Reviews for A Mate Among the Enemy (MFM)

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12 Ratings
Avg - 3.75

Have read many good books by Ms. Monroe but I have to say I did not care for this one at all. This was the 1st book I've read in this particular series and there were a few places in the story that I didn't get (the Sylphies) but overall I was able to easily follow the story. The problem was the the characters were just so...BORING. Evan and Lee were just there. They came off as slightly whiny and boring. They weren't active characters, they didn't come across as particularly strong or alpha-male types. Shay was slightly more interesting but like the heroes, not very dynamic (until perhaps the very end). There were endless chapters of the heroes and heroine apart, with the men doing surveillance and Shay doing the same (sort of). When they finally came together as mates, it was discussed calmly and rationally and boringly. Shay pretty much accepted the heroes and situation easily. There was NO interesting conflict or drama--even Shay's horrible family wasn't written with any sense of danger or suspense. They seemed inept. So, this was a disappointing read. Can't recommend this book and don't think I'll read other books in the series unfortunately.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 05/07/2017)
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