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Erin Amsel loves being a Crow! Why wouldn't she, when the other Viking clans are so hilariously arrogant and humorless? She's not about to let all that come to an end! She just didn't expect to be shoulder to shoulder in battle with Stieg. Then again, he's so easy to torment - and also kind of cute.
With the future of the world riding on them, Stieg knows he'll have to put aside his desperate need to kiss the smirk right off Erin's face. Wait. What? He didn't mean that-did he? No! They have one goal: To conquer the idiots. Because nothing bugs Stieg more than when idiots win. If only he can keep himself from suddenly acting like one...
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By Still Blooming on 04-04-17
successful third book in the series
Where does The Unyielding rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I like Shelly Laurenston and her early Pride/Shifter books can be very raw and uncomfortable. The Author had evolved a style that is both comedic and female kickass. The Author does empower females but it is a concept that can go over board especially in a character like Erin Amsdal. The Author stayed true to Erin's brass, assholish character but managed to add depth to her. I liked how she and Stig played off each other and it was not a normal he man save little lady rescue romance as that would never work.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Hilda the Goat. Because she can head butt you. Liked the dragon and the squirrel too.
Which scene was your favorite?
Not sure. Liked the book overall but I do remember the scene when the dragon was eating the leg of a corpse like a chicken bone. That sticks in your mind.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but was not able to. It was actually more enjoyable spread out over several days.
Any additional comments?
The author maintains a nice balance between comedy, brashness, and the end of the world is coming. She manages to put together very bizarre characters and make it work. The author's world is not for the quiet, shy, introvert. Although at times you want to push the lot of them off a bridge or balcony.
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