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The Keeping (Sequel to The Mating) (Law of the Lycans Book 4) Kindle Edition
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So I read Ms. Charles' "The Mating" and I fell completely in love with her (OK, I mean her writing, I really don't know her personally - though I'm sure she's a lovely woman) and I got hooked. I love werewolf and wolf shifter stories and I have read A LOT of them. So I'm quite discerning, and I normally would never pick up a book with "mating" in its title (or "bred" for that matter). But I read the synopsis, grabbed it, and read it in one day. Bam! I have a new were author high on my charts. But wait - there's more! In fact, there are 4 more books in the series.
This book is the sequel. Another 24 hour read. I was quite shocked, because I found it even better than the first. Mel and Ryne are a laugh riot. They have some serious humor going on, even with all the melodrama surrounding them. And I also really liked Anthony Greyson. OK, that's sort of a spoiler but you can figure it out. Bryan and Daniel are back, as are Kane, Elise and Helen (and there is some heavy drama there). I. Loved. This. Book.
Since now own The Finding (Book #3) I will start it tonight, right after "Dallas" (now there's melodrama for you). And I will probably be all bleary eyed at work tomorrow, spending a lot of time in the men's room with the Kindle on my phone!
Nickey Charles has a way of drawing you in making the plot believable and entertaining to the very end.
I simply could not put it down and once I discovered it was part of a series of four books I had to read them as well. I was not dissapointed at all.
A book I can recommend to all lovers of paranormal romance mixed with suspense and budding relationships.
A wonderful read
The Keeping was probably my least favorite. The actual keeping law was believable enough, but it was hard to imagine these packs going straight to such a drastic outcome. Having read the other books prior to this, I would have expected them to first get the werewolf Damage Control unit involved and gone about it in a different way. Because it seemed like they were overreacting about enacting the keeping law, it was hard to believe while reading the book that they might actually follow through with it. Because of that the emotional connection to the book was really lacking for me. Then there was the Mel and Ryne relationship, which was interesting enough but the twist with Mel was too far fetched, even for a paranormal text. Without wanting to give too much away, I'll just say that what happened with Mel and how she ends up is contradictory to something else that was said in the text and could have been much better developed. As a reader I was just unable to get lost in this particular story.
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