Magpie

Everet has found his perfect place in the nest As a raven, he s ideally suited to his new role in the nest s security flock Some of the jobs it entails have been far enjoyable than others, but when he s called to retrieve a magpie, who s got himself into trouble in a local human club, it becomes a truly life changing experience.Magpie shifters have always been lookeEveret has found his perfect place in the nest As a raven, he s ideally suited to his new role in the nest s security flock Some of the jobs it entails have been far enjoyable than others, but when he s called to retrieve a magpie, who s got himself into trouble in a local human club, it becomes a truly life changing experience.Magpie shifters have always been looked down on by other avians Just as attracted to shiny things in their human bodies as they are in their avian forms, everyone knows they ll do anything for money and they re not above stealing what they can t get by honest means.Kane knows what being a magpie means, and he s got the bruises to show for it When Everet rescues him from his latest scrape, Kane knows better than to believe the raven will actually take an interest in him and his welfare, but it s just possible that Everet is different to any other man Kane has ever met.Please Note This book is best read in order as part of the Avian Shifters series The previous stories are Duck and Celebrate.Please also note This is the second edition of this title It has been tweaked and re edited, but the plot has not changed.
Magpie Everet has found his perfect place in the nest As a raven he s ideally suited to his new role in the nest s security flock Some of the jobs it entails have been far enjoyable than others but when he

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  1. Review written June 27, 20163.8 Stars - Touching and truly romantic**********************************************Once again back in the Nest where the story in book #1-Duck (5 stars) also started. I loved, loved, so very much loved that first in this bird shape-shifter series. Then it was a unforgettable lovely Swan-duckling and a Dom Hawk. This second Magpie is about a tough dark haired Raven (Everet) and a flamboyant gorgeous blond Magpie (Kane)# Everet has found his perfect place in the nest. [...]

  2. The second installment of the Avian Shifter series introduces us to Kane, a magpie, and Everet, a raven. Magpies like shiny things, so this is for you, Kane, you bratty, little, shiny diamond. Enjoy.We're introduced to Kane in a not so becoming light. He's been caught stealing… Anyone else just hear Jane's Addiction?… ahem, from the humans and is being beaten to a pulp. Everet, as part of nest security is called to intervene, so Kane doesn't sully the name of avians everywhere. KaneKane is a [...]

  3. I enjoyed this immensely.If you want to know what the book is really about, Cupkita’s review says it all. However, I must say I totally agree with Emma Sea’s review. This was a wasted opportunity.Yes, I’m aware Duck! is too good to be true but that wasn’t exactly my issue with Magpie. I lowered my expectations as much as possible and I must say it was paid off. I was pleasantly surprised. I could easily dive into Kim Dare’s words effortlessly and into her intoxicating avian world once [...]

  4. TLDR = Average. Exactly the same as one of Dare's shorter books, but spread out over 220 pages. I can see what Dare was trying to do here, but I'm not convinced it's been succesfully handled. In keeping with the fairy-tale based nature of the Avian Shifters series, the overall theme is transformation, but instead of Duck!'s pre-determined biological transformation from ugly duckling to swan, here it is the more interesting transformation of junkie rent boy to honest contributing member of societ [...]

  5. 2.5 Stars.I really had high hopes for this, especially since I loved Duck! despite my usual ambivalence towards BDSM. I thought this was going to be the perfect setup for some wonderful hurt comfort, but instead I was just mostly annoyed and frustrated with one of the main characters.Kane is a magpie, a bird that’s not too high on the social totem pole. It’s in his very nature to be easily swayed by the superficial and shiny, taking what catches his fancy without thinking about potential con [...]

  6. 4 HeartsI absolutely LOVED ‘Duck!’ so I knew it would be hard to read this book and not compare the two. I tried my hardest to read this as a book on its own, to not continue comparing it to ‘Duck!’. I think for the most part I succeeded, but there was always that little part of me that thought, “this is not as good as Duck!”.I honestly think that was mostly to do with Kane. Kane is a Magpie, and everyone knows they have no morals and will do anything, or anyone, for their little pie [...]

  7. 4.5 stars - I dithered a bit on giving this 4 or 5 stars and in the end decided this story has so many things going for it, that a 4.5 was in order and I rounded up.What I liked most:The author didn't take the easy road and give us a sweet, sweet story that made Duck such a huge success with BDSM and MM fans. No, she chose to give us a prickly character in the form of Kane, a Magpie with tendencies toward addiction and thievery. Kane was not immediately likeable like Ori, rather we were shown ju [...]

  8. 3.5 starsDisclaimer: I really enjoyed Duck, the first book in Kim Dare's Avian Shifters series. This one, not so much, and I'm not entirely sure why. I think it comes down to a few differences. 1. This is light on the BDSM, and it turns out I preferred the BDSM aspect of Duck to the whole shifter thing. Birdsh. I like the idea, but they're all just a bit.lised. I want to see ravens pecking eyeballs out or something, I think. Or is that crows? Whatever it is, I want my birds of prey to be scary, [...]

  9. This second book in the Avian Shifter series, the story of a magpie and a raven, is just as amazing as the first. The world-building continues to be excellent, adding a few new touches to an avian culture that is utterly believable and fascinating. This story is about a battle against inner demons for the magpie as well as hope for his redemption, all within a D/s setting that is meant to give structure and clarity where there was none before. Kane is a magpie. They are total outcasts in avian s [...]

  10. I cannot tell a lie.I was on pins and needles waiting for this to be released and I HATED IT! *look away Kim! I still love you, let me finish, blows kisses* seriously I didn't get and didn't want to understand Kane. Ugh. What an egocentric, bratty, crabby patty, pretentious, UNGRATEFUL crack head! .quicksilver crack me ish. What kind of rent-a-Dom was Everett *seizure eye roll* and a hornet must've flown up Hamilton's urethra because.WTH happened to him? <==== You must explain this Dare-lady! [...]

  11. There are so many different cages in the world and it is interesting to see which ones we choose to lock ourselves into. Kane-- a young man using a lot of self-destructive crutches to make it thorough life.Everet-- a nest protector who finds that duty can lead to unexpected discoveries.Everet's compassion and support of Kane as he struggles to redefine himself and preconceived notions of his kind underline the beauty of this love story.

  12. First I hated Hamilton (the eagle leader of the nest) more in this book than the last book. He's a right asshat who needs someone to point out he is neither flawless nor infallible. Just because he is the leader does not mean he is always right.Okay, I feel much better having gotten that off my chest. Second, if you haven't read Duck!, it would really help you understand the society and Raynard & Ori better. While they're not the main focus of this story, they do appear multiple times in it. [...]

  13. I liked Everet and Kane. I also liked that Kane wasn't "cured" but learned to live with his imperfections like so many of us. I appreciated that the love was a slower build despite the early sex. The "shiny" room scene was sexy and adorable and I was pleased Kane was able to find a way to cope with his addiction. The jail scene was also really sweet for Everet and Kane. The interaction between Ori and Kane was well done and it was nice to find them learn to be friends. I also enjoyed catching up [...]

  14. 3.5 Stars. I enjoyed both reading and listening to this story. I have to say that I truly disliked the magpie MC, Kane in the beginning. I hung in there with the story because it was obvious that his redemption was the basis for the arc of the story. He begins as a beat up thief, whore, and addict. Everet, a crow shifter in charge of security, brings him into the Nest for discipline and volunteers to become responsible for him, to become his master. Kane is a complete brat, but slowly, Everet’ [...]

  15. This second book in the 'Avian Shifter' series, the story of a magpie and a raven, is just as amazing as the first. The world-building continues to be excellent, adding a few new touches to an avian culture that is utterly believable and fascinating. This story is about a battle against inner demons for the magpie as well as hope for his redemption, all within a D/s setting that is meant to give structure and clarity where there was none before.Kane is a magpie. They are total outcasts in avian [...]

  16. Kim Dare has a way of making me feel for characters and sympathize with their choices and predicaments even if I don't always agree with them. Kane, a drug addicted prostitute with a sarcastic mouth and very little going for him at first glance except his looks, should have made me hate him. Yet, the author showed those readers who cared to read deeply enough exactly what made him the man he'd become. And through that understanding, she makes us come to love and want to protect him from harm.Ins [...]

  17. Kane was used to being used. He’s used to being treated like a whore. He’s used to being beaten black and blue and having to steal to survive.Kane has been living with humans and without a nest for years. Whoring himself for his next hit or new shiny object, assuming he pays for his shiny object. Finally, the humans are sick of him and call the local nest to come get their magpie. Everet, one of the security officers from the nest, was called to get Kane. Now, some background on Magpies. Mag [...]

  18. Hit!! This is book 2 in Kim Dare’s Avian Shifters series, this one features a Magpie Kane and a Raven Everett. What I immediately liked about this one is the difference between Ori inand Kane in this story. Ori was quiet, shy, sweet, while Kane is angry, defensive, combative and filled with attitude, drug addict and thief. Of course as you get into the story you learn why Kane is this way and my heart just ached for him. Everet is the in-nest security leader and a Dom. He is exactly what I wou [...]

  19. This takes place in the same world asand Ori and Raynard have prominent enough guest appearences so it makes sense to read Duck! first.Unlike Duck! it is clearly not an enchanted fairytale, instead it revolves around the same basic concept (change), explores D/s from an entirely different tangent (even though the rules stay the same, which makes the two a super-interesting and insightful read when read back-to-back). It has less sex, and more UST, but that's no bad thing. It also contains one of [...]

  20. Not sure how Ms. Dare does it. For the first 60% of the book, I'm thinking, just kill Kane. It's a humane death. He's obviously a strung out thieving whore incapable of redemption. He's also a manipulative brat with poor impulse control. He's despicable in every way. I like Everet. He is so controlled and patient. I honestly can't understand what he sees in Kane. The way Ms. Dare depicts Kane, he's a lost cause.The caring Everet shows on Kane is impressive. Taking the punishment for Kane is not [...]

  21. I'm surprised but I love this book!I really like Kim Dare, she is one of my need-to-buy authors and I was excitedly expecting this book, when the book came out I got it but didn't read, I was saving it for the weekend, then the book didn't get good reviews or ratings with my GR friends and I was a little (or a lot) wary to read it.I started reading it this week, slowly because I didn't had a lot of time, but I really wanted to finish the book and read it from start to finish in one sitting, I al [...]

  22. After Duck, I hoped for improvement, because the idea of an avian shifter society has such potential. Unfortunately I got the same- minimal plot, minimal characterization, just sex scenes strung together like a porno movie. This fantasy world could be so interesting if the author explored it and took the time to delve into the details. Wasted opportunity, IMO. If I can't relate to the characters at all, I can't get into the story. Add to that a weak plot, and its just not for me. Too bad. It had [...]

  23. I feel the need to reread Duck! in an attempt to purge this one from my memory.

  24. Rarely have I received as much pleasure from $5.99 as I did when I read Kim Dare’s “Magpie”. Like one of the breed that starred in her latest avian shifter story, I had been eyeing off the bright, shiny offering as soon as it was released, not daring to get too close in case it wasn’t as glittering as the previous book, “Duck”.I shouldn’t have worried. From the first page, she had me as enthralled with the story as Kane was by any coveted trinket. In fact, as I read, I could identi [...]

  25. Yay! This book makes me happy! Kim Dare does one of the best jobs when it comes to getting me to connect to her characters and this book was no different. It seems that so many D/s books focus on the thoughts/feelings of the sub and leave the Dom as this sort of blank wall of perfection and bossiness. Sometimes I'm cool with that but I do love the books where you get into both characters' heads and this book definitely did that. Normally I don't go for the bratty sub character, but I just loved [...]

  26. *4.5 STARS*I couldn't give this one a full 5 stars like I did for Duck! because it was hard for me to get into in the beginning. I felt like it dragged a bit. It picked up for me in the middle and once that happened I was hooked.I loved Everet and his calm dominance. It was quite sexy. I didn't particularly care for Kane until the end, but he redeemed himself for me. I loved seeing Ori and Raynard again. They are just such a lovely couple.I really hated Hamilton. I thought he was a dick for no r [...]

  27. Love this book! Duck! Is such a tough act to follow and I was a bit nervous that Kim Dare would have replicated the Duck! Storyline. Thank goodness she didn't! Since I hate posting spoilers I'll just state that Magpie, is a story that teaches self worth, learning to trust and rising above the stereotypes/ labels. Magpie ultimately was a delightful read. Can't wait for more!

  28. 2015 Re-read:Ah. Beautiful. Some editing errors aside, this is a perfect book to me.It’s funny that I was somewhat leery to re-read this one; my memories supplied a lot more difficulty in adjusting to Kane and much more worrying about what might happen than was the case this time around. Maybe because I already knew.The story states early on (in a clear, foreshadowing kind of way) two of the major upheavals that are going to happen later on. ((view spoiler)[Simply by stating them as worst case [...]

  29. I really liked the first book, Duck!, but I wasn't sure if I could deal with my hatred for the nest again. They are SUCH ass-hats! It was better this time, since the MC Everett is actually the head of security that was put in place as part of Ori and Reynard's mission to make the nest safer and better for the lower ranking avian's. In my review for Duck! I mentioned several unknowns about this world and this nest that kinda drove me crazy, Ms. Dare seemed to make an effort to address a lot of th [...]

  30. I love these books. This one had more tension and wasn't nearly as sweet and fairy tale-ish as Duck!, but it had the same lovely imagery and fascinating culture. I'm not going to reiterate the glowing reviews regarding the romantic and erotic parts of this story. The BDSM is a small part, going more into D/s themes like responsibility, trust, and who really has the control.I am going to meta for a minute, because I can't keep the thoughts from spilling over. (view spoiler)[I'm going to go out on [...]

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