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Second in the Sons of Destiny series-now in mass market.

Wolfer is one of eight sexy brothers, exiled to a strange island and struggling with magic, mysterious women, and deadly enemies-both human and not.
Published: Penguin Group on Apr 3, 2007
ISBN: 9781440623431
List price: $7.99
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Again, fun. A very different setup this time - a girl the brothers have known nearly all their lives escapes her wicked uncle and comes to them. She knows she's in love with the second-born; he doesn't know, immediately, that he's in love with her. One amusing aspect of these books is how, because of the prophecy, the men know perfectly well they're going to get married and evaluate every woman on that basis. The intention of marriage comes early on in each books, and in this one they say explicitly that sex before marriage is perfectly acceptable. So the romance part is over quickly - the uncertainty of their relationship; the latter half of the book is a combination of dealing with crises (an enemy attack, on this case; in Sword, it was a minor invasion followed by a kidnapping) and hot sex. Again, very explicit, and as much about building the relationship as about pleasure. Fun, want the next one! I've ordered it but have to wait.read more
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I was so pleased with The Sword, right after reading GW’sL, I dove right into this one. And I’m very pleased to say I enjoyed this one just as much as her first book. This one is the story of Wolfer (I know – groan worthy name – but don’t let it distract you - besides he can shape-shift and his main form to shift to is a wolf) the twin of Sabre, the hero of The Sword and his destined mate Alys. Before they were banished Wolf’s family and Alys’s family were friends and there was a special friendship between Wolfer and Alys. Years later however, things have changed for both of them. Wolfer has been banished along with his brothers and Alys has come under the thumb of her very evil uncle. She manages to escape and flees to Nightfall Isle – the home of the eight brothers. Wolf is delighted to see his old friend but also confused that he feels a whole lot different for a grown up, matured Alys then he did for his childhood friend.It turns out that her evil uncle is the one behind all the attacks and once again they must all ban together to defeat their enemy.This one was just a charming and delightful as The Sword and while not laugh out loud funny, I did find myself smiling in quite a number of places and I was glad I was on the late shift at work so no one was around at breaks and lunch so I could keep reading this delightful tale.The first two are out in PB now for anyone not wanting to pay trade sized prices and I already ordered The Cat, the fifth book in this series. In trade size of course though. I have to be anal about these books.One thing I should also mention is that Ms. Johnson can write mighty fine and mighty hawt love scenes - just in case anyone is wondering that is. These first two were Very Steamy.read more
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The second in the series and I liked this story better than the first. Ok I have thing for shapeshifter type of magic. It was a good continuation of the series!!!read more
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Again, fun. A very different setup this time - a girl the brothers have known nearly all their lives escapes her wicked uncle and comes to them. She knows she's in love with the second-born; he doesn't know, immediately, that he's in love with her. One amusing aspect of these books is how, because of the prophecy, the men know perfectly well they're going to get married and evaluate every woman on that basis. The intention of marriage comes early on in each books, and in this one they say explicitly that sex before marriage is perfectly acceptable. So the romance part is over quickly - the uncertainty of their relationship; the latter half of the book is a combination of dealing with crises (an enemy attack, on this case; in Sword, it was a minor invasion followed by a kidnapping) and hot sex. Again, very explicit, and as much about building the relationship as about pleasure. Fun, want the next one! I've ordered it but have to wait.
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I was so pleased with The Sword, right after reading GW’sL, I dove right into this one. And I’m very pleased to say I enjoyed this one just as much as her first book. This one is the story of Wolfer (I know – groan worthy name – but don’t let it distract you - besides he can shape-shift and his main form to shift to is a wolf) the twin of Sabre, the hero of The Sword and his destined mate Alys. Before they were banished Wolf’s family and Alys’s family were friends and there was a special friendship between Wolfer and Alys. Years later however, things have changed for both of them. Wolfer has been banished along with his brothers and Alys has come under the thumb of her very evil uncle. She manages to escape and flees to Nightfall Isle – the home of the eight brothers. Wolf is delighted to see his old friend but also confused that he feels a whole lot different for a grown up, matured Alys then he did for his childhood friend.It turns out that her evil uncle is the one behind all the attacks and once again they must all ban together to defeat their enemy.This one was just a charming and delightful as The Sword and while not laugh out loud funny, I did find myself smiling in quite a number of places and I was glad I was on the late shift at work so no one was around at breaks and lunch so I could keep reading this delightful tale.The first two are out in PB now for anyone not wanting to pay trade sized prices and I already ordered The Cat, the fifth book in this series. In trade size of course though. I have to be anal about these books.One thing I should also mention is that Ms. Johnson can write mighty fine and mighty hawt love scenes - just in case anyone is wondering that is. These first two were Very Steamy.
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The second in the series and I liked this story better than the first. Ok I have thing for shapeshifter type of magic. It was a good continuation of the series!!!
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