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    New Hastings here I come

    I'm a huge fan of the Relentless series, I've re read the first 4 books countless times and I never tire of the story or the world the books are set in. I couldn't wait to get my hands on Roland's story because I've always loved him and Peter, I'm also a total sucker for werewolves and in a market were werewolf books are a dime a dozen I was intrigued to see what Karen's take on it would be. This book is everything I hoped it would be, it is different from the previous books, it's definitely more of a love story than the action packed thrill ride of the others but there is still lots of depth to the plot and I was gripped by the story. The Pack are wonderful and all the new characters we get to meet are just perfectly written, and I loved getting to know Maxwell, Brendan, Francis and a few others better, everything about how Karen has written their lives is how I image a werewolf pack to be....it's totally believable! She's definitely created a world in its own right separate from Sara's world and I'm really hoping Karen considers writing more books set in the Pack in the future....there is a certain rather grumpy werewolf I'd love to have his own book!! There are lots of cameos in this book from other characters in the series which works brilliantly at giving us a little tease as to what they are all up to. This book is a dual POV story which is a new element to the series, I think Karen has totally nailed it....Roland is funny, charming, warm, thoughtful, and most importantly he doesn't know everything, he gets things wrong and he's still trying to figure out who he is....like most young adults. I'm not saying anything about 'the girl' because I want you to be as surprised and excited as I was! One of the most enjoyable aspects of this book has been the return to New Hastings and The Knolls, although only Relentless was actually set here Karen did such a phenomenal job with the world building that I felt I knew every detail about this place! Reading this book and returning to this town gave me serious warm and fuzzy feelings lol, I want to live here!! I've only ever felt this connected to the place in a story once before, Hogwarts, were the place becomes it's own character, it's truly magical writing!! I want to walk on the wharfs, drink coffee in The Hub, have lunch in the diner and paint in Sara's apartment....who wants to join me? This is another 5 star book from Karen, I wish I could give it a million stars! Well done Karen 😀❤️📚
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    #TeamRoland

    Reading Haven was like settling in with old friends. What a joy to see more of that world open up as we dig deep into Roland's story. This was a big expect the unexpected book, and it kept me on the edge of my seat to watch Roland react, realize, understand and deal with life and situations that came from unexpected areas. Ms. Lynch is a master at weaving such an incredible tale and this did not disappoint!
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    unique, emotional werewolf YA

    I feel like werewolves are everywhere in YA these days, but Roland's story was far from tired, partly because he and his pack exist in Lynch's unique and fresh paranormal world (Haven ties in seamlessly with the first 3 in this series, I enjoyed the Mohiri cameos!) and partly because neither Roland nor the "her" mentioned in the book blurb (no spoilers!) are ready to, want to, or even should, really, be mates. Lynch writes dual POV that gives both characters a unique 'voice', and in so doing she makes the reader invested in their respective trials and internal battles; I liked that they each had their own separate story, while simultaneously denying the tension caused by their secret, rebuffed interest in each other. I got a lot more emotional than I expected to by the end of the book, and was so invested that I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning finishing it. A beautiful, heart-tugging tale for paranormal YA readers (but I recommend you read at least books 1-3 first, if you haven't read this series yet).
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    Addictive story

    Loved this book. Hard to stop reading it to do those little things in life I need to do - like sleep!
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    Love love love!!

    Karen has done again! I loved getting to know more about the werewolves. I was a little surprised about Roland's love interest but it was a great surprise. It was an amazing rollercoaster of action, love and great feels. I can't wait for more books!
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