[Ebook] ➠ Shy (Once Bitten, Twice Shy, #2) By Noelle Marie – Dailytradenews.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Shy (Once Bitten, Twice Shy, #2)

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this sequel I adore Bastian and Katherine was very resilient as a main character The ragtag group of friends was a bonus There were some twists that I never saw coming This book was a great follow up to book one Five glittery stars


  2. says:

    Well let s begin Our dear Katherine is recovering from her 2nd or maybe 3rd kidnapping that ended book one Bastian is now the alpha, even though he is eighteen I wouldn t let an eighteen year old run anything, but since this is ya I guess it will fly Katherine s birthday comes and her pack gives her a surprise party Most people would be happy about that, but this is the moment Katherine realizes that she will never spend another birthday with her parents So naturally she runs away and cry and makes nice people feel like crap Way to go Katherine Katherine later overhears the news I ve been waiting for her to learn since book one Her parents survived the attack at her initial kidnapping Bastian and his pack lied to her Katherine has an appropriate reaction Let me go I don t need to listen to a damn word you have to say and if he even dares to try and justify this, I ll pop him one straight in his dirty lying mouth You go girl And go she does She steals a SUV and hauls it back to America Unfortunately she did not steal money, her identity, or even shoes Gas runs out so naturally she hitchhikes The biggest surprise of this book is the trucker is a woman, so there is no raping or kidnapping Katherine makes it home She is somehow surprised when her parents ask her where she has been for the past six months I have no idea how long it takes to get from Canada to Iowa, but you would think she would have thought of something better than amnesia Her parents are delighted to have her back Her sister Sam and brother in law Chad have stayed with her parents Clearly Chad is a pervert and tries to rape Katherine Bastian shows up and nearly kills him and then her parents walk in By this point she s forgiven Bastian and tells her dad she s a werewolf before she disappears to Canada Again Things haven t changed in Canada No one really realized Katherine was gone You would think they would notice the decrease in amber alerts Katherine goes to a club with the girls, proceeds to get assaulted Then she gets kidnapped, there s attempted rape, and Bastian saves the day He gets shot, but don t worry he gets better This book likes to have big reveals in flashback format It s a bit jarring Also there is awkward wording Reflective glass aka a window But the editors notes are still in there and it makes me happy to see I m not the only one with problems with this book On to book three 2.5 stars


  3. says:

    I didn t even want to read the second book to this series but then I just gave in to temptation and well I don t regret it


  4. says:

    Story was interesting and moved alone at a nice pace Picked up where the last one left off.Skipped over embarrassing parts.Narrator Sarah Mollo Christensen does a fairly nice job.Really like her male voice for Bastian.Not Clean, Foul Language.


  5. says:

    This small brunette cannot stand listening to another second of this book I read the first and was truly disappointing but as it ended on a cliff hanger I thought I would listen to the second audiobook and it ended up completely ignoring the main issues you would expect the protagonist deal with after the ending of the first novel spoiler i.e her friend setting her up to die and her would be love interest s uncle attacking her she basically wakes up and is immediately preoccupied by her lack of sex life rather than by the betrayal she underwent, the leap in her and the now head of all the werewolves relationship and the fact she has not tried to look up what happened to her family this novel is absurd, lacking in plot, a worthwhile protagonist, and most of all in good writing, or so thinks this brunette


  6. says:

    One of the best book series I ve read in a very long time Love this author and her work She knows exactly how to capture her readers in her books with great romance, drama, action and best of all awesome views of werewolves Made a promise to myself that I will read every book Noelle Marie publishes and I have All I can say is that she does not disappoint, quite the opposite It only gets better and better


  7. says:

    The editing issues were even worse in this book than in the last There were a lot of annoying things the mc did, constantly proving what a petulant child she can bebut the story had its shining moments, in regards to family, friendship, parenting, and relationships Overall, it was a quick read and for the most part, I enjoyed the adventure.


  8. says:

    I didn t like this as much as book 1 I found that, again, Katherine jumps to conclusions and acts dramatic for the sake of the author trying to create pointless drama If I found out my parents were still alive and I was being lied to, yes of course I would be mad, but if I actually loved or deeply cared for the guy, I think I would hear him out I suppose his selfish reason wouldn t have been good enough, but still to give it a chance Maybe she was still in danger and he was waiting for it to pass She didn t know because she took off And for weeks too The man she loves, the pack she s part of, the werewolf world she s now a part ofgone just like that Goes back to thinkingwhat She can get back to her human life But when there, complains that she s there again and her parents are being too overbearing I actually don t know why the author created this so her parents were still alive When reading this part, I suspected she d get annoyed, miss Bastian, and just leave It didn t end like that and ended in a slightly different way, but still The whole chunk of the book would have been drama created that served no purpose Whether her parents were alive or dead, the book carries on the same In fact, at least when they were dead, she was sad at times and it was a bit realistic Also, even though this is 3rd person, it s still her perspective So when with her parents, there is no need for the narrator to call them by their first names Her mom her dad would suffice Even when Bastian is apologizing, for some reason she wants life to be perfect in that moment As if she didn t just abandon him without words for weeks What does she expect from him Once they get back to Canada the book got much better Life moved on for them They are officially together I just won t give details on this I had no complaints about the rest of the book and really enjoyed reading it, especially the overly protective Bastian moments.


  9. says:

    This book pretty much picks up where the first leaves off, and as Katherine starts to get acquainted in her new life with the pack, learning their ways, enrolled in their school and survives her first transformation things get a bit interesting as she continually manages to get herself in trouble, by either escaping, lying, going against the rules and defying her alpha The girl has a penchant for trouble and getting herself almost killed She finds out Bastian has lied about her parents being dead, and this causes her to retaliate by running off, without money or shoes to go back to her parents smh.I think the story is good, the characters are strong and well developed, but Katherine our main character is just. well if she were a real person is whiny, always quick to judge, never recognizing her faults, hard headed would be the understatement of the millennia Totally defying things she doesn t understand and putting everyone at risk with her stupidity.things i don t like about the writing the overuse of the word HOWEVER practically in every paragraph The fact that in every chapter she is taking a shower or bath and washing her hair at least 10 times in a chapter is very annoying God, please, if I had to read about any hot showers or steaming baths, the unscented soaps or the fragrant shampoosi would go mad


  10. says:

    This book, the sequel to Bitten, was a disappointment on so many levels Katherine and Zane are very immature Their relationship isn t all that convincing and the drama which constantly unfolds seems stilted and contrived The plot is lackluster and while I don t mind a book where you can guess what s going to happen next, it still should be enjoyable or what s the point The world building and rules, created by the arthur, seem to be thrown out the window when it comes to Katherine, which makes the book even ridiculous It s also hard to overlook all the fights the leading lady gets into and yet finds herself helpless even though at least half of the book 1 was about her learning to fight I found Katherine to be selfish, inconsiderate, self absorbed, silly and stupid.Nothing on this planet will make me purchase book 3.


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