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  • TOO SHORT

    I enjoyed what was written. Although I am so glad I had the option and used my Kobo Points to ge this book. This was a disappointment in that I felt cheated out of what could have been wonderful full blown novel. Full of history, location, scenes, and relationships along with a exciting plot line. What was presented here seemed to me was about 1 1/2 chapter of any books that I buy. Sorry, just not fulfilled. As I'm an avid reader of novels containing at least 400-600 pages with 4 paragraphs with an average of 74 word/paragraph. Example: Christine Feehan's (Carpathian Series) I DID VERY MUCH ENJOY WHAT YOU WROTE. I JUST WANT THE WHOLE PACKAGE.

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  • RELUCTANT MATE

    I enjoyed this story but would have liked to have the opportunity to read more. Way too short

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  • Series intro novella

    Short novella sort of introducing the Cascadia Wolves series. This isn’t my favorite of Dane’s work. If I didn’t already like her other series, I’m not sure I would have read more if this was my intro to her. It wasn’t horrible, but brevity leaves the dialogue feeling a little juvenile. The number of sex scenes also makes the plot weak - because there isn’t much talking between Layla and Sid. Also, we don’t know Sid at all. He’s an artist and he’s hot. That’s it, everything else is Layla-centric. Note to past self - Skip this and read it *after* the series. Or not at all.

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