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review 2017-08-29 19:53
REVIEW BY MERISSA - The Truth in Love: Virgo (Zodiac Shifters #14) by K.C. Stewart
The Truth in Love: Virgo - K.C. Stewart,Zodiac Shifters
The Truth in Love: Virgo is the latest instalment in the Zodiac Shifters series. Emilie is the Virgo of the story, going through the motions of being happy with her (human) fiance. Things get interesting for her when he finds her shifting and, not realising that it is her, shoots her. He then declares Emilie is dead. She, being completely alive, makes her way to where her brother lives. She has managed to call him before she arrives, so he knows the story of what has happened to her, and makes it as easy as possible for her to start again. Things get a bit more complicated when Carter, her next door neighbour and landlord, is added to the picture.
 
This is a well paced story that features characters I am already acquainted with. It was a nice touch to see them again, to see how they are faring, whilst actually being vested in someone else. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, and the only hiccups were actually part of the story! This was a thoroughly enjoyable book, and I can't wait to read the next Zodiac Shifters book! Highly recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

@kcstewartwrites, #Paranormal, #Romance, 4 out of 5 (very good)

 

Source: sites.google.com/site/archaeolibrarian/merissa-reviews/thetruthinlovevirgozodiacshifters14bykcstewart
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text 2015-04-22 15:36
Reading progress update: I've read 23%.
How to Howl at the Moon - Eli Easton

 

 

 

 

 

“Mother, just like the last fifty-five thousand times you’ve mentioned it, I have no intention of getting married and having a family. You’re just going to have to content yourself with the grandchildren you already have.”

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Lance had heard humans talk about the tenacity of Jewish mothers. He didn’t know any, but he’d be surprised if they could hold a candle to the relentless herding instinct of a quickened mother who was descended on both sides from border collies.

 

LOOOOOOL... I know *exactly* how this feels :)

Source: karmabites.booklikes.com/post/1150883/reading-progress-update-i-ve-read-23
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review 2014-01-08 23:00
Carol Lynne – Alrik
Alrik - Carol Lynne

Reviewed by:  Kevin

 

Summary:  Alrik is determined to keep sex with Ben simple, but when wolves, shifters and bullets enter their world, all bets are off.

Dr Ben Cook has devoted his life to saving the Mexican Grey wolf population from extinction. A year after being shot while looking for a large pack of Mexican greys, he’s determined to try again. When Ben’s sister hires one of the C-7 shifters to protect him on his mission, he feels an immediate and undeniable attraction to the huge blond protector.

Alrik’s body yearns for his client on sight, but for a shifter who prefers sex without sentiment, Ben presents a problem. Centuries earlier, Alrik learned that love was a worthless emotion that only served to trap those stupid enough to fall.

Review:  I have to say, what an original take on your typical paranormal storyline. This is a wonderful paranormal gay romance! The main characters have great chemistry and the story is fast paced. The book has a strong start; the author does a good job setting up the characters' personalities and outlining the potential future conflicts of their relationship. The writing was good although sometimes it left me wanting to get to know more about the characters and the pace felt rushed at times.

C-7 is a group of seven genetic beings that are chameleon shifters not only have the ability to shift into any animal form, but also human form.  The characters were well described and easy to relate to. Ben was a nice surprise--caring, clumsy, and enjoying every moment of his life. His clean persona and openness were charming and did not come off as forced or comic. Alrik was more complex, with a history that required him to always do what was needed and expected. These characteristics balanced each other perfectly, as should happen with a good romance, but with enough in common to make it believable. This book has some pretty hot sex scenes for that matter, and does use the concept of a destined mate, but building more on the relationship of the two main characters. And it was so very romantic.

All that said, I think it was a fantastic story with potential for future romance and storylines of the remaining characters. So I encourage you to give it a try because after all is said and done, these are great characters and their first foray into a loving relationship was a treat to read.

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review 2013-12-28 00:00
Alrik (C-7 Shifters)
Alrik - Carol Lynne Really strangely clinical. I although thought the story wasn't quite that well-executed. It definitely could have been a lot better.
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review 2013-11-06 14:18
Alrik by Carol Lynne
Alrik - Carol Lynne

This review can be found at The Blog of Sid Love.

This is the story of Dr. Ben Cook, who has a fascination with Mexican Grey wolves and saving them from extinction, and Alrik, the bodyguard Ben’s sister hires to keep Ben from getting shot again while gathering data of the few known Mexican Grey wolf packs in America. Attraction is instant when the two meet but Ben is determined to get the information he needs to help the wolves, even if they don’t want his help. While Alrik thought it’d be an easy job to shadow Ben, neither of them count on their attraction becoming physical nor do they expect to find shifters merging with natural wolves. Unfortunately, Ben’s desire to help the wolves has caused Ben and Alrik to stumble upon an issue the wolves have been having for some time. Now they’re trying to help but just how wanted is their assistance? And who keeps saving Ben from sticky situations? But, more importantly, does the sudden lust between Ben and Alrik mean something more and is it even wanted?

One of my guilty pleasures is shifters. I can’t get enough of them, no matter how many of them I read. With this one, I liked that the shifter was of a different nature. Alrik is considered a chameleon shifter, part of the C-7 shifters, named because there is only seven of them in the world. They can change into any animal, no matter how small or how large. Alrik being part of the C-7 and what that all means, plays a big role in this book, in my opinion. I found all of that fascinating because I love seeing different takes on shifters and mixed with the fact that the C-7 are so different but so similar was very interesting for me.

As characters, Alrik is very forceful, demanding and surprisingly possessive considering he’s very adamant what is going on between him and Ben is ‘nothing’. It’s cute how he denies what is right in front of him but also sad (this is also a guilty pleasure of mine). Ben, on the other hand, I absolutely adored. He’s such a sweetheart and I loved that he could be stubborn when he wanted to be but also knew when putting up a fight would be useless. The two together are cute and indulge in their lust quite often. Their relationship isn’t as in depth as I would have liked (since the story is so short) but I liked what they went through and had a lot of fun reading it.

While I loved the world Ms. Lynne created and the characters, I had a few issues. My main issue was how much sex there was. It was too much for my tastes and it made me feel, in the end, that their relationship was more of a physical one than an emotional one. Besides that, I was confused in the beginning regarding the world. It feels like you’re thrust into this unknown society and expected to understand it already. So, it took a little time to get acquainted with the fact that shifters were common knowledge and lived among humans openly. Over the course of the book, the world becomes clearer but those first few pages were somewhat disorientating.

All in all, I enjoyed this one a lot. I love Ms. Lynne’s writing and I adored the world she created. This series seems to be all short stories so far (something that saddens me greatly!), they’re quick reads but I loved the characters and found the world fascinating. I can’t wait to see the direction this series goes in but I hope the other books are longer than this one!! Definitely recommended for those looking for something short, easy and fun.

Source: www.goodreads.com/review/show/753632511
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