The Rough Mating Of A Vampire (The Vampire Coalition: A Short Prelude)

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Adare Connor is a vampire, the oldest of his kind to ever find his mate. Kristin Sparks, a human, owns his soul. (literally) In a rough, wild and volatile mating, Kristin will return his soul to him, making them bonded mates. Adare knows that the mating will bring out every carnal,possessive and dominant instinct he has.It's the nature of vampire matings.Will his destined mate be able to withstand More
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Words: 5,380
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301457595
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Review by: Lindsay Thompson on Feb. 25, 2014 :
This is a great prelude to Ethan's Mate. It gives you an idea of what to expect going into The Vampire Coalition Series. It is very short but paints a great picture. The characters even carry over some in Ethan's Mate. It won't take long to read and then you can dive right on into the next book in the series. ENJOY!!!!
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Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on July 28, 2013 :
The first 20% percent of this is just one big info-dump that serves largely to excuse the fact that Adare is one very, very selfish lover. I suppose it also gives A LITTLE bit of background about the way vampire mates hold the vampire's soul until the two are mated. I have to admit that this is an interesting idea, but it isn't explored at all. Nor is any background on the characters given. They don't have a single conversation before entering the mating chamber. I do understand that this is just a brief prequel to the series, but it fell pretty flat for me.

As I said, 20% infer-dump and then 75% sex. (There is 5 or so percent at the end dedicated to introducing the male characters for the rest of the series.) The problem really arose for me because I didn't find the sex particularly appealing. It wasn't very creative. They didn't do very much and it basically boiled down to a pounding. Though I can't even say that was all that rough. The whole thing left me with a feeling of 'meh.'

I'll grant that the writing was pretty good and it seemed well edited, but I'm not all that impressed with the rest of it.
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