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Haven is most appropriate for an older YA age group. It has enough quality to make for an enjoyable read for older adults like myself. Haven uses the overlapping mundane & supernatural world as the base to develop the storyline and characters. It picks up a few months after Rogue in the Relentless series, and tells the story of Emma going out on her own to live in Sara's old home. Emma grows to love the community, and Roland in particular. Roland has grown & matured himself. There is no escaping the mating bond, even with avoiding most of the female werewolves in town for the annual clan gathering. What I like best about this book is that the main characters treat love & sex with the respect they deserve. Not enough YA books give healthy examples of what is a very important part of life for most physically & mentally healthy, fully-developed human beings. Murder, mayhem, evil & death, set in dystopian societies, are accepted by too many male adult publishers as appropriate YA subject matter, but a healthy, loving relationship isn't. What's wrong with that picture? I'd like to think that a book like Haven balances out some of that publishing dreck.
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This was my first audiobook - I picked a book I knew I loved and was very satisfied with the experience. I immediately purchased the rest of the series on audible as well. The narrators did a great job!
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A fair while since I’ve read a paranormal story and this one turned out to be quite an enjoyable if not over exciting story line. A good pace throughout.
A good tie in story. It does help to have already heard the relentless trilogy. The two narration style works well. Looking forward to Fated being available on Audible.
Roland and Emma's story is a love affair that comes from the ashes likes a Phoenix. Haven is totally different from the other Karen Lynch books in a way that it doesn't have as much action as the others have, but it lack in action made up in an in depth examination in Emma and Roland's life, their fears, wants and visions, and the secrets that Emma has is the one holding her feelings back to Roland and also that Roland being a werewolf will eventually in print to a female wolf and so she tried to avoid him but fate or two be exact Roland's wolf has other ideas. This is a hauntingly sweet story and i am so glad i have purchased it in audible form. The narrative is excellent both Caitlin and Zachary are magnificent. Thanks guys i am looking forward to the next in the series.