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WOLF: An Evil Dead MC Story (The Evil Dead MC Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00WR5SZP8
- Publication date : April 26, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 465 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 268 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #43,270 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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Truly it started out as a great book. What drove me crazy was the main characters, Wolf and Crystal. There was some scattered flashback craziness which was confusing, but we did get their story from the beginning. This solidified the impression of Wolf I got from the previous books in the series - he was a commitmentphobe womanizer who had no issue trampling on the feelings of the woman he cared about most. He wanted her, but didn't want just her, so while she was off limits to others, he could have whoever he wanted and rub her face in it. In other words, I thought he was a jerk of the first degree.
As for Crystal, in order to be a doormat, one must lie down and Crystal was the epitome of a doormat. She let Wolf get away with his antics for years. YEARS!!!! Other than her doormat tendencies I did at least like Crystal, when she wasn't messing around with Wolf. The good news is by the time Mack (the MC Prez) was done so was I, and so was Crystal. So she left. I was all like "Whoohoo!! You go girl!"
BTW - we meet some great guys in the boys of Brothers Ink, which is where Crystal ends up working. I want those brothers to get their own series, especially Jameson. Please! Pretty please with sugar on top!!
Anyways, Crystal finding her backbone didn't last long. Her leaving did not put a stop to the on again, off again thing they had going on. In fact, a good part of this book consisted of Wolf and Crystal getting together then leaving each other what felt like 10,951 times. All the back and forth got me to the "OMG, just be done with him and get on with your life and maybe get with Jameson!"
Unfortunately, Crystal never took my advice and got with Jameson. So sad.
My final verdict is that I love the Evil Dead MC, just not some of the main characters and their TSTL actions. The past couple of books in the series have been slightly disappointing, but I just can't give up on the series. I like the MC itself too much.
Spice's Rating: 3 Stars
What I like about the series in general is that each book is really different, the hero and heroines in each book are different. Crystal in many ways is a strong, independent woman but for some reason is weak when it comes to Wolf. I know some reviewers see this as a contradiction but I don't: I know LOTS of women who are professionally very successful but don't apply those same skills and talents and common sense to their romantic relationships. No matter how hard she tries, Crystal can't stay away from Wolf and he can't stay away from her.
We all know men like Wolf too: they love you but are afraid of making a commitment. The irony is, Wolf has a reputation for understanding women, which is part of his charm, but he doesn't really get what would make Crystal happy, so he hurts her over and over again. Just when they would seem to be on the verge of getting back together, Wolf would mess up. I felt like screaming at him: Can't you put her first, just once!!!
Crystal ends up moving away and the couple struggles with trying to live without each other. Crystal ends up working with a famous tattoo artist, Jameson, who may a character from another book (not sure but if he is, I'd like to read that series as well). He is very supportive of Crystal and in love with her too, but he loves her enough to give her the space she needs to heal from Wolf. But no matter how hard they try, Wolf and Crystal,always end up running into each and venturing back to that same unhealthy space in their relationship.
As a subplot, there is a sadistic, crazy member of another MC who is wreaking havoc on the lives of the EDMC because he has a personal vendetta against one of its members. Crystal,and Wolf get caught up in the vendetta and things look hairy for awhile, burst Crystal and Wolf eventually get to their HEA.
I really enjoyed this book, the only reason I'm giving it 4 rather than 5 stars is that I wish the author had given us a little more info on Crystal's and Wolf's background. It would have helped to understand what made them tick, especially Crystal. I also really HATE it when men 'spank' women, if it's not part of sexual play, I feel it's demeaning, archaic, and infantilizing. It must occur more often then I think since this idea of a man needing to discipline' a woman is featured in a lot of romance novels, but it's hard for me to imagine myself or any of my close male and female friends EVER thinking this is acceptable behavior.
Will be excited to read the next book, which features Ghost, but i REALLY want to read about Red Dog and Mack from the San Jose chapter and Blood from the New Orleans chapter.
Top reviews from other countries
When it comes to Crystal and Wolf the attraction between them has always been hard to keep at bay and this has been evident throughout the previous books. Wolf’s not a man to be tied down to any one woman but something about Crystal always pulls at his heart, she’s confident, sexy and understands him on a deeper level unlike any other woman who has come his way, but the thought of committing himself to just her scares the hell out of him. Their connection is undeniable and what they share emotionally and physically is hard to replicate no matter how much Wolf denies his feelings and allows his fears to keep pushing Crystal’s limits.
Crystal is a strong female much loved by the mc brothers. She loves Wolf but even her heart can only take so much hurt and in this book we get to see her vulnerable side, see her picking up the pieces of her broken heart as she faced new things in her life, but it doesn’t take long for the lone Wolf to give chase again this time in making Crystal officially his ol' lady, only this time he has a lot more on the line to fight for her love.
I absolutely revelled in the sexy chemistry between Wolf and Crystal. Every time they were in close proximity to each other in the scenes the heat was just coming off the pages! They were so perfect together, sexy as hell, funny, their banter cracked me up and their love for each other just made me smile.
As usual I love the loyalty and bond between the mc brothers, the jokes and ribbing between Wolf, Cole, Crash, Red Dog and Green, I can never get enough.
This is the 4th book in the series but I read this book before I read 'Shades' which you can do as this has nothing to do with that book and you can skip that book and read it after.
This is about Wolf and Crystal and the complicated relationship they have.
They both have scars and they both are addicted to each other and the sex is out of this world and explosive.
Problem is, Crystal's in love with Wolf but he doesn't want to commit to anyone and he is only using Crystal to itch a scratch. When he is done with Crystal is he is back to sleeping with any woman. Crystal is the one he keeps going back to, the one he always keeps focusing on. There is something about her that not only brings out the beast in him but the only one who can calm the beast in him and settle the beast and satisfy the beast. She is the one he goes to every time, but is also the one he will not commit to.
Drama, action, heartbreak and humour. This book has it all. The sex between Wolf and Crystal is way hotter then it is in any of this series. Wolf likes the chase, and he likes to dominate. Crystal likes to role play, likes the case and more importantly she likes to submit. She likes to submit to Wolf.
This is another great book in The Dead Souls MC series. There are other members of the MC that I hope we get to read about soon. Recommend this series, it's brilliant.
Their relationship is the main focus of the story with lots of beautiful writing covering the changes they go through. It's a MC book too so there is some violence. Of course there's sex too.
There are some spelling and editing errors but they don't detract from the story but I would say to the author get a good editor.
A great read and well worth the cost.