- Paperback: 298 pages
- Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub (31 October 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1480191132
- ISBN-13: 978-1480191136
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.6 x 20.3 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 395 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
Human and Freakn': Freakn' Shifters: Volume 4 Paperback – 31 Oct 2012
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Hello, my name is Eve and I am a Canadian author who loves to write hot romance. I possess a twisted imagination and a sarcastic sense of humor which tends to heavily influence my stories. I enjoy strong alpha male heroes, and shifters. Lots of big, overprotective shifters that need a strong woman to temper their wild side--and unleash the lover.
I love to write, and while I don't always know what my mind is going to come up with next, I can promise it will be fun, probably humorous and most of all romantic, because I love a happily ever after.
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Loved the fighting fate, yeah, good luck with that.
Joel and Kendrick do NOT act like gentlemen. They deserved a good kick in the pants.
Poor Ruth is a botanist and roughing it in the jungles is not her normal forte but to find her sister Carlie, she will do whatever is needed.
This wasn't my favourite book in this series due to how Kendrick and Joel treated Ruth. Their disrespect for her as a slightly overweight female and how they referred to her as a chubby girl and did not allow the others to help her was cruel and mean. With behaviour like that from men, it is no wonder she had low self-esteem issues.
Good for Ruth though she held her own, felt empowered and did really well, even getting quite fit by the end of the trip.
Once Joel and Kendrick realised she was their mate, Joel treated her better, but Kendrick kept denying a chubby girl could be his mate as that was not the sort of woman he went out with.
They behaved more nicely to her but it became a sort of contest to see who could get her first. It was no surprise she didn’t believe them when they told her she was beautiful. Sorry, Ruth isn't stupid and knew they were talking about her and not the crocodile.
There is some understanding Joel’s behaviour due to his parents, his mother left him and his dad was a drunk who treated him horribly. Kendrick though had been raised in a great family and had no excuse for his behaviour.
Ruth let them both off too easily but I did like the fact they had to fight to keep her instead of the Moon Ghost Jaguars taking her for a mate. Poetic justice.
The story about what had happened to Carlie, Ruth's sister was intriguing and I hope we get that story too.
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In this book, we step away from the Grayson greater family into the Jungle and meet our first non-shifter mate - also the first female over five foot three - and the first American. Liked seeing a big woman, human, holding her own in the jungle against shifter males. Ruth is no delicate freakn' flower, but may grown a few in her garden back home. Some may not like how unsure she is around the handsome Alpha males, going on about her body image - but being a tall woman is tough, and your body image is formed in teenage years while you towered over the boys who have not hit their growth spurt yet. I totally believe intelligent, confident, younger sister, unsure Ruth as a human being. She is a welcomed change from the foul-mouthed heroines in the first two books. As mentioned in my series review (which can be found in Jealous and Freakn'), Ms. Langlais managed to create very different heroines and heroes for each book of this series.
I did find Joel's quick acceptance of the mating urge disappointing with his background. I would have liked to see a bit more character development as he moved through his angst, but I guess with the focus on the Grayson son, Kenndrick, and the angst already being processed by Ruth, the editors and author decided not to also bog down the liveliness of the erotica by too much soul searching on Joel's part. Pity.
This book lays the stage for book five, though each book of the series can be standalone. And in book four for the first time we move away from the standard shifter-type universe mythos to a deeper possible magic that continues to develop in book five.
they been sent as group find the missing girls from school trip aboard, for once the ghost clan has made big world wide news oppise and they are off to get teh girls back but what happens in jungle stays in the jungle?
They Best friend and leave everyone behind to be on secret mission to find these girls only after much delays they are left hoof it on thier own or should i say paw it ?
when finally reach the other group they pull up short there is human in mix of shifter seeking lost ones. and both their wolves howl and jockey for who get there 1st only one thing she clueless as to who and what they are.
Jungle hold more wild thing just human and shifter what only you can read find out!