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Wild and Free: Volume 3 (The Three Series)


Wild and Free: Volume 3 (The Three Series)

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    Available in PDF Format | Wild and Free: Volume 3 (The Three Series).pdf | English
    Kristen Ashley(Author)
Abel Jin and Delilah Johnson have lived their lives with a hole in their soul, yearning for something they don’t understand.Until one night Delilah is in mortal danger and a man who’s otherworldly strong and supernaturally fast saves her. Delilah is then cast into a world where fiction comes to life in the form of Abel, her destined mate, a vampire/werewolf hybrid who claims her at first breath as his.But Abel knows the danger isn’t done. He’s dreamed for centuries that his mate will perish and he will stop at nothing to keep her safe.For Delilah, she’s not only coping with fantasy come to life, but a mingling of very different families. Not to mention, she has on her hands a man who doesn’t understand his true nature and has lived his long life thinking he’s a monster.Abel and Delilah together fills the hole that has been clawing at them for decades. But finally finding each other, it also tips their destinies as the last of The Three. They must unite with the other destined lovers who, with Abel and Delilah, are fated to save the world.Or die trying.

Kristen Ashley grew up in Indiana, but has lived in Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least), but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up. And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better.

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  • PDF | 606 pages
  • Kristen Ashley(Author)
  • Kristen Ashley (26 April 2016)
  • English
  • 5
  • Romance
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  • By BevUK on 7 March 2015

    If I’m honest I was afraid to start Wild and Free. You see, no-one but no-one could top Callum in my eyes, he’s just so ….. everything. Then, I pulled up my big girl panties and dove in and discovered Abel and Lilah. Whilst there were no idiotic a$$hole moves from Abel and no ridiculous TSTL moves from Lilah I didn’t really connect with them. Usually when I read I have a mental picture in my head of what the characters look like …. apart from the fact she had her hair “out to there” and wore 80’s-tastic feather earrings I couldn’t tell you even the colour of her hair. For some reason I felt disconnected from them both.That said, I love that they were so in tune with each other, they LISTENED to each other, they understood each other, didn’t bear grudges and were just so totally bad-assedly kicka$$ to each other as well as their family and friends. I loved that when Abel pulled a tool move he apologised, not many of KA’s alpha males do that. I love how KA can build her characters the most amazing family, be they blood or not. And she did it again here, to perfection.I felt the middle of the book dragged. Usually when KA writes action we are in the thick of it, this time we were stuck in a bunker with the girls whilst the men went off to fight. I felt removed from the story for a large part of it. I also felt it just got plain silly at times – cue the Bunny Army. Why did we have to go through this, yet the meeting between Cain and Abel was done and dusted so quickly. The important things were glossed over so we could read about them eating, drinking and sitting around, and even more eating, drinking and sitting around.For me, the best part of the book was Yuri and Aurora’s love story, I was more invested in them as a couple than I was Abel and Lilah.3.5 stars.

  • By Nashoba on 2 January 2015

    I feel bad for only giving this book a 3*, but l concur with others. The book lacked KA's usual pizazz. It was more an action\suspence story with touches of romance for others. I really hope KA snaps out of her rut soon.

  • By karen on 13 July 2017

    The story is good,however the language spoils it for me. There really is no need for using a certain C word ALL the time, it does not bring anything to the story and as it's mainly ladies who read these stories of course we would be offended.

  • By jd66 on 31 December 2014

    This was an amazing conclusion to this series. Hot and steamy. Also touchingly sad. Made me laugh and cry..... Awesome Kristen.

  • By Chazs on 31 January 2015

    I was very disappointed with this book. I felt it was written because it was promised., but yawn yawn yawn.

  • By Jacqueline P on 2 January 2015

    It's taken me five days to push through this. Five days when I was on holiday from work and lots of time to read. Typically I'd read two or even three books in that time but just didn't grab me like a KA usually would. And in light of the fact that the first and second books in this series were both among my favourite reads of last year, I'm gutted.The biggest problem with this for me was that it was more of a story about a battle and less of a romance. There was lots of smut, much coarser than usual (didn't mind that though) in this, but the belly tingling romance was absent. And it's that belly tingling sensation that I've come to look forward to in a KA.Usually there is a female who has to be won over, but in this, Abel and Delilah get together immediately, no drama, no tension....and sadly, no chemistry. We then move into the longest stretch of the plot where everyone we've met in the previous two stories plus all of the new characters from this story go into a luxurious bunker and plan a battle. This section was interminable with characters discussing their skills and those of their enemies and what they might do or might not do. I really tried to care, but I was bored. To. Tears. The only highlights was the smut (hot, vulgar and blessedly plentiful) and Delilah' s biker father who seemed to have stumbled into this story by accident because he was witty and cute and loveable and all of the character traits that are normally in abundance in a KA.There was a sub plot involving Yuri (the vamp who'd kind of grown up as Sonia from book two's sister) and a witch which was sweet and far more interesting to me than Abel and Delilah' s story.Then finally, finally the battle happened and the storyline lost all sense of reality and kind of jumped the shark. The thing I'd really loved about the first two books was the alternative world in this seemed plausible and real but all that was ditched in this book in favour of "drama".The epilogue was also a bit of a let down, only dealing with the period immediately after the main story had finished.I'm sorry to say this was a huge letdown for me after the utter brilliance of the first two books in this series. I can't recommend this one to romance fans but I suppose if you enjoy stories about battle strategizing then you'll lap it up.

  • By Kindle Customer on 31 December 2014

    Every time I buy a Kristen Ashley book I know it's money more than well spent! I have been more than eager for this series final release. I was not prepared for the emotions it caused! Abel is an alpha like I've never met before - totally fabulously, dominantly unique! Delilah, well I wishing a friend like her!Wild and Free flows brilliantly and collaborates all the characters from the first two books. It's a love story that had be laughing, shaking my head and crying. Best book I've read this year!!!!!!!!!!

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