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  1. Barbara Voulgari Barbara Voulgari says:

    This book had the capacity to be very good but wasted a lot of opportunities.The heroine,Nina,had a very appealing personality and talents but turned into a very soft character near the middle and until the end couldn t make heads or tails of her feelings.Kane,the other main character, was very obstinate and unlikeable at the beginning, and wouldn t let Nina know how he felt.He even plotted to kill her and disposed of her personal belongings when he kidnapped her.Nina and Kane end up alone for a This book had the capacity to be very good but wasted a lot of opportunities.The heroine,Nina,had a very appealing personality and talents but turned into a very soft character near the middle and until the end couldn t make heads or tails of her feelings.Kane,the other main character, was very obstinate and unlikeable at the beginning, and wouldn t let Nina know how he felt.He even plotted to kill her and disposed of her personal belongings when he kidnapped her.Nina and Kane end up alone for a big part of the book and don t really connect with each other in a way that would redeem this book.Nina falls victim to her body a lot of times,a trope I hate reading in romances,and Kane can t cooperate with his inner beast until the very last pages.The writing was good and I liked certain elements,but it s not a winner for me


  2. Clint Griffon Clint Griffon says:

    I didn t think much of Nightwalker and, well, I didn t think much of this one either.Takala s sister Nina Rainwater is roaming the West using her shamanic powers to free the spirits of killed animals, and gets mixed up with a pride of Seniphs were lions , who have a deadly problem.Nina is barely party to the real conflict of the book, which is between the naturally inhuman rules of the pride and leader Kane s love and loyalty for his brother There s a bit of an old murder mystery thrown in t I didn t think much of Nightwalker and, well, I didn t think much of this one either.Takala s sister Nina Rainwater is roaming the West using her shamanic powers to free the spirits of killed animals, and gets mixed up with a pride of Seniphs were lions , who have a deadly problem.Nina is barely party to the real conflict of the book, which is between the naturally inhuman rules of the pride and leader Kane s love and loyalty for his brother There s a bit of an old murder mystery thrown in there too.The first problem I have with the book is the demotic style of the writing, both narrative and dialogue That s a questionable objection after all, Native American reservations are not Harvard, and the seniphs are living and posing as country people, but the vulgar language of the characters conversations and thoughts leaks into the narrative, and there is a sort of convention that novels are written in literary English I seem to recall that the centuries old, upper class globe trotting vampire in Nightwalker thought in the same terms, so it looks like a limitation of the author rather than an artistic device.Then there is the common problem of supernatural romances, that the concerns of the characters are not human, and as a result it is difficult to empathise with them.Finally, the fantasy setting is just weak there s no coherent underlying logic, rather a grab bag of legends and things that appear to have been made up to suit the plot The main story is resolved by view spoiler introducing a new dimension, never previously mentioned or suggested, to hide the loose ends in hide spoiler


  3. Debbie Heaton Debbie Heaton says:

    A mutant shifter goes on a murdering spree in a rural community, alerting Nina Rainwater that she must put an end to it Just try and tell that to the arrogant abductor who takes her and will stop at nothing to protect his family.For Kane, a seniph, belives the killer is his estranged brother And though his quest could signal his own death, he must first stop a prying beauty capable of destroyingthan his composure.Sparks fly when a nightwalker encounters the only woman capable of unleashi A mutant shifter goes on a murdering spree in a rural community, alerting Nina Rainwater that she must put an end to it Just try and tell that to the arrogant abductor who takes her and will stop at nothing to protect his family.For Kane, a seniph, belives the killer is his estranged brother And though his quest could signal his own death, he must first stop a prying beauty capable of destroyingthan his composure.Sparks fly when a nightwalker encounters the only woman capable of unleashing his inner beast and live to tell about it.Great story


  4. Kendra Kendra says:

    Not bad, but just didn t grab me Psychic tracks dead creatures, good guy knows bad guy, they end up working together to save bad guy.


  5. ♥ Suger Honey ♥ ♥ Suger Honey ♥ says:

    It was an usual but very interesting book I really enjoyed it 4 stars x


  6. Harlequin Books Harlequin Books says:

    Miniseries The Nightwalkers


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The Beholder ❮Epub❯ ➠ The Beholder ➟ Author Connie Hall – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk When murders at the hands of a mutant shifter start occurring in a rural community, Nina Rainwater knows she must put an end to it But tell that to her arrogant abductor, who will stop at nothing to p When murders at the hands of a mutant shifter start occurring in a rural community, Nina Rainwater knows she must put an end to it But tell that to her arrogant abductor, who will stop at nothing to protect his familyFor Kane, a seniph, believes the killer is his estranged brother And though his quest could mean his own demise, he must first stop a prying beauty capable of destroying than just his composure.