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Last of the Ravens - Linda Winstead Jones
Last of the Ravens
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This is no world for those who are other than human. But is it still a world for those who love? New York Times bestselling author Linda Winstead Jones presents readers with an evocative, sensual, emotional tale of a man who is one of a kind….Bren Korbinian is unique: the last of the raven-kind.... show more
This is no world for those who are other than human. But is it still a world for those who love? New York Times bestselling author Linda Winstead Jones presents readers with an evocative, sensual, emotional tale of a man who is one of a kind….Bren Korbinian is unique: the last of the raven-kind. He long ago accepted there was no future—no wife or children—for him. But when he sees the petite blonde woman entering the only other cabin on "his" mountain, something stirs inside him. Miranda Lynch speaks with ghosts, helping those in need of solace. The last thing she expects is to meet a man who speaks to something deep inside her, filling her dreams with erotic promise.But discovery and joy are touched with danger— there is an organization that wants the world free of "freaks" like Bren and Miranda. They will stop at nothing to ensure that Korbinian is the last of his kind. Including murder….
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781426846533 (1426846533)
Publisher: Silhouette Desire
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Harlequin Nocturne (#79)
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bloodviolet
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2.0 Last of the Ravens
Usually, I would read this type of book in one or two sittings but this one just wasn't grabbing my attention for whatever reason. It was just sort of ok, and it does have a few unique ideas at least. The paranormal creature of the story is a man who shifts himself into a flock of ravens...
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Rachel's books rated it
Interesting concept (raven shifter). What I didn't like (and this is why I'm giving the book a 2 instead of a 3), was this quote "creation was inevitable." The paragraph went on to say that using a condom wouldn't prevent conception. I don't care much for books that take away choice and when/if a...
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