Ethan Abbatt is a wolf shifter who can't shift. Plagued by pain and weakness all his life, he hopes to find an honorable death by joining his pack mates in a vampire attack. Instead, Ethan learns two things: draining his blood releases his pain and his wolf, and he has a true mate - a vampire named Miguel.
Miguel Rodriguez is more than four centuries old. Strong, powerful, and vicious, he walks through life as a shadow, without happiness or affection. When a young shifter tells Miguel they're true mates, destined to be together, Miguel sends him away. But Ethan is persistent, and Miguel can't resist for long. Once Miguel gives in, being together comes naturally. The challenge is keeping themselves alive so they can stay by each other's side until forever comes.
©2013 Cardeno C. (P)2013 Cardeno C.
I always tend to gravitate towards audiobooks, one because of the narrator and two for the convenience. So yes, I consider the audio edition better.
The idea of the book was good but it seemed to be missing that "umpf", you know?
The conflict between Ethan and Miguel was good, intriguing even. However beside that, there was no real plot. Yes, because of what they are there should have been struggle, should have been some tension. But in all actuality there really wasn't much. Everything just resolved too easily, too conveniently. So by the end it was kind of dragging, and a bit anti-climatic. So this would be a book where the concept was good but the execution could have been better. I still enjoyed it however, as I did the first book in the series, and would read future sequels.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
This was not as good as book 1. I think the whole country wolf thing really messed it up a bit... the wolf almost seemed like a dummy... then the whole tiny wolf topping a big powerful vampire was just unrealistic more so than a wolf and vampire story.
Narration was ok... but the wolf voice or rather country accent didn't work for me.
Great send and romance but still it was just eh!!
Good credit if you have book 1... not a buy... maybe a sale...
I really enjoyed this audio. It was a good listen. The narrator was wonderful with his accent and innocents of our younger Ethan and the smoothness of Vampire character Miguel.
It may not be as deep as other Cardeno C 's books but it was certainly worth the price and it is something you could stand listening to more then once.
I enjoyed the not too complicated story of our characters, I believe the storyline could have been longer to get more in depth. However it was good at sticking to the bottom line. How and why are our characters getting together and what would keep them together.
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