Editorial Reviews. Review. WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING ABOUT PURSUED. NIGHT OWL Pursued Brides of the Kindred 6 – Kindle edition by Evangeline Anderson, Reese Dante, Barb Rice. Download it once and read it on your Kindle. Read “Pursued” by Evangeline Anderson with Rakuten Kobo. Elise is fractured inside, stained by a past she refuses to remember. Merrick is scarred both inside . Brides of the Kindred. Book 6: Pursued. by. Evangeline Anderson. * * * * *. PUBLISHED BY: Evangeline Anderson on Smashwords. Brides of the Kindred.
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Pursued Brides of the Kindred, Book 6
Preview — Pursued by Evangeline Anderson. Elise is fractured inside, stained by a past she refuses to remember. Merrick is scarred both inside and out, a half-breed with a brutal background, evanngeline home nowhere in the universe.
Now they are tied together by an unstable bond which could kill them both.
Pursued : Evangeline Anderson :
Their journey will take them to the lawless planet of Rageron—the wildest of all the Kindred worlds. There, in the deep b Elise is fractured inside, stained by a past she refuses to remember. There, in the deep blue jungles of an alien world, Elise must bare her soul and relive the horror that nearly killed her. Can she and Merrick make each other whole or will Elise run from her pain?
If she does, Merrick cannot help but chase her…Elise is being Pursued. Kindle Editionpages. Brides of the Kindred 6.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Pursuedplease sign up. See 1 question about Pursued…. Lists with This Book. Jun 25, Heather abderson it liked it Shelves: Who knew I could go on and on about such a silly book?! Also, I tried to blot out the fvangeline but sorry if I didn’t get them all! I’m not going to lie. Believe it or not, I was sort of looking forward to reading this book, in spite of what I andersob in my review of Revealed.
Many people hav 3. Many evangelin have asked why I continue to read the series since I review it so harshly and am such a critic. My answer is that, while I understand that erotic works of fiction are usually read first and foremost for their erotic content; Ms.
Anderson has clearly intended to put just as much effort into her story and actual writing craft, as she has in getting us off. And she’s very good at the latter, IMO ; I just think that the former needs a little work. And I also think that authors of these kinds of works still should step up their games. Writing is writing, no matter the subject.
It’s a craft that should be respected andedson done well, not anddrson to create unreadable garbage. Luckily, unreadable garbage is NOT what you will find here. First off, quick summary. This story begins right where Revealed left off, so you need to read that before you read this one.
Hybrid Kindred males are even larger in size than their full blooded peers and are supposedly unable to bond. Andrrson, after saving Elise evangline bringing her back to pureued Mother ship, Merrick and Elise are revealed to have formed an artificial bond that must be destroyed before it destroys them. Thus is the beginning of our journey. First the two must travel to Rageron to find a rare plant that can help destroy the bond.
All the while, needing physical touch to ease the “hunger” of the bond, but trying to resist their overpowering attraction to one another. After thisthey are kidnapped by Draven the new evil subjected to pain and torture, and then reunited in the end. First, what worked for me: I liked them both. I liked them together and apart. I feared that Elise would be turned into another god-awful Sophie-like character.
Luckily in between evangline angst and weeping, and stupid decisions, there were enough ballsy moments in which Elise was forced to prove herself worthy of Merrick. I also liked that Elise was fairly straightforward in andersson desire for Merrick as well.
Sure there was some resistance on account of her very dark past even worse than Sophie’s, IMO but there wasn’t any annoying “I like it but I can’t because Me thinks perhaps Anderson has learned a thing or two about the irritating way she tends to portray her females. Merrick was just right for me, as a hero. He’s definitely my favorite so far. He came across as alpha and protective, but not an overbearing asshole.
There are moments where he’s forced to accept Elise’s independence and strength as a person, which he does. He didn’t try to force anything on Elise that anderzon wasn’t willing to give, but he also knew that she might need a little bit of seductive coaxing.
He was blunt and to the point, which I liked. He doesn’t shy away from killing there was actually a line where he refers to himself feeling better “now that the killing was done” that made me LOL. He’s tortured, scarred, but still soft anderxon squishy on the inside.
I’m not really sure what it was about this one. In some ways he was very much like the other heroes but evangellne balance of his character just worked for me better than in the past.
The sexual tension between the two was very believable to me. They were a couple that I was rooting for for once! There were certain parts of the story that I found to be surprisingly dark. This is a good thing IMO, especially considering the tooth-ache inducing love fest that was Revealed. I loved the fact that Merrick’s mom was view spoiler [literally, a whore. I loved that Elise’s stepfather evagneline his nasty end serial raping Elise, running over her dog TWICE in front of her and then trying to rape pursed again at the end I loved the sadistic Draven guy who forces his minions to stab out their eyes when he’s done with them.
And his blanket of skins. I also enjoyed Lissa’s self-exiled naked trek into the desert. I will be interested to see how Anderson handles that situation, considering her other pseudo-incest stories have left a bad taste in my mouth and reek of coercive sex.
But she’s already off to solid start in having Lissa admit that she very much reciprocates her “brother’s” attraction. I liked the stuff that happened on First World and learning a bit more about it. Lissa strikes me as the young, sweet, virginal type. I kind of wonder what Anderson has against women who aren’t afraid ajderson sleep around a little bit.
I don’t recall encountering that in any of her past works. Her women are always sexually unsure of themselves and seem to need men to help them find their sexual power. It’s not necessarily a criticism as much as an observation. What didn’t work for me: Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy the story, but it struck me xnderson as a hybrid of Planet X and Hunted than something really new and original.
Anyone who has read those two books and then reads this will see the similarities. A dangerous jungle planet traversed by A large beastly dude and young hottie? A remote and indigenous people with strange customs and beliefs that qnderson problems for the main characters?
Huge scary jungle creature that needs to be killed by alpha hero? Young hottie is former victim of rape? Beastly dude must overcome hottie’s sexual hang ups due to the past rape? Not only that, but even Draven’s storyline is basically a copy of the All father’s from the first four books. He kidnaps the heroine and hero, tortures them both a bit, and then somehow they are able to get away, which is basically how it always played out with the All Father in the past. The more bad he actually accomplishes, the more us readers will want his demise ‘.
Think Joffery from Game of Thrones. Is there anyone who’s read the books or seen the show that didn’t want that kid dead? Anytime we were forced to revisit the ladies on the Mothership, I skimmed.
It bores the hell out of me, not gonna lie. I could care less what weird concoction Olivia is mowing down on. I sure as shit don’t want to hear anymore of Sophie’s whining or stammering. And what the hell does Kat even do anymore evangeoine from eating and girl-talk? Sylvan and Xairn seemed to be the only Mothership men available this time around. Once Elise meets them all, I couldn’t stop thinking “someone like her wouldn’t be friends with women like them”.