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Thursday, December 19

Review: Britton (The Awakening #3) by Abby Niles

Title: Britton
By: Abby Niles
Series: The Awakening
My Copy: Ebook from Netgalley
BookWhisperer's Rating: 

"I would lick that man up one side and down the other."

Half-shifter and lead SPAC agent, Val Calhoun, has listened to women gush over the Don Juan of the precinct for the last four years. Yeah, Detective Britton Townsend is hot and has stunning blue eyes, but that foul mouth he saves only for her? What a waste of good looks. And no way does Val want that mouth anywhere near hers.

When the shifter community is threatened, Val is assigned to the case…and fails. So the High Council turns to the rogue shifter they'd sentenced to twenty years as a human--that same obnoxiously sexy Detective Townsend. And sends the two arch-enemies deep into the North Carolina Mountains-—together, and alone.

Being stuck in a tiny honeymoon cabin with Miss Castration and only one bed is definitely not Britton's idea of a good time. But the High Council doesn’t take no for an answer. After his shifter abilities are restored, Brit is once again susceptible to the dreaded, irreversible bonding instinct, the Drall. Thankfully, all he’s ever felt for Val is intense loathing, no reason to worry. Right? All he has to do is solve this case pronto, and he can go back to his footloose Casanova ways. That is, if they don’t kill each other first. Or worse...fall in love.

I started this series with this book and I have a feeling that I have missed some background stories that might have explained some of my tiny confusion, so don’t be like me, read the series in order!

With that being said, I wasn’t terribly lost in the plot line or the characters, I think.  I guess I will have to read books one and two to absolutely confirm that.  Anyways, I liked everything about this book.  I found that I enjoyed the characters Val and Britton and their immense hatred for each other.  The plot line kept me intrigued and guessing. However, I would have to say that my favorite thing was at the end; I was about to lose my cool right along with Val.  Talk about metaphorically ripping someone’s heart out.  Oh, what they both must have gone through and felt like during this time made me extremely mad at the council. I won't say any more.  I just want you to read it and then sympathize with me. 

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