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Barbarossas Bitch review ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Dylan Taggert was one of the few people lucky enough to wake up the morning after the world ended But as humanity picks up the pieces he uickly learns that there is no place for a gay computer programmer in a subsistence farming community Hounded out of one settlement and haSelf a useful part of the pack Over the years he earns himself a place clothing and his membership marks But the wheel keeps turning and once again things are changing for the wildpack The settlements are stronger The trade routes are secure again And they are growing older with every winter They have lived through the end of the old world Now they face living through the end of their new world as well. A great read The story is told from Dylan's POV and he narrates via his diary entries which aren't dated and are random and events he has endured There isn't any chronological order to them but if you're like me and you have a tendency of wanting the story told in certain order than your out of luck The best solution I found was try not to think to hard and just read the story to the end since it all makes sense although it seems like there are some contradictions here and there The world development was fantastic and the author did a wonderful job painting a picture of how badly the world became after the Apocalypse and how it all came back The treatment of Dylan aka Kane by Barbarossa seemed a bit rough but Kane never complained and the way the author voiced his love for Barbarossa kind of eased the cruelty of it all for me I did have a difficult time in imagining Kane actually going up against Ryder It just seemed out of character for him since it was stated several times that he wasn't a fighter Even so I found the story riveting and I didn't want to put it down

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Wildpack The ferociously masked leader Lord Barbarossa sees something in Dylan that he wants and he keeps the programmer as the pack makes its round of the settlements The wildpack serves as defenders trade caravan circuit riding judge and priest and mail carrier for the settlements And Dylan now called Kane serves Lord BarbarossaBut Kane wants to be than just a warlord's toy and sets about making him. This story didn't speak to me I couldn't really enjoy this post apocalyptic world settings Somehow this violence raping and killing didn't ring of a true chosen love Anyway every story tells a story and this one is uniue Mostly I didn't like the writing style

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Barbarossas BitchDylan Taggert was one of the few people lucky enough to wake up the morning after the world ended But as humanity picks up the pieces he uickly learns that there is no place for a gay computer programmer in a subsistence farming community Hounded out of one settlement and harried out of another Dylan keeps his wagon packed and his walking boots readyAll that changes when he is captured on the road by a. Surviving the best he can in a post apocalytic world is one man who serves as a pet to his lord BarbarossaWell that's one deceptive blurb; the story was significanty different than I expected So my depraved non con friends this story isn't the terror you're hoping for and everyone else who read that blurb thinking Holy cow No you may be pleasantly surprised Now that isn't to say that there aren't exotic elements to the story knife play and Ms but the telling is actionadventure than erotic Nonetheless even with the skimpy time given the knives and torment I was invested in reading it and wondering which direction it was going to head since I got my original markers so wrong from the blurb There are plenty of surprises in the characters which are well wrought Dylan aka Kane is the narrator and his journey to find a place in the After is interesting and the reasoning for the existence of the wildpacks are valid The play between Kane and Barbarossa who has a few surprises as well as the rest of the pack is intriguing and definitely kept the plot moving It's not easy to cover over a decade in a story at this length and provide enough detail to span the years but it succeeds Personally I really like stories that delve into societal hierarchies and how power is grasped maintained andor subverted BARBAROSSA'S BITCH really is uite a thoughtful gem in that respect with the realistic portrayal of governance in the After The one gripe the thing that drove me nuts is the seemingly random pattern for ordering the scenes Honestly I thought about graphing them to see if there was a logic to it but resisted as that seemed a little OCD and I was enjoying it if aggravated All it did beside confuse the heck out of the reader was slow the pace of the story down which in the beginning wasn't so bad but as we approached the climatic scene got frustrating since it all but hobbled it Anyway this was a fun motorcycle gang read that has heart and brains that I was expecting It should appeal to UF fans and readers who enjoy a good dystopian tale with some kink tossed in Favorite uote Love is the spark of God in each one of usA copy was provided to me for a No Glitter Blown reviewReviewed for Hearts On Fire Reviews