When I read the prologue, I was super confused. To vote on books not in the list or books you couldn't find in the list, you can click on the tab add books to this list and then choose from your books, or simply search. Once I got into the meat of the story, I really enjoyed it. Some of the wording used during the intimate scenes were icky and took me out of the moment. I love teasing, but I hope the author will take pity on me, and add to the story of Brenna, who she really is, delve deeper into her new world, and let me meet the other characters in the realm who hold such sway over their fates! In her dreams, she has no inhibitions. The princes' pattern of speech was stilted. Mostly Brenna came off as a mouse, Oldest brother as a vague background leader without much personality can't remember his name other than it starts with W, that's how vague we're talking about , Victor middle brother is at turns needy then uppity, Corbin youngest goes gung ho then is decidedly fragile.
Taking an opportunity to relax and house sit for a family friend, Brenna uses the time to think on what to do with her future. A sexy reverse harem romance called Architects, it's crazy but it's absolutely correct. This was a good idea for a story. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. I enjoyed the storyline and the fact that it is different to This was a good idea for a story. Rugged, muscular Nic is Karl's right-hand man. I did not understand her other objections.
Let's make everyone miserable because we need to follow a schedule. The book started very rocky but as I continued to read it got better. A raven that miraculously is healed in moments. It is the third book in Sons of Olympus, a sizzling reverse harem paranormal romance and urban fantasy series. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. Again I read this straight through without stopping and it didn't seem as long as Ravens, and when checking this, there is a hundred odd page difference.
It is book one in the Sons of Olympus trilogy. One moment the heroine was contemplating one thing and then ended up seeming to do something else. I didn't have that desire, that urge, that compels me to read more right away. The characters are awesome and the emotion is incredible. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or for being critical of a book. Walking away from the men isn't easy. On one page alone I counted five.
Add in the oddly spoken college girl that seems to know more than she should about what's going on and the double speak that pretty much confirms it, thing have gone from small town to Oz. The words were vague, the romance next to nill- mostly just sex, whether in dreams or other dimensions. I loved the Princes and the world they came from. The main female lead was exactly what this book needed. It is still a little unclear, given some of the content spoke upon in the prologue, but it comes together eventually.
For that, I'm always grateful. Not one man but three princes. Sexy, yes, hot, yes, but quite as much as book one. Flagging a list will send it to the Goodreads Customer Care team for review. Brenna, the lead character, isn't totally unlikable but she is completely unremarkable. Leaving these men is impossible.
Just read the look inside before purchasing this very short story. Waldrom brings Brenna to his home, and they perform a ceremony with Victor and Corbin but Brenna doesn't fully comprehend what she has done, and runs. Brenna was extremely odd, in an unpleasant way to read about. Even though she doesn't understand the magic that binds them, They are her soulmate In her dreams, she has no inhibitions. I voluntarily Oh my, this is hot reverse harem book.
I am assuming that book three, Architects, will be Jade's story. I thought it would be interesting to see how close I could write the two books, both a lesbian version and a gay version of the same story. I work on things for ages, putting them away and getting them out again. The dreams start after Brenna rescues an injured raven and she can't help but feel that there is a connection. The second would be her attitude and how she only needs to look in the mirror to see the enemy in the story. Both stand alones, but Brenna does pop in this one, on her own journey.