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S.E. Smith is a very talented author indeed, coupling her wonderful stories with the vocal performances of Suzanne Elise Freeman is definitely a winning combination
I am really looking forward to hearing the next in the series on Audible 😊
The Publisher's Summary pretty much sums up the plot - ruthless humans capture Merrick, repeatedly do various nasty experiments which slowly drain his strength and they have every intention of killing him..... and soon. While innocent Addie is at her evening cleaning job she stumbles across a chained and imprisoned handsome stranger with silver eyes and it's a case of wrong place wrong time.... or perhaps right place right time? Because the safe silent world Addie knows is about to become dangerous - but oh so yummy too as the mesmerizing Alien vows to protect, honour and love her as his words invade her silent world and his body claims hers. Merrick can't believe that finally he's met his Mate..... however the timing and circumstances couldn't of been worse... then, in true S E Smith style, things do in fact get worse as Merrick and Addie fight for freedom, fight to stay alive, fight for their relationship.... and fight the sick and twisted monsters who've held them captive.
Any fan of this series already knows that they're going to get an action packed listen peppered with danger, humor, sex, passion, romance and sex because these sex starved possessive Warriors just can't stay out of trouble in their quest to claim their Mates. Multiple POV's but mainly the H & H, entertaining Sci-Fi romance, a handful of various secondary characters thrown in plus the old familiar ones too and the narrator was good. It's instant everything... but hey and a shrug - there's absolutely no complaints here.
Worth a credit? Yes it would have been but, at under $10 I saved the credit for a more expensive listen and so I just bought it.
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What would have made Merrick's Maiden better?
I couldn't wait to listen to the last book so I bought it rather than wait for my credits. I skipped a lot of chapters. I was boring and not as good as the others. At least they didn't say bond-mate every other sentence like the last books.
What could S. E. Smith have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Written it better?
Did Suzanne Elise Freeman do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
She was fine.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful