Sent to find the woman whose darkness has yet to awaken, Michael Quinn battles his primal hunger for Saige. He alone can help her lay claim to her full powers. Yet in doing so, he will destroy her innocence, and mark her as his forever....
©209 Rhyannon Byrd; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
In book 2, we learn more about the casus and get introduced to Royce and Gregory. Sage Buchanan, Ian's sister, is aware and accepts her Merrick. And thankfully, there is a lot less angst over her destiny, unlike book 1. (In my opinion, Ian wrestled a little too long with his destiny.) However, even though Ms. Byrd's writing style is intense and emotional, I never really bought the attraction between Sage and Quinn. The sizzling passion and sexual tension that was in book 1, wasn't evident here. Quinn's excuse for why he could not be with Sage was a bit lame, and at times their sparring felt forced. Still, I will likely read book 3, which gets released in June. And I will hope the suthor adds more of her sizzling passion to the next book.
Horribly written, full of cliches. Absolute garbage. Badly read too. The narrator should NOT read books involving men's voices. When someone is described as DRAWLING a gravelly grouchy voice is not what is being called for. The whole book is ridiculous in its seriousness. We are to believe that immediately upon spotting someone you have never spoken to but are being sent to collect that you would immediately jump into "carnal" thoughts. And I don't use that word as a prude, it's seriously used through the book as a description. Ridiculous. I don't care about the characters one iota. The heroine is stupid and stubborn, the hero is grouchy and stubborn... woo woo. Fun times. So glad I bought this on sale 3 books for 2 credits. I consider this the FREE book. What a waste of time.
I really hated this story. The storyline was thin and both the hero and the heroine were just stupid. There was lots of violence and the heroine kept running away from get needed help. It was a total waste of my time and money.
Not a fan of the narrator at all. She sounds like a robot, except when she is speaking the dialog. It made listening very hard. The dialog for the male lead is done in this raspy voice that makes you want to offer the narrator a bottle of water. I honestly will avoid books with her as narrator in the future. Besides that, that book was okay. The author is very...descriptive. (Now say all of this in a slow robotic voice.)
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