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I thought this one would of been a good one, the description had potential but in the end, I was disappointed. Most of the read I was bored and pulling teeth to force the read, hoping it would of improved. I am totally for a female leader but I feel it was too easy. She was instantly great with NO practice. Just bam, she is perfect. Once that was expressed, events got predictable. I won't bother further with this series.
I kinda didn't get into this because it seemed like the main character wasn't confident enough. She was mostly wishy washy even when the author put in moments of solidarity. I don't regret reading it, but it seemed unfinished and not developed enough. I was prepared for the multiple viewpoints but they didn't transition very well which caused me to forget who I was reading. There was to much up in the air and then the description of the next book made the decision not to continue with the series. I liked the compassion Tasmin had even for betrayers for a good reason. Overall just was not it for me.
Blood Rite is the first novel in The Lost Clan Chronicles series by Janelle Peel.
Tamsin’s mother has recently passed leaving the Wolf Lodge within her care. Every year the packs of the US meet for an enclave of sorts at the Lodge, in part due to her mother’s unaligned status. Totally unbeknownst to Tamsin, having always relegated werewolves to fiction of literature.
This work came before the Rogue Witch series. You can experience such different writing styles within their pages comparatively. I didn’t find as much enjoyment in Tamsin’s journey as I had hoped to.
It’s an interesting twist on werewolf literature. The differing classes of everyday weres, Royals, and even those whom don’t possess a twin.
Loved this story it was disturbing and frustrating it had so the ingredients to keep me riveted. The characters were surprisingly realistic with social problems and tragedies that touched the heart. Kudos to the Author's ingenuity. Enjoy fellow readers.😊