Teagan and Tyler are officially in for the fight of their lives.
Fallen For Shame, the next installment in The Glacial Blood Series
by Anna Edwards, is NOW AVAILABLE
Teagan Holland left her old pack under a cloud of prejudice. Her breed, an Asiatic wild dog, considered nothing but vermin. But as the Glacial Blood Pack are about to find out she is one the kindest people they will ever meet. The accident prone dog also has a strength within her that will be needed to help stave off the now homeless Nuka Lincoln’s attempts at revenge. Will she regret taking this job?
Tyler Quinn has been a fighter for the pack since he was eighteen. He is mysterious, and nobody knows that much about why he joined them. All they do know is that he is a fantastic cook and a bit of a computer geek. Behind the man he portrays is a secret that threatens to send him on a path that he thought he had left behind. Will the white powder be his downfall?
Fallen for Shame is the third book in the highly recommended Glacial Blood Series by the author Anna Edwards. It is set in a paranormal world full of drama, suspense and great love affairs. Plus it features a secret that must never be told for fear of the consequences.
A family isn’t always blood; it’s the people that accept you for who you are.
Although book three in the Glacial Blood Series, Fallen For Shame may be read and enjoyed as a standalone.
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Fly Girl’s Review:
Thank you for letting me get a chance to preview this one. It was good. Anna Edwards has a very unique modern voice in literature. She uses everyday words that will most likely be out of style in 20 years, but for now it really works. That is one great thing about her voice. So, with that said, there is a lot of cussing, sex, drug addiction, and prejudice. Her prologue touches on the issue of prejudice in today’s society, while the rest of the story addresses it from a personal view of Teagan. Anna covers this very well and I’m glad I got to read it and anyone who is dealing with prejudice in their own life should really take to heart how she makes Teagan use her voice to stand up for herself and be the hero that tries to make change for everyone.
Tyler’s story is really about guilt and addiction. She shows both of these really well also, however I would have liked to see him reach out for help before he went under, I think that would have been more positive in this case. I like how Tyler and Teagan’s love really overshadowed all the issues in their lives and how supportive of one another they were. That is what a good relationship, in my opinion, should look like. Me and my Loadmaster have that type of bond.
There is quite a bit of back story about the Glacial Blood pack in this book, that I think might have worked better if left out so this wasn’t a stand alone book or give more so it works better as a stand alone. Also, she gave too little information about many of the other pack members for you to get a gist of how everyone fits in. She did show how Tyler fit in right away in the story, but how Teagan fits in doesn’t really reflect until the end. That makes it more of an issue because the way she portrays many of the members they don’t have addressed roles and for a pack mentality this doesn’t work very well. There is a hint at the end for the next story in the series, Fighting the Lies.
Unfortunately becasue of those issues I’m only able to give this a 3.5 of 5 propellers. I think if she is able to fix some of the back stories in the next one and give more details on the entire pack, I’m sure, the next one will be closer to a 5 propeller read.
But here is the most POSITIVE reason I think people should read this book and the series as a whole. It is really relevant to issues in today’s world and makes good responses to them. It isn’t often that books take up the social mantel, but Anna Edwards does and does it well. Pick this one up today for a little social justice!! Nice job Anna. Can’t wait to see what the next book brings up.
3.5 of 5 Propellers
Connect with the Author:
Anna hails from the rural countryside near London. She previously worked as an accountant, and while she still does a bit of accountancy on occasion, the majority of her time is now spent writing and looking after her family.
An avid reader herself, Anna turned to writing to combat depression and anxiety after her diagnosis in 2015. She loves travel, hunky heroes with dirty mouths, demure but spunky heroines, and dramatic suspense. You will find all four woven into each of her magical stories.