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  • Emotional & Powerful

    I thought that this was a really wonderful read. This Tarzan retelling had a very fresh feeling to it and I thought that was a big plus. I think it is always risky when an author modernizes/reimagines a story that is well known. It is a challenge that doesn't always end successfully, but I am very pleased to say that this author pulled it off and in fact did an excellent job of it. Thorne and Eden's story uses the bare bones of the original and then builds on it to create a beautiful love story about the characters, the animals and Africa as a whole. As far as the romance goes, there is very little heat here because the main focus is on the characters emotions and the pure sweetness of them finding each other. The romantic side of this story is well paired with an engaging, exciting and powerful tale that is filled with adventure, action, heartache, drama and danger. Very enjoyable and quite beautiful! This is my objective, elective review.

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  • The heart of a man who longed for his mate.

    This is not the action packed, vine swinging, male yelling story I thought it would be! Oh, there was ALL of that and gorillas and bad guys too, BUT to me -it is more a beautiful, tender love story. The story of Thorne (Thorne Haywood, rightful Earl of Somerset) and Eden (Matthews). When Thorne rescues Eden, he desires her to be his mate, to have her build a life and family with him. He is patient, gentle and considerate with her, but insistent she is his! Eden is not so sure, but she is very attracted to Thorne and eventually is open to a life with him. And, what a life it is!!! The story also tells of Thorne’s parents and the plane crash; his gorilla family; his human friend in the jungle; his relatives at Somerset; the bad guys that he fights; and an extremely sweet HEA! I loved this book! It’s the kind I’ll read again. I voluntarily read an advanced copy of this book and this is my honest review.

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