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J Bree is a dreamer, writer, mom, farmer, and cat fighter.
The order of priorities changes daily. She lives on a small farm in a small rural town in Australia that no one has ever heard of.
She spends her days daydreaming about all of her book friends, listening to her partner complain about how grapes grow, and being a snack whore for her two children.
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Forced Bonds is a full-length reverse harem PNR novel with material that may be difficult for some readers. This book will end on a cliffhanger.
It is recommended for those over 18 years of age due to the language and sexual situation.
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J Bree continues to be my OWN with this series, one of the most innovative, creative and addictive PNR series I have ever read. I love: action, adventure, intricate relationships, STEAM! It’s J Bree at her best, with an evil heroine at the helm and a harem of delicious alpha bonds, it’s so delicious.
After the last book ended with that incredible cliffhanger with Sage, I knew this book would take a different turn. And he really did, just not in the way he expected. J Bree delivers a story that is decidedly more introspective, narrower in focus, and about relationships rather than the war being waged by our characters. Oh, we got some responses, but the overall story falters a bit, not in a bad way, but in a brilliant way.
The narrative mimics the experiences of our characters: characters making their way through an ever-evolving world, an increasingly intrusive enemy, and trying to rebuild a community devastated by the war they wage. All, of course, balancing the novelty of their ties… or at least for most of them. The last few books have had the explosive energy of reconnected magic, as well as plenty of action, but our characters have already discovered MOST of their secrets (erm… Nox). The question is no longer whether they commit or how people feel, the question is HOW to get out of it.
And the action and chaos of the previous books didn’t give them much time to build a new normal, a new stability, so the slower pace of this story gives us a chance to marvel at their momentum and marinate it, so Oli can reinforce He relates to each of his attachments, explores the dynamic with the still unattached and also finds the HAREM dynamic for this group. Most of her relationships with the children have been mended, but can they function as a unit with Oli (not in spite of her, as in previous books).
The story is therefore extremely intimate, even quite uniform at times. Oli reconciles many conflicting feelings: the devastation and betrayal of a loved one, the exhilaration of exploring their connection, the longing to need them with no strings attached, and her ever-present identity crisis when it comes to her struggle with her own inner connection, part of herself. I loved seeing Oli’s subtle but important growth in this story – this is a hero on the mend. She is maturing because she has found emotional security with MOST of her.
She finds her own purpose, balances her courage with her pragmatism, and learns that there is no greater power than love, family, and friendship. She has finally learned that she gets along better WITH her husbands than she does alone. Everyone finds their own role in the group and with Oli, but our men are also growing. Learn to love and care for Oli, not as they need it, but as SHE needs it… and learn to function as a group.
Trauma is a constant theme in this series, and in this fourth book the focus increases. Each of these characters has experienced trauma in some way: their connection helps some grow while others struggle with the truths they must face. Most of it is Nox, that’s the Covenant, which we don’t fully understand yet, but J Bree gives us some compelling writing on the wall. I love each and every one of them (although I adore North more, he’s so delicious in this book).
The ending is AWESOME. J Bree brutally crushes our hearts. I have no idea what that means, but I do know that the moment that culminates in this fourth book will mark this story forever. I desperately await answers.
If you haven’t yet read the other books in this series, STOP! Go back fast and read them first. This book will pick up from where the previous one left off.
We saw the horrible scene where Sage kills Dara at the end of the last book and I think we all screamed NO, that can’t be Sage! Well, obviously it was, but it’s not that simple.
Things are pretty bad right now with the polluted water and the fact that the Sanctuary is no longer a secret. Everyone’s safety is a priority, and finding out who or what led Sage to assassinate The Shield is also high on the list. Sage’s brother, Sawyer and Oli are determined to find out, starting the day before this happened.
Learning that Giovanna’s gift is mind control of her and that she is linked to Riley raises suspicions. Whether or not he was able to get to Sage through Riley is unclear at this point. Reason enough to follow them. They are staying at their parents’ house by the lake and it has been decided that Nox, Gryphon and Oli will bring them.
They are not there on the first day and that night we learn something very interesting about Nox and Oli’s bondage. They apparently hang out while the two of them are sleeping. Gryphon sees this and has a lot of questions, but business first.
The bonding conversation is very interesting and offers insights into North’s feelings about their bond. Nox has a very different relationship with him and it’s very clear why.
All of this leads to Sage and her bonding over him and the conversation before releasing him.
From here he gets even crazier. There are still so many unanswered questions, and as people become more wary of them, they need quick answers.
More battles in places we haven’t been, more connections, some new people, and much more to meet.
I couldn’t put this book down and it also gave me a book hangover. I read it twice before even starting this review. So much and so little information.
I can’t wait for the next book, I’m on Pins and Needles.
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