Monday, October 7, 2013

BOOK REVIEW - GHOSTS # 1.1 by KELLEY ARMSTRONG - TALES OF THE OTHERWORLD ANTHOLOGY # 2 - NOVELLA - WOMEN OF THE OTHERWORLD SERIES

By: Kelley Armstrong
Published By: Orbit Books, Hachette
Released : Available Now
Details: Paperback from library, 547 Pages

GHOSTS NOVELLA # 1.1

RATING: 4.5 JEREMY STARS

Blurb : Goodreads

Have you ever wondered how lone wolf Clayton Danvers finally got bitten by the last thing he ever expected: love? Or how the hot-blooded bad-girl witch Eve Levine managed to ensnare the cold, ruthless corporate sorcerer, Kristof Nast in one of the Otherworld’s most unlikely pairings? Would you like to be a fly on the wall at the wedding of Lucas Cortez and Paige Winterbourne, as their eminently practical plans are gradually upended by their well-meaning friends? Or tag along with Lucas and Paige as they investigate a rather gruesome case that looks to be the result of a rogue vampire?

Now, Otherworld reader can share these moments with some of their favorite characters—as well as catching welcome glimpses into the minds of some of the lesser-known players. But even readers new to the Otherworld universe will find much to love in these seven tales of friendship, adventure, and enduring romance.

Anthology contains: Birthright, Beginnings, Ghosts, Expectations, Wedding Bell Hell, The Case of El Chupacabra and a new story narrated by Eve.

OTHERWORLD STORIES # 1.1

GHOSTS
11 PAGE - SHORT STORY - JEREMY'S POV
FOUND INSIDE TALES OF THE OTHERWORLD

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:

Short and to the point. Jeremy is harbouring his own worries about how he is handling his pack and especially Clayton and Elena. I really like Jeremy. This is a snippet from Jeremy’s mind from Bitten. Jeremy being the one to help Elena after Clay bit her. The hurt of banishing Clayton from the Pack. We tend to forget about Jeremy and his thoughts. He brought Clayton into his Pack and didn’t give up on him and he didn’t give up on Elena. She is now the only female werewolf and with that comes those who want her for their own uses.

He’d bitten this girl, and I was the one who had to luisten to her sob, rage, scream until she had no voice left and, worst of all, cry quietly in the corner, calling his name when she thought no one was listening. I had to restrain her during her Changes, fight her, bear he bites and scratches, none of them more painful than that look of utter terror on her face as her body changed forms.

An Alpha must put the well-being of the Pack first. At all times. At all costs. Each individual member within that Pack must be protected, but an Alpha’s priority is the Pack itself, as an entity, as a construct. If no members of the Pack remain, the Pack ceases to exist. I cannot allow that. Ever.


A great short story that had me feeling like giving Jeremy a big wolfie hug.


Michelle

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