Everyone says there are two paths in life, but for Jewel Scott it looked like both of them were very dangerous things. One led toward Anthony, a murdering psychopathic Werewolf who was also the head of the city mob and her fiancé...against her will. The other road led toward Steven, a Werecougar whom she had knocked out with a baseball bat on their first meeting. He retaliated by kidnapping her and making her his mate.
Steven Wilder had fallen for the bat-wielding temptress in more ways then just hitting the floor.... He wanted to keep her. Finding out she was promised to the mob gave him the reason he needed to kidnap her and make her his mate...for her own protection, of course. Anthony Valachi had become obsessed when she was no more then a child and, under mob rule, he'd gained control over his bride to be. If anyone thought they could steal her they were wrong...dead wrong.
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I have listened to the first 3 in this series and the story is getting better. I have listened to several series where it seems that the author takes a bit to get into the swing of things. A few things that are distracting about the stories is the constant setting up of future stories and couplings, I like a little forshadowing, but it can be a nuisance if it takes away from the current story, however it seems this, the third is better put together. The piano music between scenes if extremely irratating and becomes almost comical in Saturday Night Live skit kind of way of over dramatizing. The narrator has also grown with the series as she is good but could use a little polish and some understanding of the sarcasm the author seemed to intend in some of the interactions, sarcasm being my 2nd language, i understood. They are intersting enough that I will continue with the series to see how the characters play out.
Damon & Alicia
I like all of them.
Yes! Couldn't stop listening! Had to know what happened next!
I couldn't get past about hour on this audiobook because the quality was so bad. It bounces from barely being able to hear the narrator, to her yelling in your ear. This may be a great book, but I couldn't get past the narration and quality.
I love the first 4 books on audio. The narrator did an excellent job. There are 10 books in the blood bound series. I am disappointed that audible only offers the first four books... bummer that I can't finish this series on audible.
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