The Defeat of Lawson

The Defeat of Lawson Sometimes you can t get away from who you are No matter how hard you run Ever since Marty had his first shift and nobody saw it he s kept his big fat Cougar secret to himself After all he has a gr

  • Title: The Defeat of Lawson
  • Author: Stephani Hecht
  • ISBN: 9781771119337
  • Page: 359
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes you can t get away from who you are No matter how hard you run Ever since Marty had his first shift and nobody saw it, he s kept his big, fat, Cougar secret to himself After all, he has a great life He has loving parents, he s in his senior year of college, and he has a bright future in front of him That all changes one night when he is attacked by a groupSometimes you can t get away from who you are No matter how hard you run Ever since Marty had his first shift and nobody saw it, he s kept his big, fat, Cougar secret to himself After all, he has a great life He has loving parents, he s in his senior year of college, and he has a bright future in front of him That all changes one night when he is attacked by a group of Ravens When Lawson sees the tall man being confronted by the Ravens, he knows he has to go help the guy Once the fight is over, Lawson is shocked to find out that Marty is a Lost Shifter Against Marty s will, Lawson takes the Cougar back to the coalition for his own safety But Marty vows he ll escape at the first opportunity Will Lawson be able to convince Marty that it s safer to stay with the coalition If so, what will they do about their growing attraction to one another

    One thought on “The Defeat of Lawson”

    1. Finally got caught up, reading the last three parts of this series one after the other. Final opinion: Same old, same old Why do I keep reading these again? Sigh

    2. Marty & Lawson, loved, loved them! I loved how Marty defended and spoke up for Lawson and the other Hawks. While I know a few book ago the Hawks and Felines had a big, drawn out fight for the tension brewing between them. The things that Marty brought up were correct and justified. I hope this makes them a tighter unit, and cements a more unified coalition. But the cliff hanger we are left with at the end of the book, wow!!! I cannot wait until the next book in this series and I hope I will [...]

    3. I love these books, they're an easy read. One thing that really bugs me though is the "forget your family" thing. If I was told not to contact my parents who loved and raised me for 20 years, I'd be devasted and f**king furious despite that contacting them would be dangerous. It seems that in these books the is case; be devasted, get over it but hey, here's a new family to replace the ones we took away from you. Seems slightly insulting, detached and not that believable.

    4. Typos, typos. In one place Marty is called Mark and in another he is called Mary. There are mIxed tenses that should easily have been rectified. What ever happened to proof reading? So irritating and kind of lazy, as if the publisher just couldn't be bothered.It is a pity because this carelessness spoils an otherwise nice short shifter read in a really enjoyable series. :(

    5. Mostly enjoyable. Nice to have someone that doesn't turn out to be all gung ho about the fighting lifestyle. Marty just wants to get minimal training so he's not such a wimp.Best part of this particular book is getting glimpses behind some of the Hawks attitudes and how Marty tells them off.

    6. Same old, same old. The only thing that change from one story to the next in this series, is the names of the MC's and their inner animal. And and even that sometimes confused the author. Oh, where to find a good proof reader when you need one!

    7. I loved the "clearing of the air" between the felines and the hawks, but the relationship between Marty and Lawson seemed to be rushed and glazed over. Even Marty's shifting was built up only to become a "by-the-way" in the end. Such a let-down.

    8. From the time Marty discovered what he was inside, he has hidden that part of him. One night on campus he is attacked by stinky dudes who turn out to be Ravens. Now his life is forever altered and he is not sure it is a good thing.Lawson is unable to walk away when he sees Ravens attacking one lone man. When the fight is over and the dust settles he realizes Marty is one of the Lost Shifters.Lawson is determined to reunite Marty those who are searching for him. Marty is determined to return to h [...]

    9. LawsonMarty3 starsRead December 2015~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sometimes you can’t get away from who you are. No matter how hard you run. Ever since Marty had his first shift and nobody saw it, he’s kept his big, fat, Cougar secret to himself. After all, he has a great life. He has loving parents, he’s in his senior year of college, and he has a bright future in front of him. That all changes one night when he is attacked by a group of Ravens.When Lawson sees the tall man being confronted by the [...]

    10. Wrong names :( I can overlook a lot, but wrong MC names is not one of them.I kind of wished Marty would have said a big eff you to Mitchell in the beginning. (view spoiler)[To keep his family safe, they have to mourn him and think Marty died :( Not cool. I would have said adios and left. (hide spoiler)]Loved Marty sticking up for Lawson and vice versa. It was nice to see.

    11. Typical of Stephani's latest style in this series. Bad bay (really ahole) Lawson has a revelation about his past behaviour and redeems himself, all for the Lost shifter he finds in the opening pages. The story focuses on the lives of Lawson and Marty and the hostility that still exists between the felines and hawks. Shane makes an interesting appearance.A must read for the fans.

    12. 3.5 starsCute story. Not a lot different from many of the other books but this one does have a little more too it. I wished we would have seen a little more struggle by Lawson but cute anyway. I have enjoyed this series even if at times it isn't the best of writing.

    13. better then the last few books. Hope the new assassins introduced at the end bring some life into this series. Always love me so Shane.

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