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Mohegan (Native Instincts)

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1950′s, in a small town in Oklahoma, rich boy Henry is used to getting what he wants, when he wants. But when what he wants is a man from the nearby reservation, a place of which his father strongly disapproves, what he wants proves for once to be difficult. And when that man proves to be a Lycanthrope with a dark past and savage nature, what he wants proves to be almost c...more
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Published August 24th 2011 by Less Than Three Press (first published August 23rd 2011)
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Fehu
Most books by LT3 are well edited, but not this one. I'm forgiving of such things if the story is great, this one could be great but the solution of the conflict felt cheap, especially for this historical setting.

What I liked: Lykans, they were not some cuddly wolves but dangerous animals, who could kill.

Some parts of the story did remind me of Twilight. Henry the son of a Rancher and his best friend Jake(mhm, familiar isn't it?) who happens to belong to an Indian tribe and there are vampires....more
Meggie
This is a story I really enjoyed reading. I'm sure, I will re-read it many times. I loved Henry as a character. He had the attitude "he knew who he wanted, and damn if there will be anyone keeping him away" I really liked Henry's characteristic, he was strong willed and well suited for Mohegan.
As a werewolf Mohegan simply needed a mate and with Henry he calmed down. Henry and Mohegan were well suited and good mated pair. The story ended to soon. I will definitely read the sequel!
Kristy Maitz
Very cool book everyone. The best was happy ending and epilogue. If I could choose I would like to read those years when those two did raise up those 3 kids.
Moniqee
Mohegan is rough, sexy and violent with great descriptions of the setting and characters. The story plot is evenly paced and I like how her characters ( lead and secondary ) gives Mohegan that extra “umph”. The moral of the story is dont judge the book by its cover and success is the reward of persistence ^__*

The only bad part is the last quarter towards the ending...it was just kind of sudden.I wish there were more elaboration or action added to this part.

Anyway, this is one shifter story I don...more
Penelope Frost
I was a little hesitant about reading this story since it's in the '50s and I'm not all that into historical stories, but it seemed interesting and the story had me captured from the first page! I couldn't tear my eyes away from my computer and finished it in a day.
I liked the plot, the setting (and yes, even the historical part which wasn't very conspicuous) and the characters.
Overall it's highly recommendable and hugely intertaining
Sue
The storyline should have carried this novel, as it was a fascinating premise set in a realistic landscape.
I just found the whole thing dragged. The writing was quite immature in my opinion; it felt like the work of a teenager.
Obviously, plenty of other reviewers think differently; this is just how it was for me and the reason it only receives 2 stars.
Ai Tee
it was a surprisingly a good paced book for a 120+ pages book... i never expected much but this was my cup of tea.. =D i now wonder what happen to Ahtahkakoop since he cant shift... but what a long name... =D
Amy
This book was a pleasant suprise that I definitely recommend to those who like shifter books. I liked the not so popular forms the werewolves took, it really worked for this book.
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Tammera
I loved this book it grabbed me from the start and I could not put it down, truly a beautiful read. Perseverance pays off!
Avril
Really poorly edited, but the story was good.
Annalene
good book except for the pointless German text
Elske
3.5 to nearly 4 stars
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