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2.0 out of 5 starsShort
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2014
I normally love Michele Bardsley books but this was one of her shortest books and had no real story too it. I am used to her having a lot more action in the story before the couple actually gets together and a lot more problems. In this book it seemed like she just wanted to finish the book and didn't care if it had any of her usual issues.
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2014
I love Michele Bardsley's writing and her sense of humor. I've been a fan since the first Broken Heart book, and like a lot of fans, over the years I've been clamoring for stories about the royal triplets. With Some Lycan Hot, we finally get to see Darrius (the brother of Drake and Damien), have his chance at a happily ever after, even if the bitter goddess Nemesis has other plans. Nemesis made a bargain with Alaya to save Darrius's life a long time ago, and when a loophole nullifies that bargain, she is pissed off and set on vengeance.
I loved Alaya's toughness and determination, and together with Darrius, they are explosive as a couple. (Her best friend Treese gives some welcome comic relief as well). Also, a lot of Broken Heart showed up in Broken Arrow to support Darrius, and the encounters are snort-worthy.
There are plenty of teases during the story and at the end to make me hopeful for much more to come. Can't wait for more books from Michele!
This is the second book I have bought recently from her that is a kindle version. I am sick of her behind the scenes crap, author commentaries, and the upcoming releases. I want the story. This "book" felt like it was 20 pages. It was way too short and rushed. I also felt like some of the character situations were unfinished. I expected so much more from Michele Bardsley, that I slightly regret paying for this "book"
I really did't like this book. There just wasn't a real storyline. Everything had to go fast and So it was as though the writer didn't take the time to develop the characters. I was really disappointed!