Monday, June 20, 2016


Title: In Too Deep
Series: Others of Edenton #1
Author: Brandy L. Rivers
Rating: 

Brody is a talented motorcycle mechanic and werewolf stuck in his painful past. On yet another depressing night, he is viciously attacked by vampires.

Fallon is a brilliant tattoo artist with inherent magic. Tired of men and their games, she climbs onto her Harley and leaves her old life behind.

Running for his life, Brody crashes into Fallon and sparks fly. She ends up stranded in the Northwest with her ride out of commission.

With no ride and nowhere to go, Fallon allows her best friend to convince her to stay in Brody’s apartment. He’s determined to claim her heart and keep her safe from the shadows in her past. Fallon prides herself on her independence and would rather keep him safe, even from herself.

With the impending danger from the group of vampires and dark mages, they will have to work together. The closer they get, the harder it is for her to fight her attraction.

Be prepared for monsters, magic and lots of ink.
 

     

In Too Deep begins when Fallen is leaving her boyfriend. She's done with him even though she knows that she should have dumped him a long time ago. However, on her way to some place she never even thought of she ends up saving a handsome werewolf's life and is taken to see her best friend Jess. Fallen had no idea that her friend was near and that the wolf she saved, Brody, was also a man from her friend's pack. 

But now that Fallen and Brody have found each other it's going to be that much harder to be pulled apart. Brody can't stay away from her. There's just something about her that pulls him in, and when it comes to bonds and mating things just get even more complicated for both of them. 

But danger is on the horizon and the whole pack must be prepared if they want to survive this latest threat. Fallen will make sure to protect them and help out, and Brody will do anything for Fallen. 

This book was okay. It started off really interesting, and I adored the main characters, but then it just felt somewhat rushed, and somewhat boring at times as well. 
I was also very annoyed with the Dacia issue, and the fact that we had to read from her point of view. Other than that the book was very interesting, and I really liked Fallen. 
She was a very kickass heroine who fought for those she cares about and had pretty cool powers. 

I'm not sure if I will be reading more in this series, but this one was interesting to pass the time with. 
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