Thursday, September 29, 2016

Beautiful Mistake (Royal Pride #2) by Nancy Corrigan




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A tortured man...A fearless woman...A mistake that'll change their lives forever.

Three centuries ago, Devin Moore sacrificed his sanity to save his sister. Every day since is spent in a constant battle of wills with the three crazed cats--lion, tiger and jaguar--he houses. Keeping his shattered mind together has taken its toll, destroying any hope of having a family, but he can't turn his back on innocents in need.

When information on his pride's missing child reaches him, he rushes to bring her home. But the rescue mission goes horribly wrong. Lena, the human female who turns herself into bait in order to protect the little girl, is wounded and struggling to survive.

In a desperate act, he saves Lena. But it doesn't erase his past mistakes. And for a broken man who's finally offered hope, there's only one thing left to do--prove his worth. The only problem? He'll never be whole. Or sane. But maybe...just maybe...even the damned can find peace.




I’m the odd man out on this one. I can see that why a lot of readers loved and enjoyed this book but for me it was just too frustrating. For me there was no chemistry whatsoever between the main characters.
The Alexander Pride is on the hunt for Megan’s twin sister Molly. Devin is looking for her as he understands kids what they have been through. They have a lead but they walk in to a trap. They follow a woman and catch with consequences.
I’m the last person to say that sex isn’t necessary in a book but these two just spent too much time fixated on one another and not on the overall plot.
I’m really bummed that I didn’t like this book and I’m really sorry Ms. Corrigan for the somewhat bad review.
Book received in exchange for a honest review.