Tall, Dark & Furious
For readers who enjoy paranormal romance with a twist.
For three centuries, Trace waited for this moment, imagined all the things that he would do to the Pack that tried to kill him, and now that he was free…
All he could think about was the woman that he’d claimed as his own. She ...more
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She needs to HURRY.
Those who are wondering when Kale's book will be released this is the page from R.L Mathewson
where you can see the books she is writing and the progress. Kale's story has a long time to wait. *sigh*.
So check her web page out and see the progress
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF R.L. MATHEWSON
Devastated: Anger Management
Tall, Dark & Furious
Unstoppable: Kale's Story
Aidan's NFH "Irresistible"
The Promise: A Loser's Club ...more
I enjoyed this book, even though it turned out NOT to be Kyle's story this time. (Though I'm really hoping good things really do come to those who wait). There are a few things that stopped it being a fantastic read, but not enough to bother me greatly.
I liked the basic plot idea and how the author had thought of getting around the issues of Trace being an inexperienced virgin. He did seem a little too mature for a man who'd had zero social interactions since the age of 16, but there was no ...more
I like this book, but all the different storylines sometimes is a little confusing. Though, I really like how all the characters for together and all the different and complicated relationships. That Williams mansion in New York is certainly getting crowded!
I want to say that maybe the next books are going to be about Jill or maybe even Ethan, Trace's father, but I'd been wrong before. Not that I'm disappointed because I love how the overall ...more
Although this is one of my fav series in general, Pytes are awesome, can't get enough of them, the wait for this book has been too long; even though I enjoyed the main thread regarding Trace and Sam, it was constantly interrupted by too many different threads about characters from earlier books, and I couldn't remember almost anything that had happened to them, I'd have to have an eidetic memory for that (and unfortunately I don't), so it was hard to follow who was who, and what ...more
Reread previous books of this series...
Reading a book of this series after 2 years was very confusing all the characters were messed up in my head.... Half of the time I didn't understand what was going on.... And there were 3 or more sub stories running parallely.. To say I couldn't keep up would be understatement... I was getting hard core whiplash....
Whatever happened to the girl ...more
I do want to finish the series for continuity, but ...more
You are a tease! A horrible, horrible tease! You give is just enough that you leave us frothing at the mouth. Who freaking knew that we needed Trace’s story? Not me! But now I need Jill’s, Kale’s, Ethan’s, Joshua’s...aaaaahhh and Danni!!! I need more!
Sigh...I shall patiently impatiently wait.
I very much enjoyed the Trace \ Samantha storyline but have to admit being a bit lost during some of the rest. I have the way back history from books 1 and 2 but not 4 and 5 . So while I did enjoy the read, I would have loved it if I had read them all. Don't let that stop you if you are looking for a good Pyte read.
There hasn't been a book I have read of Mathewson yet that I haven't rated 5 stars... And I won't be starting with this one either. Bravo! Loved this long awaited book in the pyte series! Can't wait for kales book!
Absolutely loved this book
Catching up with my favourite Pytes, Sentinels and shifters was like coming home and R.L didn't fail to deliver with Trace and Samantha a couple you're rooting for from the start, so of course this means I'll be going back for a re-read of the whole series
So yes well worth the wait
I think however the multiple pov's and the writing style and starting to get to me.
The way characters are described sometimes : "the woman that...", "the annoying b****** who..." are getting repetitive and confusing.
Loved this book. Well have loved all the pyte books. I think Trace just became my fave tho. Loved everything about this book. The fact we got a glimpse in to old characters and what might happen to them. New characters that I can not wait to read more about.
Review by Leah
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“Good. Then you’re mine,” Are you freaking kidding me??? Again, I feel like a broken record lately, where the heck have I been? I know this is book 6 of this series but I am so glad I jumped in right here. Trace holy mother of heck and then her brother, and then another twist and then and then… just layer after layer.
I have read paranormal before. Several in fact but I have never read a paranormal that had so much depth, so much ...more
Imagine being lost in the Sahara slowing succumbing to dehydration, lacking direction, delirium slowly setting in. You start bargaining with a higher power, you would do anything for a drop of water, your prayers go unanswered. The end is near, you don’t know if you are going to make it... then just when you’re about to lose hope, you stumble upon an oasis when that first drop of delicious water touches your tongue, you forget about the struggle in the endless desert. That’s what ...more
Trace pretty much missed out on everything because of what was done to him. Here comes Samantha she’s clueless to the whole life style of the paranormal because her ...more
Tall, Dark & Furious: A Pyte/Sentinel Novel Book #6
Trace has an awful & tragically brutal start to his immortal life. It leads to him not seeing his Dad for nearly 400 years. Samantha is a twin. Her brother always excelled at everything where she struggled to even fit in. She's got an embarrassing affliction that causes her to pass out, it happens anytime she's unduly stressed, put into a confrontational situations or gets ...more
Growing up, R.L. Mathewson was a painfully shy bookworm. After high school she attended college, worked as a bellhop, fast ...more