All original content is owned by Akira Toriyama and his affiliates. As night falls across a vast part of the world, many people finally rest easy after the weeks of living in terror from the monster known as Cell. They sleep peacefully with the knowledge that a man by the name of Hercule Satan was the bringer of Cell's downfall. The day had been filled with mixed emotions for them all.
Someone is hunting her—a huge man with glowing blue eyes is lingering on the edges of her vision. Every time Kate sees him her pulse races and fear grips her.
Rone is a Wulven Kindred—feared and shunned even by others of the Kindred race. For the Wulven carry a Beast inside them that will kill anyone unlucky enough to be near when it emerges. Rone once had such a mate—before she was snatched away.
Not only that, but his mere presence engenders a panic response in the woman who once loved him.
Worse, his Beast no longer acknowledges her as his mated female. But in order to tame the Beast, Kate must take a terrible risk…one that may end in her death. Will she be able to control her fear and face the danger that lives inside her mate or will Rone remain forever…Forgotten? I have read several of Evangeline Anderson books and have read every book in this series.
This book can be read as a standalone. Evangeline Anderson is an amazing author. With each book you will see so much creativity in her work.
I can not pick one Kindred I find my favorite because I love all my Kindred men. Each one has their own talent on pleasing a woman. I do have to say that I totally fell in love with the Wulven Kindred.
We were introduced to Kate in the Kindred Bride Book What I got out of her from the previous book was she was this strong, beautiful, curvy, brave, confident woman, not much scared her, and truly in love with her mate Rone. She had been kidnapped and memories erased by the scum bag Dark Kindred Two.
He is an unwilling puppet. Back to Kate, we see a different Kate in this book. It was like some of the confidents she had was stripped away. Kate has a past that makes her the way she is, sorry will have to read the book to find out what was in her past that caused some of her fears.
You still see some of the strength in this story with Kate. It took strength to pull your life together with a huge gap of memory missing.
You even still see a small amount of her bravery and courage as well. OMG, I so fell in love with Rone. He is this Wulven Kindred.
He has this beast that lives within him and has to be very careful not to let it free. It was like a piece of him was ripped away when Kate was taken away from him. I love how Commander Sylvan was able to relate to Rone, since he had been in a similar circumstance. I think Rone really need to know that someone knew what he was feeling.
It has been 6 long months since he has been with Kate.Forgotten is one of those books that oddly enough, you won't ever forget. There's a lot of meaning to it and I found the premise really intriguing to say the least.
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Let us see the story unfold in a different way from before where things that were forgotten resurface, things that were ignored bring consequences, and things that would have been in other universes now altered.
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Aug 17, · Friday's Forgotten Book: DARKNESS AT PEMBERLEY () by T.H. White I was familiar with White only as the author of THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING and other Arthurian books and such, but never even suspected he'd written a good old rip-roaring mystery - one I instantly fell in love with and hated to see end.
(I even slowed down my Author: in so many words.