a few heated moments intertwined in with the process of investigating and searching for the young kit that was taken. I did receive an e-copy of this novella from the author, but after reading, I wanted to share my honest opinion about it here.
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