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Fated to Love (Fated Series Book 1)

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more>> constantly one hits people in public, becomes godlike in any threatening scenario, and has a brain encyclopedia of every little fact of the game, all these things make this story just a wanton self jerk fest. Jennie: Yeah; I know that you often lose interest in series after a couple of books, so sticking it out with this series up through book eleven is an impressive feat! But life has a way of weaving destinies together, and three years later, Charles finds himself facing a heartbreaking situation as his beloved woman battles a severe illness. Despite being dense, he knows the heriones are in love with him because of the system, and he later on knows that he needs to properly seduce them 'to save the world' but he just half baked his attempt, sometimes not attempting at all and even being avoidance instead. Jennie: This is apparently the 11 th book in the Psy/Changeling series (at least according to Wikipedia, which as we all know, is never wrong).

For me, that many characters just makes me anxious – I feel like an Australian Shepherd trying to maintain control of my flock every time someone new pops up. Get ready for a rollercoaster of emotions as you delve into this captivating narrative that will leave you breathless until the very last page.It is true that they don’t always succumb to their (at times wildly over the top) emotions; they are capable of thought and discretion. And, yes, the series pays a great deal of lip service to the *idea* of strong women, just as long as they’re not *too* strong.

Mia being the Female lead fell in love with Charles but all she got was betrayal, one sided love and a broken heart . And notice how there’s no young female alphas mentioned that might possibly get her own book, or who might even go toe-to-toe with Hawke and Lucas, like those two do all the time. From New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker comes a sizzling suspense about the romance that blossoms between two strangers during a snowstorm and the stalker who threatens them both. I don’t need to read about dominant, kickass heroines but if I do, I don’t want the author to pull her punches and soften the heroine in an attempt to make her more conventionally appealing to readers.Hackles still raised by the thought of her lunch date, he straightened to his full height, his mate’s hands sliding to his shoulders.

I understand the concept of animals who mate for life, but what we’re talking about here is something different – a sort of master plan devised by God or the universe or whatever fating one person to be another’s mate. Again, this is a problem with the changelings – it’s been so long since I’ve read a non-changeling hero that I’m not sure if it’s as much of an issue with them. It seems to me that in Singh’s world, dominant men are dominant, but dominant women are simply assertive – and their very acts of assertiveness are deemed as attempts to dominate. I really like how the world building was done specially now in Forge of struggle it is very interesting to see how different it is from the human civilation.

The protagonist embraces his unusual situation quickly and handles the eccentric cast of characters with care and nuance. At times it seems to work like a psychic tether, almost an internal walkie-talkie between the h/h, but I’m really not sure if I’m getting a clear picture of it. I think the physicality of these descriptions causes problems for me because it makes me stop and try to picture the processes being described, and they don’t really make sense because it’s hard (for me, anyway) to understand the PsyNet as a physical entity. Instead of being passive like what someone in the other review said he's actually a bit crazy at times, which is always nice. Because Hawke’s decisions felt inconsistent, it made the alliances feel like contrived plot devices rather than natural developments, and that took away some of my enjoyment in that part of the story.

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