Strategic Vulnerability by Mandy M. Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Fae-Rat baby power!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 🐀🧚🐁🧚🐭
The heroine: Kimberly – She is in grad school and on a trip to the rainforest with her professor and some other students to study the flora and fauna of the region. She keeps the fact that she is part Fae from those around her. He father is a full Fae male and she doesn’t know anything about her mother but suspects she was not Fae and that caused problems with the Fae community which is why she has been kept separate from them.
The Hero: Wilson – works for the Immortal Ops, he has been captured and is in a secret facility deep in the Amazon Rainforest in Brasíl. He has been tortured and experimented on and he is a rat shifter with a few other animals DNA in the mix.
The Story: Kim is captured by the same people holding Wilson and put in a cell with him after waking up weeks later. They find that they are probably mates and the people holding them are testing the possibility. Kim finds out that the evil doctor Krause had impregnated Kim in the Lab and was planning to kill Wilson.
This story went by pretty quickly though I enjoyed the story. Once rescued Kim’s father has problems with her being mated to a shifter and there are a bunch of things in their way. The book was told in dual points of view and narrated by a single male narrator, D.C. Cole. Points removed in the narration for not having two narrators and not having duet narration (where the male does the male parts and female does the female parts in every chapter).
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