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The set-up is that Ragnarök is coming and Erin is the only one who has the slightest chance of stopping it. Stieg is assigned to guard and protect Erin in the hope that she can stop the end of the world, and Stieg can stop Erin from getting ended. And, of course, romance ensues.
Stieg and Erin work. He is quiet and "mean" enough to deal with our lovely Erin, who is basically a dick. She totally is, and enjoys every minute of it. Although the only reason she messes with people is of course, because everyone else "starts it".
This is a fast-paced story with interesting characters and continual action. The series keeps getting better and better and I anxiously await the next book. Thank you Ms. Laurenston for a wonderful, entertaining read.
I was looking forward to the story of Erin and Stieg. When we first were introduced to them I had an inkling that they might get paired together. At first you might think they would be too different for each other, but Laurenston does the best job at matching together the unexpected when it comes to couples. I mean look at Deanne and Rick from her Pride series … and well most of the couples from any of her series. They are just plain awesome.
I’m really digging the whole mixture of pantheons and myths she uses in this series. Yeah, a lot of it is familiar (it would be hard to come up with something totally new in this genre) but she picks and choose and adds her own bit of imaginativeness to it all to create an engaging, entertaining, and addicting story to want to follow. I love how the Christians are reluctant allies with the Norse clans; I especially like the antagonism that goes on between the nuns and the crows. It is like their myths and lore coincide with each other and if you have the end of the world because of one religion it affects the other too, it is hard to explain and I didn’t take notes you should just really read this series. I know you won’t regret it if you do.
When we first meet Erin it might seem like she doesn’t care and is mean to pretty much everyone, but you learn more in this book about how she is. Yeah she is abrasive and likes to mess with people, but it hides a big heart. The same goes with Steig, you get an idea of why he is the way he is, but this book also reveals what a big heart he is hiding behind his bluff demeanor. I mean he kept the goat from the fake welcome party from book one in his apartment. Just imagine what taking care of a goat in an apartment would entail…..
I loved the melding of shifters into this series. There were hints of this during the party in the first book, but it was nice to see a sort of confirmation of it in this book. I’m curious to see how she works all of that together.
One of the best things I liked most in this book was watching how Erin and Steig had to travel through the dimensions to get to the dragon to gnab that sword. She used parts of Norse lore I didn’t know too well, like about the dwarves and elves, and the dragon just reminded me that the next Dragon Kin book comes out soon and I can’t wait. I still don’t get why her dragons have long and luxurious hair, but I *love* their personalities. I still say grabbing instead of asking made for a better story, lol.
great book and can’t wait for the next….
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THE UNYIELDING is a fun romp through both the Norse underworld and the modern world, with a good dose of mischief and sexy...Read more