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10 thoughts on “Rapport (Wolfs-own, #2.5)

  1. Serena Yates Serena Yates says:

    Interesting look at the past of some of the characters in this series set in a dark and seedy inn It was a little confusing like much of the first and second books a purely personal issue which may not affect anyone else but added some backstory which might come in handy in the future


  2. La*La La*La says:

    35 starsToo short to be anything but I love Malick and I'm glad to get to read about him some ps Skel and Asai deserved each other


  3. Seregil Seregil says:

    Very short story about how Skel and Malick met for the first time


  4. Michelle Kaye Michelle Kaye says:

    Part of series and shouldn't be read as a stand aloneVery very short and as I am unfamiliar with the world didn't do anything for me felt like a chapter out of a larger story


  5. Trix Trix says:

    Nice story Put a 'human' face to Skel and defined a bit clearly the relationship between Skel Asai and MalickPS I do like Mal's protectiveness towards mere humans


  6. Bernice Bernice says:

    I couldn't care less about Skel and his POV in this did not change my mind but I liked seeing Kamen from his perspective


  7. L.M. L.M. says:

    So short But was still nice to get a look into Malick's past


  8. Thistle Thistle says:

    Lala summed up this story in their reviewSkel and Asai deserved each otherWhile I enjoyed seeing this missing scene man Skel was just not a character I enjoyed spending time getting to know But hey we did get time with Malick which is never a bad thingI can't see this story working for anyone who didn't read the first two books so start with them then give this short story a try


  9. Elaine White Elaine White says:

    This review is word for word as that within the review for the Wolf's Own bundle POV 3rd person one character POVStar rating ★★★★☆While it's interesting to see Skel for the first time in his own POV the short doesn't really add anything to the overall series Malick is as mysterious cheeky and yet wounded as he's always been only with of a 'newness' about it than before Skel is just as manipulative and arrogant as Asai too wrapped up in his own sense of power and his own needs to really care about anyone else The only thing it did do was make me wonder why Malick even bothered with Skel how he was able to feel such affection for someone like him and if in the long run it was only because Skel caught him at one of the most emotional moments of his newly immortal lifeFavourite uote“The look could have been anything from disdain to interest to humor to threat Rose and thorn in singularity And yet still the pulse of potential violence thrumming from Kamen was like a live thing”


  10. Mara Ismine Mara Ismine says:

    This is pretty impenetrable if you haven't read the series and I can't guarantee that it isn't impenetrable if you have I picked it up as a Dreamspinner freebie and was getting interested in the world and the characters when it ended Yes I know it was a short story and I now know that it is part of a four book series but it just ended without any hint of resolution Twelve pages of hints about this strange world and the end is an invite to drink together?Maybe this meeting is significant in the grand scheme of the series and fills in a plot hole but it isn't a satisfying read alone story


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Rapport (Wolfs-own, #2.5) [Read] ➬ Rapport (Wolfs-own, #2.5) By Carole Cummings – Thomashillier.co.uk A short story set in the Wolf's own seriesLife for an immortal can get a little dull But Skel has just found a new spark of interest in Wolf's new Null and he's taking another look at life love the wo A short story set in the Wolf's own seriesLife for an immortal can get a little dull But Skel has just found a new spark of interest in Wolf's new Null and he's taking another look at life love the world and Kamen Malick NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR This was meant as a free gift to the readers of the Wolf's own series It is not a 'teaser' it is not a 'lure' to try to get new readers to buy the rest of the books It is purely and simply a background story that readers asked for provided to them in thanks for their support If you have not read any books in the series you will neither understand nor enjoy this shortThank you Carole Cummings.