This book came highly recommended by one of my favorite authors and you know what, the plot sounds AMAZING! The hero, Lachlain, who is a Lycan has been in prison for almost a hundred years when he scents his mate and chews off his foot to escape. The heroine is a half vampire, half Valkyrie. Vampires and Lycans are at war with each other. Amazing, right? WRONG!
I was hugely disappointed. I had such high expectations and I ended up being let down. I liked Lachlain but I HATED Emmaline!
Sure, the book started out really good but by the quarter mark, it quickly went downhill from there.
Not to mention the horrible female voice Robert Petkoff used! UGH, x 2000000!!!
I’m not even sure if I want to read the other books in this series.
Penny Reid has been highly recommended to me for a while now and when Neanderthal Seeks Human was free on Amazon, I decided to download it.
Good thing I didn’t purchase this book because it ended as a DNF for me! I mean, I liked the quirkiness and the uniqueness of the heroine but man was she SUPER CLUELESS! And she was supposed to be really smart! So, no. This turned me off and I finally decided to file it under DNF.
I’m upset just thinking about this book!
Have you read any of the books mentioned above?
Do you agree with my thoughts? If you disagree, please tell me why!
Lover Of Romance says
I enjoyed Kresley Cole’s book, but read it years ago. But I didn’t love it, I had my own issues with it. Not all books in that series works for me.
I have read Neandarthal Seeks Humanm, but have heard many mixed reviews, so not sure I will pick it up. The clueless ones really can drive me nuts.
Ugh. I know. I guess if I read Kresley Cole’s book years ago, it would be different. I’m also not sure if I would read the rest of the series now. I think it is the same for the Knitting in the City books.
Everyone loved the Knitting in the City series and I just didn’t care for it at all! Glad I’m not the only one! It just was awful!
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I know what you mean, Samantha! I just couldn’t stand it. ughhh