Thursday, 22 December 2016
Review: Dangerously Red - Kristin Miller
Before the night is through, I’ll join the Arcana wolf pack, declare a mate, and transition into a wolf for the first time. I must decide between Reaper, the devilishly sexy huntsman, and Lukas, the fiercely controlling Alpha. Both pleasure me senseless, taking me to heights I’ve never known. But I can’t have both.
Time is up, and I must choose.
But Lukas just dropped a bombshell. If I declare him as my mate, no other person is allowed to touch me. Ever. Not a handshake or a good-bye hug. Talk about stifling. Not to mention, the Omega has all but forbidden me to choose Reaper. As I stand before the pack, I must decide…the man who unleashes dark desires inside me, or the man I’m forbidden to love.
Get ready for scorching hot Alphas, a spitfire heroine, and a breathtaking ending!
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It's time for Ivy to officially join the pack and that means choosing her life mate. But will she pick domineering alpha Lukas or will she go against everyone and choose Reaper, the man she started falling for first but is forbidden from mating?
I'm sorry to say it but I just don't have a very high opinion of this series, not only is it very overpriced considering each instalment is only about 55 pages long but I never got answers to my questions regarding the world building and there is absolutely no character development. Lukas and Reaper pretty much treat Ivy like a toy to fight over and I don't think either of them particularly care about her or want her to be happy. Reaper is marginally better than Lukas but the shine has worn off him since part one.
I'm also finding myself cringing at every sex scene, Ivy has gone back and forth between two men multiple times in the space of a single evening and not once have they used protection so it kind of turns my stomach a bit. It doesn't help that I knew exactly who she would end up with and who was causing trouble in the pack from the first instalment, I kept hoping to be surprised but it was all as predictable as hell and quite boring really.
I can't recommend this serial, it's over priced, the world building is shoddy and the characters aren't interesting or memorable. I'm disappointed.
Source: Received from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
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