Gabby's brain is like a human fish finder. It comes in handy when she wants to avoid people. Mostly men. They seem to like her a bit too much. It's lonely being different, but she's adapted to it. Really. She just wishes she knew why she is different, though.
In her search for answers, she discovers a hidden community of werewolves. She immerses herself in their culture, learning about their world until she meets Clay. He's unkempt, prone to mood swings, and intense without saying a word, and he thinks Gabby is his.
It's going to take every trick she knows to convince Clay to go away - and every bit of willpower not to fall for him when she discovers the man beneath the rough exterior.
Delve into a riveting world of werewolves and young women with unexplained abilities in Hope(less).
Judgement has begun....
©2013 Melissa Haag (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Ok. Great story. Amazing characters--most of the time. Big, exciting finish and then? Nothing! The next book in the series picks up with completely different characters. WTH?? I won't be listening to the sequels anytime soon. I think this kind if ending is completely irresponsible on the part of the author. If you want readers to be invested in characters, you can't just yank them away and start over with new people. Other authors have successfully added new characters without tossing out the old--think Jaymin Eve's "First World" series--so I truly don't understand the decision to go this route. Not a happy camper.
This was a painfully long book to listen to. The story just went on and on with no real plot until the last third of the book. You got your typical werewolf mate bond/heroine in denial story except werewolf stays mostly in wolf form and never speaks to her. She spends the whole book trying to interpret what he is thinking. I get the whole actions speak louder than words but without anything else going on in the story it got old real fast. By the end I just didn't care anymore. This series is not for me. Would have been better if there had been more about the plot and less about the werewolf/heroine interaction.
I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED this book and their story. I regret not having a chance to read it sooner. The story is absolutely amazing, I never expected the turns and twists in it. I loved being surprised by the characters and their actions. And the story is so original, I have never read anything like that before.
Over all I have to say, Wow just wow. Brilliant writing. I really enjoy the way Melissa writes, and OMG what is she doing to me??? That ending just left me desperate for more! I can't wait to read the next of the series.
I would definitely listen to it again. I love the story and the characters.
Clay is my favorite character. I love how protective he is of Gabby all while giving her the space she needs.
I laughed until I cried at some of the snarky dialogue. There were times I was angry with Gabby because of the way she treated Clay.
One of my favorite books of all time.
Confusing plot, weak heroine. Premise seemed to have potential, but never satisfying at any point. Made no sense. Bismal ending. The next sequel does not take off at the ending of this book, which it promised it would.
it just wasn't for me, no real story for most of the book, the main character was annoying and I just couldn't do it.
Somewhere in the middle of the pack. The story is really good, but the narrator has a bit of a whiny voice. It grates on me a bit.
Clay is my absolute favorite. He is so very expressive without saying a word. He is loving, and selfless, and he is heroic.
haughty whiny wrong
I love this series of books, but I am disappointed in this narration.
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