Monday, May 20, 2013

BOOK REVIEW...Bitter Disenchantment (Coveted 0.4) by Shawntelle Madison

Werewolf Natalya Stravinsky's outspoken sidekick, Aggie McClure, is featured in this prequel novella. Before Agatha set foot in South Toms River, New Jersey, she had the fight of her life to face. Destined to be the alpha female over her Manhattan pack, Aggie was fully prepared to take on her role until her father arranges a marriage without her consent. She wants out–but the only way is with money–something her new controlling husband won't give her to escape. But such odds never kept a wolf like Aggie down. To sever the twisted tie, she finds herself pitted against raging wood nymphs and backstabbing brownies in an underground supernatural fighting ring. With every victory, the sweet taste of freedom is closer, but her husband isn't willing to let her go that easily. Until the very end, Aggie must fight for the one thing she's never had: a choice.
Published April 23rd 2013 by Shawntelle Madison
I was really sad with how Aggie's relationships with her father and her husband fall apart.  Being the daughter of a powerful alpha and having  a marriage setup is one thing but after getting married to the guy and thinking you're in love with him and finding out his true motives as to why he married you totally sucks.

I was really pissed at how both Aggie's father and hubby were two power hungry pricks who gave her no choices of her own.  Basically, it was their way or no way.  Selfish bastards.  Sorry for the language but it's true.

Aggie spends a lot of the book trying to establish contacts and connections to meet a powerful alpha that can annul her marriage and set her free.  She's a determined little thing, which I admire, and in the end I love the part where she confronts her dad and hubby [well, on the phone for hubby] basically telling them that she is her own person and won't take their sh*& no more.

A very good prequel novella that sizzles!!

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