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A Shared Range (2010)

by Andrew Grey(Favorite Author)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 5
1615815953 (ISBN13: 9781615815951)
Dreamspinner Press
review 1: 3.5 starsI really didn't care for Wally, he was kind of an emotional drama queen. Especially at the end when he talks about building the pen. I shouldn't say talks about it because it was lik he already had his mind made up before even going over it with his partner. He had that 'I'm gonna do it anyway' attitude and that is not what 'partnership' is about. It was like he didn't care what Dakota said and that made me not like him more. He brought the book down.
review 2: Ugh. Ok, what to say... Well, first, I was so bored while reading this book. It started extremely early on when things just seemed to take FOREVER to describe, say, or lay out. Second, the MC's fell in love and committed to each other, in sickening sweet ways, within ONE WEEK of meeting for the
... morefirst time. They didn't even have any big emotional breakthroughs, or conversations to bring each other closer. Just *bam*! No emotional connection, I felt.Speaking of climaxes, I even skimmed over the sex scenes because they were so unemotional for me.The most interesting parts of the book was when dealing with the wolves and how much Wally cared about them.Also- minor bitchy, superficial rant- wtf is with the "Wally" kid on the cover? Its like someone took a Beiber photo and capped a cowboy hat on him. *shudders violently* less
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Amazing. Gotta say, my favourite part was the very ending. Interesting twist to the epilogue
A decent story overall, maybe a little boring at times.
not too bad, but not too good either.
3.5 Stars
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