Book two in the captivating series by USA Today bestselling author Leia Stone that has been optioned for film When Aurora found out that the vampires were after her blood to procreate, she thought she knew her mission Take out the vampires and live happily ever after with Kai and their pack But when the witches discover something about her, everything changes Maybe Aurora doesnt have as much control over her fate as she thought and sometimes allies become enemies Aurora and Kai must defy all odds if their future is to end in happiness....
|Title||:||Devi (Matefinder Book 2) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Leia Stone 13 August 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||166 Pages|
|File Size||:||571 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Devi (Matefinder Book 2) (English Edition) Reviews
Das Buch hat mir gut gefallen. Wie der erste Band rennt es aber zu schnell durch die Ereignisse ... Meiner Meinung nach^^
Devi definetly is a step up from Matefinder, the first book in this series. The plot is a lot more developed and it's easier to connect with the characters. There is still a lot happening but the scenes don't feel as disconnected anymore. I especially liked the Spirit retreat scenes.
One day Aurora was just your very unaverage half witch-half wolf Matefinder. The next she is a Devi with two affinities and far more special than she ever wanted to be. Where book one centered mainly around Aurora's wolf side, book two delves greatly into her witch half and the multitude of deeper secrets that this half of her has to uncover. War is coming and Aurora will need ever possible advantage in hopes of defeating the vampires, as well as the wayward RAIDOS, but what she finds will be beyond her wildest imaginings, and may very well mean her impending death. What will she sacrifice for the safety of her pack and of all humanity? And worse yet, what in the WORLD is her mate up to?? Aurora continues to grow and learn to be a leader to her pack and a protector of mankind. She has transformed drastically from the unconfident and insecure woman who was first changed into a werewolf, to the radiant and dominant young 'Alpha' female that we see before us now. How much more will she change and mature before her time finally runs out? I can hardly wait to find out, even as I fear for Aurora's possibly imminent end.
Okay, I loved Mate Finder, I loved it so much I guess I got my hopes up too much. Aurora seems like a total different character, suddenly she's portrayed as this teenager, trying too hard to be sexy and sassy. Like there were some good parts, but some parts of the book felt as total fillers and felt not needed in the book at all. Like I love how there's gay shifters, but how does that all work in the finding a mate to get hooked up with so they can procreate, in that whole world they'd be an anomaly since unless they changed something big, men still can't get pregnant and thus the reason to have a mate finder is invalid.There's a few more things, but yeah in general this book sucked badly.But despite it all don't despair since book 3 is good again, Aurora is Aurora again and Kai still carries the story the most.
The problems never ends for Aurora and her loved ones. Thankfully she's tough and doesn't let a no win scenario get her down, she gets help she's not expecting and managed to come up at the end but she pays a huge price. The villains are really annoying because they seem to always be a step ahead making look her friend like idiots I really hope they take of them in an spectacular fashion in the next book.
Definitely enjoyed this book more than the first one. The pace was a bit quicker and we delve into the pack dynamics plus Aurora is honing her skills as a witch. Dramas unfold simultaneously and Aurora discovers another secret which changes everything for her and Kai. I like the idea of reincarnation and the way it affects this story giving some pack members a second chance at love.
The only reason I did not get this book/series four stars is because (once again) I feel like authors have to throw SO MUCH onto one person shoulders/life that it makes the story just a little unbelievable (aside from the magic, lol) Great series, I love them, but come on, let SOMETHING go right in this young ladies life!