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Tibo's Beginning [Phoenix Rising 3] (Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0071MSB6K
- Publisher : Siren Publishing (25 January 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 327 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 124 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 720,413 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Tibo is the guy the 1st Phoenix turned into an immortal in Book1. Tibo was shot and purportedly died. Now we learn that Kyle is a Phoenix. Hm. I guess he did not need that shot of immortality from Collin in book 1, huh? Oooooooops. I guess the author forgot that. Never mentions it. Purportedly Kyle died another way or at another time? Can't really tell when . . . before or after he got the tear of immortality from Collin?
This book is purportedly about Tibo and Sal. But it veers off into a whole bunch of other "things." A demon. A werewolf. A voodoo man. A traitor. A bunch of other people who are guardians who can turn into "things." Two more Phoenixes that the group just "happens upon." Lots of chases. All done in quick, non-descriptive ways.
There is little about Tibo, as a person, or Sal as a person. They do have sex a kinda of Dom/Sub sex. Eyeballingly dull. I guess to try to give Tibo some personality, he tries to be a "brat." ~Yawn.~ He also cries a lot . . . and runs.
This book feels like a goulash where you just throw everything in. Here, there is everything but the proverbial kitchen sink. Nothing really sticks.
We learn that the guys who are helping them are some type of "thing" that can shift and get white eyes. Nothing else. No one asks them: "Where are you from?" "Why don't you find the Phoenixes before the bad guy kills them?" "Why don't you know how to better protect the Phoenixes?" "If you have been protecting the Phoenixes, why don't you know where they all are? Why do you keep just happening upon them." Presumably nobody asks these questions because the author doesn't know herself.
As I suspected before, the guardians are just a cheap way for the author to write another book. One guardian has already found a Phoenix. Then, another does. No need to hunt. They just happen upon them.
I gave this series 3 tries. I give up. It's just not worth the money or the time to read. The interesting concept is just that. The author does very little with it. The books have no depth or character. There is no reason to like any of the protagonists or to even root for them. You learn nothing really about the Phoenix after 3 book. You learn nothing really about the guy after them or the guys who are supposed to be protecting them. I guess the author wants to string you along for another couple of books. I'm out.