The Sea Haven series comes to a climactic end as the mysterious man from Blythe Daniels’ past re-enters her life. Don’t miss the final Sea Haven novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling “queen of paranormal romance” (J. R. Ward).
For five years, Viktor Prakenskii has put his life on hold in order to take down the world’s most feared motorcycle club from the inside. But carrying out the insane violence and seeing the club’s exploitation of the innocent has brought his traumatic past roaring back. And there’s only one cure: to see the wife he left behind…
Blythe Daniels thought she’d never see Viktor again after he murdered her stepfather and left without a word. She rebuilt her life without him, becoming a personal trainer and physical therapist…becoming strong enough for others to lean on. But when Viktor comes back to Sea Haven, he’ll make Blythe question everything she thought she knew about good and evil—and the dark desires of the heart.
Why have Feehan’s male characters turned into A- class A-holes? I mean really, after all the crap Blythe was left alone to deal with regardless of his reasons I didn’t appreciate the whole throwing his weight around barging back into her life and giving her the whole ‘you’re going to forgive me, that’s the end of it’ kind of speech instead of earning his way back into her life and the forgiveness I didn’t particularly feel he deserved at this point in the game.
While Bound Together was the finale of the SH series I have a feeling its just going to be a jumping off point to start a new series with the MC’s. Will we get one? I don’t know but we spent enough time with them for the ground work to be laid.
After finishing Bound Together I still felt like Blythe could have used a better ending and probably would have been better off on her own or possibly with someone who deserved her love and earned it rather than having her roll over and heeling to Vik’s domineering insistence.
Yet I’m not all that surprised. Lately Feehan’s females no longer have a mind of their own and the men mostly control them regardless of what series you read. Its not bad but I would have liked seeing Blythe be stronger and have a stronger presence than she did. I favored her so much that I felt she deserved a much stronger foothold on how things went down.
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