ClaimedBy: K. R. Smith
Format: ePub Un-encrypted (DRM free)
Reader Review: Mildly entertaining. Story wasn't believable at all and it was annoying how fast the main character went from a career woman to a house spouse. Doesn't give good backgroung information on these 'werewolves' and you end the book thinking 'what just happened?' Glad it was a freebie.
âI am a Lokoti Werewolf.â -- âOh, is that a name for an ice hockey team, or something?â Career woman Jessica Tandy, has a rest stop in a tiny town called Alma, in the Alaska Range. Coming back from the âcamping trip from hellâ, with a cold and obnoxious boyfriend; she meets Flint Riverclaw, a Native Alaskan. The handsome stranger sees sheâs unwell with her diabetes and insists on shouting her food and drink. He offers to take her to Anchorage, since her boyfriend whoâs driving, has been drinking beer. Jessica accepts and the two continue to become acquainted, during the journey. Flintâs strong build, handsome features and kindness wins her over, so much so, she invites him into her hotel room. Although there are moments where he growled, his teeth felt sharp or she could have sworn his eyes glowed turquoise; Jessica rates it as her best sexual experience. The next morning, she tiptoes out when heâs still asleep, to catch her flight back to Seattle. However, she canât get the man out of her mind as her body wonât stop shaking. Sheâs shocked three days later when out of the blue, Flint shows up at her apartment to tell her two things; he is a Lokoti Werewolf and she is his pregnant mate.
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|Title of eBook: Claimed|
|Release Date: 04-11-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 480|
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“You said we’d be staying in a hotel tonight, in Anchorage.” I whined, as I reluctantly climbed out.
“Gees Steve, you weren’t kidding when you said Jess was a city-dweller.” Brian laughed, as he took Abi’s hand, to lead her into the Bar.
Steve was embarrassed about having me as a girlfriend, I could tell. He didn’t take hold of my hand, nor did he hold the door open for me. Inwardly, I fumed as I went inside. I toyed with the idea of an immediate break-up, once I was safely back in Seattle.
He was the outdoorsy type, who typically played more than one sport; but I never pretended to be. I met him at a party and when we were introduced, I told him straight up how I’m a manager at a PR company, and I have a pretty impressive resume of events. I own my own apartment and a cat and a fridge, stocked full of frozen TV dinners.
So what if I can’t cook over an open fire? So what if I don’t know how to pitch a tent? So call me civilized, for having difficulty using the behind of a tree, as a bathroom!
We walked into the bar, to find a typical scene for an establishment in the middle of nowhere. Wooden floors which looked like they had never seen a can of polish; and a couple of chairs and tables as well as booths on one side of the room, with a long counter on the other. In the middle, sat burly types who could have been truckers or lumberjacks, for all I knew....
Title: Claimed December 7, 2012 I love the book, but after the baby was born and that it was bad for jessica to have more. That was very sad.
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 5 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
this is a sad story
Reviewer: A reader from ROANOKE RAPIDS , NC USA
December 7, 2012
I love the book, but after the baby was born and that it was bad for jessica to have more. That was very sad.
December 13, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from TUCSON, AZ USA
Mildly entertaining. Story wasn't believable at all and it was annoying how fast the main character went from a career woman to a house spouse. Doesn't give good backgroung information on these 'werewolves' and you end the book thinking 'what just happened?' Glad it was a freebie.
October 17, 2011
Although this was a ahort story, the character were well thought out and the story line was very good.
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