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(Un)bidden (Judgement of the Six) (Volume 4) Paperback – November 24, 2014
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Melissa Haag currently resides in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. Touch was her first published novel. She is currently working on book five of the Judgement of the Six Series...along with several other new books.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I loved seeing just how completely different the werewolf community was before Charlene came along. Like, seriously people, crazy different. It was crazy intriguing to watch them resist the change, but then listen to the rather wise things that Charlene was saying. I loved seeing them find fulfillment from the human type things she had them doing.
And holy cow was it ever violent!! Like seriously, you think Gabby had it bad with all the crazy Introductions, but seeing what it was like at the beginning when they didn't even know how the claimings worked? Charlene went through a LOT!!! But I felt like all her thought processes, and the weighing of whether it was safe to stay there or find someplace else was very well thought out and realistic. Charlene was in a crazy tough position. I might not have gotten the full extent of her fear from one person, as she did from Penny...I couldn't help but wonder why people wouldn't be skeptical of Penny. Why she needed to close herself off from humans altogether. Why couldn't she just not use the ability? But I digress.
I must say that I am 100% with my blog partner Curly Carla -- Charlene's age bothered me. I did not believe one little bit that she was 15. I know some people are older than their ages, but it just did not feel authentic. And so that was weird.
I enjoyed Charlene and Thomas's long and complicated courtship. There was a lot of strange conflict since it was such a bizarre situation for both of them, but we did get to some great sweet moments. I will admit I must be a bit prudish, b/c I did have a problem with her age no matter how it was addressed in the book. It was odd. But if I ignored that, I really loved this beginning of their story. I almost wished there was more of their lives than just the beginning. I had so many questions of how things progressed. But I suppose that wasn't actually important, just me fangirling.
Now one other thing I absolutely adored was the cast of secondary characters. I LOVED Mary. What a great friend. And Mary and Gregory were adorable. It's funny that Mary was the same age, and yet her age didn't bother me as much. And seeing early Grey was delightful. I also liked seeing an early Wini too. And Anton! I know he had a tiny part, but what happened to him? I liked him.
I was extremely surprised by the outcome of Charlene's ability. I can't say more without spoiling, but I'm curious to see what the fallout is going to be.
Definitely a great addition to the series, and can't wait to keep finding out what's happening in the present.
Although I like this series, I love fast paced books and everything could have either been compressed in 3 books or filled with action packed scenes. I think some of details like: showering, eating , sleeping etc can be left out and filled with mystery and action. As one reader said in a comment, the author has an obsession with cooking so in the future I recommend to reduce these occurrences to once or twice per book..not every day.
I love how they tried to survive with anything they could gather. I feel that Charlene attracted everyone like a magnet into doing something different than their usual hunting and sleeping. She is strong, intelligent and she keeps her head up even though some of the werewolves didn't want her. She is not that easily swept away by Thomas and their relationship is funny and refreshing. I remember Charlene telling Emmit not to sleep in the same room with Michelle and Thomas's funny reaction to her subtle warning. Now I know why. Thomas is funny and insistent doesn't loose hope when she keeps rejecting him. Also the changes she made in the past shaped up the future, to help werewolves have a better live and survive.
I like this book because it has more action than the second and the first, but I still think that the author should stop with the cooking , cleaning and washing scenes she inserts in every chapter.
Someone said in a comment that it doesn't feel like the 80s, but I really don't think that the time is important since the author doesn't mention anything. I think this story is timeless and rather it is the 80s or 90s it doesn't matter, what matters is what happened that brought all the werewolves together to live in the compound and how they manage to become what they are in the present.