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    Sought by Evangeline Anderson

    What a great series, I have read 3 books in this series and I will continue to buy and read the rest of the books. Thank you Evangeline for the adventure. Now on to the next book. Found.
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    Kat's Conundrum

    This is Kat O’Connor’s story and what a story it was. I was not entirely sure that I would enjoy this tale as much as the first two because I’ve never been big on stories about poly-amorous relationships (they just aren’t an interest of mine,) but this story changed my mind. Kat O’Connor is a heroine that I identify with most of all because she has unease in regards to her body, without being whiny and overbearing about it. She is a reasonable young woman with a good head on her shoulders that doesn’t just want to jump in a relationship with Deep and Lock, Twin Kindred, without being certain that it is what all three of them want. I do not understand how any of my fellow reviewers can find fault with Kat wanting to feel secure in her romantic endeavors, especially when one considers her home life. As far as the dual romantic interests, Stabs Deep & Locks Tight, there have never been a more different pair of Twin Kindred ever and yet they complement each other so well. Where Lock is sweet and tender with Kat, nearly always worrying over her and her feelings as well as comforting her when necessary. On the other hand, Deep is a contrary individual with all-consuming desire for his “little Kat.” When Deep and Kat bicker, Lock acts as their mediator. But as the trio grows closer, Deep begins to fear that it’ll all end badly due to his past and his fear causes many issues that resulted, for me, in a series of moments that made me cry. The complex relationship between Stabs Deep, Locks Tight, and Kat was entirely all-consuming. The push and pull of their three-person relationship was so addictive that I read the entire novel in three days and when I reached the end, I mourned that fact. I want so much to read about this polyamorous relationship well past the completion of the novel because there is so much more that could be dealt with in the future. I will be re-reading the book many, many times in the future.
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    "Sought" - Book 3 - Brides of the Kindred series

    I just finished reading this book September 29, 2017. This is my review. I liked this book. Deep and Lock, brothers of the Twin Kindred species, and Kat, a human woman, are the main characters in this book but their romance actually starts in the second book "Hunted" so I recommend reading the second book before you read this book. This series really should be read in order as most story lines for different couples are started in previous books before they get their own romance told. In this book, Kat is suffering from pain and excruciating headaches from her mental joining with seeker/finder brothers Lock and Deep to find her best friend Sophie. Basically in a coma, Lock and Deep bring Kat to their home planet of Twin Moons to seek help from a wise woman who may be Kat's only hope. Lock is in love with Kat. Deep is also in love with her but denying his feelings. Kat is just not sure she's reading for a three-way relationship with many questions about how things work and why can she feel both Deep and Lock's feelings and hear some of their thoughts. Deep's feelings are angry and sorrowful at the same time where Lock's feelings are of love and desire. Twin Kindred always come in pairs and can't be separated. How is Kat supposed to be with both of them when one of them doesn't even like her? Their joining made a partial bond between them and when they find out there may be a way to break that bond, Kat has no choice but to agree. She just can't be part of a relationship when two people are fighting all the time. So that basically starts the adventure of Lock, Deep and Kat. There story line focuses a lot on emotional issues for Deep and Kat. An event in Deep and Lock's past has affected Deep deeply but Lock seems to have gotten over it much better. Relationship issues from Kat's past also hinders her connection with Deep and Lock. The only issue I had with this book is that it focused more on Deep and Kat's relationship together and not really Lock. Lock's in love with Kat, so no issue there, but for him, the relationship issue is more with his brother Deep than anything. I enjoyed the overall story line of this book. The journeying to different worlds, seeking out Olivia and Sophie's cousin, will their bond be broken or not. All very interesting. Their romantic relationship was very erotic but at times I felt like it got technical. Most of their intimate scenes are because they "have" to do it (for reasons I will not name because that would ruin the story for you), not because they "want" to, so that kind of took the romance out of it for me. Still erotic but not romantic. The descriptions in this book are great! You can really picture what things look like. The next story line is set up really well with the introduction of Lauren, Olivia and Sophie's long lost cousin, and Xairn, the son of the Scourge AllFather. I enjoyed all of the characters and supporting characters. All show great potential for growth. Overall, I liked this book. I will definitely be reading more of this series.

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