Sophia Waterhouse is being Hunted and the only man who can save her is the one she fears the Book 2: Hunted. Copyright © by Evangeline Anderson. Hunted. Brides of the Kindred, Book 2. Sophia Waterhouse has always been afraid of needles and vampires so there’s no way she wants anything to do with a . You’ll have to read Brides of the Kindred Book 2-Hunted to find out. Hunted. Front Cover. Evangeline Anderson. CreateSpace Independent.
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Hunted | Evangeline Anderson
Sophia was view spoiler [ raped on prom night so that makes her dis This was better and worse than book 1. He believ Two scared beings come together, and learn to heal each others hearts but it’ll take a lot before they admit their true feelings for one another. And the resisting is not because he’s a benevolent sexist, mind you, w Mixed feelings about this.
A man that is willing to work through the trauma with a woman who was attacked, and shows her compassion, does not make him a push over or weak, it means he’s gives a crap!
There’s a big cast of characters here and it only looks to get bigger as the series progresses. I love all of the characters but of course in this book Sylvan has my heart. Book 1 of The Alien Mate Index.
The main character is Sophia or Sophie who is twin sister of Olivia from book 1. I highly recommend it. Well next on the list is Kat, Deep and Lock can’t wait to get evanheline story behind the story xxx And you know how I get stage fright.
Yet I was intrigued by Sylvan. I miss her, she thought sadly. The elements of racism that was worked in by the other class of alien races was a stroke of genus and I was riveted by every page of this amazing love story. She’s afraid of everything. If she isn’t hyperventilating over the thought of something sharp, she’s burying her head in the sand. How could Sophie explain that Sylvan had been on her mind a lot recently? Sophia really started to get on my nerves at times.
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Unfortunately, compared with her twin Sophie was practically a virgin. Or,to be the first to find out about new books, join her newsletter. These Kindred have double fangs that also emerge to defend a mate. The Scourge continue to get more interesting. Orphaned and sold to a harsh master, Lera’s life is about mucking stalls, avoiding her master’s anderosn, and steering clear of the mystical forest separating the mortal and fae worlds.
Olivia Waterhouse just got drafted.
Truly a story to huntes again and again once i find the others in the series … Show more Show less. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. However, the storyline grew into a much more enjoyable listen when Sophia and Sylvan were made to leave the ship and there were interesting and humorous times as well as an exciting rescue.
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We see Sophia as strong albeit a little evangline and fanatical in her need to get her twin back from one evangelinw the Kindred. There were a few times during the first half of this listen when I thought I couldn’t continue any longer and my finger was hovering over ‘stop’ more than once as Sophia was so annoying, naive, whimpy and child-like there was also far too much not-quite-sex sex just lots of talk and action around the lapping of her ‘juices’ But her irredeemable insipidness?
Her assigned dragonman, however, is anything but easy. Montemayor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ice Planet Barbarians By: She has a Great Voice I enjoyed the storyline; I’ve read the series.
After all, before Olivia had been called as a bride she and Sophie had been inseparable.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Book one, Claimed, is also available in audio. I have nothing against patterns like this evangeoine the reader can know what is coming and like it anyway. What I liked so much about this book was the switches in point of view. Did the author simply pick the most stereotypical history to explain Sophia’s aversion to all things Sylvan?