Oliver's Heart

  • Title: Oliver's Heart
  • Author: Lynn Hagen
  • ISBN: 9781610343213
  • Page: 296
  • Format: ebook
  • Oliver s Heart Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance M M werewolves Micah Barak rescued his mate from the clutches of his abusive father but Oliver was too young to claim As
    368 Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves Micah Barak rescued his mate from the clutches of his abusive father, but Oliver was too young to claim As Oliver lashed out at everyone around him, Micah was determined to protect him, reminding the pack of their mates own shortcomings.Now eighteen, lonely, and desperate, Oli 368 Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves Micah Barak rescued his mate from the clutches of his abusive father, but Oliver was too young to claim As Oliver lashed out at everyone around him, Micah was determined to protect him, reminding the pack of their mates own shortcomings.Now eighteen, lonely, and desperate, Oliver is trying to give up the hatred that s long claimed him He longs for Micah s heart and body, but will his old ways let him truly open himself up to love One night, driving home, they re run off the road by wolves out to kill Oliver for thwarting the violent attempts of the Eastern pack s ex alpha, Jackson Oliver, so used to being defiant, is now a target of rogues with no sense of playing by the rules.Will Micah finally claim Oliver if he can keep him alive or has the young man s bitterness gouged a hole too deep 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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    About Lynn Hagen


    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 was book 6 in the "Brac Pack"series. Micah Barak rescued his mate from the clutches of his abusive father, but Oliver was too young to claim. Oliver is mean to everyone and saying hurtful things because he is hurting about the things his father did to him. After turning 18 Micah is not sure if Oliver is ready to be claimed Oliver wants to be loved and accepted not only by Micah but also by the other mates. When they first went and got Oliver I didn't like him he was a punk kid and I knew wh [...]

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    2. Oliver Weston is angry young man with good reason. He is dealing with being sexually abused by his father and also feeling abandoned by his older brother Blair. Oliver has lived a long life for someone so young and his anger is understandable. Oliver is a complicated character, he knows once he’s rescued by the Brac pack that it’s for the best and a chance to live a normal life, but he can’t get past the years of abuse. Oliver was introduced in book three of this series and we are made awa [...]

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    3. 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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    4. I wasn't actually too excited about reading Oliver's story. I felt for him, considering what he'd been through with his father, but his and Micah's story wasn't the reason I was looking forward to this book. Rather, it was because of the Pack in general. I love their dynamics and the way they look after each other and I have a perpetual smile on my face while reading this series. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I enjoyed the love story as well. Oliver finally came out of his she [...]

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    5. This story was one I was really curious to read. In previous books, it had become clear that Micah was amazingly patient in putting up with Oliver's temper; he also suffered a lot because Oliver was too young to claim when the pack rescued him. Oliver was a character who constantly lashed out at everyone, one possible reaction for someone who's been abused, and someone I didn't particularly like very much.Imagine my surprise when this story totally turned my perceptions around. I really liked th [...]

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    6. 4th Reading 1-2-16Agree with my previous statements. I also hated how Micah took off and then Oliver just gave in. WTF?! He didn't even let him explain. :( 3rd Reading 1-2-15Agree with my previous comments. Oliver was a dick and I hated what he did/said. Then again, Micah was an ass and acted like a parent. Lectures? Come on now. 2nd read June 2014Oliver and Micah. HmmmI thought Oliver got a free pass on his prior behavior. Someone should have kicked his ass.First Read November 5th, 2013

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    7. The Brac Pack is back! In the 6th installment of this shifter series, OLIVER'S HEART, Oliver learns to deal with his past and learns to accept himself as well. Once again dealing with some very uncomfortable subject matter in a tactful and sensitive manner, I applaud Ms. Hagen for her ability to do so. She pens a story of not just surviving the horrors in life but thriving.When Oliver arrived at "the den", he was angry at his father for the years of abuse that he had to endure and resentful towa [...]

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    8. This is the summary off the back of the book.Micah Barak rescued his mate from the clutches of his abusive father, but Oliver was too young to claim. As Oliver lashed out at everyone around him, Micah was determined to protect him, reminding the pack of their mates' own shortcomings. Now eighteen, lonely, and desperate, Oliver is trying to give up the hatred that's long claimed him. He longs for Micah's heart and body, but will his old ways let him truly open himself up to love? One night, drivi [...]

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    9. I have to confess I really wasn't too enthused about reading Oliver's story. He had been HORRIBLE in previous books and I really didn't like him. This book however gave him a chance to redeem himself and explain his behavior and let us readers open our hearts to him. I still think that Oliver got off way too easy with his behavior. Every single one of the mates had undergone some type of trauma; he wasn't alone in that and his nasty behavior actually added to the emotional scars of other people [...]

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    10. I have to confess I really wasn't too enthused about reading Oliver's story. He had been HORRIBLE in previous books and I really didn't like him. This book however gave him a chance to redeem himself and explain his behavior and let us readers open our hearts to him. I still think that Oliver got off way too easy with his behavior. Every single one of the mates had undergone some type of trauma; he wasn't alone in that and his nasty behavior actually added to the emotional scars of other people [...]

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    11. The warrior is just as childish as the mate. The development of the character Johnny already stressed believability before but now it's just ridiculous. If he is so smart then why did no one notice that before he came to the Bracs?It was weird that Jason couldn't tell whether Keata was male or female, aren't grey wolves supposed to have very good noses? The Timbers could tell that in an instant but the new grey couldn't? Skip it Mrs. Hagen no one believes that these Timbers are the best of the b [...]

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    12. 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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    13. I couldn't wait to read Oliver's story and I was absolutely delighted, not to mention, addicted to this series. Poor Oliver has a rough start with Micah but eventually they finally come together. There's inevitably some danger in store for them but Oliver is pretty tough in the face of danger. And Cecil is something else. Maverick seriously needs to give that dude a spanking because he is all kinds of mischievous. :) I enjoyed their quiet fun times and just love their whole family atmosphere. I [...]

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    14. Oliver and Micah have been in this holding pattern since Oliver came to live at the Den. Oliver lashes out, Micah lectures. You quickly see that a lot of talking goes on but the right questions are asked. Micah thinks that he will know when Oliver is ready to be mated. Oliver has been ready since his 18th birthday and thinks that Micah is too disappointed in him to claim him.As our two guys are learning to communicate, we get see Oliver reach out to Keata with suggestions that the mates learn Ja [...]

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    15. I wasn’t looking forward to reading this instalment at all, especially given Oliver’s history in the last several books. I was actually a little sad for Micah; I felt like he’d been cheated of a good mate when Oliver was given to him. It was, then, surprising to me when I read it and found that I liked Oliver. I was predisposed to dislike him, but Hagen made it work, and she made it easy to understand where he’s coming from. I thought she did an excellent job in redeeming a character tha [...]

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    16. 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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    17. Abused human mate finally connects with his Warrior wolfSeemed like there was quite a bit of more sizzle in this one, and the parental wolf warrior/immature pre-adolescent human mate vibe was toned down a little. Having at least somewhat of a resolution for the troubled Oliver, with lots of pent-up lust being slaked, too, made this a bit better than the last one. Still, there was enough of the adult/silly boy vibe (and not in a good way for me) that this is likely the last in the series that I w [...]

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    18. 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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    19. I found this book to be good. I wished Oliver and Micah would have communicated better in the beginning but that probably wouldn't make it a book if you know what's going to happen. I was so happy when they finally had sex. It was slightly weird that Oliver wasn't more scared about having sex with Micah even the fact that he was raped by his dad. But I guess it doesn't really matter because they're "mates." I really loved the new Micah who wasn't mean to everyone but wanted to be accepted. Also [...]

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    20. I'm really enjoying this series. I've read some negative bitching about it but I think some folks are just taking things a bit too seriously. I don't get an ick vibe from any of the couples and the complaining about Keata and Kyoke's speaking broken English is, I don't think, farfetched or intended to come across as racist. I like the series and will finish to the end! :)4/2015 reread of entire Brac Pack, Zeus's Pack, Demon Warriors series. Up thru BP19, ZP22, DW 1

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    21. I'm not sure if it's just me or if these mates are acting like junior high boys. I have never met a 19 or 20 year old guy who acted the way these young mates act. It's like since I read Hawks story, ALL the mates started acting like Johnny. Stomping feet, throwing fits, and having bitch fights. It's getting a little creepy that these centuries old men are mating with boys that act like children. These stories just seem to be getting worse but I'm holding out hope for redemption.

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    22. i had been looking forward to reading this book since Oliver first appeared earlier in the series. i did like seeing Oliver go from an angry young man dealing with the abuse at the hands of his father to somebody who was able to deal with his issues and be the kind of mate micah deserved and needed. the only complaint was i wished the book had been longer

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    23. At this point in these books considering the type of books they are, the length of the stories, etc. I am more interested in the whole pack dynamic instead of each individual couples story.Oliver and Micah were very good, although I think a lot was skipped in terms of dealing with Oliver's abuse issues. But, these books aren't meant to be angsty, just to be enjoyed.

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    24. There's something about these Brac Pack books that's compelling. This one I liked; Oliver really appealed, but, there were a couple of flaws (in timeline) and quite the unrealistic situation. Quick and easy reads, with no undo angst and comfortable resolutions.

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    25. This is by far, one of, if not my top favorite in the series. The relationship betwen the warrior Micah and his mate, Oliver, which has been developing for several book comes to full bloom here. The emotion, romance and sex blend to create a power story of love and family.

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    26. Oliver already showed his angry side in the previous books so now I was just happy for him to finally find peace and happinessd those little dudes called mates are so hilarious I was LOLing all the time.cially the image of Keata with the ruler funny

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    27. I have to say the farther I get in to this series the funnier they are becoming. At first the books didn't have to many funny parts, they had a very few but now with Oliver, Keata and Cecil(evil little self :)) things are alot more lively to make them funnier. I can't wait to read the rest!

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    28. great again, continues

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    29. I love how Oliver changed.

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    30. err ummma bit of a mess.

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