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Wolf's Bane (Moon Marked Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 528 KB
- Publication date : June 10, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 242 pages
- Publisher : Wetknee Books (June 10, 2018)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07DJZGGZV
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,207 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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But at the end of the book, all of the information is the same as at the beginning.
She’s a kitsune. He’s a wolf. They are mortal enemies. Someone somewhere is doing something nefarious.
Do we know anything about her heritage other than that she is a fox or skills because of said heritage? No. Don’t be silly. Do we know why foxes are universally hated by wolves? Also no. Do we have any idea what the mysetery story element is? You guessed it, no. That wasn’t even really talked about except in an aside and then as all of the sudden it was a big bad.
At the end of the day, I finished it. Would I read the sequel? Sorry, going to have to give it a pass.
The essence of the story is that Mai is a fox shifter, a kitsune, living in hiding because fox shifters were thought to be eradicated by werewolves a century ago. Mai's caring for her younger sister Kira because their parents died while the girls were young. Mai has been providing for herself and her sister by teaching and fighting in cage fights and they’ve been scraping by just fine. However, eventually Mai attracts the attention of a local alpha werewolf, Gunner, who hires her to help him determine the identity of a local serial killer before he knows what she is. She agrees to help him, but she has to work to keep her shifter animal identity a secret for fear of what Gunner and the rest of his pack will do if they find out. I loved this book enough to immediately buy the second, which I rarely do. I highly recommend this book.
The sisters' struggle was palpable by the end of the second chapter. These are characters I'd like to get to know better.
I received an advance release copy from the author when it was published earlier this summer. I purchased it as well. It's a story worth paying for.
We are introduced to Mai , a fox shifter, older sister and BA incarnate and she struggles to stay hidden and provide for her sister. Drawn in against her will to a plot that could push her into more danger than her being what she is already, she struggles to tow the line and stay safe. Throw in aggressive alpha werewolves and it make the best ride ever....for the reader at least. Action, mystery, intrigue and tiny bit of attraction this book has it all and its just beginning.
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Honestly there's good ideas here but boy are they lost amongst the words. I liked the dynamics between the two sisters, I thought Mai being a cage fighter was good but couldn't for the life of me understand just why Mai is masquerading as a Werewolfs girlfriend ! I won't say more because I'd hate to ruin this for others because as a free read I'm sure plenty will want to read and decide for themselves. Alas for this reader it's not a series I think I will continue.
Mai is a fox shifter and so is her sister. A foxes number one rule is 'if you come in contact with a wolf, run in the opposite direction.' Wolves are supposed to be sworn enemies but perhaps every fox doesn't follow the no.1 rule ( Mai included ).
When Mai and Gunners relationship as enimes turns in the opposite direction, will Gunner be a kind Wolf and help hunt / save Mai's kindapped sister or will he behave like a wolf usually does, and refuse to help.
Nearer the end of the book I began to get drawn in - the aurthor had really upped her/his game. When the book began to draw closer to an end I was (sort of) sitting on the edge of my seat.
I know I've presented this book as an alrighy novel, but don't get put of by my negative review. This book might be for you.
Perfect for fans of fantasy - wolves and foxes - and also for people who don't mind waiting for the book to get exciting.
READ. The book is for free so you won't be wasting money if you find this book a dissapointment
Suitable for teens + ( 12/13+)
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:Sci-fi and Fantasy, Romance.
I love fantasy/romance reads, but so may of these seem to be all grunting, monosyllabic alphas, reverse harems or ones where the romance is all the book, no side/sub plots, no overall story line. Still, it means when I do find a read I enjoy then its like a sweet victory!
I added this one last week, it was free at the time, so nothing to lose and I'd enjoyed the sample. I've just bought books two and three, as it was an intriguing read, and I'll be looking at what else Aimee has written.
Mai is great, she's a Kitsune, Japanese fox shifter. I've come across these occasionally – I think the last one was in a Hailey Edwards read as a secondary character, and the Kitsune premise fascinates me. They're not just shape shifters, but have a kind of fox nature in the way they think and behave, and usually they have some form of magic. Aimee has added a touch here where that magic is connected closely to Mai, and allows her to create real items, her sword for example, within a split second, but it needs to stay physically connected to her or she weakens. I'm still getting my head around the star ball that Kitsunes in this book have, that allows the magic.
Mai is guardian to her younger sister, and struggling. She doesn't know any other Kitsunes, they live in a city controlled by werewolves, and she needs to tread carefully, as they see Kitsunes as something to be killed.
Its an interesting story, full of some very real characters, sub plots that add up to the whole, the star ball connection to magic, and of course poor Mai doesn't have anyone she can ask for help to learn more about what they are. She's never met another Kitsune. Her dead mother offers some cryptic comments at times in Mai's head, but they're beyond my understanding, and mostly Mai doesn't see the logic til too late either. I do like that connection though, and trying to puzzle out what the heck she means by her strange phrases.
There's a developing romance but its still early days, and apart from a couple of stolen kisses hasn't gone further. So many fantasy romance reads make the romance all the story, held up by the tiniest of plots, and for me I want all the mystery, the magic, the struggles, with the romance being there but as part of the story, not all of it.
Stars: Five, a fun read, and a good start to the trilogy.
Book purchase ( free but I paid for books two and three) – I do buy books in addition to receiving ARCs and having KU!
The slow burning sexual tension between our heroine and Gunner is great but not the main focus, this story has a real tale going on. Can't wait to read the next in the series.