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Instead, he killed their brutal leader—his own father—and walked away. When the two brood women Shapeshifter Brand Geirson was raised to rule the Broods of Fenrir, but he refused his birthright. When the two brood women who mean the most to him come under threat, he must take up the throne and risk becoming the kind of vicious bastard his father was, or let the broods descend further into chaos—taking brods friend he swore to protect and his lover with them.
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To view it, click here. Originally posted at http: Having grown up in the violent, oppressive world of the Brood with his father being one of the worst offenders, Brand Geirson has no desire to accept his destiny fengir rule the clan.
Brand walks venrir from the Brood and never looks back. When a brutal murder points back to the Brood, Brand finds himself having to embrace a destiny he fought against. He must become what he never wanted to be in order to save the only woman he ever loved. Br Originally posted at http: Brand is a Brood, a wolf shape bbroods. He turned his back on his world after he killed his father, their king, to stop the atrocities and bloodshed the his father used to ruled.
Brand was so brutally tortured as a child, he keeps his wolf safety buried in fear he will submit to the rage and become just renrir his father. He now owns and operates a security firm and stays as far away from Brood politics as he can. When a human woman is found murdered at a site he provides security for; he recognizes the claw marks and knows a member of the Brood committed the murder. Brand knows he will have to enter back in to Brood in order to determine just how chaotic the clans have become.
As Brand navigates his fenrie through corsl dangerous minefield of exploding emotions and archaic rules, he finds himself at the mercy of those who have decided that he will claim his destiny-or die. Broods of Fenrir is a dark and sinister urban fantasy that takes us back to a time cofal shapeshifters were beautiful, savage predators. They take what they want through blood and violence.
The weak are viewed as prey to done whatever to. Fast pacing and a cast of charismatic characters makes for an engaging story. Using an interesting mixture of Norse mythology and legends, Ms. This world is not nice. There are no soul searching, waxing molre wolves in here. These are raw savage beasts who cling fenrr their humanity through sheer willpower. They are wolves first and humans later. I found myself cringing during certain scenes and tearing up at others as we are shown just how violent and evil this society can be.
Brand is the ultimate tortured hero. Sexy, strong, ruthless with an underlying vulnerability that has him forever fearful that he will become his father. I liked that his protective streak was tempered by his rational side. His demands all come from an intense desire to keep those he cares for safe. Yet he is smart enough to know that a mooore strength comes from the ability to trust those around him and ask for help.
When Dagny and Brand meet-the sparks fly. The build up of this romance is dark and intriguing as Ms. Moore spends time shaping their emotions all in accordance to their culture. Brand offers Dagny the one brooxs she craves. The one thing she has suffered for all her life. Our secondary characters good and bad are all just as richly designed as our protagonists. The woman in this book as just as strong and deadly as the men yet are shackled by cruel tradition.
Alice is my favorite. He is over protective of her and at first you see Alice accepting this.
Broods of Fenrir (Broods of Fenrir, #1) by Coral Moore (3 star ratings)
Moore slowly brings Alice out of her shell and reveals the hidden strength this young and admittedly weak cpral has. Brlods truly shines at the end and shows everyone that true courage is the ability to face what you fear most. There are three story lines that run concurrently though out. The main conflict and the romance blend nicely together but an attached sub story is weak and underdeveloped.
The story is told in the present with background given sparingly and with the assumption you already know it. The main conflict wraps up nicely with action, suspense, and a huge surprise bropds knock me for a loop.
I enjoyed this foray into Ms. Feb 15, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: Brandulf Gierson was raised by a foral of a father, one who beat the females and males around him into submission in order to assert dominance and authority. Brand manages to a Brandulf Gierson was raised by a bastard of a father, one who beat the females and males around him into submission in order to assert dominance and authority. Brand manages to avoid brood society for hundreds of years by closing himself off from them, but he can avoid their brutal politics no longer when two women he cares fnrir are threatened and another innocent woman is attacked.
Broods of Fenrir is a very in-your-face, somewhat violent shifter novel. It reminds me a little of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but instead of vhampires, we have werewolves. These werewolves are dominate, big, beastly men who will rip your head right off at just a slight provocation. They have a pecking order and you best follow it.
Broods of Fenrir is a heated borods, both emotionally and sexually.
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Speaking of sex, there is some, but it isn’t over the top or really dirty. It was just enough to fit in with the flow of the story. There are three separate plot lines in Broods of Fenrir: As it stands, the book starts off with a female brutally murdered by a werewolf, then shifts to Brand before finally focusing on the murdered wolves.
The world building is done rather well. Moore takes our world and adds her twist of werewolves and makes it completely believable. She even manages to humanize them while still making them seem like beastly, savage creatures. They seemed to hold on to these threads of humanity though sheer willpower, as if any slight or provocation would cause the beast to take over.
The desperation Brand displays in wanting to retain his humanity and humility makes him appear to be especially thoughtful and powerful, even though his fellow males in the Brood seem to find that a weakness.
The other characters are also engaging to the story: She was absolutely nuts but nothing she did seemed to be without some grand plan in mind. Dagny is a strong-willed character and I liked her a lot. Alice struck me as somewhat weak, even though I know the moorre intended her to be that molre. Overall, this was an enjoyable urban fantasy.
Coral Moore did a great job keeping the story flowing and the characters interesting and I would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of this genre. Jan 01, tooter rated it liked it Shelves: The book and premise started out interesting enough, but I couldn’t really get ‘into’ it for a couple of reasons.
Or maybe cora book is mislabeled a bit. It’s not a typical romance novel, it’s more just paranormal fiction. The book is told almost completely through the main character Brand’s viewpoint and also a lot of 3rd person.
I would have preferred a good percentage told from Dagny’s viewpoint but it’s rarely done. The development of Brand and Dagny’s relationship just happens. It’s not well The book and premise started out interesting enough, but I couldn’t really get ‘into’ it for a couple of reasons. It’s not well done, IMO. I didn’t feel anything why it was other than the author said it was so. There are lots of authors out there that rely on the ‘mate’ relationship as a plot device, but the good ones still make you understand why it happens for two people and build it up.
Broods of Fenrir just seems to fall flat in that department.