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    Found, Brides of the Kindred

    My my it just keeps getting better. Can't seem to put it down. Great continuation. Love the storyline. You get invested in the characters and have just as many emotions going through you.
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    Found by Evangeline Anderson

    Loved this book, as I have the first 3 books. If you are thinking of reading these books start with book 1 which is Claimed.
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    Lauren's Liberatiom

    Like all the books before this one in the series, this novel focuses mainly on one relationship while introducing the next book’s couple and dabbling in the pairings that were previously established in the other tales. In Found, we are immersed in the difficult and seemingly insurmountable coupling of Lauren and Xarin. Unlike the previous three books, this tale begins with a whole new level of darkness. Yet, even in such a situation, the chemistry between the lovely Lauren and the lonely Xarin is palpable. Together the duo craft a dramatic path toward happily ever after, but danger lurks at every turn. As always I shall start by discussing the main female protagonist. Lauren is a determined, cupcake baker with a level of street-smarts that keep her from losing herself in the dark world of the Scourage. Now, while I didn’t find Lauren nearly as relatable as I did Kat, Sophia, & Olivia before her, I did enjoy her way of responding to the things that happened to her; it was very real. Xarin, the male protagonist, was in my opinion, a marvelous character. He was deep and dark, but sweet and well-intention in regards to Lauren. The additional aspect of BDSM to his desires was just another plus for me. Evangeline Anderson has a real talent for crafting males that truly touch the reader; they are realistic, but still have that element of fantasy to them. My favorite part of the novel was not Lauren or Xarin or even the plot, though all three of these things were positives. No, my favorite part was the inclusion of Little One. What can I say? I’m a true sucker for animals. All in all, I highly recommend this book, as I have the rest of this series, to anyone who enjoys science fiction romance novels. This one in particular I believe will appeal to fans of E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

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