All Hallow's Howl

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All Hallow's Howl

All Hallow s Howl Forget the rules He ll make his own Dylan s at the end of his rope If he doesn t figure out how to get out of his pack s required mating run he s looking at a lifetime of being force bonded to some o

  • Title: All Hallow's Howl
  • Author: Cait Forester
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Forget the rules He ll make his own Dylan s at the end of his rope If he doesn t figure out how to get out of his pack s required mating run, he s looking at a lifetime of being force bonded to some old creep who thinks that omega really means slave Not Happening The only problem is that there is no way out of the mating run unless he already has a mate PuttingForget the rules He ll make his own Dylan s at the end of his rope If he doesn t figure out how to get out of his pack s required mating run, he s looking at a lifetime of being force bonded to some old creep who thinks that omega really means slave Not Happening The only problem is that there is no way out of the mating run unless he already has a mate Putting his faith in an old magic ritual to find his soul mate seems like a dumb idea, but when all else fails, what does he have to lose

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    1. Christy on said:

      By now I'm sure my reputation of loving all things paranormal and shifters has spread far and wide. Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration. *grins* However, I do love discovering a new-to-me author especially if the book involves shifters and an entertaining and interesting world. I can honestly say that Cait Forester's post-apocalyptic world where humans, in an attempt to kill off all weres, destroyed the majority of their own population with a plague, had me hooked and wishing the story [...]

    2. Hc Lynn on said:

      It seems the tense of this seems to switch from present first person to third and a little past? It's slightly awkward. The story itself wasn't too bad butLike Did I MISS something?? Mostly the Epilogue end of chapter we are told of consequences and Dylan's wish is granted (view spoiler)[(keeping his mate and not being fertile) (hide spoiler)] and then (view spoiler)[ hear him call out to his 'son' and Jamie isn't home but he's feeling like something wrong (hide spoiler)]Very awkward cliffhanger [...]

    3. Pati on said:

      Eh I wish that I could say that I liked it but I can't. Not only is it written oddly in two totally different POVs but it's also focused more on setting up the world and introducing people instead of the MCs then it ends with a weird cliffhanger. 1.5 stars

    4. Lila Hunter on said:

      The idea behind this story was great. The way the MCs got together and their connection worked very well. Unfortunately, the changes of POV between first person present and third past omniscient took away from it. As well as the lack of development. The author did a nice job setting up the events, characters, and antagonist in the story, but in the end, the reader has more questions than answers.The main story didn't have a cliffhanger, but the epilogue does. At least, the next installment shoul [...]

    5. Lillian Francis on said:

      WTF!This read was going along fine, omegas in were stories aren't exactly my favourites but Dylan reminded me a little of Stiles *pauses* *thinks* (huh, I am so stupid) *headsdesk*Anyway, so he wasn't a pathetic omega, I liked his spunk *cough, erm* and I liked the supernatural element.Then the epilogue, which in itself want too bad although was a disappointingly massive time jump. Until the last sentence Then any goodwill I had for this story disappeared.I hate being manipulated to buy the next [...]

    6. Sierra on said:

      The concept for this was great and really well executed. I could feel Dylan's desperation over the way fate was robbing him of choice and control--I was even worried that there wasn't going to be a happy ending! The romance was very satisfying and the sex was hot without overwhelming the story. The writing and editing were superb as well. I can't wait for Forester's next book.

    7. Mary on said:

      great premise, I agree with some of the reviews the way the story is written it goes back and forth between 1st and 3rd person which is ackward. The story flowed well though but the epilogue was confusing I'm assuming there is another book in the series but it's not really clear.

    8. Lindsay on said:

      Short sexy readI got this book on a deal, its short but the plot is explained fully and the characters are explained fully so as not to confuse.I would like to read the next book to see what happens next

    9. Missy Clifton on said:

      Even though it was a short read I fell in love with both MC's. I cannot wait for the next book to see how things go with their lives!

    10. Artemisia on said:

      it's goodjust needs a little bit editing and more explaining about some thingsd to be clear that it's an ongoing series

    11. lesley dawn wallace on said:

      All hallow's howlAll hallow's howl is a great read I really enjoyed it I think it's a must read it's a page turner

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