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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Nature of the Beast by AmyLea Lyn
Raine and Ash are two people who were accidentally thrown together but are actually perfect for one another. They’ve both suffered because they’re different and have both been deprived love and affection for a long time. Ash needs someone to “soothe” the Beast and Raine filled that position quite well. The relationship between the two men felt natural and made sense in spite of how they met. Ash is definitely one hot alpha male who was so tender and loving with his mate, you couldn’t help but to be envious of Raine.
I found Nature of the Beast by Amylea Lyn to be well written with characters you can’t help but to love. Ms. Lyn’s thorough and vivid description of the City and the Outside made you feel as if you had actually been transported there especially when Raine’s gift is used. It wasn’t hard to see the bleakness and drabness of the City or the smell the rich aromas floating in the air and see the lush and colorful landscape known as the outside. I’m very interested in how much more of this world will be shown to us in future books.
Nature of the Beast is the first book in the Outside the City series and I’m definitely looking forward to reading future releases in this series. I loved, loved, loved it! If you’re looking for a paranormal story chocked full of romance and action Nature of the Beast is a definite must read.
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