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Loup Garou (A Paranormal Romance Novel) (Tempting Fate Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B00DTM1SAM
- Publisher : The Raven Books; 2 edition (6 January 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 3732 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 224 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 253,706 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Lindsay is just way too slow on the uptake of who Exavier is, the name if not the spelling is an absolute give away. It is not exactly a common Joe or Frank name.
She is also just too naive over music she is hooked on and doesn’t find it strange some of the songs are sung in the language of the Fae, not English.
Why does Exavier not say anything to Lindsay about who he is and why does he not sense evil like she does? He is the PRINCE OF DARKNESS.
I also ended up with no respect for Exavier.
Prince of Darkness, more like manwhore king.
He isn’t honest about too many things, like the fact it wasn’t a dream and they are married.
Lindsay was right in pointing out she didn’t know she had a mate and had lived her life accordingly but Exavier knew he had a mate and who she was but still had sex with scores and scores of women.
Basically he was a ratpig manho.
Lindsay has to use her magic on Eion to remove years off memories which I found sad.
And where was the big showdown with his mother? The one who lied and interfered terribly, keeping these two apart for twenty years, causing all sorts of problems.
Saying everything happens for a reason is not good enough and a cop out in the story.
I had read and reviewed this years ago but reviews are missing. Interesting that another book has been added to the series about Jay, one of Lindsay’s ex lovers.
Lindsay Willows is one really kick butt heroine. Evil has a hard on for her that just won’t quit. With each subsequent attack, she gets one-step closer to just wanting to give up. Always they are demanding that she give up her mate, the Prince of Darkness… the only problem is, Lindsay has no clue who he is. Already evil’s obsession has cost her the most precious thing in her life. What more does she have to give? She’s given up her career as a choreographer. She’s given up any permanent semblance of a relationship she’s ever had. Life keeps taking from her, still she keeps going, she never stops giving, and she manages to do it with a smile on her face and laughter surrounding her. Lindsay’s heart and soul is wrapped up in the rec center she runs for the less fortunate children of the city. She draws the most stalwart and protective friends to her. This is one three quarter fae, quarter vamp I would definitely want to call friends.
Exavier Kedmen is the front man for the Loup Garou band. He has a devilish voice and hot as sin looks that draw Lindsay from the moment they meet. He also wants to draw Lindsay back into her past profession, something she has sworn she won’t do. The chemistry that ignites between these two is incendiary. Assuming he is human, Lindsay is continually trying to put herself between him and all the evil that comes at her. It’s pretty obvious to the outside observer though that Xav really doesn’t need protecting. This is definitely one totally alpha male with a few secrets of his own. He’s also one male that is out to claim his mate come hell or high water. Someone has been playing fast and loose at keeping him from her for years and it all stops now.
Loup Garou was so darned good I hated to see it end. The dialog was witty and the action tight. The pages just seemed to turn themselves. You can bet I’ll be looking to see what’s next in the series. Although, I really don’t know how Ms. Roth can top this one. And, if you are asking if I’d recommend this one, at this point I have to ask, “Haven’t you been listening?” “…not just yes, but hell yes!” Loup Garou will satisfy just about any romance reader but especially those who like a great paranormal with quite a load of action, suspense and heat.
I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.
Lindsay keeps being attack by the supernaturals.
They want the dark Prince and think Linds can hand him over.
Just one problem, Linds doesn't know any dark Prince.
This book made me cry.
Top reviews from other countries
Not far off Exeviar or Xavs, in this book.
He’s the lead in famous rock group Loup Garou. And he wants choreographer Lindsay Willow, to go on tour with him and work on his moves.
And I don’t just mean dance moves.
He’s desperate to romance her, and she is attracted to him, but as someone in the know with Supernaturals, she’s trying to hide that world from him, thinking he’s human.
There are some technical issues with the book - reveals either coming out of nowhere or not being quick enough. ie, I struggled with the idea that Linds didn’t click quicker exactly what he is to her.
However, it’s a fun book, hot and heavy, great characters, nice amount of action and some good quips and snappy dialogue.
If you like paranormal romances then this is the book for you.
With twists and turns, wonderful friendships and some very teary moments nearer the end. Be aware it involves the description of a past loss of a child, which i must admit did trigger me due to 2 previous miscarriages i had. So if you have fresh wounds then be aware of it. But even with that i have to say it's a wonderful book.