In Wolf Bite Cadence gets caught up in a battle between two wolf packs and discovers she is much more than a bank teller.
I love this novel. I loved the world the author created and the characters. I loved that it is a standalone and doesn't cut off abruptly with an annoying cliffhanger--Can you tell I've read to many of those as of late in this genre. :) I just wanted more. I wanted more background history on Grayson and his pack, more about Cadence and her family, more hints right off the bat that she wasn't a mere mortal, would have liked to known more about why Rogue is bent on destruction. I feel that if the story had fifty or hundred more pages certain sections wouldn't have felt so rushed and we would have had a better build up to the scene we really wanted (wink, wink).
That being said, this novel is still a great story and well worth reading. I'll have to add the author and her books to my favorite list. :)
--Author Jennifer Reynolds
I loved part two of this series just as much as I loved part one. Savvy is getting more adorable the older she gets. The stories continue to be hilarious, emotional, and inspirational.
I love that this family is normal. Dan doesn't try to make himself out to be father of the year or his daughter to be a prodigy. They buy used toys off craigslist and buy their birthday cakes from Publix just like the rest of us. Savvy throws tantrums and mom and dad lose their patients.
I was dubious in the beginning because the first two stories didn't seem to really be about Savvy. They weren't bad, but they didn't feel relevant to what the book is supposed to be about, but the sunglass story that followed them made up for things.
I don't have children, but since I have eleven nieces and nephews, and most of my friends have children, I could relate to most of the stories. The Winnie the... well, I won't say what Savvy says, brings to mine one about my best friend's son. He loves toy cars. He loved to bang them against things. When he did he said a word that should have been bam but wasn't. The word sounds just like bam, but with a d. We couldn't get him to stop saying it because he didn't hear the difference in the words. My best friend lived in mortification for about three months.
On a side note, I have to stop listening to these books in public. I nearly wrecked my car in the 'that is a pee pee right there story.' I burst into laughter while trying to make a turn in five o'clock traffic, not a good thing.
There are few times when things get to be a bit repetitive. He tells us a number of times in the same story that his mom made pound cake from them when they were little. There are a few times where the narrator of the audio book skips words or letter. In one place it sounds as if he says I stead when he meant instead. These instances were few and far between and were probably only noticeable because the version of the novel I have is an audio one.
Overall this is a wonderful series that I highly recommend and will continue to follow.
I didn't enjoy this novel. It was too childish for me.
I enjoyed the first book in this series, but the last two were just boring.
I found this novel more interesting than the last too books in the Matched series, but still a bit slow and boring. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17731926-atlantia?ac=1
That is all for this week. Stop by next week to find out what I'll be reading in the week to come. :)