Sought (Brides of the Kindred, #3)
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Sought (Brides of the Kindred #3)

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This Book is a Super Plus length novel--129,000 words long

One Woman, Two Hot Guys, A Galaxy of Problems...

Kat O’Connor is no pushover. She’s a no nonsense girl with a commonsense approach to life. But there’s nothing common about what’s happening to her lately…

First she was forced to have a kinky mind ménage with two of the hottest and most irritating men in the galaxy—...more
Kindle Edition, 2nd Edition, 363 pages
Published July 7th 2011 by Evangeline Anderson Books
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willaful
I have to ask, why am I the only person who notices bizarre penis stuff in romance? First it was the penis eating in Love Bites, now it's penis merging. The penises of our twin heroes literally become one humongous shlong when they have sex with their mate. Even aside from the obvious weirdness of penises merging, I can't get my mind around the logistics of it. It sounds incredibly uncomfortable for all concerned. Yet I didn't see one other reviewer mention this.

(And it just occurred to me -- wh...more
Alix
Gack. Heartstrings... they hurt.

Another awesome book in one of my new favourite series. Mmmhm. I mean, I liked Deep going into it, from the first books... but damn. Yeah. Tortured, prideful guy? I'm allthefuck over that like white on rice. Oh man.

Definitely not enough Sylvan up in there (yep, he's still my special favourite... thus far), but all the Deep drama made up for it.

These books are crack. I don't know what's gotten into me but oh mah gawd I canna stop reading them. And now I've got to...more
Suzanne the Mighty (Under the Covers Book blog)
You know what I have discovered? These heroines are a crazy bunch, I mean you have GOT to be, if you have two guys wanting to share you both extremely hot, extremely hung and extremely hung up on you, would you run off? No! If that were me I would be sticking to them like glue, you wouldn't be able to pry me off with out an industrial sized prying thingy! I don't think some of these heroines deserve such amazing guys.

So now that I have finally got that off my (heaving) bosoms I can now talk more...more
Beth
The second star is for making me laugh - in a bad way, but still. The first star is for the dubious honor of being one of the most eye-roll-inducing books I've read in a loooooooong time. Let's discuss!
Heroine is "smart" and "funny" but overweight and feels unappreciated on Earth. Two "hot" aliens want to make her their lov-ah because obese girls are called "elites" on their planet and they've both got boners for her annoying ass. Heroine can't, like, deal, because zomg! Decisions are HARD and t...more
Kate
Sought is the eagerly awaited third book in the Brides of Kindred series by Evangeline Anderson and it doesn’t disappoint. For those new to the series, it’s highly recommended that you read both Claimed and Hunted first. You’ll be delighted that you did because these books are wonderful.
I’m not normally a reader of sci fi/fantasy but Ms Anderson is an excellent story teller and the reader can’t help but be intrigued by the worlds that she’s created. Her heroines are smart and sassy, her heroes...more
Jennifer Labelle
Kat O'Connor is a stubborn minded woman trying hard to fight her feelings for the twin kindred warriors that have entered her life. She's torn between her love for them, and her fear of their relationship turning into her parents. She's struggled with their constant bickering, and has vowed that she'll not be stuck in a relationship unless she's positive that the man, or men in this case will absolutely love her unconditionally.

The problem is that before Deep and Lock entered her life, they wer...more
Elise-all things bright and shiny
Not much to say hear folks. Author stays true to the previous formula of having an annoying heroine. I must say though, the writing was a little better and a tab bit more complex (not much). Also, I like the fact that the twins LOVE LOVE LOVE plus size women and that the whole planet worships plus size women. That's a refreshing change. Also, it dawned on me as I was reading this, there are so many lonely women on Earth, why not ask for volunteers. There are enough brides to vouch for the wonder...more
Michele ~ la Smoocherina
I read this a while back. But I noticed it wasn't marked as read. Crazy. I enjoyed this book. I thought Kat was funny and strong. I love the yin and yang of the twins, as well as the growth of it all. I love the stretchy fruit. If you read it, yiu'll know what I mean. Very funny book as well. Kat is plus sized and therefore revered on Twin Moons. Every set of twins wants her. It's funny to watch that unfold.

Atone looking for an affordable, fun, sexy series. I always recommend this one! :)

Laura (Kyahgirl)
2/3; 2 stars; C+

One theme I noticed in the other Bride of the Kindred novels was the earth women protesting and resisting to the point of stupidity. At one point Kat behaves stubbornly/stupidly and seems to realize I it and says 'I'm so stupid' and I was thinking, 'yeah, no kidding'. I finished the book otherwise i guess I'd give it one star. Evangeline Anderson has so much talent as a writer but this kind of heroine she has created just turns me right off.
Kimberly
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Renee Nicole
So, this is the third installment in the awesome "Brides of the Kindred" world. Earth was attacked by a race of creeps called the Scourge (they're looking to fulfill a prophesy where an Earth girl can give them beh-behs) and the Kindred came in to save the planet. So, just outside their atmosphere, there is a war going on between the Scourge and these hunky Kindred boys. What do the Kindred ask for in return? Why - mates, of course! Neither of these races are very good and reproducing females, s...more
Margo (DamesUnrestrained.blogspot.com)
Summary
Sought (Brides of the Kindred) is book three in the Earth Girls are Stupid series. This series of books is intertwined so they cannot be read independently. The heroine, Kat, is a plus size girl who uses twins Deep and Lock when she wants to help her friends then treats them like lepers the rest of the time. There are unintentional side effects to their previous assistance efforts which threaten Kat's life, but that is still not enough to convince her to have sex with them. Her fear of a...more
Julie C
Great read. I really got into the whole light and dark twin sharing one women thing. It's especially hot how they revere plus size curvy women and consider them "elite". We got to visit the Twin Moons homeworld this go around. As usual, Evangeline manages to make me crack up with the weird bonding fruit, convo-pillar...etc. We also got some progress on the Scourge story line with (view spoiler)...more
Dana Alma
Rapture! Yearning! Passion! Sought by Evangeline Anderson will take you on a celestial journey! If you’ve had the pleasure of reading Evangeline’s Brides of the Kindred series, you will finally have the answers you have sought! Sought brings us Kat’s story we began in Hunted. Sought is an action packed treat of galactic proportions, filled with love, danger, and passion! Evangeline Anderson has created a world that any erotic connoisseur will love! Congratulations Evangeline, to another wonderfu...more
Julie Morgan
Katrina O'Connor, or as her friends call her, Kat, is a seriously strong woman, but she doesn't give herself that much credit. She's a plus size beauty who has always struggled with her size, that is until she met a sizable problem during Liv and Baird's claiming/wedding. The name of the problem is Lock and Deep, twin brothers from the planet Twin Moons.

They find her beauty compared to a goddess and consistently, they flatter her. Her best friend, Sophie, had been kidnapped previously and she wa...more
David
In this third installment is stays true to the course. There are men slavish in their love and devotion to a woman resisting 'til the end despite her bodily and emotional needs.

I guess the naughty thrills (nudity! touching! impure thoughts!) are actually all the better because of the will exerted to resist them. If our heroine Kat swooned over her Twin Kindred suitors from the outset and spent the rest of the book thoroughly consummating their marriage, it would be fun and all...but not quite as...more
Heather
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M A
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Karen
The way the continued books are written are so wonderful the previous books characters are drawn into each continued book which makes each new book even better. This series is WONDERFUL.. I LOVE IT.

This book was funny, drew tears, was scary and very romantic with great sex too lol...

Has all the things for the making of a great book, With each book in this series get ready for a long read.. EAch book is 350-480 pages at least. and the author has priced them all at .99 cents to 2.99 to encourage...more
TumultuousHigh
okay, wow! i bought this book after reading hunted (i actually read hunted before reading claimed) but had to be persuaded by my husband to do so. i've never read a meange a trois book before, so i was a bit intimidated, but after getting into it, i enjoyed it so much that i finished it in two days!
i appreciated how straight forward and fiesty kat was, and the constant bickering between her and deep at times was humorous in the way he handled it. i also liked the way the world of the series is...more
Keesha
How do I even start to describe the Kindred series? It scratches both my sci-fi geek side and my red hot female side. It is an addiction that refuses to be ignored and leaves you hungry for more. I personally (and quite wonderfully) stumbled upon this series before book 8 (Shadowed) was released, so I had a wonderful experience of reading all 7 other books in a row, leaving me with no gaps I had to fill for weeks. I read them all back to back, almost non stop with only a few weeks before the new...more
Samantha **ParaNormal Romance Party**
**2.5 Stars**

Ok so for the past books in this series, the heroines (for me) have all been whiny, and resistant to the point of death. Now I know we would all be mad if we were chosen to get married but I would think that they would know how honorable and ..um.. HOT these men are and know something about their culture and give them the benefit of the doubt?? .. Well.. Kat is another whiny heroine. Lock and Deep are great but Deep's beliefs are taken to the extreme when all he had to do is talk an...more
Anino
This installment in the "Brides of the Kindred" series was decent, but it wasn't captivating nor was it spectacular... Being a grown & not to mention, an intelligent woman, the corny language wasn't for me... I like sexual scenes, but not when they're heavy-handed.. What really got to me was the ridiculous concept of (view spoiler)...more
It's Me - Yvette
What is going on? I finished the third book in this series and I am still pissed off. I keep waiting for it to get better. The main female characters continue to be annoying to the nth degree. The women are so stupid. I hate them. Why am I still reading this series when I am so frustrated? Arg...

Book number 4 has a black female lead (well, maybe she is mixed). I don't know if I want to continue or not.

Does my extreme frustration make this a good series? I just don't know...

Read at your own ris...more
BJS
I decided to go back to this book, I did stop reading this because dialogue was so cheesy, but I went back about 3 months later and decided to give it another go.

If you get past the cheesy lines at the beginning and that every girl so far seems to have a stutter you really enjoy it, because I really enjoyed the first 2 books, but this one I think with the names of some of the twins were how can I say this, made you gag.

Now on to the next book Xairn, his one I'm really looking forward to reading...more
Liz
Sought is Book 3 in the Brides of the Kindred series. Overall, I like the series but by now, I'm really starting to see patterns in these books and most of them are not GOOD patterns.

I really liked Kat, the heroine in this book. I loved that she stood up for herself and didn't let anyone push her around. She was SO much better than the heroine in Book 2. Kat is a plus sized woman but I didn't feel like that really defined her. Or actually, it felt like she didn't let her size define her. Sometim...more
Monica
I have to say that this is the oddest take on menage that I could have possibly thought of. Scratch that, I would have never been able to imagine this one on my own and I am not sure that I am too keen on it. I don't really like that the menage is among a set of twins and a mate although there is no real sexual contact between the brothers. However, what the twins have to do to complete the bonding to their mate kind of gives me he heebie jeebies. It would have been better for me if the males ha...more
Angie
This is the 3rd book in the Brides of the Kindred series. There a few things I've liked about this series - the same 2 or 3 things so I hate to keep repeating those in my reviews, but I will. I like the author continues to build other story lines other than the main love interests (such as Xairn's story which is next). The old characters continue to interact. I also think Anderson does a great job of building sexual heat between the characters.

On the downside, sometimes the characters don't hav...more
Tina
Really 2.5 stars. Felt like a re-hash of the first book.
Veronica~Nhaughty
I really enjoyed the Brides of the Kindred series, and wanna give a big THANK YOU shout out to my gal pal Suz for recommending them to me!!

My only complaint in the books are the girls...sometimes I got so frustrated w/them, I wanted to KILL THEM!! For example, this story is about the Twin Kindred, Deep & Lock, and thier love interest, Kat. Kat is forever wringing her hands and saying "No no no I just couldn't imagine being with two incredible drop dead sexy men that want to do nothing but w...more
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“Heal me? You’re trying to heal me by rubbing your…by rubbing against me?” Kat didn’t even try to keep the skepticism out of her voice. “Yeah, right.” 4 likes
“What exactly do you think we’re trying to do here?” Deep demanded. “You think we want to fuck you?”

His rough words made Kat’s stomach clench. “I sure as hell hope not for your sake,” she said evenly. “You try it and I’ll knee both of you so hard you’ll be wearing your balls for bowties.”

“Bravely spoken, little Kat.” Deep had the nerve to sound amused. “But that isn’t what this is about at all. We just need to heal you.”
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