Deep runs the world of magic and desire.Lindsay Carrington is a prisoner of his life first in the mundane world, then in the military testing facility where his parents sent him to have his magic dissected, studied and fixed When he finally escapes, freedom comes at great cost The man who rescues him from near death in a dark alley is far from a savior He s a feral magDeep runs the world of magic and desire.Lindsay Carrington is a prisoner of his life first in the mundane world, then in the military testing facility where his parents sent him to have his magic dissected, studied and fixed When he finally escapes, freedom comes at great cost The man who rescues him from near death in a dark alley is far from a savior He s a feral mage nearly as broken as Lindsay himself.Dane knows better than to argue with the wind that summoned him to Lindsay s rescue, but playing nursemaid isn t the role he envisioned for himself in the battle to end the human campaign to control his people In spite of his resistance, he is bound to the delicate, skittish mage who unwittingly harbors one of the greatest magical powers ever known.Lindsay desperately hides his growing desire, sure that Dane could never reciprocate Yet Dane lays his life on the line to protect him, restoring the one thing Lindsay thought was gone forever hope.But true freedom to live and to love will elude Lindsay until he can regain his magic and win Dane s complete devotion And survive long enough to do both.Warning Contains graphic language, violence and explicit erotic content.
Tatterdemalion Deep runs the world of magic and desire Lindsay Carrington is a prisoner of his life first in the mundane world then in the military testing facility where his parents sent him to have his magic diss

  • Title: Tatterdemalion
  • Author: Anah Crow Dianne Fox
  • ISBN: 9781609280376
  • Page: 476
  • Format: ebook
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    1. Tatterdemalion begins in frightening fashion. Lindsay, the young hero of the book has been captured and institutionalised. He’s a mage who has been handed over by his parents to be ‘cured’. This treatment involves keeping Lindsay drugged and subjecting him to horrific testing that leaves him outwardly in pain but inwardly numb, his magic trapped and broken inside him. When things go wrong, Lindsay escapes, only to be rescued by Dane, a twisted shifter mage whose magic is also broken, almos [...]

    2. Betrayed, broken and rebornWhat if you had something you never wanted and couldn't control? Lindsey's world is pain and more pain until the opportunity to make it all stop appears. Unleashed he scrambles for freedom. Dangerous.Dane is the muscle for a group of powerful and quiet people pushing and pulling the world to meet the goals they foresee. He tracks down Lindsey and a new chapter begins for both. Nice use of torture. Even nicer retribution. There's a keen, bright edge to the violence here [...]

    3. For lack of a better review, this was fantastic. So much going on and yet left me satisfied and wanting more at the same time. I have questions, a ton of them actually. It was like being dropped in the middle of a scene, with no back story. Not that it is bad, just I want more - bigger picture information - oh and I want more Dane and Lindsay!

    4. 4.5 starsTatterdemalion apparently means a person wearing ragged or tattered clothes, which is an apt description of the rather large main character Dane. Here the book plays on a really beloved pairing of the physically big, grunting man that is surprisingly tender and gentle with the tiny, cuddling but stubborn boy turned man. This is a combo that’s been used and abused so poorly in the past that the characters have been bad stereotypes in many, many novels. Yet here the great writing and re [...]

    5. Oh. My. Goodness. This is actually a 4.5Are you looking for an easy, unchallenging read, full of cliches? Then do not read this book. Are you looking for the same old tired m/m plot lines? Then don't read this book. Do you need to have everything explained to you upfront in great, info-dumping detail? Have all your questions answered? Then Don't Read This Book.From the first heart-pounding scene to the last, Tatterdemalion seizes the reader in both taloned fists and refuses to let go. Action and [...]

    6. I don't know what happened here. I read Slow Bloom and Uneven and this, in comparison, is a complete and utter chaos. It has all of the elements of a potentially good story, but at the same time there are lot of things missing (like first two chapters, for example) and there are a lot of things that do not need to be in the book at all. Some of the "WTH" moments, clumsy sentences aside:(view spoiler)[Flight from Germany to NY - 10 hours. Via what, North Pole on Harry's broomstick? Powerful ancie [...]

    7. The story started out well, poor Lindsey being tortured and then escaping, I was interested in his story. Then Dane was introduced and I liked him too. So what went wrong? The continuous use of words like; petting, snuggle, and cuddle. Dane kept referring to Lindsey as 'little bunny' and then they have hot sex. Hetero romances aren't this fluffy. The author crafted a dark interesting world and all the fluff ruined it.

    8. WOW!I'm surprised! I enjoy so much Lindsay and Dane love story!I could give 5 stars but there was a little problem ****Deserve 5 stars because.****I like so much all the mages details and how the magic was explain! I keep reading without stop mesmerized but the action, suspense and romantic scenes of this book. And, the incredible sweet grow of affection between the two main character is perfect! Dane will try to fight against this love (it's not a homophobic fear, but a fear of get involved wit [...]

    9. 3.5 StarA man of few words and many grunts, Dane, a lion, shape shifter or other since I still haven’t quite figured it out, till the end when all was revealed to me and he is written truly as the beast he’s being portrayed as in this book. The way he’s written from his dark, ruggedly handsome looks too his height and build, right down to his vocabulary when he converses and his tenderness for Lindsay is a very admirable trait for such a man as he. It just worked for me. It’s a shame tha [...]

    10. The story started out well, with poor Lindsey being tortured and then poor Lindsey escaping, I was interested in his sad sob story. Then Dane was introduced and I even liked him too Both Characters though I didn't get that special connection that is so vital at the beginning of a book. It felt like I was missing information on them both. Not to mention that the characters arn't consistent and I don't like how they interact unrealistically. (view spoiler)[ when dane dies and comes back and lindse [...]

    11. I grabbed this book because several people on my list give it at least 4 stars -- and I wholeheartedly agree with this. The story of Lindsay and Dane just breaks my heart. Lindsay is so broken after the abuse that he suffers from and seeing him slowly grown into somebody that is strong enough, from a boy to a young man, touches my heart. And then, Dane, his rescuer, the one standing on Lindsay's side every step of the way. Oh, they're breaking my heart! Honestly, I don't really pay attention to [...]

    12. 4.5 stars. Very good paranormal m/m romance about a young mage who's been imprisoned and experimented on until he manages to break free, then is rescued by a man who isn't exactly human I wish there'd been a bit more backstory and am very glad that I have the sequel queued up to read.

    13. I got as far as (view spoiler)[where Dane is resurrected (hide spoiler)] and I really wasn't enjoying this book. I don't understand the people who 'save' Lindsay, especially the old dude who is totally obsessed with Lindsay and Dane not hooking up, and Dane himself just gives off a super confusing vibe. I don't get Dane I don't get the darkness of the world I don't get the old dude I just don't get it.

    14. This is a luscious urban fantasy story that reminded me one of my favorite tv fiction, the one with a leo man living in an underground New York City. And I think the authors wanted also to play a bit with old legends and modern romance: the two main characters are a shapeshifter leo (even if until the end the reader and the other man is not understanding exactly what type of leo and how magical he is), Dane, who is gentle and caring, and as the hero of my youth favorite tv show, even if he has a [...]

    15. Little hard to follow at times, but an interesting story overallWarning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 7/10PROS: - The first scene is both exciting and unusual, so I was hooked right from the start. The plot continued to keep me entertained all the way through to the end, simply because it’s a little different than anything I’ve read before.- The hurt/comfort storyline is done very well here. Dane is strong and wild almost constantly except for when Li [...]

    16. Dane is a cursed shifter whose mage “boss” sends him to rescue a young mage who has been held against his will when his rich political family decided they wanted him “cured” of his magic. He’s basically been tortured and experimented on for two years. Dane is then assigned to take charge of Lindsay and help him get his magic fixed and thus begins their journey to Germany, Mexico, back and home all while trying to stay one or two steps ahead of the bad guys who are determined to get Lin [...]

    17. I am so confused. I like Anah Crow's book, Uneven. This one didn't do it as much for me. I don't know if I missed the first book or what is going on. I've pieced together some of the history, but I'm left with all these questions that make me go, WHAT ON EARTH!?I did like Dane ~ the shifter who was cursed. He is someone I could definitely like and want to be around. Lindsay. Gah, the poor bugger. I hope he controls his magic more and then tortures those bastards. Dr. Moore needs to be tortured f [...]

    18. The main characters could have been a cliché, Lindsay the abused boy, Dane the beast, yet they manage to get beyond the basic premise and engage the reader. You want to be witness to their redemption, you cheer when they move forward, cry when they have doubts or setbacks, bite your nailes when they are in danger, and in the end, enjoy their HEA. The universe they inhabit is richly detailed and believable. The secondary characters are never expendable.For some reason, though, I felt like there [...]

    19. This was an interesting (but not an easy) read. Definitely outside the usual fare that's offered. We are introduced to two damaged MC's. Their relationship is slow in building and not an easy road once started. At times I found the way the partnership was described slightly annoying; the strength of one and the neediness and insecurity of the other, but this wasn't enough to put me off the story.I loved the world building. It was set in a modern time in RL settings, but with magic and an old-wor [...]

    20. The story was good and gripping enough, the characters interesting. It's a book I would definitely recommend.What made me give it 4 instead of 5 stars is that I found it confusing and unfinished often. Like there was so much more to the story, but somehow it wasn't worth mentioning. But like I said, it is a great and fun read. Very much worth the time.

    21. Characters not fully realized, incomplete world building, missing inner monologues to explain character motivations. Lost patience after p. 159

    22. loved the book. great characters, great story, great plot. great everything I just hope the second book will be released soon ^^

    23. I didn't finish this one. Not my cup of tea. Maybe if I had given it more time, I may have gotten into it. I'm just not that patient.

    24. The whole book was very confusing. I spent most of it trying to guess what is happening, with no time or disposition to guess what was going to happen, however it was obvious that the good guys would beat the bad guys and the main characters would live happily ever after.

    25. Some books are light, fun while they last, and a month later I don't really remember them. Then there's a book like Tatterdemalion, which I will remember.Both protagonists are broken, and happily that damage, while heavy-duty, doesn't quite have the quality of baggage for the sake of baggage. The damage and the overcoming of it are integral to the evolution of the story. Dane, a gryphon shifter, inhabits a tattered body that can no longer shift. He is caught in between forms by broken magic (a c [...]

    26. Four stars? Five stars? I'm feeling generous, so why not five?This book was intense in its characters and emotional connections, especially the ones I made with Lindsay and Dane. Lindsay was such a genuine character, that from the start I was engaged and nervous and hopeful for him. Being immediately thrust into the midst of a horrifyingly painful, loud, and scary torture scene hooked me right into the plot, and the momentum that created only sped up as I met Dane, watched them struggle through [...]

    27. Lindsay Carrington is a young mage, held prisoner in some government facility, where he is being experiment on/tortured. He escaped one night, and is found, half dead, by a shifter named Dane, who took him to their headquarters. The experiments left Lindsay broken, as he cannot summon his magic without intense pain, and he is nowhere as powerful as he used to be. Dane is appointed to look after Lindsay and to help him to heal, all while the rogue government agents, and other supernatural enemies [...]

    28. It takes a lot of imagination to create a fantasy world. It takes even more to make our existing world fantastical but still believable. That is what these authors have done. It's not wholly original - in fact, it reminded me a great deal of the movie "Push", only with magic taking the place of psychic gifts - but it is done very well. I enjoyed that movie, and this book. Magic exists and the government tries to control those who can wield it - for the good of all, of course. The story opens wit [...]

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