Sunday, July 14, 2013

Kept (Coveted #2) by Shawntelle Madison

Natalya is still trying to get her life together. She's learning to manage her OCD but is still heartbroken that Thorn is engaged to someone else and that she can't seem to move on. Not even with Nick her handsome OCD wizard friend because she just can't let Thorn go. 

Freshly back from defending her pack in Coveted ( book # 1 ) Natalya has the upcoming trials to rejoin the pack. 

She has finally regained the respect of her family and yearns to also regain the respect of her pack. She needs to focus on her training, but there bigger problems than Natalya' s love life at stake here. Her father is suddenly missing, captured by the Russian werewolf mafia. Now Nat sets off to rescue him no matter the costs. 

 I really enjoyed Kept! Although I liked the first book in the series "Coveted" as well, Kept was a much better story for me. Natalya finally starts calling the shots and taking control of her life, finding her strengths and refusing to quit. I love that she's not perfect. She has things she battles with everyday but she loves her family and her friends so she doesn't quit and she fights with all she has. 

Now that's exactly the kind of heroine I look for in a great story! 

Kept has werewolves ( among other supernatural creatures ) , a complicated romance or two, and lots of action. I would recommend it for fans of paranormal romance or urban fantasy with some action. It is the second book in the Coveted series by Shawntelle Madison. It can be read alone but I think you would get more from the story if you read book one first ( there's even a prequel "Collected" ). 

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  April

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