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Fever: a Blood Moon Rising Werewolf Romance by [Taylor, Lola]
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When the Blood Moon rises, the wolves come out to play… and find their mates.

Danica has about given up on love. In a last-ditch attempt at finding “the one,” she agrees to a blind date through an online dating service. But instead of finding roses and romance, she finds someone intent on killing her. That is, until the mysterious, brooding Gage shows up to save her….

Gage is running out of time to find a mate. If the Blood Moon sets before he can find her, he’ll lose the rank of packmaster—and the peace within the pack he’s worked so hard to obtain. When he saves a luscious blonde in the parking lot of a bar, he has no idea she is his mate—until he Marks her with his touch.

Determined to keep her safe at any cost, Gage whisks Danica away into a hidden world full of lust, unlikely love, and treachery. Someone’s put a hit on his mate, and he’s hell-bent on finding out who, all while the Blood Moon looms closer, threatening to destroy his chances at true love forever. That is, if something—or someone—doesn’t kill the woman he’s falling for first.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 623 KB
  • Print Length: 123 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Indigo Dreamer Press; 4 edition (25 February 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ING5PN0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,026 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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Highlight of the Review: A good storyline let down by desperate Danica and boring romantic dynamic.

A twist on the the typical werewolf pack dynamic, and not one for the better.
The story was short and sweet and technically well written though Danica and Gage's relationship was flat and it seemed that she decided to 'give him a go' because she had no other options.

The romantic in me wasn't touched, shaken of even tapped and still lays in slumber; disappointing.
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By Rachie Reads TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 January 2017
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This was an interesting read, it had plenty of developed characters. I'm not too sure I found the acceptance of the paranormal by Danika believable after her initial reaction. Otherwise it was a good read.
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By JODIE CARY TOP 500 REVIEWER on 31 May 2014
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Other than being too short, I still got hooked right away. It's an easy read and you get to know the characters. I cannot wait to read the next story.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Had Potential 26 April 2014
By Nihongoluvr - Published on
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I really wanted to like this book, but there were too many inconsistencies - such as the h saying her mom ran away with her bf, only to say she was dead and then say she was happily shacked up and had another kid. There was a heavy emphasis on the sudden magical happenings and not so much on the romance itself. At times the H came across as weak and ineffectual. When the two are finally able to consummate their love, it's to a crowd of other werewolves - which seemed completely out of the blue and not at all sexy.
3.0 out of 5 stars Great potential but quickly fell flat 6 June 2017
By Shari Lyne DuShane - Published on
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"Fever: a Blood Moon Rising Werewolf Romance" by Lola Taylor is a wolf shifter romance and the first this reader has read from the writer. Characters were not fully developed, but developed enough to get an idea of those whose path we are traveling along - although this reader must admist alppha male Gage 'seemed' blonde in this reader's eyes and she was quite surprised when a reference to him being 'dark' later popped up. Protagonist Danica had her quirky moments that are giggle-worthy, and as she began to understand this new life that had been tossed at her, she began to show more spine, albeit often acting like a stereotypical somewhat spineless female for the most part. New packmaster Gage was shown to have heart, yet a pack that did not trust him - albeit due to their previous packmasters cruelty - and was not shown the respect deserved for his position. His pack refused to follow him without a direct alpha order, which goes against the grain of were shifter romances and wolves in general... they are pack animals and that is always an underlying theme in were shifter stories. Underdeveloped characters and traits that go against wolf temperament made it difficult for this reader to empathize for or with any character.

There were some minor spelling, grammar and punctuation errors, but not enough to toss one from the story. Settings were described well enough to easily visualize; dialogue between characters seemed authentic to each character. Taylor slipped into 'telling' versus 'showing' every now and then, but as this reader stated - she did show more than enough to visualize where we were traveling in the world she created, and enough character description to gain a rough idea of what each individual looked like... her wraiths were interesting! This reader found the beginning descriptions of the witches to be somewhat stereotypical, especially with the entire 'good versus evil' theme weaved into them. Taylor's voice was inviting and caught this reader quickly, yet she never truly fulfilled the promise of the story... this reader lost faith in the story teller and felt the tale did not live up to its earlier promise.

While the romance between Gage and Danica, a happily ever after (HEA) ending did happen, the book itself ended on a bit of a cliffhanger concerning an impending war and exactly who wanted to kill Danica. So, some major questions left unanswered... this reader truly dislikes cliffhanger endings when not warned or made aware of them in advance, so is deducting a star for that reason. Intimate moments started off fairly sensual between Gage and Danica, but to be fully mated at their mating ritual, they had to have sex in front of the entire pack. This reader isn't in to voyeurism but that wasn't the true issue... the scene was so rushed and glossed over, it was downright boring. This story had the potential of a four-star read, but midway that potential dropped and was never regained... while it is better than a two-star read, this reader felt a three-star and small recommendation would fit.
2.0 out of 5 stars Needs a lot of work 13 May 2017
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New to this author and well its an ok read but I had a few issues with this book. For one thing an Alpha of a pack no matter how new he is deserves respect. This pack though? They had major distrust and I understand their previous Alpha was a bastard but still to not help go after his mate? Thats just a whole lot of disrespect there. When packs get attacked or go to war sometimes people die and they needed to realize that. He took complete responsibility for it but they needed to be a little more supportive. Those wolves who died during the Wraith attack knew what they were getting into and still went. It just goes against the grain of what I know about Alphas and packs and the hierarchy. I have read hundreds of books and this is the first time a pack has treated their alpha and his mate this way. Just seems wrong. Another issue I had was well their intimate moments. They got interrupted 3 times...once or twice even I can understand but 3? Thats pushing it and became annoying the 3rd time. Then when it came to actually mating? That left a lot to be desired. It was boring! The times they "almost" was way hotter than their mating. Also, how the hell is she ok with doing the dirty in front of all the pack? Especially when they have no respect for their Alpha? Its like oh by the way we gotta do the dirty in front of everyone and she's like oh ok. Now I have read books where that is the norm. Thats not what I mean. You would think she'd freak out a little. She was nervous of course but I'd be throwing a s*** fit yo! The books I have read where they do the mating sex in front of the pack the female takes issue and freaks. Eventually gives in but come on! I really like how it started and I think my main issues were with about the middle of the book and on. A little disappointing BUT I enjoyed the story. This was free but I am not sure if I will be buying the rest of the series. Although its an ok read I'd really like to rate a 4 star in order to buy and this just wasnt a 4 star for me. I'm really on the fence about it. I very much enjoyed the characters Gage and Danica though. As characters they were written fairly well. Just need to be filled out a little more.
2.0 out of 5 stars Poor Plot. 17 April 2017
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There were holes in this story: potholes, loopholes, blackholes, voids. The plot was jumpy so everything was cliche but not connected. For example, how can the female protagonist, in a few scenes prior, promise to be always be there for the male only to later think of leaving because she was scared of forever. Or how can she be thinking he might leave her someday after he had just said the bond was forever and was trying to get her to commit.
3.0 out of 5 stars 3 out of 5 17 March 2017
By Elise Salsman - Published on
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This book started with action and didn't dissapoint. Between Gage saving Danica and Danica realizing she isn't dreaming,this book was good. Between trying to find an assasin, and Danica coming to terms to what's going on, Gage and Danica have to determine if they are In fact In love. While this book was good I just didn't feel the deep connection with either Gage for Danica. I was unattached to the characters, and it brought the book down.

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