[Download] ➻ Mate Me [If You May] (The Millennium Wolves, #0.5) ➼ Sapir Englard – Agedanna.info

Mate Me [If You May] (The Millennium Wolves, #0.5) I LOVE IT! I love the strong female lead and how dominant she is plus the whole romance story. The first book wasnt written well at all. There were tons of grammatical errors it was hard to read, but I did enjoy the story, so I kept on. But I can tell you I've officially given up. The fact that it's on the galatea app, is frustrating. The background music is unnecessary, you can only read one chapter a day, or pay double that the book is worth in point to read more. Why not just get your book actually published? It would also be nice if it was removed from ads for other apps like inkitt, so people dont download the app to be vastly disappointed when they realized that it has gone to galatea too. During The Mating Season, Every Werewolf Must Find A Partner To Help Relieving The Sex Craze, Aka The Haze Since All Werewolves Who're Sixteen And Onward Have Sex During The Season, It Is Widely Regarded As A Social Code Not Sienna Mercer Nineteen And Very Much A Werewolf, Sienna Prefers The Human Way Of Waiting For The Right Guy, Or In Her Case Her Future Mate, Even If It Means Suffering A Great Deal Of Sexual Torture During The Mating Season But The Season Isn't Called 'Mating' For Nothing, For The Stakes Of Meeting Your Mate Throughout The Season Are Much Higher Than Usual, And With The Season In Full Swing And A Certain Alpha's Contemplative Interest, Sienna Finds That, Most Likely, This Season She'll Be Virgin No More The story line of this book is cute but I'm. A little frustrated with the fact that I have to wait to continue to read it or pay out the ass. I tried reading it everywhere it says I can just to be redirected to galeta I'm not sure if the author even comes here because she has probably heard this many times. First off, I hope that your share of the profits from Galatea is substantial enough to cover your schooling (I read about that in an article). The platform realized the blurb for your book would hook people in and the writing is actually good! It's no surprise your book is one of the top sellers and the profits for the app from this book alone is over $1 million! You made the app worth the creators time. However, the fact that readers get maybe a 1/4 of a chapter each day is frustrating. To read the entire book, I would either need to pay over $60 or wait 180 days. I cringed at the idea of paying $60 for a college textbook years ago and would never pay it for a fiction book unless it is a rare book. When I get a new phone in a few weeks, I will lose the chapters I have unless I keep reading it on my old phone. It's kind of ridiculous. Please consider publishing your books via Amazon or another platform. Galatea hooked us in and I think you'll find people will actually google you to find your book elsewhere if you publish. Nice quick read in one sitting, great characters and HEA, grammar etc needs work but since it’s self published on inkitt I’m not going to criticise too much, but nice story. Cute, quick readkept me entertained on my flight. Yes there was issues with grammar etc but let's not forget 50 shades of grey before we start complaining 😉 I enjoyed reading this book but I'm not a fan of the format of reading this book. Your only allowed to read one chapter per day, literally 1 in a 24 hour period. You can skip ahead if you buy points. The amount of points needed to download each book to me, doesn't seem worth it. The book series is available through the Galatea app. I wish I could read the series like other book series, all available at once either digital or hard copy. Well I try to read this story to be honest I like it so I upload the Galatea app.
But I hate it to have to wait every time before you can read a new episode. And to buy the point and read with them is for my opinion very very expensive.
I prefer to read a story all at once and just buy a book or a epub book so I can read it when I want. not very very small parts every day.
Sorry not for me this expensive Galetea app. I feel sad that this writer had it done this way and not by a normal publisher. God himself could not do enough to get me to read the rest of this series, or the rest of this author’s work.

The spelling and grammar were terrible, I have to assume this was written with her eyes closed, and spell check offthere is no feasible way auto correct (even on an iPhone) wouldn’t catch at least some of these errors.

The plot can be summed up in one word : rushed. They meet, almost immediately he bites her, then they’re dry humping and she hates him, but then she loves him, then bam they’re “mated” story over all other subplots are forgotten. Her constant angst about having sex with him? One session of dry humping and it doesn’t matter. Her worry over her dead friend Emily? One trip on a Ferris wheel, and one “panty dropping look” and it doesn’t matter. The whole big todo about the millennium wolves showing up? She runs off and has a cry about her relationshipit doesn’t matter.

There are not enough words to describe exactly how bad the sex scenes are. The words used to describe the characters anatomy constantly change from dick to cock, and pussy to cunt making each sex scene jarring. Not to mention the moment where the word boob is actually used, in the middle of a sex scene, in a book, for adults. Yeah. When the two lovers finally do have sex we get treated to him just ramming it right in there, and in the heat of the moment she describes him as ‘going so deep she can feel him touching her womb’. But to top it all off, almost every sex scene reads a bit like sexual assault as she always tells him to stop and get off her her, and some even have her crying!

But wait there’s more! The book doesn’t just stop at hints of sexual assault, it actually gives us an attempted rape scene which serves no actual purpose other than to push forward the romance. It happens, she’s saved half way through, she has a cry about it and then the next day is fine, it’s never brought up, or discussed again (except for her to think how great of a guy her lover is because he saved her from it). But wait there’s more! Get ready for some casual racism as the main character describes any POC she comes across. Like someone’s girlfriend she describes as being “black, short and round, with wild dark locks and big, dark eyes. She was the ultimate AfricanAmerican mamabear.” Not to mention to moments of casual ableism and slut shaming.

Overall this book is a garbage fire, and there is no amount of post release editing in the world that could save it.

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