In the New York Times bestselling Noble Dead saga, Barb and J.C. Hendee created an engrossing mix of intrigue, epic fantasy, and horror. Now, they present a bold new series set in the same world, where the destinies of two hunters shaped by the shadows of their pasts are about to collide...
So, it's interesting that this book is written entirely in phone conversations. Barb was annoying at first, but quickly, I felt her deceit was justified. Jeff was face-palmingly frustrating. That kid is more shallow than a kiddie pool. It bothered me that Barb called him a friend at one point, even though she specified that they're only friends on the phone.
I like to imagine that Barb finally gives up on Jeff completely after the events in the book. He never learns his lesson. He seems to get a clue once or twice, but quickly reverts back to the same Jeff he always was.
'Bonding With the Beast' by Evangeline Anderson is the story of Isobel and Hail.
Isobel is a single mother who left an abusive husband and feels she has not time or want for romance. But she has been dreaming of a man who makes her feel the want of him.
Hail is a Dark Alien who thinks that he can't have a relationship because of his dark temper that he has to have a gauge to control it. But when he meets Isobel he feels a connection to her and she to him. Can these two be able to work through their issues?
This is a Dark Hot Alien Romance with about 161 pages.
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