Imperfection by Phaedra Seabolt
Publication Date: July 23rd 2013
Genre: Urban Fantasy
SummaryMeara Falk always followed her parents' rules, until one night in March when the temptation to let loose changed her life forever. Nine months later, disowned and with a baby on her hip, she discovers werewolves are real after being on the wrong end of one’s teeth and claws.
When her first change is upon her, werewolves attack her home, stealing her son and driving her out of her home. Now she’s looking for the man who kidnapped her baby and turned her life upside down.
A war is brewing between the two packs with Meara’s son being in the center. Will she be able to get her son back before losing everyone she cares about?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
this book was awesome! the characters were interesting and the ware angle new and different. I found myself intrigued right from the start and couldn't put the book down until it was done, and the ending! leaving you itching for more! I defiantly can wait to see what is in store for these guys next.
Meara just wanted a normal night out with her friends, one night were she would be a normal collage girl at a normal collage party. Meara got more then she bargained for, for all she remembers the next day is his dazzling blue eyes and his amazing accent, and worst of all! she wakes up the next morning no longer a virgin. Meara not only doesn't remember the night before but apparently mystery man left something else behind for she is pregnant.
Being pregnant and having a baby isn't ideal but Meara has never been happier when someone tries to kidnap her baby and she is attacked by a crazy wolf! scared for their lives Meara knows she must turn to her friends for help but when the wolves attack again and her baby is kidnapped Meara turns to another pack for help when strange things start to over take her body on the full moon.
Will she ever see her beautiful baby again? and can she trust this pack to help get him back?
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I didn’t remember walking down the street, but when I looked up, I saw that I had made it all the way back to Skipper’s. The crowd hadn’t let up at all, but now the sidewalk had taken on a green tint. Glancing inside, I thought I saw someone who looked familiar. Again, I heard someone shout my name, so I squeezed into the entrance and headed toward the back. My name was shouted somewhere closer this time. Spinning around, I just couldn’t tell where it was coming from in the crowd. I stumbled and felt strong arms around my waist that kept me from hitting the floor. Effortlessly he lifted me off the ground and turned me around so that my hands were splayed across his expansive shoulders. Looking up to see who caught me, I realized that my mystery man had found me again.
“Meara. Beautiful Meara. Let’s leave these inebriated fools and find some place to talk. Some place that doesn’t have this noise you college students claim is music.”
I don’t think I could have said no even sober to this man. He led me out the front door, and we walked down the street a little ways. I could see that we were heading toward what looked like a motorcycle. The handlebars were a lot higher in the air than normal, but then again, I saw mostly scooters on campus, which were hardly a comparison. Coming up on it, I could tell it was black with a sloping design. It was higher in the front than the back and had what looked like red interspersed inside the engine. The seat looked like it was only big enough for one person and the man next to me definitely would take up all of it.
“I can’t ride on that! I’ll fall off the back!” I could tell I was slurring a bit. The words felt thick in my mouth and didn’t really want to come out.
“Lass, there’s more than enough room when you are sitting in my lap.” Listening to him this time, I thought I detected an accent in his voice, but I couldn’t place it. He climbed onto the bike and reached over, placing both hands on either side on my hips. Then to my surprise, he picked me up and put me on the bike so that I was basically sitting on the gas tank. He wrapped one arm around my waist and pulled me tight against him before the bike roared to life.
“Get ready for the ride of your short life, lass. This will be something you won’t ever want to forget.”
Ironically, that’s exactly what happened. I blacked out during the ride, and my life has never been the same since.
Author BioPhaedra Seabolt is the youngest of four and the only girl. She spent her childhood trying to be the best she could be at everything she did which drove her to attend college long enough to attain her master’s degree. Now she is a stay at home mom and happily married.
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