Living in the bugpocalypse.
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏🌎
Character development: ☹️😳🥺☺️🥰
The heroine: Meghan – she came from the same group that Nikki from Rescued by the Hunter. That para-military group doesn’t want to give up the women because they use them for cooking, cleaning and other, more sinister activities. They had taken the women’s shoes so if they tried to escape, they would have to do so barefoot. Though Meghan didn’t care and escaped without their shoes. She is now staying with the New Franklin survivors contingent of humans.
The Hero: Mal’k – he is obsessed with Meghan and keeps sniffing her because he knows that she is his mate. However, he sees that she is wary of him and he can smell her fear. His chest starts rumbling whenever she is near.
The Story: Meghan is afraid of all the hunters including Mal’k. She nearly fainted when he smiled at her with his sharp, pointed teeth. She tried to stay away from him and did her best to keep from being alone with him. He can’t understand why she is so afraid of him and Meghan locks up whenever he is near.
Like the rest of the series, this book was told in dual points of view via dual narration. Troy Duran and Keira Stevens do the narration and along with the good storylines, and world building are a big part of why I bought every audiobook in this series. I love Troy’s deep clear voice and Keira sounds young and is great at showing emotions through her voice.
The continuing story of the bugpocalypse was good. In this one the two main characters and the rest of the survivors of New Franklin have moved closer to the compound where the Xarc’n warriors and their mates live. They were fighting against the para-military group and also within their group there were some that were against the hunters and were causing dissidence within the group.
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