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Smashwords book reviews by kayiee

  • Nature's Destiny on Feb. 13, 2015

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lop) Everything about this book and intrigued me and got me curious enough to read. It's about a werewolf, so... The story is actually a fast-paced one for me. Luna, I love the name, is bitten disguised as being mugged and became a werewolf. I actually got confused because the details were hazy. Maybe I want it described with more details as to make the images and scenes in my head to be vivid but I feel like the events were rushed. I didn't feel in depth with the character. I actually wanted to know them better. Yes, I want less details on the physical aspects so i can conjure them on my own, but I also want more than brief descriptions. Less is more but too much less is actually nothing. The prophecy. Yep, there's one. Its actually lame, I think. It didn't give the story mystery or excitement. The story could go along without it. The fight. Yes, I love fights. I want gory details, not a quick death that have happened in a blink of an eye. Of course it could, what with the strength and super speed but it could have been described in a slow motion detail. The love. I was missing the intensity. They're werewolf, they have animal instincts. They should be more primal and animalistic, and quarrelsome and possessive. That would make it very sexy. But I like the concept of the story. Luna, a turned werewolf fulfilling a destiny falling in love with an Alpha, Riley. Its inevitable, yes. But it still something you want to read.
  • Sapphire's Divinity on Feb. 17, 2015

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP) I give this book a 3.5 to 4 stars. Riley. I still feel the whole-alpha-I'm-an-animal vibe is missing. I can't feel the alpha vibe/possessive type/animalistic attitude with him. I guess it goes with the way of love of the pack and family and his upbringing? But I want him more powerful than how I was able to feel him. Luna. The character is strong. I think I'm liking her here. But, those omissions of her, I actually hate her during those scenes. It hurt Riley. But I understand anyway, with all that's been happening, its understandable. So the events, I feel there's a great improvement with compared to the first book. The events are not rushed and I quite got the feel of the scene. Something with Nick and Sky, I think there's a possibility there for the book 3. More into the end of the story, I do get what the Ancient Guardians are saying. But something about the disease is quite a surprise for me because I didn't expect that and there is a cliffhanger! Beware! This can be read as a stand-alone. But to better get the feel of the series, it should be read as follows: 1. Nature's Destiny 2. Sapphire's Divinity 3. Guardians Dynasty
  • The Hunter and the Witch on June 15, 2015

    Short and enjoyable read. It left me hanging in the end though, because I wanted more. I wanted to explore Bethany’s magic and prowess and Lucios’ killer skills. I hope there’s more to their adventure and relationship.