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Summary

Things are going well for Roland Greene. High school is behind him, he has a sweet new ride, a good job, and he's making plans for his future. At 18, he's one of the strongest werewolves in his pack, and he already has more vampire kills than most wolves have in a lifetime. Life is good. Almost.

It's time for the annual pack gathering. Wolves from all over Maine come to take care of pack business and socialize - and to find mates. Everywhere Roland turns there are unmated females, and as the Alpha's nephew, he's prime mate material. The last thing he wants right now is a mate, and he'll do all he can to stay a free wolf.

Until he meets her.

©2017 Karen A. Lynch (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Leader of the pack

A fair while since I’ve read a paranormal story and this one turned out to be quite an enjoyable if not over exciting story line. A good pace throughout.

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A Return to form story

A good tie in story. It does help to have already heard the relentless trilogy. The two narration style works well. Looking forward to Fated being available on Audible.

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Absolutely loved these books. I hope there is a part 2 now they have finally mated xx

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Such a wonderful story!

I absolutely loved this book and I was delighted when I learned that Caitlin and Zachary were going to be doing the audio. Their dual narration of Haven is absolutely fabulous, they are both incredibly talented at the voices and drawing the listener completely into the story.
Fans of the series will love this so much!!! Easy 5 stars!!!!

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Haven

Yet another great book by a fantastic author. Really enjoyed everything about this book. The narration is fantastic. Would recommend this book to everyone I know.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 13-07-17

Top End YA title for both quality & subject matter

Haven is most appropriate for an older YA age group. It has enough quality to make for an enjoyable read for older adults like myself. Haven uses the overlapping mundane & supernatural world as the base to develop the storyline and characters. It picks up a few months after Rogue in the Relentless series, and tells the story of Emma going out on her own to live in Sara's old home. Emma grows to love the community, and Roland in particular. Roland has grown & matured himself. There is no escaping the mating bond, even with avoiding most of the female werewolves in town for the annual clan gathering. What I like best about this book is that the main characters treat love & sex with the respect they deserve. Not enough YA books give healthy examples of what is a very important part of life for most physically & mentally healthy, fully-developed human beings. Murder, mayhem, evil & death, set in dystopian societies, are accepted by too many male adult publishers as appropriate YA subject matter, but a healthy, loving relationship isn't. What's wrong with that picture? I'd like to think that a book like Haven balances out some of that publishing dreck.

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  • Hali Yvonne Slayter
  • 13-07-17

First audiobook was great!

This was my first audiobook - I picked a book I knew I loved and was very satisfied with the experience. I immediately purchased the rest of the series on audible as well. The narrators did a great job!

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  • KarenM of My Bookbag
  • 03-07-17

Really Brought the Story to Life

Would you listen to Haven again? Why?

I have already listened to the whole series again. It is a wonderful experience.

What other book might you compare Haven to and why?

Perhaps Hidden Wings, (by Cameo Renae), Runes, (by Ednah Walters), or (Un)Bidden, (by Melissa Haag). All of these books are also available at Audible

Which scene was your favorite?

I really like the scene in which Emma and Jordan are eating on the rooftop deck. Enter Harper... hilarious!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Not necessarily. Having already read the kindle version, the compulsion to find out what happens next is less of a burning issue.

Any additional comments?

I highly recommend the Relentless Series.

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  • Annabelle
  • 01-07-17

Amazing!

What made the experience of listening to Haven the most enjoyable?

Just getting to hear Roland's story.

What did you like best about this story?

EVERYTHING! Karen Lynch has a wonderful way of pulling you into the fantasy world her characters live in.

What does Caitlin Greer and Zachary Webber bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Familiarity with the characters. Caitlin and Zachary are part of the fantasy world Karen has created. just reading the book is great and all but I love the vocal characterizations so much more.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

both.

Any additional comments?

Can't wait to hear more from the Mohiri and Werewolves. Who knows, maybe a fairy story as well.

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  • Amanda Gilland
  • 07-07-17

I love this series.

I can't wait to hear about the rest of the group. Their world is captivating.

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  • Shawn Wood
  • 01-07-17

This audible is heaven

Omg listening to this is awesome. I loved the book but the audible adds another layer to the story. The narrator's whew awesome. I loved listening to every minute of this book..

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  • Princess Nagamifumi
  • 28-06-17

Wonderful!

I wad skeptical because of Webber's performance in Warrior but this was absolutely PHENOMENAL! Loved Greer in Karen's other books and she did not disappoint. The blend of these 2 together really brought this story to life for me. I'd read it already at its release and was itching for the audio book and it was definitely worth the wait. great work, everyone.

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  • Amber R. Wolfe
  • 02-07-17

Another great one

Loved it and I could not wait to finish it. I listened and listened until I reached the end. I just couldn't stop. Loved the story and can't wait for the new one to be available!

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  • Kristen
  • 09-01-18

Interesting story

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This book was the most enjoyable out of all of them though it did leave me wanting more description, character development and more struggles. This book was very quiet in comparison to the others with a interesting concept for the story line. As you read through the other books you get to know who and what Rolland is but the way that he was portrayed in this book seemed lacking his usual flirty flair. The love affair between Sarah and her beau was fiery, often explosive and extremely passionate not to mention emotionally draining to the reader while the development of the bond between Rolland and Emma in this book lacked the intensity the authors readers have come to expect.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-01-18

Nice side of Rolands story and a really sweet read

when you read the first stories you can't help but wonder what happens to the others after Sarah and Nickolai have their bond and go on. this is a great read and is a nice closure to Emma and Rolands story.

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