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Clay's Hope (Judgement of the Six Companion Series #1)

by Melissa Haag

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It has been over a year since I read Hope[less], Gabby's story, but it was just enough time to remember the basic story but not remember how it ended, so it left enough of a pull and interest to read Clay's Hope all in one sitting!

I loved Clay's "doggie" POV. Loved it! His feeling were so innocent and pure. Every thought was for his mate. His POV allowed for a deep connection to Clay while only glancing over Gabby's story, but the depth of her story didn't matter, not since I read her story first.

Reader Rated for ages 14 for mild sensuality; also contains brief, non-sexual nudity.

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  LisaRector | Sep 28, 2017 |
I'm glad I read Hope(less) first - I love getting Clay's view on the events, but Gabby has the broader story (how she got involved with the werewolves in the first place, for one thing). However, I'm delighted with this book - it's fascinating seeing the different viewpoint on the same events. The most amusing part, to me, was how Gabby thought Clay had this solid plan for his courtship, and she was trying to figure it out - and here's Clay, trying to decipher what Gabby's plan is for them, and reacting to what he thinks he knows. Lovely trick. Honestly, I liked Clay a lot better after I read this - he didn't have nearly as many secrets from Gabby as she thought. All the external events are exactly the same between the books - dialog, action, situations - though they didn't necessarily notice the same things. It's very well done. Glad I read it and I want to read the rest of the series(es). Whether I'll reread...depends on the whole series, I think. But I suspect that this book/these books are going to be ones that permanently affect my worldview... ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Sep 11, 2016 |
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