Beast in Me

Weather worker Cameron Bale rolls into Divination Falls after being prompted by Spirit and Brother Lighting He discovers that the small, hidden town full of shifters and magical types is suffering a series of unsettling events There s speculation from the town seers that he could be the answer they ve been looking for Cameron s willing to try and help he s got nowhereWeather worker Cameron Bale rolls into Divination Falls after being prompted by Spirit and Brother Lighting He discovers that the small, hidden town full of shifters and magical types is suffering a series of unsettling events There s speculation from the town seers that he could be the answer they ve been looking for Cameron s willing to try and help he s got nowhere to go and nothing to lose His life is simply about loneliness and it turns out that Trace, a grumpy wolf with stunning eyes, knows just what that feels like Cam finds himself wishing maybe they could be alone together Oh yeah, and battle whatever evil it is that still lurks in Divination Falls.
Beast in Me Weather worker Cameron Bale rolls into Divination Falls after being prompted by Spirit and Brother Lighting He discovers that the small hidden town full of shifters and magical types is suffering a s

  • Title: Beast in Me
  • Author: Sommer Marsden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Beast in Me”

    1. Keeping in mind that by GR standards a 2 star means a book is OK. While this wasn't a horrible book, it wasn't all that great either. I'm really glad that I got it for free. It certainly wasn't as good as book one. I think the best way to describe it is clumsy and abrupt. The writing is clunky, with pretentious descriptions of emotions substituting for solid, believable emotional developments.What I mean is that Mrs. Marsden uses heavily evocative language to create artificially poignant respons [...]

    2. After reading the enjoyable "Lion Hearted", I must declare myself disappointed with this second instalment in this loosely connected M/M fantasy series.The ideas are there and are good, characters are potentially likeable but writing is painfully disjointed. Paragraphs do not flow into the next, every transition is rough.Narrative tension is fleeting if not entirely absent, feelings are clumsily overdescribed, the love between the leads is unconvincing.A thorough revision might be in order.

    3. Sommer Marsden is quickly becoming not only one of my go to authors, but one that I actually anticipate her new releases. Beast In Me, the second installment in her Divination Falls Trilogy, is a prime reason why. While I supposed you could read this as a stand-alone story, my OCD mind is screaming that you’ll find it so much more entertaining if you start with the previous book. Sure it's a paranormal tale with some of the hottest sex I've read in a long time, but it's also a love story betwe [...]

    4. 2* - as stated by GR 'It was OK'.I had not read the first book in the series, so was starting on the back foot in terms of scene setting and back story - would suggest reading in order. Also fantasy, mythical stories are not my favourite genre so I have to work to keep things straight in my head, though this wasn't actually too far from reality. (I think I may have picked this up as an free read)Having said this, I did think the story plot was a good one though the book went a bit up and down b [...]

    5. This was a good second book in the trilogy but it could have done with a sharper look at the editing. The transition from one scene to another were not marked so that occasionally I was left thinking "WHAT!" before realising that the scene had changed. Apart from that the concept was good and the execution was fair but a little bit too short on tension. At least the romance between Cameron and Trace was good and the sex scenes were hot.

    6. Beast like meIn some ways I enjoyed this one more than the first one. A few parts seemed a bit rushed but I think that may have been needed to keep the story from being drawn out too much. I really liked that we got to see the MCs from the first book and got to see more of the Sheriff and Eliot. I wish we could have learned more about the MCs in this book though, their pasts were barely skimmed over.I look forward to more books in this series.

    7. Yummy. Shifters, seers, weather workers, and more. Oh my! Seriously though. This book was right up my alley. I'm glad these are somewhat written as standalones. I now desperately want to read the first book in the series. I think I know what my next splurge is going to be on because if I enjoyed the second book in the series this much I can only imagine how much I'll love the first one.

    8. This is my first book from this author. It was a quick and easy read. I enjoyed reading thos book and the wonderful characters in it. I didn't understand everything going on, because I did not read the first book in this series, my fault. I will get to that as soon as possible.This was a kindle freebie.

    9. Enjoyed it, but not quite as much as the first one. Maybe the characters didn't draw me in as much? I think this book could have benefited from showing both MCs pov. Trace seemed deep but at the same time flat and I think getting to see his side of things too would have fixed that. Still a fun read.

    10. Very good. Short & Sweet yet kept the plot moving. Good use of the characters from the 1st book as well. I hate when so called "series" immediately ditch the characters from preceeding books. Why spend all that time making them so 'real' just to never hear from them again?

    11. I hate to say it, especially after thoroughly enjoying the first book, but this one bored the hell out of me. The writing is not on par with the first book and I felt no connection with either MC individually or together as a couple.

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