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I have so much respect for a novella writter who manages to create a complete short story. It really isn't an easy feat to find the right balance of elements in such few words. Yet this book is pretty close! It has a back story that connects both protagonists firmly to the series without being too complex. It touches on sensitive issues without over shadowing the plot. It has sexual chemistry that sizzles from the first look. It has humour. It has characters that cover the whole spectrum from intense to adorable to humourous. I really liked the main characters, Paul and PG. Often such sudden romances can feel contrived, but these two fit. In fact, I wish the story was just a little longer to witness the success of their connection (rather than just the suggestion such a short story permits). Well played, Jennifer Kacey!
This is a very easy, bite size story for most paranormal romance fans, but most especially for those who have committed to this series and have read through the regeneration of the Black Hills Wolves.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
Broken Silence is a supernatural romance, short story. At age twelve Paul spoke out to his alpha, the werewolf's pack leader. Angered by the child's honesty, the abusive alpha cut out Paul's tongue. Maimed and silenced, Paul's place in the pack was dramatically affected while his personality deteriorated until he became a social recluse. Then one day a petite female named Pressley walked into the bar he worked in and walked into his life with American Sign Language. From that moment, nothing would be the same.
I liked Broken Silence. I just didn't love it. There was nothing precisely wrong with the story. It just didn't grab me as strongly as it did some other reviewers I've read. If you like werewolves and supernatural romance stories, you will probably enjoy "Broken Silence." Finally, This audiobook was provided at no cost in exchange for an honest review, courtesy of Audio Book Boom.
This is the first book I've listened by Jennifer Kacey, but I don't think it's going be the last. I
Don't believe a person could see someone turn into a wolf and have the reaction PG has. Her reaction doesn't ring true, unless it turns out she already knows about shifters. It's like this was supposed to be longer but someone came along and cut some out.
The narration was ok, just a little lackluster.
This audiobook was given to me for free at my request from the publisher or author or narrator and I provided this voluntary review.