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By Nat on 06-02-17
I love when sexual encounters naturally manifest!!
Where does Finding My Pack rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I absolutely LOVE a story that can be EXTREMELY sexy, while not being ABOUT sex. This book has the PERFECT balance ( for me, anyway. Being the over sensual pervert I am) between hot intimate moments, and outstanding character development. I have to say. At first I wanted our heroine to have NOTHING to do with 3/8 of the guys, and 2 others had already been seriously friend zoned in my mind. The fact that this book could change my mind COMPLETELY about 5 characters, while having NINE main characters in total?? Says something about the author's character development abilities!! Now, I'm SO deadly curious to see where this goes. Never in my life have a I read a book that accurately depicts the mindset of a successful poly-amorous household, within a YA, let alone to this caliber. I'm blown away with how communication is stressed through out, and WTF it's a werewolf book too??? I'm SOLD! I mean just WOW this book BLEW me straight out the water!!
With the way they've set up true mates, and the other details that are beginning to come to light about this world the author has created, I'm at the edge of my seat to see if our heroine gets to keep her boys, or if she's yet to find her one true soulmate! At this point.... I don't even know which outcome I'm hoping for!!! :DDDD
What other book might you compare Finding My Pack to and why?
The Hive Trilogy - 7 sexy guys, and a sassy main female protagonist. One of them loves to talk fashion and give her make overs. Both highly revolve around the super natural and being the rare female amongst the race. Same age range, and shady people after them for ulterior motives.
The Reliquary Series - Both books seem cute and romantic on the surface, but have a steamy sensual underbelly with perfect sexual chemistry between main characters. Supernatural elements as well. This book has lovely BDSM undertones, much like how Finding My Pack subtly teaches the polyamorous mindset.
The Mate Finder series - werewolves, and the special female who enters into the pack and changes their lives. A strong female lead who KNOWS how to handle herself. The werewolf lure set up in this book is EXTREMELY similar in theme to Finding My Pack. They could almost take place on the same plane, as though Finding my pack was a prequel or something XD
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
YES!! I could barely put it down!! I usually only listen to audio books in the car, and it can last 3 days to a week depending on how much im driving! I actually drained my tank TWICE in the middle of the night driving around JUST to listen to it! ( Driving while listening provides the best experience for me, and I wanted to properly experience EVERY second!)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By jesshutch78 on 05-11-17
Omg I'm hooked.... where's the next one.
this book has everything, great story a little mistery, thrill, a great girl and a promise of romance, alot of sweet romance. in love with the characters and so very ready to find out what happens next.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Summer Gajewski on 05-14-17
If you like the idea of Polyandry...
If you like the idea of Polyandry (the female version of polygamy) with a werewolf twist, then this book is for you.
The book spend most of it's time talking about the main character drooling over a group of men/wolves that take her in off the street. She then proceeds to fall in love with each of them at the same time and they are all ok with it... not very characteristic of wolves.
The story finally starts to get interesting/develop an actually storyline conflict around the last 3-4 chapters of the book before it ends.
16 of 18 people found this review helpful
By Danielle Miller on 06-21-17
because I see that there are already the next two books written however one of them is not showing available on Audible yet so far I cannot give this book a five star because it leaves you in the middle of the story if they wanted like the books like this they should have combined all three books into one large book sending no Happy Endings means no five star
3 of 3 people found this review helpful