Especially Hugh, since he doesn't understand what that emotion means. Unfortunately this one did not do it for me. There are hurdles: jealous shifters want to take the Siphon both for their own and to hurt Hugh. Zev is the son of the pack Alpha, regarded as the strongest wolf in generations, born to lead. Greg pulled both Hugh and Johnnie off perfectly, and they sounded just as I thought they would.
Well, you are in luck then because this book is all that, and so much more. Johnnie, with his total and utter shutdown before his attempt to end his life. A male shifter has to mate with a female shifter to keep his humanity, so shifters can't be gay. Cardeno's stories range from sweet to intense, contemporary to paranormal, long to short, but they always include strong relationships and walks into the happily-ever-after sunset. I highly recommend it to fans of the genre and beyond! But Isaac is tenacious and has his heart set on the grown-up version of the boy he always wanted and never forgot. At his breaking point and tired of being looked on as less than anyone else, the Siphon tries to end his life, not realizing the danger he will put not only the Pride, but Hugh in if he succeeds.
They become friends, allies and lovers, confidants. Since this is billed as Siphon 1? There comes a point when all that power gets to be too much. Without a siphon a premier will die. Shipons are pretty rare so not al p How to say this. Maybe too much of a two person drama just speaking and explaining feelings and life to each other and not much of a real storyline, but tender sweet in all ways. This book is about lion shifters.
I have cried in the booth more than a few times. I just want to karate kick Fanny Whatsherbutt in the kisser and then strongly suggest she take her thumb out of her ass. Just like always it's a sweet easy read, in this case a nice protective and possessive alpha and the extra special, yet totally normal man who was invisible but now seen. It bored me so I kept putting the book down in favor of yet another fanfic--and this is Cardeno C. Better to flee than linger in the truth: Because of his electronic whispering abilities, his family has been murdered. Years later, Charlie meets brash and confident Adan Navarro, who claims all he wants is a round between the sheets.
I can't even picture this book with any other narrator. Miguel Rodriguez is more than four centuries old. The narration is totally flawless and made this audiobook even more enjoyable. However, now that Greg Tremblay has done the audio version I'm really interested in listening to it. Sadness tinges the story initially. But now his birthday has come and gone-and his mate has a new set of excuses. Hugh also has a Siphon, a lion with blue eyes assigned just to him, who always hovers nearby and draws Hugh's excess power.
The first time Hugh really looks at his Siphon is after he endangers himself. I felt like there was a lot of foreshadowing but nothing every came of it. Hoping to find an honorable death by joining his pack mates in a vampire attack, Ethan instead learns two things: draining his blood releases his pain and his wolf, and he has a true mate—a vampire named Miguel. Its different anything different is good in my book! In the beginning he is so confused, innocent and naïve. Now when the siphon tries to take his own life, by hanging himself. Maybe Johnnie's depression is too easily cured with Hugh's attention, but this is a shifter story, and shifters are not like us. Creating a relationship that gives so much value to the characters is another.
Now, had I been feeling 100%, it wouldn't have taken me 3 hours to finish and I would have finished it in one sitting, but feeling under the weather meant I really had to sleep. Since the day he came to the Berk Pride and saw the large, beautiful, black lion that would be his Premier, Johnnie knew that this man, this lion, was his lion. I started this puppy late last night and couldn't stop reading. Once Miguel gives in, being together comes naturally. Apologizing for your opinion doesn't do jack for anyone but I don't think I can help it--I've got a real guilt-complex thing going on here.
Concepts that I thought were common knowledge are foreign to them. Nothing is urgent in his life. For instance: Generally, after eating they all ended up fucking in one of the common areas. It has a beast of an alpha and a virgin in the shadows who has always loved him. As with every Cardeno C book I've read is this a touching, easy read —yummy smexy— story about characters in need of love and friendship.
When Hugh realises something is terribly worng with the Siphon, lions are sent to the Siphon's room and cut him down, just in time. However, his actions finally gain him the attention of the premier and from there magic happens. His whole presence is very large also. He spoke to Hugh about the things that mattered. But Ethan is persistent, and Miguel cant resist for long.