Hotel mogul and all around alpha a-hole, Abraham is on the prowl. The public doesn’t exactly know he’s a bear shifter and when he meets the beautiful lounge singer, Summer, she definitely has no idea. He’s built up walls around himself and his empire for so long, but slowly Summer breaks them all down. Fate has intervened, whether Abraham is ready or not.
Summer just wants to keep her apartment out of the hands of the Shyft hotel investors. They’ll make it so expensive that she, and her neighbors, will be out on the street. She has to convince the owner to make a change. What she doesn’t know is the evil hotel mogul is also the guy she’s falling in love with.
When secrets are revealed, will Summer and Abraham both be able to get past the deception? Or did fate have it wrong this time?
Titles in The Johnson Clan series include: Benjamin – Abraham – Ellis –
Sexy shifters and their feisty mates who aren’t shy about loving each other – in other words, there’s going to be sex involved in this story – so, this is an adult, 18+ reader tale.
Series: The Johnson Clan #2
Author: Terra Wolf
Published: April 29, 2018
My Rating: DNF at 37%
There is the self-confidence arrogance of an Alpha character that is appealing…
… then there is the arrogance of a self indulgent, narcissistic, entitled, pure a-hole character (he doesn’t even get the Alpha privileged from me) like Abraham. I don’t even have words as to how much I loathed this man.
So for the first time in almost two years I DNF’d a book without qualm or regret.
I hung around to the 37% point on my Kindle hoping that somehow I’d see that spark inside this character that says he’s going to change at some point – but I didn’t and I frankly gave up.
And Summer who turned around and did the exact thing that she was offended at the suggestion of days earlier. Just no. No. Summer was to a lesser degree just as arrogant as her lover in a different way. It was all about Summer. I’m all for bettering your life and movin’ on up but her descriptions of what she wanted, was entitled to because of her talents grated in a different way from Abraham. To be quite frank – they totally deserved each other.
Going by the reviews I skimmed over I’m in the minority on Abraham. And that’s okay. There is an audience for this story, obviously. But that audience does not include me. Terra Wolf is a writer that usually gets two responses from me… I either love that book, or I don’t. There is very little wiggle room in my opinion. I don’t give up on authors or series just because I don’t like a particular book. But I’m afraid Ellis is going to have to prove himself to me pretty quickly after DNF-ing this brother’s story.
You may love Abraham, by all means check it out… I simply didn’t.
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