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Marked by Odin (Broods of Fenrir #2)

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After killing his sadistic brother, Brand inherits the responsibility for his brother’s brood. Now, he must convince the brood that their barbaric way of life belongs in the past and demand change in order to secure their future.

Crushed by the death of his mate, Gunni believes it’s only a matter of time before he succumbs to the loneliness that plagues his life. He follows
Paperback, 205 pages
Published November 20th 2012 by Bared Teeth Pubhlishing (first published November 2nd 2012)
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Overall Rating: C+

Favorite Quote: “Big, bad carnivores like to cuddle too, huh?“

Brand has defeated his sadistic brother and taken ownership of his Brood. He is now working to bring his Brood into the 21st century and stop the barbaric behavior they have been indulging in before they drive themselves into extinction. He is also trying to keep Gunni from fading into death. Gunni is still grieving over the violent death of the love of hi
Warning: While this book contains some m/m sexual situations, don't be afraid of it - or you'll miss out on an amazing story.

Marked by Odin brings most of the lead characters from book 1, Broods of Fenrir, back to help Brand claim his new inheritance. Focus moves to Gunni and his utter devastation from losing his mate. Gunni has refused to change out of wolf form for a long time and Brand is worried that they may lose him forever. When Gunni finds himself in quite an embarrassing predicament (I
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4.5 stars - I read the first book in this series, Broods of Fenrir, a while ago and really enjoyed it. When I saw this one show up on a giveaway I didn't hesitate to request it. I was confident that it would be an enjoyable read. My assumption was correct and I absolutely enjoyed this book, but it did give me a surprise I didn't expect. It ended up being a good surprise for me, but I think some other readers may not appreciate being blindsided when the story develops into a male/male romance. An ...more
Jan 04, 2013 Rebecca rated it really liked it
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For those of you who have read Broods of Fenrir, prepare yourselves. Coral Moore has a big surprise in this book and it is a surprise I can only discribe as marmite - you will either love it or hate it.
First off the first and final thirds of the books as classic in style to the previous, full of intrigue, shape-shifting, danger, secrets, lies, action etc. The kind of stuff we all loved about the first one. The second third however, and it does seem to be sligtly more than a third in truth, invol
Nov 22, 2012 Susan rated it it was amazing
Coral Moore’s Broods of Fenrir books recall to mind the strong works of the progenitors of the paranormal genre, the disparate MJDavidson and LKHamilton. Unlike the anemic Twilite, Moore’s books have strong characters, both male and female, and engaging plot lines. She does not hesitate to kill off sympathetic characters to advance her story line. She truly breathes new life into the werewolf (aka the breeds) subgenre. I found her books so compelling that I read them on consecutive evenings, wan ...more
Dec 10, 2012 StrangeBedfellows rated it liked it
A good book, but the first one was better. Gunni never struck my interest in either story, especially whenever Brand was around to steal the show. Whereas the first story was instantly compelling and fulling charged all throughout, this one started off interesting and mellowed into blandness. Some new characters were introduced, but for me the tidbits between Brand and Dagny still remained the most interesting. True, Leo added some nice variety since he's the only non-Brood character to hold any ...more
Jan 02, 2013 Lauren rated it liked it
The second installment in the series is lacking a little of the first one. Even though there were some fascinating new characters the old ones caught my reading interest more. The interactions of the old characters seemed more plausible than with the introduction of the newbies. Also even though I did find this to be an enjoyable read the story seemed to fizz out overtime not keeping the same consistent entertainment.

Note: I won this book from LibraryThing’s member giveaways from the author
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Coral Moore has always been the kind of girl who makes up stories. Fortunately, she never quite grew out of that. She writes because she loves to invent characters and the desire to find out what happens to her creations drives the tales she tells.

Prompted by a general interest in how life works, her undergraduate schooling was in biology. She follows science news and enjoys conversations about ge
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