Pursued: Brides of the Kindred book 6

Adult
Rated 4.70/5 based on 10 reviews
A warrior scarred both inside and out.
A woman broken by her past.
Can they make each other whole or will Elise run from her pain? If she does, Merrick cannot help but chase her.
Elise is being Pursued. More

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Review by: beca on Nov. 23, 2012 :
I can't got enough of these men!!!! I want my very own Kindred. :) Please keep the books coming, I love keeping up with all the old and new characters.

This world is and it's men are awesome!!!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: mary carroll on Sep. 22, 2012 :
I loved this. Book and. Bated to read the last page all the book s are so good I have read them all cant wait till the next one
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kae W on Sep. 10, 2012 :
Overall, I loved it. I really loved Merrick. I enjoyed the plot changes and this book really seemed to refresh the series for me. Good sexy parts and a hilarious villain. I look forward to the next. The only part that bugged me was the "previous characters" love scene toward the beginning of the book. It felt sort of out of place which bugged me, almost like the author felt the need to put in an obligatory shag scene. All in all though, my favorite of the series!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: maria soukhotina on Aug. 03, 2012 :
As always, hot & steamy - but I must confess I'm getting confused by all those new kinds of Kindred, threats to the Kindred, etc, etc...
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: ann cooper on July 25, 2012 :
great series cant wait for more
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: angelique leal-hatim on July 17, 2012 :
just love the entire series!!!! can wait for next installment!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Alix Smith on July 15, 2012 :
I'm still firmly Team Sylvan here. Absolutely, one billionty percent. He's just my special favourite and nobody else has come close - okay, maybe Deep came close, but no cigar... and Xairn too, but not as close as Deep. What? I like angsty, tortured dudes okay?

I enjoyed this one though. I didn't think I would because we went into it with a vague passing knowledge of Merrick and it wasn't a very erm... enticing introduction to him - and frankly, Elise was a bit of a moron. I mean seriously? Chasing allthefuck over hells half acre TWICE after a glorified cartoon pony? IN YO' UNDIES?! And all the whining and crying and carrying on was getting old - pick a direction and stick with it woman, I like how it was handled in (SHOCKER) Sylvan and Sophie's story better. Also, serious lack of Baird, Deep and Lock in this one. I find I missed them - even the passing scenes with Sylvan were great, so little instances of those three would've been faboosh.

But overall it was interesting enough to keep my attention (though where was all the smut in this one???) and it's definitely leading up to some interesting sounding sequels. I just adore this series. I swear Evangeline Anderson just can do no wrong with it as far as I'm concerned (unless Sylvan gets offed, in which case, friends off yo').

Is it completely insane that I think I'm going to be mega-drawn to Draven? Fuhreak is H-O-T shit. And sarcastic. I'm a sucker for sarcasm, yes I am. He needs an enchanting little human girl to show him the error of his ways, that's for damned sure.

I'm assuming Lissa and Saber are up next, YAY! She's a cutie pie and he's already hot shit, so I cannot wait.

Another awesome instalment, can't wait for (ohmigosh) number seven!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kiff on July 15, 2012 :
I love the whole series. I would recommend you start at the beginning. Wish they came out more often. I really enjoy the interaction with the other brides. Can't wait to see another bride or visit to another planet.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Becky Kincade on July 14, 2012 :
I have enjoyed this series. You really need to start with the first one and read them in order. This book and others are full of passion and action, a great combination. Can't go wrong with Evangeline Anderson.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Katie Cody on July 02, 2012 :
The long awaited Pursued has finally been published and the wait was totally worth it!

Merrick the scarred warrior and best friend of Sylvan found a young woman named Elise who had been tortured by the scourge frozen in a stasis chamber. He saved her life by bringing her back to the mother ship and since then the two have become very close, but things go sour when they find out Elise has a fiancé. Merrick is determined to forget her, but that soon becomes impossible when they find out that they somehow formed a very dangerous soul bond that requires Elise to be at his side constantly. Now in order to save them both they must brave the dangerous jungle of Rageron and find the pain vine. Will they find the plant before it’s too late or will they finally be able to deal with the past to discover a love worth fighting for?

This story was so full of emotion that you better be ready for a rollercoaster ride that will have you wishing for a Merrick of your own. Both of these characters have had pasts that haunt them to this day. There was a lot of character growth in this story and I couldn’t help but feel for these characters they went through a lot and still persevered and became better people for it.

Elise is a passionate young woman who never had the chance to really let herself go. She is also fiercely protective of those unable to protect themselves such as children and animals. Elsie is also unfailing kind and yet a bit stubborn. She is a great influence on Merrick and brings out the best in him.

Merrick is the tough as nails warrior who is used to being alone. He is noble and kind in his own way I couldn’t help falling in love with him. The way he protects his loved ones and always tries to do the right thing is amazing and
I cannot believe that he actually believes that the goddess wouldn’t care about him. He is good for Elise and truly cares for her I loved this pairing more than any other in the series simply because they are so amazing together.

Don’t miss the amazing new edition to the Kindred series!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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