Unsettled Conditions

Unsettled Conditions The horrific events in Cold Front leave Dek and Ren damaged and estranged but they can t walk away from the past or each other Unknown forces take an unseemly interest in them and they must turn to

  • Title: Unsettled Conditions
  • Author: Ann Somerville
  • ISBN: 9781452305073
  • Page: 382
  • Format: ebook
  • The horrific events in Cold Front leave Dek and Ren damaged and estranged, but they can t walk away from the past or each other Unknown forces take an unseemly interest in them, and they must turn to some unlikely allies for help.

    • ↠ Unsettled Conditions || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Ann Somerville
      382 Ann Somerville
    • thumbnail Title: ↠ Unsettled Conditions || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Ann Somerville
      Posted by:Ann Somerville
      Published :2019-012-21T06:32:50+00:00

    Ann Somerville

    Ann Somerville grew up in one of Australia s prettiest small cities In 1989, she left Australia with a BA and a burning ambition to see of the world and its people, and to discover this culture thing people kept telling her about In 2006, she returned home to Southeast Queensland with two degrees this time in science and IT , an English husband and a staggering case of homesickness, vowing never to leave Australia again.Her long, plot driven fiction featuring gay and bisexual characters has been published by Samhain Publishing and elsewhere.

    861 Comment

    • I find Ren and Dek captivating. This was a great followup to the first book; no quick fixes here. I didn't like it as much as book one though, because that was a classic whodunnit (or rather, who-is-doing-it), and this is instead about a shadowy cabal of evil. The general and non-specific will always be less gripping than the personal. Great world-building and characterization as always.

    • so bloody awesome

    • Another author would have left things as they were at the end of the Cold Front, but, apparently not Ann Somerville. Bravo! For those who loved Ren and Dek, this will not be an easy book to read, but it wasn't intended to be. It deals with the aftermath of Ren's kidnapping, which influences his entire life: his relationship with Dek, his profession, his talent, their friends It was painful to read some of the events in this book, but also a pleasure: how, beneath the hurt, Ren remained a wonderf [...]

    • Rating: 2.5I kind of wished I never read this sequel to Cold Front. What I didn't like:1) No more Ren narration - while Cold Front was narrated by both Dek and Ren, Unsettled Condition is narrated by Dek and a new character. A new character that I cared nothing for, since he had the maturity of a ten year old and is in a relationship with another person whom I cared for even LESS. A good 1/3 to 1/2 of the book was taken up by said character's narration. I'll be honest: about a third of the way t [...]

    • Found it's too focused on new couple while story about Dek and Ren still aren't finish (for me it's still aren't finish even after UC ended but it's just me crazy for an extremely happy end;) ). The world weren't strong created as in Kei series and I was a bit confusing. Wish Ren too took part in narrated his stories, about how he felt. Anyway I hope there will be more about them.

    • Serious wtf moment when I started this, but it worked, great plot interesting twists & love the dynamic between ren & Del

    • I regret reading this book, I really did not enjoyb it. And to think it follows Cold Front, which was a very, very good book (5 stars)! I feel like Ren and Dek's story has been soiled.

    • It was going pretty great.And then Dek happened.Dear god, Dek.This is what I wrote as I read:Dek annoys me greatly? He professes to be available to Ren when he wants support, professes to understand, but really, his actions and reactions just show how little he DOES understand? Like, he wants to be available to Ren, but only the way he wants to be available, not the way Ren wants. And this whole taking-the-thing-with-his-sister-in-law personally thing Like, it just infuriates me because it smack [...]

    • OMG! I loved this! But on the other hand I hated how Ren and Dek were estranged. I loved them as a couple in "Cold Frot", so the way their relationship had deteriorated had my skin crawling. Anyway, no matter how much it rubbed me the wrong way, I could see how likely it was when two strong and determined personalities clash like Ren and Dek obviously did.The love/hate I have for this story makes me give this story 4.5 stars. I would have given it 5 stars, but because I really really didn't like [...]

    • What a wonderful series. There is so much to appreciate. I loved the side characters. The world building was mostly done in the previous book. The plot in this one was interesting and linked two love stories together beautifully.The last Scene was probably the best I've ever read from a Dom's POV. The motivation, care and the way it panned out may not suit the expectations and preconceptions of the average mm reader, but I thought it was fabulous.This is one of the best sequels, I have come acro [...]

    • I still love Ren and Dek but it was hard to see them so far apart following Ren's return and harder still to really understand the reason for it until almost the end of the book.I didn't enjoy this story as much, I think because I'm not a fan of "shadow" organizations. I like my villains front and center :)And the torture was another rough patch to deal with. Even though not TOO many details we written outright.A happy ending I just hope its an ever after ending also.

    • Perfect conclusion to the series. Loved it.

    • Ann Somerville has a couple of consistent weaknesses in plot and character development, but her world building is top notch and her stories are solid- she misses very little. This is a very complex plot running over several books, but it all pulls together beautifully and doesn't leave gaps or holes. Dek and Ren are interesting and sexy and definitely worth reading about, but the story stands separate from the romance as well, which is something few m/m authors accomplish.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *