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Running in Fear: Abandoned by [Blacio, Trinity]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 415 KB
  • Print Length: 209 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ravenous Romance (21 Oct. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0048EKIS8
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Amazon.com: 2.6 out of 5 stars 11 reviews
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars horrible!!! 3 Jan. 2011
By chris shattuck-weill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
after reading the first part of this story, i decided to read this second part thinking it had to get better. i was wrong. jaycee has had a horrible life. she was gang raped by her step-father and his werewolf pack on her 16th birthday. she escaped and was on the run ever since until her alpha mate decided to claim her after waiting two years to do so. it turns out that dane's brother mark is also her mate. then pierre was her mate briefly until he was killed and then dane, mark and remi (another alpha) tricked her into mating with remi with what was essentially rape. and this was before pierre was even buried. then for the rest of the 1st story they lied to her, didn't trust her judgement and disrespected her in front of the pack. all the while telling her they loved her and wanted what is best for her. throughout both parts of the story her step-father is trying to get her back and keeps attacking the pack. the end of the 1st story is : to be continued. (spoiler alert) so in the 2nd story when she finally thinks they really care for her they trick her into getting pregnant and she leaves. they follow her and because the bad guys also follow and she fights them after she protects herself and her baby, remi and dane are furious with her and end up spending the nite with 2 women from the feline pack that lives there. when she comes down from the loft they are rubbing themselves all over remi and dane, who just look at her. they drag her back to their pack and even when they find out remi's baby was never in danger they are still mad at her and give her the cold shoulder. now this is where i really hated this book, after hurting jaycee time and time and time again, in front of the pack home 2 of the pack females come up to dane and remi and rub themselves all over them with jaycee standing right there. then they say that they heard dane and remi had spent the nite with 2 other women when they were gone. (i couldn't help but wonder how they had heard that unless dane or remi told the pack) and offered their services for that nite. dane and remi turn and look at jaycee who says she would like them to spend the nite with her, but it is their choice. then she goes to their room and prepares herself for them and puts candles all over the room. she falls asleep and wakes up hours later with the candles all burned out and no mates. she puts on a robe cuz she has on a very revealing teddy with strategic cut outs that remi had gotten her before all this had happened, and goes down the stairs to the kitchen. on the kitchen table are two naked women, with dane and remi's face buried in their nether regions. they look up and see jaycee devasted and realize she had expected them to spend the nite with her and that THEY HAVE GONE TOO FAR. PLEASE, HOW CAN THEY EVEN DO THAT TO THEIR MATE? then the story goes on about how they feel so bad that they hurt her so much. but of course after groveling for two seconds she takes them back again. i have never read a shape-shifter story, wolf or otherwise, that treated a mate in this manner. i love menage shifter stories, but i hated this one. the 2 stories were filled with pain and cruelity. some of the reviews for the 1st part of the story said how hot the sex was-how can it be hot when they treat their mate like she is just a convient body to get their rocks off on when they are not mad at her? amazon should pull this story and the 1st part also. don't waste your money on it. i certainly won't be buying anymore of her books.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't sleep because this book pissed me off so much! 17 April 2011
By enchantedemma - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I read the first book and wanted to see the relationship get better between the mates so I read this one. Instead I stayed up until 4:30 am to finish reading this book so I could leave it at a satisfactory spot but it just kept getting worse and worse. I did finish the book but I was so pissed at Jaycee for forgiving them so easily and her mates for treating her like dirt repeatedly. I had a sleepless night anyway because of the repeated betrayals by her mates. I was actually physically ill and thought I would throw up because of how this book affected me. I would not recommend this book to anyone.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Running In Fear: Abandoned 2 Feb. 2011
By HSMomReader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
After reading the first book, I really hoped the second would bind them all together. But this book left me with so much pain it was hard not to cry for the rest of the day. The men in this book should be castrated. They hurt and degraded their mate time and again and never earned or deserved her forgiveness. I would really like to see Jaycee get the love and devotion she deserves but these men are so bad I dislike them as much as the bad guy, Jaycee's step-father. Where was this so-called love they professed for her. They never treated her with respect, much less love.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Abandoned 13 May 2012
By Ava Renee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed this one more than the first. Things have gotten safer for Jaycee to live without constantly looking over her shoulder. But she is still unsure of the relationship with her and her mates. It becomes even more unsure for her when she sees them not pushing away women coming on to them. Then finding them in the kitchen of her home being intimate with a couple of women. Her mates seem to have no remorse of for what they have done. Jaycee runs once again to clear her head and figure things out. She cannot get hurt any more mentally, physically or emotionally. She just will not allow it to happen again. Will her mates realize what they have done or will they continue their hurtful ways towards Jaycee?

There is more sex in this book than the first and not as aggressive. There are also M/M and M/M/F/M scenes that get the imagination flowing. I hope things get better for this mated group in the next book. They all are really good together when they are at peace.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrid Book 1 Aug. 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
While there were a couple of promising ideas in this book the entire thing was horrible. The Author made jumps from one scene to another that left you wondering "WHAT!" I kept thinking that half the story was left out. The Editing was terrible. She kept referring to a Bomb Fire for instance. This was one annoying example. Also the relationship between Jaycee and the Men was just very degrading. Do not waste your time or money.
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