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Once Forgotten Twice Loved (Love of a Shifter Book 1) by [Evans, Bryce]
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Ashland Peters is a Detective with the New York Police Department. She is sent to a training class at the Meadowland Lodge in Colorado where her childhood friend Werewolf Nash Porters lives and works along with his pack. They’ve been friends since they were six years old and sent to the same orphanage. When they were old enough to leave on their own, Nash received what he had wanted his whole life and Ashland went to follow a dream. Separated for years by distance they finally get the chance to see each other when she is sent to Colorado for training.

Once Ash arrives, she meets sexy werewolf Alpha Larken Wilder who owns the Meadowland Lodge. From the moment Larken sees Ash, he knows she is his mate. However, problems seem to follow Ash and it turns out no different in Colorado, when the Sheriff has a problem with his brother’s mate. It’s the Alpha’s only chance for happiness, but Ash doesn’t know if she is right for the man, she doesn’t want to come between him and his brother.

When young girls are kidnapped from the neighboring packs, Ash’s help is needed. Ash finds herself working with not one Alpha but with a team of them, if they are to save the young girls from a Rogue wolf and his pack. As they solve the mystery, Ash finds answers to questions she’s had her whole life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 690 KB
  • Print Length: 204 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q7IFAPY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,000 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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This author is a great story teller. I love her world and would like to read further books in this series. BUT lots of problems with the style of writing. Needs a good editor. I don't know why she doesn't have one. With some improvement in her writing style she could become quite popular. The grammar and changes in tense just about drove me crazy. I stuck with it just because I was enjoying the story, normally I would have given the book the flick in the first couple of chapters. I would love to read a re edited version of this book. Please get a good editor and rewrite it.
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I cried, but didn't hesitate to read it again...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not recommended. At all. 1 July 2014
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It felt as though I was reading someones first attempt at writing, and as such, should have been a .99 cent book.
The characters all spoke without contractions. Kind of like when you're in high school and you need to have a certain number of pages written to get credit. People just don't talk that way.
The sex scenes were the same throughout the book, even so much as to use the EXACT same wording.
As to the rest of the story, well, there was just no flow to the writing. Example...

"Ash smiled at Kammy, and went and put her arm around her, turning her away from Lex. Pelton came closer to Kammy, staring at her. Kammy looked up at him and smiled. Pelton immediately felt a connection toward Kammy. Jonas walked over and put his arm around Kammy. "Lets go slugger". Jonas pulled Kammy away from Pelton. walking her back through the trees. Everybody started walking back toward the vehicles. Pelton never moved but stared at Kammy as she walked away."

See what I mean! A LOT of the book was like this. And Kammy wasn't even the main character. At first it was Ash this, and Nash that... I kept getting them confused. Please use names that are a little more different than Ash and Nash. And then Larken and Larsen. It just felt silly.
The only way to get through this inane book was to just skim through most of it. She doesn't go very deep into the characters and the story ended up being boring.
I wouldn't have written this review if it had only cost me a buck, but I'M MAD.
I want my money back.
Save yours!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A little editing goes a looong way. 24 December 2014
By Angie_stl - Published on Amazon.com
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My biggest problem with this book can be summed up in two words. Want/won't. These are NOT interchangeable. EVER. I don't believe won't was used even once in this book, want was used in it place. I still gave it three stars because the story itself was quite interesting, with the question of 'what is Ashland?' taking a long time to answer. While I wanted to know immediately, I also understand how a slow build can make things that much better. Other than the many, many grammar mistakes, I have to say I felt Ashland was pretty immature for a 29 year old woman that had been through as much as she has and to have the profession she does.

Will I recommend this to friends? Not without a warning about the grammar issues, and misuse of certain words. But if someone can look past those, and would like a very interesting take on a couple supernatural groups, and also doesn't have an issue with a committed threesome, then this might be the book for them. I did enjoy it somewhat, but the issues I mentioned brought it down in my estimation quite a bit.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars once forgotten twice loved 26 March 2013
By Maria Hall - Published on Amazon.com
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i loved this book it let me feel the pain of the children until they where grown.the way she found her mates and the termoil it put all of them true.i hope to hear more about these characters
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great book 19 April 2013
By MattJakeMegsGMa - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a very good book. Interesting characters, and story. Will definitely read any other stories by a good author.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars written by a 4th grade student 9 December 2014
By Love2Read - Published on Amazon.com
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Actually, that's an insult to the 4th grader.
The story wouldn't be half as bad if the writer could keep to 3rd person, could write a sentence with correct punctuation, and had someone proof read. Then found a mature person to take the teen age angst out. Adults worrying about their looks and crying in each other's arms gets old fast. Pounding in the predestined guilt trip and so on was bad. Unfortunately, the story started out strong enough that you didn't get this until after you wasted your money on reading the first chapter. Then it really went downhill.

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