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The Mentor

Men of the North series, Book 3
By: Elin Peer
Series: Men of the North, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 9 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (328 ratings)
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This Story Is Seductive

Publisher's Summary

Everyone knows NOT to discuss how to raise children. The Men of the North have been living in exile for centuries, raising their boys without the influence of women. Now an experiment will bring girls and boys together in a new school with children and teachers from each side of the border. But how can two teachers work together when they don't agree on anything? 

Sparks fly in this clash of cultures when Archer Rex objects to Kya Rae's meditation "shit" that will surely turn his boys into wusses. He wants the kids to learn how to hunt and fight instead. Contains mature themes.

©2017 Elin Peer (P)2018 Tantor

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Simple and enjoyable

Love this book! Its simple, well paced throughout this book. I love how the author and narrator capture the emotion of the characters. Have listened to the book for at least 5times since i first got it! Never got tired of it!

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  • Sherri
  • Portsmouth, VA, United States
  • 05-05-18

A refreshing change of pace!

Fun and sexy with an interesting and surprising point of view. Narration is excellent. Looking forward to more from this author. Definitely worth a credit!

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Kyra and Archer

I love everything about this book. The experiment mixing the children was precious and I love all the children. I don't know why I find it hilarious whenever one of the Nmen curses at the other. So much good in this book with the children. Are Solo and Willow too young to be in love? I almost cried when Raven was adopted. I am concerned about Magni and his mental health. When will his situation change? Oh, and lets not forget about our main characters Kyra and Archer. It seems the Nmen know who they want to love and live their lives with. It's the women who are confused.

I enjoyed this book and will continue my binge reading as I move on to Book #4 The Seducer.

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Not my favorite

I’m in love with this series, but this story dragged a little and I didn’t quite feel the connection between the 2 as much as the previous stories. I still liked it, but just not like I like the others.

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Can't get enough

love this series...can't stop listening. The narrator's are amazing at reading the story out loud.

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Still a great series

T he first book is still my favorite, but this one had its rough moments, but never did I want to stop listening. The narrators were great and I hope they don't change them for the rest of the series. This was a very good read because we got to know about the young girls and boys going to school. Definitely recommend highly.

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Another wonderful Sequel

In my opinion this book was a great story about Kya and Archer. The story also explored the problems with opening a coed school. Never having any girls in their schools they begin to see problems with co education. Once again The author created a great escapism series.
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UNSURE!!!!

Book 3 in this series is about Kya and Archer. Christina nominates her best friend/old roommate Kya Rae to co-teach the experimental school with Archer. Kya and Archer fight and disagree constantly about how to teach the kids. Although it takes a longgggg time, they end up falling in love.

I had a really hard time deciding how I felt about this book. For me, it was hard to overcome the misogyny. I normally like bickering, but it's just so woven in with gender roles that it bothers me. But to be fair, this entire series is about gender roles so it's not really fair to judge it when that's the entire premise, right? I'm unsure. Also, I don't like spanking and this book has one scene with spanking (it wasn't terrible, but I just personally struggle with that in regard to children and even with consenting adults. I can even get on board with other BDSM stuff, but spanking always annoys me - PS there is no BDSM in this book. I was just explaining that it's just a weird thing that seriously puts me off). So perhaps if that doesn't bother you, this book won't be so hard to digest for you.

I do like how Archer clearly shows that he cares and likes Kya - despite some misogyny.

Overall, this book frustrated me, gave me lots of angst (toward the end after Kya realized she loves him, but maybe it's too late), and then I was relieved and happy when they end up together. So maybe that means it's a good book? Again, I'm just so unsure.

Give it a try! Find out for yourself. For me, I'm on to Book 4.

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  • 05-01-18

I have read all three audio books now....

The writing is ok, the story is ok but it's really an UG...Woman..SEX...book... Woman society, advanced, peaceable but facing extinction from not having men with good swimmers...
Male society....they get boy cast offs from the women in exchange for good sperm as they live a more natural life, sans women...but it's more neanderthal....

A sensible stab at trying to bridge the gap, one hook up at a time....

Fairly predictable but not an awful way to spend a few hours...

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Enjoyed it, but the 1st books were better

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I really looked forward to hearing Archer and Kya's story. I really liked these characters in the 1st two books. But the story seemed to drag a bit. I also agree with another reviewer that the spanking of one of the students was somewhat cringeworthy. However, it was not enough to turn me off from the book completely. All in all, I still look forward to reading the next two books, "The Seducer" and "The Warrior." I think that Elin Peer has done a pretty good job and the narrators were very good.