Audio Review: Abandoned and Unseen by Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan
Abandoned and Unseen
Alexandra Ivy & Carrie Ann Ryan
Branded Pack Series, Book 2
Narrator: Aiden Snow
The next in a new dark and gritty paranormal series. Abandoned and Unseen continues the journey with New York Times best-selling authors Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan.
When bear shifter Anya Tucker fell in love with the wrong man, the only thing she left with was a broken heart – and her two bear cubs. Now, she’s mended her wounds and learned that in order to raise her babies, she can only trust herself. When her sons meet the lazy cat next door and fall heads over tails for him, she’ll do whatever she takes to protect them – even from a past she’d thought she’d left behind.
Cole McDermott is a jaguar on a mission. Long naps, a willing woman, and a full stomach is usually all he needs when it comes to relaxing after a long day of protecting his pack. Then he meets Anya, and the burn of temptation is silky and tantalizing indeed. When a horror from Anya’s past threatens everything she loves, Cole will put everything aside and fight for her family – as well as his own.
Nicole Bradley had no reason to live after the humans murdered her son – not until she learns to hunt down those responsible for his death. Shifting into her wolf form at night, she slips out of the compound, determined to do as much damage as possible. The last thing she expected was to discover secrets that could destroy the SAU.
Polar shifter Tucker Stone lives off the grid. It’s the only way the unseen can avoid being rounded up by the humans and tossed into a compound. Besides, he’s a loner by nature. But he can’t walk away when he sees the pretty female wolf in danger. Risking exposure, he takes her to his hidden den and tries to heal her wounds.
Can a reclusive polar bear and a wolf with a death wish find happiness together?
Anya is a mama bear you don’t want to mess with. Protective to the core, hurt by a choice that gave her her greatest gifts and is able to find strength in the worst of situations. Forced changes in Anya’s life have her in full mama bear mode, with no time for annoying interactions with a lazy cat. Cole McDermott is the feline tracker and generally a laid back kind of cat. The protector of the compound. As changes happen Cole goes with the flow, sticking to the scantily of his tree. Until two bear cubs find their way to his tree, making him want more than his cat whoring ways.
Irritation is a guise for sexual tension between Anya and Cole. Attraction, chemistry and passion can’t be tamed. The annoyance and witty banter at the beginning turn into spectacular heated interactions. Cole is caring, compassionate and patient. Anya is amazing. A wonderful portrayal of a single mother in every way.
Nicole Bradley is a determined woman on a mission. Distory the ones who has caused her the endless pain for the last seven years. Smart, headstrong and in pain with a determination that will either have her winning or dead. Tucker Stone is an unseen shifter working within the SAU against SAU. Dominant, strong and a bit harsh on the surface. Tucker is a walking sexy mystery with a mission of his own. When a lone wolf shifter crosses his path, a new mission arises as the old one takes a compromise.
Passionate, emotional and suspenseful. Nicole’s tragedy has her walking down a dangerous path that has Tucker blocking her way. Together they work to find a justice that helps heal a bleeding wound while not consuming one’s soul. Tucker’s dominance, brass and harsh, paved the way for a freedom that would have never been found without it.
Aiden Snow’s narration allows readers to feel another level of emotion to the heartfelt and passionate stories of Abandoned and Unseen.
The Branded Pack is quickly becoming one of my favorite shifters series.
A complementary copy of this audio title was provided for an honest review.
Posted on April 1, 2016, in Audiobook, Review and tagged Abandoned and Unseen, Aiden Snow, Alexandra Ivy, audible, audio review, Branded Pack Series, Carrie Ann Ryan, Pink Ink Audio, shifers, wolves. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.