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Through Dagus's Eyes (Wolves of Stone Ridge Book 7)

Through Dagus's Eyes (Wolves of Stone Ridge Book 7) [Kindle Edition]

Charlie Richards

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Dagus Whitton is tired of being controlled. After his brother Drake moved in with his shifter mate, Dagus had felt a great sense of accomplishment from finally living on his own, especially considering his blindness. But that was before being kidnapped by scientists bent on using him as a bargaining chip against the shifters living in the area. Now he struggles being alone, but hates always having someone watching over him. He’d had his life neatly in hand and just wants to get that feeling of contentment back. Discovering a mate has its pros and cons, and Dagus isn’t certain he’s ready for more drama.

Brad Nadeau never thought he’d find a mate, since his homophobic father filled his head with the belief that Fate didn’t grant them to gay shifters. When his biker gang walks into a gay bar in Colin City for a night of fun, Brad’s world is turned upside-down. Not only does he find his mate, but he discovers that the guy is human, blind, and already knows about shifters. That should make claiming Dagus easy, right? Except accepting his mate means Brad will have to leave the only family he’s known for the last thirty-seven years, his motorcycle gang. When his leader tells him that the gang needs to move out in less than forty-eight hours to search for a missing member, Brad is faced with an important choice, and not much time to make it in. Learning that the local wolf pack is experiencing dangerous unrest due to several members not liking all the other shifter breeds in the area doesn’t make his choice any easier. Is Brad ready to face down shifters like his father to start a whole new life with a mate he isn’t certain wants his brand of care?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 254 KB
  • Print Length: 103 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: eXtasy Books (1 Mar 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007ICBLL0
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4.0 out of 5 stars Through Dagus's Eyes (Wolves of Stone Ridge 7) by Charlie Richards 2 April 2012
By Elisa - Published on
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A quite "classical" paranormal romance, even if this is book 7 in a series, I decided to read this one since I was fascinated by the character of Dagus, an African-American blind man who is the mate of Brad, a polar bear shifter.

There were many of the themes I usually like, multicultural pair, a main character dealing with disability, a big and strong man but with a caring attitude (and almost housekeeping tendencies, he likes to cook and to take care of Dagus in a "motherly" way). I think the author wanted to move some of the cute characteristic we usually link to a teddy bear to the "human" version of the same, Brad. Even if strong and bigger than Dagus, Brad is not an alpha, he is more an enforcer, someone who can for sure take care of his mate, but who doesn't really have the strike to be an Alpha pack leader.

Dagus on the other side has a strong willing, but it's clear that his disability is limiting him. The author doesn't underestimate these issues, and even if it felt a little forced that Brad is browsing the net to search advice on how to go out on a date with a blind man (I'm not really sure what type of help you can find like that), I appreciated that Dagus's blindness was not yet another label to make up Dagus's character, and instead it influenced him and his actions.

This is not a long novel, and it has a medium-high level of erotic scenes, but I have to pay my homage to the author since I quite enjoyed the sex scenes, they read nice and good.

For sure reading book 7 not having read all previous ones is a little difficult, there are a lot of supporting characters and their background is only slightly hinted, but truth be told it was not really a problem, if you want, you can go back and read about them, but Brad and Dagus's story, even if not long, is nicely wrapped up and complete in its own.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good book 2 April 2012
By LaVonne Wright - Published on
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i have been reading this series, i like that you don't have to always convince someone with an inch of their life that they are a mate, the chairctors easily fell into that role and made it so much nicer to follow the rest of the story and to sit back and enjoy them learning about each other. i also like that not all charictors are perfect, i like that Dagus is blind and shows that just becasue he's blind doesn't meen he is helpless. it was a nice read for me
4.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly good read.... 5 July 2014
By A.B. - Published on
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I am relatively new to this author and this series, but I have to say, so far, I have not been disappointed. I enjoyed this book very much. It amazes me how Ms. Richards ties all the characters together in each and every book. Beginning with book 1 Rainey and Travis the characters are well described and interesting. Each book can stand on its own, but can also be called is that possible? You may ask, well, I won't give away to much because they are worth you reading the good bits on your own but I will say this; the people you meet in one book may be kidnapped or may run away, or just be missing so that leads to the next book while the two main characters get their story completely told. So it is up to you if you want to find out what happened to (the missing) character then you buy the next book. What a genius way to keep customers satisfied and always wanting more.
*a tiny SPOILER alert*
This book is about (human) Dagus, the blind brother of (human) Drake who is the black panther shifter Ailean's mate. In this book which is the follow up to Carson and Jared's book, several of the pack are in a club and Dagus is on the dance floor with wolf shifter and straight brother of Todd, Phillip. In walks what looks to be a biker gang, complete with full leather and huge hulking bodies. Among them, Brad, who scents his mate upon entering the club and almost shifts into his polar bear! These bikers are new introductions to this series. I thought the way it was written in was beautiful. It is seemless and the flow is perfect. Now if the reader chooses to continue on then there will be more characters to find a mate.
So, to put it in a nutshell, I am extremely glad I chose to buy this series. I have been pleasantly surprised by the turn of events on one or more occasions, and love the way the book end but kind of leave you hanging. It takes a true talent to think of an ending like that,for not only one book but most allm
5.0 out of 5 stars I liked this one! 31 Mar 2013
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I liked Dagus in an earier book, so happy to see he got a story and a man.... Brad was a good choice, I appreciated his openess to accepting a blind mate, and his gentleness with him.

Good story, good sex!
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, Easy Read About a Biker Shifter and A Blind Man 27 Aug 2012
By Sophia Rose - Published on
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This particular installment in the series saw a change in the dynamics because there was an introduction to a host of delicious nomad biker shifters that form their own pack. They are a close brotherhood of shifters who were abandoned or kicked out of their former packs and families because they are gay.

The book opens with the same bar scene from Carson and Jared's story where Carson was dancing with Dagus. In this instance, it is from Brad's perspective when his gang rolls into town and hits the bar where his nose tells him that his mate is somewhere in the bar. Brad is floored to discover that he has a mate since his dad told him that mates could not be same-sex, but he's delightfully surprised when he realizes that the handsome blind human is his. And best of all, his human knows about shifters.

Dagus is tired of being coddled even though it is all good intentioned because of his kidnapping experience. His brother is mated and for the first time he has a chance to live independently. Unlike other humans, he is eager when he finds out the big biker wants to know him and he is open to exploring a relationship with Brad. There is the problem that Brad isnt' a wolf (the wolves are up in arms to Declan about letting other types of shifters into their territory) and he's part of a bike gang that only plans to stay in the area a few days.

Very enjoyable plot with characters who know what they want and go for it! The time spent outside the bedroom on dates and outings was a nice touch particularly between two characters who work well together and in the story. I love the pairings that Charlie Richards introduces with each new book.

Fun read that brought a smile to my face!
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