After reading the premise for the book, I decided to give this one a chance. The readers who have reviewed the book seemed to either love it or hate it.
I had this one on my TBR pile for a while now, but decided that it was time to read it. This was a quick read - there was plenty of action both in between the sheets as well as within the plot itself. Although you could figure out what was going to happen and who the killer was, it was still a fairly decent read (not great, not awful, but okay).
The main characters, Tieran & Caelan, were likable enough, although I thought that both should have been adamant about talking about her visions instead of jumping each other's bones constantly.
I would recommend this one, if you want to try something new, or if you are bored with whatever you are reading and see you what you think. Not the best story ever, but I would be willing to use another credit on the second book to see if the writing evolved in any way.
Great book! Lots of action!
I found Seeing Eye Mate boring. It's about a woman that has dreams and visions. She meets a shapeshifter (wolf) whom she is supposed to help. There is a shifter that is killing the mates of different packs. She's his mate, but she's unaware of the shifter society. Anyway, her visions are leading her to think it's his twin brother. It was obvious what was going on and that took out the suspense of the story. That being said, I don't plan on reading anymore of McKenna's work.
Paranormal erotic romance from Samhain Publishing. Tieran is a psychic who sometimes "sees" murders. This is the worst time for Caelan, the pack Alpha, to find his mate, when someone is killing the female mates of his pack. But, the minute he scents Tieran, he knows she's the one. Within 24 hours, he mates Tieran, gets her pregnant, and she's having visions of the killer. Worst yet, she suspects Caelan's twin brother, Eli. I don't like stories featuring psychics and this one is no exception. The plot is predictable, and Caelan, Tieran and Eli are all annoying. The sex scenes are hot, and plentiful. I thought I'd be grateful for the ending. But, after the obligatory show-down with with the real killer, Caelan and Tieran, both injured, bleeding, and tired (not to mention Tieran's pregnant), they go at it again. Don't go out of your way to get this one new.
I really liked the book but my biggest problem was the heroin. She was SOO annoying because she acted like a child. There were couple scene in the book where I just wanted to smack her in the head and give her "time out". I think my little sister is more mature than the heroin.