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Go Fetch

Go Fetch

Написано Shelly Laurenston

Озвучено Kasha Kensington


Go Fetch

Написано Shelly Laurenston

Озвучено Kasha Kensington

оценки:
4.5/5 (21 оценки)
Длина:
7 hours
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Издано:
Apr 5, 2016
ISBN:
9781515974291
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Описание

Conall Víga-Feilan, direct descendent of Viking shifters, never thought that he'd meet a female strong enough to be his mate. He especially didn't think that a short, viper-tongued human would ever fit the bill. But Miki Kendrick isn't some average human. With an IQ off the charts and a special skill with weapons of all kinds, Miki brings the big blond pooch to his knees-and keeps him there.



Miki's way too smart to ever believe in love, and she knows that a guy like Conall could only want one thing from her. But with the Pack's enemies on her tail and a few days stuck alone with the one man who makes her absolutely wild, Miki is about to discover how persistent one Viking wolf can be.

Contains mature themes.
Издатель:
Издано:
Apr 5, 2016
ISBN:
9781515974291
Формат:
Аудиокнига


Об авторе

Shelly Laurenston is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Pride, Call of Crows, and The Honey Badger Chronicles, as well as winner of the RT Book Reviews Readers' Choice Award for her 2016 novel, The Undoing. When she’s not writing about sexy wolf, honey badger, lion, and other fang-filled predators, she's writing about sexy dragons as G.A. Aiken, the acclaimed and bestselling author of the Dragon Kin series. Originally from Long Island, she now lives on the West Coast and spends most of her time writing and making sure her rescued pit bull doesn’t love everyone into a coma. Please visit her online at www.ShellyLaurenston.com. 


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  • (3/5)
    This review first appeared on A Weebish Book Blog.I have to say, GO FETCH! is my least favorite Laurenston novel. In fact, I believe it’s also the lowest I’ve ever rated one of her books. Why didn’t I enjoy this Magnus Pack sequel? Miki. She ruined this book for me.Danger is stirring for the Magnus Pack, so when Miki Kendrick much travel to give her dissertation and finally get her doctorate, Conan Víga-Feilan—descendant of Viking shifters and Zach Sheridan’s right hand wolf—decides to tag along. How much trouble could one tiny human female get up to? It’s not long before he starts to realize—as much as possible.I am so not a Miki Kendrick fan. It’s a real bummer, because I usually love a heroine with brains as well as brawns. Plus, she’s a bookworm! How could I not share a kindred spirit with such a character? Turns out, easily when her big mouth always gets the people around her into hot water. I also dislike how she treats Conan, the blond, goofy, adorable, Viking alpha male of my dreams. Sigh.Oh well. You win some, you lose some. Not every book will work for you, even if you’re an awesome sauce PNR writer such as Shelly Laurenston.
  • (4/5)
    I do go through phases of what I like to read within the romance genre (scottish, vampires, virgin heroines, tough ladies...), so maybe my opinion will change, but I am loving this series! Lots of hot aggressive sex, tough-ass heroine, adorable and giant hero. Funny dialogue. I'm burning through these books. Definitely not Nobel material, it's a fun if not deep read.
  • (3/5)
    A genius with a very foul mouth and a nordic god when combined it became too hilarious for words.
  • (5/5)
    An absolutely brilliant sequel to Pack Challenge. It's intelligent, funny (my ribs are sore from laughing so hard) and incredibly sweet without being overly so.

    Miki is shockingly honest with no filter between her brain and her mouth but she's ball-bustingly tough (scary tough) and Mensa-smart so she's great to have in an impossible situation. Her geek friends are also scary, they may be wimpy in appearance but they sure can ruin your life if you get on their bad side. You gotta love 'em for their bravery in threatening Connall to take good care of Miki.

    Connall was amazing, he didn't take Miki's comments too much to heart, he played her games and accepted all of her unwitting challenges. He pursued her with kind of determination you have to respect, only a brave man like him had the balls (and the willingness to lose them) to take on Miki. Whereas Miki is all work, Connall is all play so they made a wonderful match.

    There are so many ROTFL moments that this is most definitely a keeper to read on dark days to cheer me up.
  • (5/5)
    Stayed up late again last night to finish "GO Fetch" by Shelly Laurenston. This is the second book in her 'Magnus Pack' series and it's just as erotic and humorous as the first one. If there's one thing I can't resist, it's an author that can combine hot sex and humor WELL. Shelly Laurenston seems to have the knack and as a result, her books seems to find their way to my keeper shelf with regularity.Conall hasn't been able to get the short, nasty-tempered friend of his Alpha's new mate out of his head. He's spent so much time in the shower trying to take care of his problem that his Alpha is complaining about the water bill! So when said female appears to be in danger, well...Conall decides she needs her own guard wolf.Miki is a genius who can't NOT think. She learned her lesson about love very early in life and decided it just wasn't for her. And the whole sex thing too...who needs it? Now if she could just quit thinking about the Viking shapeshifter. I mean he's like, twice her size...and really really hot...and he won't stay out of her dreams!These two are a riot. She keeps trying to drive him away, and he just won't bite (hahahaha). The sex is smoking, the plot is a continuation of the first book even though you don't need to read it to be able to follow. But I think that if you read this one, you'll want the first one and "Here, Kitty, Kitty" which will be reprinted in May09.
  • (4/5)
    I don't know how Shelly Laurenston does it. I could summarize her stories in half a paragraph, there seems so little plot, and yet, the pages rapidly move flit by. I like her women; they are so crazy that even the craziest of the wolves back away slowly - that Miki is a human seems scarcely to matter; she's more wolf than the best of them. And she sees Conall for what he is, a Viking pretending to be a teddy bear. They have such great sexual tension and she's so mean to him. It's funny, and energetic, and you can see what each of them brings to the party, and the odd relationship just works. I'm always happy to spend time with the Magnus wolves but this was an especial favorite. An erotically charged romp. Highly recommended.
  • (4/5)
    I liked it. It was funny, they had chemistry. The only problem was the story didn't hold me to it and I kept putting it down and coming back to it. Every time I did come back to it, I enjoyed it and thought the female was smart and sassy and the male sexy. Still the story did not hold me and I put it down at least 4 times and it took 3 weeks to finish. After finishing, I still think the characters were good together and the book was fun, but I still don't understand the background attacks and why they were occurring. I think if I was ready for a shape shifting romance with a bunch of erotica, I would've finished it sooner.
  • (5/5)
    I can't get enough of how refreshing this series is with all its dry humour and sexiness off the freaking charts. The relationship between Miki and Conall has been cooking since book one and it paid off to wait for their book to get the full story. They were hilarious together, but no without some sizzling chemistry and romance too. Pretty cool!
  • (5/5)
    I enjoyed this humorous shifters story with a strong female and male wolf who must have his mate .... lots of hot sex and graphic language. Viking wolf shifter descendent Conall meets petite Miki who has an IQ off the charts.
  • (2/5)
    Did not really buy either Miki giving in to "dating" Conoll, not his "secret wolf". Also hate that so much "important" stuff happens as a result of sleep sex. That's essentially the author saying "Yeah, I don't know how to get these two together either." That being said, as funny and violent as I could have hoped for.
  • (4/5)
    Wish they had all of the books in the story.