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A Soul to Keep: Duskwalker Brides: Book One

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Uma mensagem por e-mail será enviada antes do término do período gratuito, que pode ser cancelado a qualquer momento. I'm so obsessed with this sweet giant of a Duskwalker and his perfect girl who finally showed him what love means. So yes, I would highly recommend this book if you're in the mood for something slow burn, monster-virgin sacrifice trope, cinnamon roll (with a zest). I mean I would have had more sympathy for her if she hadn’t gone that route, but really revenge was quite a rational desire for her, so the fact that she is made out to be totally evil (rather than just traumatized and a bit of a bitch) bothered me.

I never felt like the story dragged, and I would have loved more time before the “happily ever after”. But instead of seeing this point of view, Reia legit blames her since Katerina "never voiced her wants, had never denied Orpheus, simply because she was too blind to see he would have stopped touching if she has just simply said no. Durante o período de teste, é possível usufruir de todos os benefícios da assinatura de maneira gratuita. Just because Reia likes Orpheus and doesn't see him as a monster doesn't mean Katerinas trauma and revulsion to him isn't valid. Reia had found heaven in the Veil, and it was given to her by the cock of a Duskwalker that was fucking her into oblivion.

Reia and the Dustwalker named Orpheus are alone on page for most of the book - with the occasional appearance from demons trying to kill her, an ominous Owl Witch, and another Dustwalker who is not as smart as Orpheus.

wouldn't have been as tedious if i actually felt some chemistry between the mcs, but sadly i didn't. He became a love-sick puppy with massive separation anxiety, he had no personality except to exist to please Reia. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. The first book of a series, especially a fantasy series, always has a tough job of world building, but Opal Reyne was able to get this book off the ground quickly with a simple premise: there are humans, and the demons who hunt them. Watching Orpheus try so hard to give Reia everything she wanted was so sweet, and his petty jealousy with the other Duskwalker was adorable.

I think it could have been really neat but it was like things would pop up and be explained quickly in a sentence or two and then moved on from.

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