**spoiler alert** It's pretty good. Up there with other Snake books. There's a bit too much sex at the end for which I didn't have the patience at all**spoiler alert** It's pretty good. Up there with other Snake books. There's a bit too much sex at the end for which I didn't have the patience at all and it is obviously only book one. The chapter is finished but the indication is left that in the next book all hell will break loose. It's a bit frustrating to tell you the truth. And there is no book 2 so far. It's not exactly a cliffhanger because they are happy at the moment but the guy basically said - I'm gonna shit it all up tomorrow. As for the world, it's magnificent. Very unique and exciting and if for nothing else you should read it because of that....more
**spoiler alert** I was pretty much in shock when I read the first few chapters. But it wasn't so much the rapes or even the dog thing, the torture go**spoiler alert** I was pretty much in shock when I read the first few chapters. But it wasn't so much the rapes or even the dog thing, the torture got to me. I guess I found my limit. Not that I didn't read all of that. With breaks but I did read it. After that part was done, I loved the story. Both characters sort of grew up, started learning more, and all the Neko abilities fascinated me. The ending was good in my opinion, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't like to read more about Neko in general. ...more
**spoiler alert** This story is a wicked mix of different species, powers, characteristics and behavior. It really is a jumble made in probably the be**spoiler alert** This story is a wicked mix of different species, powers, characteristics and behavior. It really is a jumble made in probably the best possible moment of inspiration, because what I read was definitely a gorgeous combination of SF and shifters, not to mention all the other sexy things you could wish in a story.
Moswen is a wonderful character whose species is probably the kinkiest I've read about. Almost anything goes with them plus -- you have all those gorgeous shifter instincts as well as appearance thrown into the mix. Just when you think there isn't more to him, he surprises you. Smart, sexy, unusual and extremely direct -- he's basically anything you could want in a character, but then, he's also strong, exceptional and not an easy person to beat in a fight. But one thing you'll just love about Moswen; when he falls in love, it's for keeps. (Did I mention he has a tail?)
Now Kijika is a mix of two species who are almost the exact opposites. As much as Moswen is rare on his planet, that much of a surprise was Kijika for his people. With the skill to raise the dead and kick some major ass, he was also blessed with the ability to birth a child (Not something the two of them planned). Kijika is a geek basically, very skilled and good-hearted but mostly focused on knowledge and his books. (Did I mention he has wings? Jup.)
Two of them together are an interesting combination really, (Oh you'll be surprised to learn that Moswen although stronger and usually a top is shorter than Kijika). Completely different personalities and the way they were brought up make for extremely funny situations and bunch of misunderstandings.
Overall, the world is simply wonderful. The side characters seriously kick ass, and I can't say if Moswen's family is better or Kijika's. Both are harsh in their own way, very intense but above all intriguing and they don't stop surprising you even at the very end.
What made me gush over this story was the brilliant Mpreg execution. I really loved the detailed descriptions and the idea behind it. It's rarely written well, not to mention how hard it is to find a finished story with the same theme. This has jumped to the top of my list and if it's your kink, you just have to read this one.
**spoiler alert** My issue with this book is that George obviously wasn't a bottom, but the author persistently tried to make him one. It was annoying**spoiler alert** My issue with this book is that George obviously wasn't a bottom, but the author persistently tried to make him one. It was annoying and while I agree that this one is the best in the series especially when it comes to George, some things really put me off. Like the bottle thing and the way George topped... It ruined the character for me and I think Tank's personality didn't come through as much as it did in the previous books, which just wasn't fair....more