Fated to Love (Fated Series Book 1)

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Fated to Love (Fated Series Book 1)

Fated to Love (Fated Series Book 1)

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The heroines range from my fav Elnore the final boss to the hero Elijah (who is super sweet and eventually turns yandere too much to Daud's dismay) to Yuria (who is like a small puppy you just wanna hug and has a really cool skill that makes people not come into contact with her but do you think thats gonna stop our boy Daud despite the fact it might kill him?

Jennie: I think it’s evidence that you’re engaged, so Singh is obviously doing something right for you. Within the tumultuous world of the Moore family, Charles Moore’s decision to marry against their wishes set the stage for a complex love story.But that’s not dominance as defined in Singh’s world, not as expressed by changeling males who are the default in this arena. I can tell that a female character is in fact female without needing that adjective to reassure me of her femininity. I felt it was a significant inconsistency because I recently reread some of the early books and in that part of the series, it took a long time for trust to be gained between the packs. At times I found Riaz and Adria’s relationship a touch bittersweet, but I loved the way the conflict in that relationship was resolved. Janine: Some aspects of the series do feel unbalanced to me as well, and yet, I also think the tension these issues create in readers are part and parcel of what makes these books so readable.

Janine: This was a pretty epic problem and although I was annoyed with Riaz’s treatment of Adria early on, I could feel for him because his physical response to Adria was a betrayal of the mate his wolf had chosen. I remember reading those scenes with Sienna–who never had a childhood–and her friends, just being young adults and having a good time dancing and hanging out, and feeling so sad for her that that was essentially going to end because she was going to be and alpha’s mate. I am not saying that one couldn’t be written in such a way that it’d work for me, but in general I find it a turn-off. You could argue that he's afraid of them but it's not consistent considering he had shown determination to really save the world. However, the process is anything but smooth, leaving Scarlett confused and torn between her emotions and the consequences of Charles’ indecision.Janine: Agreed – I liked that Adria wasn’t his mate, but it did make her feel like a second fiddle at times. I actually remember most of them pretty easily, which to my mind is evidence that Singh is doing something right. And later down the story he gets one of my fav side characters ever as a companion and his banter with him is so funny.

Jennie: Adria just got out of a bad relationship and she is not looking for a new partner; a lone wolf like Riaz seems like a particularly bad bet. I saw their relationship as a healing (and equal) exchange – each was the other’s way of putting the past heartache to rest, regardless of the nature of that heartache.

It’s hard to compare to Kiss of Snow and Archangel’s Blade, but I still thought this was a really good, strong book. He literally has a system that tells time that the last boss is in love with him, but wonders why her reaction is strange when he invites her to an expensive restaurant and doesn't clarify he wants her to watch his back against another boss.

Similarly, I can’t imagine that sentence reading “ Her dominance was staggering, demanding his wolf’s absolute attention.He gets constantly thrown in dangerous situations that involve the FMCs that are both absolutely crazy in their own ways and associated with a demon each (almost eldritch horrors ngl), making them fall for him through both his actions and personality. I will say, my first immediate thought was that she did that to justify sticking them in the story in the first place.

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