The "Lion" is a complete wimp, every scene he is either hiding or wimpering. Chritine Feehan had created an amazing read in the Lepard series, I was expecting that kind of male lead.
The discriptions are lengthy but vague, pages and pages of discription all lead up to no clear storyline. Just didn't care about the characters.
All her males seem like wimps. Everyone seemed confused.
Really disapointed, Feehan writes a good story, but this is not nearly her best. Maybe it would help if I had read it myself, It wouldn't have been so drawn out. If this was the first book had read of hers, I would never pick up another.
I enjoyed this book while on a long car trip. The long story was a perfect match to the long journey.
The discriptions of the storm damage were so real I felt like I too was there.
The accents didn't ring quite true.
not really one moment, just the developement of the people.
I would not recomend this book to anyone in a hurry, you need to just enjoy the slow reveal
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