At one point I was so thorough angered I was physically shaking. These are some of the coolest games in the genre that we could dig up for you: Star Stable. It was around 1/2 way in before it got my attention enough to at least be able to finish with out the struggles of wanting to watch TV like I had in the first 1/2 of the book. This book was honestly a shock for me; not in a bad way, obviously, but some things that happened just caught me completely by surprise. There are a lot of things that didn't make sense for me in this series (like how the whole downfall of civilization happened to cause the dystopian thing). Clearly, there is a war coming. The second half of the book had a better flow. I put it down several times to watch TV. But things aren't all harmonious in the Hallow with a packmate deathly I'll and another missing and someone tying to kill her Ryder and Jordan are pushed closer together and she might be a bigger part of the games then she ever thought sh. I connected to Jordan and Raider easily and found myself dreading the end, simply because I wasn't ready to leave these characters and Wolf Hollow. Mating Hames did not disappoint.
Humans in the world after the apocalypse are brutal, savage in a way wolves cannot understand. The interlocking stories of the couples are arranged so you see how they work together and keep the story moving. Collection of the first three Halle Shifter stories. This book was honestly a shock for me; not in a bad way, obviously, but some things that happened just caught me completely by surprise. I also really enjoyed seeing Elsie start to come into her own. Jordan is a straight up badass! His legal department calculates that the Larkins are owed, with all the interest that has accrued, over $14 million. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. But the humans have other plans.
It had its sweet moments and it had the girl catfight moments :P I would definitely recommend this to those that have a love of shifters. This book concentrates on Raider. I also love the incredible depth and detail she gives to every aspect of the story. And Wolfrik? “Mating Games” the second book in the series “A Wolf Hollow Shifters” will have your attention from page one. Refresh and try again. But, he really isn’t . Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The Larkins are unable to pay such a large sum, so Kelsey tells them they can either sell the farm to Burnshaw or face foreclosure. Raider isn’t interested in anything but something about Jordan stirs feeling in him that he can’t seem to control and can’t beat them down. I'm not even sure what to say there. He is what I would picture as your typical dumb jock. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
VERY HUMOROUS, FRIENDLY CHARACTERS. I highly recommend this book and can't wait until the next release! We've got you covered with the buzziest new releases of the day. It’s definitely an adult book and has some HOT scenes in it. Loved her strength and feistiness and Raider was without a doubt her perfect complement.
She is definitely not considered a front runner for mating with one of the most eligible bachelors.
http://www.danamariebell.com/MatingGames.html. Dana Marie Bell wrote her first short story when she was thirteen years old. I loved how we were able to explore more about the humans, though you'll definitely be rooting for the underdogs in this series. I loved that it was all about the characters, there was no need to impress the reader by going overboard or into too much detail. Received in exchange for a honest review. She is not in the least interested in Raider but gets stuck with him as a patrol partner. At one point I was so thorough angered I was physically shaking. I really enjoyed Jordan and Raider’s story. He lives with the stigma of being the son of Garrick, who is not well liked and probably should have been banned from the pack. Start by marking “Mating Games (Halle Pumas, #1-3)” as Want to Read: Error rating book. T. This is a unique combination of dystopian and paranormal romance mix.
by Samhain Publishing. Play Monster Breeding I wasn't a big fan of book 1 but I wanted to give the author a second chance and tried book 2 but I still didn't like most of the characters and how things were handled. Yes, the romance was good and I liked how the title captured the spirit of the book, but I wasn't really invested until Jordan. Lorenzo and the eldest Larkin daughter, Mariette (Debbie Reynolds), become attracted to each other, but he does not let that get in the way of his work, at least not at first. Jordan wants nothing to do with the games her sisters play she couldn't care less which one of her sisters snag the all all muscles no brains as she puts it Ryder and when they're paired up for patrols that moon cycle she's less than happy. We’d love your help. It would definitely have been better if I had re-read Wolf Hollow before starting on Mating Games. When her parents moved out of the city and placed her in a Catholic high school for her senior year she tried desperately to get away, but the nuns held fast, and she graduated with honors despite herself. From Jordan's outlook it seemed like Sasha came off as unfeeling and bitter and while she saw Tabor as powerful, she didn't give off the impression of the confident guy I read about in the first book. Reynolds sings the title song during the opening credits. It will have you on your toes with all the action and adventure. I think this book is definitely better than book 1 -by just a little bit. I loved every page of Jordan and Raider's story and am still caught up in the experience of it days later! I was also surprised to see that Garrick and Palmer still had so much influence after everything that. I’ve never been so pissed while reading, I was in tears from feeling Jordan’s impotence and the frustration.
The wolves won't stand by and let the humans steal and abuse their kind forever. Humans in the world after the apocalypse are brutal, savage in a way wolves cannot understand. The Wallflower-- Sweet Dreams-- Cat of a Different Color. The Mating Game (1959) is an MGM Metrocolor film in CinemaScope directed by George Marshall, and starring Debbie Reynolds, Tony Randall and Paul Douglas in his final film role. Be the first to ask a question about Mating Games. He lives with the stigma of being the son of Garrick, who is not well liked and probably should have been banned from the pack. The book was slow to pull me in -in general. That scene with the humans...wow.
Meanwhile, Mariette goes to see Lorenzo. It did take me a bit longer to get into it again and I needed some time to sort through the characters in order to find out who was who and what was his or her role in the story. She recommended I start with this one.
A fantastic, enthralling read. My whole aura was so off-putting my kids decided they should behave themselves. The film was written by William Roberts very loosely based on a British novel, The Darling Buds of May by H. E. Bates, which was later adapted into a more faithful 1991–93 British miniseries, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones in the role that Debbie Reynolds plays in the film. For instance, how Sasha and Tabor were perceived by others. I didn't like Jordan, she was very polarizing as a heroine for me. Nikki Jefford has knocked it out of the park with this second instalment in this brilliant, Let the games begin! Full disclosure: I met this author, Dana Marie Bell, at AAD 2011 and she told me about a bunch of her books. All the shifters want is. Dana Marie Bell wrote her first short story when she was thirteen years old. The Mating Game (1959) is an MGM Metrocolor film in CinemaScope directed by George Marshall, and starring Debbie Reynolds, Tony Randall and Paul Douglas in his final film role. The second half of the book had a better flow. Their chemistry is HOT, HOT, HOT.
Jordan is not interested in the scheming, the betting, etc. US and Canada take see "1959: Probable Domestic Take", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Mating_Game_(film)&oldid=978804519, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 September 2020, at 01:31. Like Shelly Laurenston, but for cat shifters. In that case, we can't... To see what your friends thought of this book, The Mating Games is the second book in Nikki Jefford’s new Wolf Hollow Series. 1 star just not enough to it..too fast,the jokes not funny.Bad knock off to Shelly Laurenson,who I love.
Funny, snarky, and sexy. The story is full of twists and turns and I loved getting to know more characters in the Hollow. My whole aura was so off-putting my kids decided they should behave themselves. Others may love this series better than I did. He is content to hide his intelligence and be what most consider the “muscle” of the pack. Refresh and try again. What made the other sick? She attended the High School for Creative and Performing Arts for creative writing, where freedom of expression was the order of the day. The Mating Games is the second book in Nikki Jefford’s new Wolf Hollow Series. Welcome back. Game. This book concentrates on Raider. As much as I get emotionally involved I have Never had such a visceral response to characters and their actions. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The last 1/4 had me wanting to see what finally happens & had me staying up way to late to finish the book. I can’t wait to see what happens with her in the future. Be the first to ask a question about Mating Games.
The overall vibe of this book is a bit dark & harsh, the lifestyle in the Hollow is very unappealing -for me who doesn’t like to rough it. Kelsey calculates the Larkins owe $50,000. I LIKED IT. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.