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It was a great tug at my heartstrings.

The blurb at the beginning is what drew me in to read this story originally but a few chapters in and I can’t seem to put it down! The beginning of this story has a hook so good I ended up procrastinating the rest of the night just to read the entirety of it. The storyline has my feelings bobbing up and down with annoyance, anger and frustration one moment and relief and happiness the next. Sometimes, it made me want to get into the story myself to yell at Connor to just open his eyes already and REALLY see the girl that has been in love with him for ten years.

I’ve also noticed something that drew me in as the chapters progress towards the end and that is Mckenzie’s character development. And boy, do I love her! Yes, she’s a great pain in the butt at first but feeling like you’ve been abandoned by your own sister for a guy, I’d probably do the same thing too. I love how Sadie sees the bigger picture immediately and apologise for all the lost time instead of being all whiney and mopey over Connor. Sadie is such a strong character and I love that this story incorporates her this way. And Brett? He’s on a whole other level. He’s smart, cunning, sees the situation immediately and acts smartly on it. His character is also one that I learned to love along the way.

I really love the open ending of TBWKC because it leaves the imagination to us readers as to how the ending will go. I love it. It’s perfect. I wouldn’t mind a sequel either ;) if it’s in the works.

All in all, this whole story brings out so much emotions in me and I like the fact that it was able to. Whether there is a sequel to TBWKC or not, I love it either ways, Keep up the great work and I look forward to reading your other work as well! Cheers! xx

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Absolutely adored Lithia!

It is usually hard for me as a reader to get so hooked on the book that I couldn’t seem to put it down. This book, Lithia, just did it. I couldn’t put down the book even when I wanted to!

Axel, Katrina, Lithia, and Cassius are all loveable and played with my heart the entire time I was reading it—makes me want to jump into the story and get to know them myself. I love how a certain chapter ended with Lithia’s quirky sense of inquiring the werewolves around her about them, unexpected and humorous. All the characters stayed in the book the perfect amount like they are supposed to and I love it.

Like all books, there are some developments to be made. The main enemy and Cassius’s ex and first mate, didn’t make much of an appearance except during explanations, flashbacks and through the death threat letter she sent. There could be a sequel that the author is cooking up that I don’t know about or that Cassius’s first mate (I forgot her name and I apologise for that) makes more of an appearance in the prequel. However, as this is an unedited novel, this is to be expected. Hopefully, after the book’s been edited, more details are included, tiny plot holes are filled and the readers are surprised with bonus chapters or a sequel or even a possible spin-off! xx The book was pretty fast-paced which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I enjoyed it.

Overall, as this is an unedited version, there is bound to be grammatical errors and that’s okay. Hopefully all the stars are filled when this book is edited. This book took me on a great ride and there is no regret when I finished, only sad I had to say goodbye to the characters so soon. Keep up the good work, author! xx

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It was a GREAT read, however...

I love, LOVE, LOVE the development of Poppy and Knox’s relationship although his overbearingness threw me off at times. However, reading his backstory had me understanding why he is who he is. I love how the characters develop as they learn to love theirselves and be more confident, and I love how Knox tried his best to control his anger issues and become a better person that he hoped to be. Knox and Poppy’s love for each other is portrayed well enough that I, as a reader, couldn’t help but let myself be tugged at the heartstrings with their bond. Great job on that author!

There are a few things, however, that gives off an iffy vibe. Some of the characters like Corbin and Eric—yes, I do know they are minor characters compared to Poppy and Knox— had disappeared just like that without any closure to the readers. It was weird in a sense that they pop up for a chapter at times and just dissolved within the storyline as it progresses. The one thing that had me confused until the very end was how Poppy, who’s portrayed as a shy and a very sweet girl, could just become so cold-hearted to the point where she kicked her parents out of her own wedding. I understood the reason with her father, but her mother, who had been nothing but a sweetheart, suffered the same consequence just because she wanted to bring the family back together. It would be nice if I, as a reader, could at least get a goodbye or a reason before the minor characters disappear behind the storyline.

Overall, it’s a great read and I just love the character development between Poppy and Knox. I also love how Kiara balances the time between her best friend and her boyfriend well. Great job on the story author, and hope this story progresses even better! x

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