Stormy Eyes

  • Title: Stormy Eyes
  • Author: Lynn Hagen
  • ISBN: 9781610343237
  • Page: 201
  • Format: ebook
  • Stormy Eyes Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance M M werewolves When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha he doesn t expect to discover two young Asian men h
    362 Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha, he doesn t expect to discover two young Asian men hiding on a boat in fear for their lives He definitely isn t expecting one of them to be his mate.After encountering the young men s captors, the alpha devises a plan to re 362 Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha, he doesn t expect to discover two young Asian men hiding on a boat in fear for their lives He definitely isn t expecting one of them to be his mate.After encountering the young men s captors, the alpha devises a plan to rescue the three other men who were kidnapped along with his mate, Kyoshi, and Kyoshi s cousin, Keata, and the pack must band together to curtail a human trafficking ring before any innocent lives are ruined.In the meantime, Kyoshi must come to terms with his new life Storm searches for a way to convince the cynical human they re destined to love each other, but something lurking deep inside Kyoshi is forcing its way out Are these two as different as they believe, or can they find a way to share their lives Note Each book in Lynn Hagen s Brac Pack collection features a different romantic couple Each title stands alone and can be read in any order However, we recommend reading the series in sequential order.

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    1. Lynn Hagen loves writing about the somewhat flawed, but lovable She also loves a hero who can see past all the rough edges to find the shining diamond of a beautiful heart.You can find her on any given day curled up with her laptop and a cup of hot java, letting the next set of characters tell their story.


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    1. This has been my least favorite in this series.I have really enjoyed the series so far but this one? Something really bothered me. I am seeing a weird trend with the 5 mates. They are all really young (18-19 mostly) and they are all immature as hell with two of them being almost child-like. They are all also very tiny and they giggle and act like, God I don't want to say this, girls. I guess I just feel like I am reading a m/f book with a heroine that I don't really like. And in this book two of [...]

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    2. This was book 5 in the "Brac Pack" series. When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha, he doesn't expect to discover two young Asian men hiding on a boat in fear for their lives and he didn't expect for one of them to be his mate. Kyoshi, and his cousin Keata were kidnapped from his home country of Japan they were put into a boxcar and shipped to the US to be sold as sex slaves. When Storm shows up he is leery of him at first but he trust him. This was a book and Keata is funny and f [...]

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    3. I just finished this one in the Brac Pack series and I'll be honest, Kyoshi is not my favourite of the mates. He is quite proud, cynical, suspective, trusting nobody, always thinking the worst. And maybe he has all the right to be like that. Being kidnapped and brought to a country you don't know, will not give you a safe feeling. I really felt sorry, but I couldn't really warm up. Keata, Kyoshi's cousin, however, was just a doll so sweet and innocent loved him made me laugh aloud. Neverthele [...]

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    4. Alternative title: Journey into the dark realm of stereotypesYou really have to ask yourself what the author was thinking when she wrote this. Her stories always had a creepy factor with her werewolves being so much older than their human mates, even if they would not be living much longer than humans, but with this we have entered the realm of ethnic stereotyping. In both directions I might add. In the first four books you could have said it has nothing to do with ethnic stereotyping since all [...]

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    5. Alright, let's see where to start here. Okay. I'll start with my general infuriation with Lynn Hagen and this goddamn series first, then move on from there. This is gonna be long.Hagen is not one of my favorite authors, I will admit that now. But somehow this damn series has captured my attention and I can't put the damn books down. I've been shooting off one after another and each of them give me a headache but I CANNOT stop reading.Editing. Seriously. With as many books as you put out, don't y [...]

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    6. Ended too quickly :( Yes, I wanted more, have to wait another week! If you thought the mates could get into trouble before, just wait now their are 2 more to add to the mix. Kyoshi’s and his lovable mischief cousin Keata.Don't be surprise if you laugh out loud. Definitely one that goes in my re-read folder, for when I want a good laugh. Would definitely recommend it!Roger That! (Keata's saying.)

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    7. The review for this series will be identical for each book. Fated mates, hurt/comfort, shifters, sexy men and scorching hot heat.

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    8. 2011 Review:’Kay, so I read book 4-6 in the series and have come to the conclusion that these are better read all in a row. It’s really much more like one continuous story that just highlights different people at times. If you keep in mind my caveat about the lack of continuity it’s actually not so bad to read. Well, and you have to lower your expectations and completely throw disbelief out of the window.Sure, lots of stuff is stupid and the pattern is repetitive but eh. What annoys me mos [...]

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    9. Ms. Hagen has written another extraordinary edition to her Brac Pack series with Stormy Eyes. She dives right into human trafficking and what it has done to two young Japanese men. In the process of telling this story she also plants seeds for future stories for other members of this pack and the neighboring pack as well. Kyoshi has been taken from the only home he has ever known with his younger cousin in tow and shipped to America. They were kidnapped to be sold into prostitution. From there t [...]

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    10. In this series, a “warrior” – a wolf shifter who is almost always super alpha and super huge- finds a “mate” – usually much smaller and quirky – and then proceeds to have some kind of adventure.In this case, Storm finds and mates the feisty Kyoshi. Storm is all wolf but has mage blood in his lineage so his eyes change colors. Kyoshi is a rescue from a sex slave ship, tiny, spunky and full of protectiveness for his cousin Keata.Kyoshi and Keata have some pretty exciting reveals comi [...]

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    11. Japanese men kidnapped and thrown to the wolves1.5 stars (rounded up because I enjoyed the earlier entries in the series more)It seems to me the "mates" are more immature than ever in this entry in the series. It deepens the stereotypes and increases the vast chasm between old Alpha male shifters and their (mostly) human, small, young, and often extraordinarily immature mates.Up until now, one could justify the juvenile behavior by pointing towards some kind of trauma or condition of each mate, [...]

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    12. This is the summary off the back of the book.When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha, he doesn't expect to discover two young Asian men hiding on a boat in fear for their lives. He definitely isn't expecting one of them to be his mate. After encountering the young men's captors, the alpha devises a plan to rescue the three other men who were kidnapped along with his mate, Kyoshi, and Kyoshi's cousin, Keata, and the pack must band together to curtail a human trafficking ring before [...]

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    13. I liked Kyoshi and Storm's story. Slave trade and human trafficking are touched upon, but aren't the focus of the story as much as Kyoshi's reactions to his kidnapping. How he and Storm deal with the situation makes up the central part of this short book.Kyoshi is a fighter at heart. Even though he's not very tall, he knows how to stand up for himself and his cousin, Keata. I liked his spirit and focus; letting go of being overprotective of his younger cousin wasn't easy, and I have a feeling Ky [...]

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    14. Well, I delved into the Bracverse a 2nd time and now there are 121 books - yikes! I loved this Universe the first time I read it several years ago and now I love it more, I really do, but I've only been able to read these series (and I have expanded to all the books that are currently out in each):Brac PackChristian's CovenZeus's PackDemon WarriorsThe ExiledThese are the series that start the Universe. Reading them in order is a must. Each book has it's own love story but there is an underlying [...]

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    15. typical lynn hagen serial romance. nothing fantastic, nothing so bad it can't be finished. what is typical lynn hagen? imagine a shorter harlequin romance but with no t&a (see, i was going to write no surprise pregnancies, but yeah.). out of sheer laziness, i will be using this as my template for all books by :lynn hagenstormy glennscarlett hyacinthcarol lynnegabrielle evansunless otherwise noted. i'd apologize, but i'm not sorry. i figure it's about as much time as they put into their books [...]

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    16. I have to say that Lynn Hagen is one my favorite authors of all time!! When I first bought my Nook, I saw her books advertised, but always put off reading them, then I purchased Maverick's Mate and I've been hooked ever since!! I have now read every single book Lynn has written and eagerly await and devour any thing that she writes!! I have even repurchased ALL of her books when I moved from the Nook to the Kindle!! Thank you Lynn for providing me with so many hours of enjoyment and pleasure!! Y [...]

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    17. The Brac Pack pulls you in and warms your heart; a great little afternoon delight. Every one of these big beautiful men have hearts of gold, not only for their own mates, but everyone included within the pack. It is a pleasure to read their triumphs as well as their trials, and though this is a series, each one can be enjoyed separately. Storm and Kyoshi are a close favorite of mine to Kota and Blair’s story, but I am sure you will find all of them equally satisfying.LototyReviewer for Coffee [...]

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    18. 4th Reading 1-2-16Yep, still agree with how I hated Kyoshi's treatment of Keata. :(3rd Reading 1-2-15Still hated how Kyoshi was with Keata. Poor guy :(2nd Read on 6-2-14Stormy Eyes and Kyoshi. I didn't really like Kyoshi all that much. Could I blame him for being a dick after what he went through? No, but COME ON! Enough is enough, already. First read on 11-5-13

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    19. I love the Brac Pack! I thought Kyoshi and Storm's story was great. I actually really liked Kyoshi, he was a little more reserved than the others but I felt he fit right in with the rest of them. He was more mature but very open to affection considering what he had been through. The interactions between all of the characters makes the series a lot fun. It's a quick, quirky read and I can't wait for Keata and Cody's story, Kyoshi's cousin was adorable.

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    20. Not my favourite in the series. I liked Storm a lot but Kyoshi not so much. He's just a little too cynical and uptight for me. I know he's been through a lot but I just never warmed up to him. It's funny though that I gave my lowest rating in the series to the first book but now Maverick and Cecil are one of my fave couples.

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    21. Kyoshi and Storm continue a bit of a trend in these books of the mates being more "submissive" and the wolves being more dominant-which is a bit surprising given Kyoshi's initial characterization. I did enjoy this book because we got a glimpse into Storm's past and I liked finding out his story and I do like the idea of more than one type of shifter as well.

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    22. Oh this book had a pretty sad tint to it. Kyoshi and Keata were kidnapped off the streets in their own country of Japan, loaded into a shipping container and sent to America to be sex slaves. Luckily for them they escaped after being released from the container but its still a reality that happens in this world.I enjoyed Storm and Kyoshi's love story. It was very sweet.

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    23. Kyoshi and Storm continue a bit of a trend in these books of the mates being more "submissive" and the wolves being more dominant-which is a bit surprising given Kyoshi's initial characterization. I did enjoy this book because we got a glimpse into Storm's past and I liked finding out his story and I do like the idea of more than one type of shifter as well.

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    24. I enjoyed this installment as well. Not quite as well as the previous ones. Still enjoyed it and will keep reading4/2015 reread of entire Brac Pack, Zeus's Pack, Demon Warriors series. Up thru BP19, ZP22, DW 1

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    25. Segunda lectura: 09/2017Primera lectura: 01/2017

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    26. Love the Mates so funny! Cecil is a trip.

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    27. Originally read in 2012

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    28. See for series review.

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    29. The story was funny and enjoyable.

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