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Claimed (Brides of the Kindred, #1) (edition 2011)

by Evangeline Anderson

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Title:Claimed (Brides of the Kindred, #1)
Authors:Evangeline Anderson
Info:E.A. Publishing, Kindle Edition, 321 pages
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2 Stars

Lots of steamy sex scenes but very little plot.
The heroine is annoying and really doesn't deserve the hero who is the book's one redeeming quality.
Not continuing with the series. ( )
  Lauren2013 | May 24, 2018 |
This was an whiny story line. The fated mates with on suffering from acute ridiculous behavior.

There were no grammatical or syntax errors to detract from the story.

I don't think I would recommend this to anyone with a stitch of common sense. Will not be finishing the series. ( )
  RyaneCandyce | Feb 15, 2016 |
Deffo not what I expected from this novel, but in a waaaay good way. Written erotica is not usually this entertaining or this clever. Sure there are a helluva lots of novels out there that are into E.T. fuckery but instead of following some kind of a story line you get the prologue (intro that should give us a glimpse into what the author envisioned as a background) followed by pages filed with bad porn talk and tsunami after tsunami of bodily fluids.

Evangeline however managed to get the story line rolling and fit in the steamy probing at the same time. big plus comes in a few completely random elements that got me laughing my ass off (blue teddy bear).

What to expect? There are four types of aliens in these series - Beast Kindred (what you will find in this book but don't worry they aint shapeshifers), Blood Kindred, Twin Kindred (wink wink), and the baddies- The Scourge.

well what else is there to say- don't expect too much, it's still erotica, but i found it so much better then the most. ( )
  IvieHill | Aug 6, 2015 |
I like the premise of this first novel in the Brides of the Kindred series. The different types of Kindred and their specific needs in "brides" is interesting. However, there were a couple of things that irritated me about the story.

One of the things that drove me nuts was Olivia's constant denial of her situation and her whiny behavior at being selected as a bride for the Beast Kindred, Baird. Also her unwillingness to even try to get to know him better as well as her rule breaking were hard things to handle. And her quick change of behavior to a "save me, save me" mentality whenever her poor decisions landed her in hot water had me yelling at Baird to get rid of her and find someone better.

I like Baird. He had infinite patience and he bent over backwards to try to accommodate his unwilling and annoying bride to be. His attempts to move ahead with his life after suffering horribly at the hands of the enemy made me want to get to know him better.

The flow of the story was fine as was the overall writing of this story.

Would I recommend this book? Yes, but be prepared for the overflow of the whiny cup. ( )
  kishazworld | Aug 3, 2015 |
I liked the premise of this story.

I did not like the repetitious sections in especially the beginning of the book, where every character comments on the same things in the same ways over and over again, as if this was needed to make clear to the reader that the female main character does not want to be claimed. We get it already!

I very much liked the chapter in which the female main character stumbled around in the dark in the alien's living quarters. Hilarious!

I very much liked the idea of the "Darth Vader and Son" evil creatures, and am left feeling that I want to read more about them.

I very much liked the pool bath, I want one of those now. I'll pass on the chocolate worms though.

What I absolutely did not like was the resistance the female main character put up, the way she went about it and the reasons she gave for it. Since this element turned out to be the pivot of the story, I did not enjoy it as much as I thought I would have. ( )
  Bluerabella | Mar 20, 2015 |
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