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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Reaper Bevyn Coure had never wanted a companion of his own. He didn’t need a woman because they complicated things. For one of his kind, women were trouble and that was trouble he had no intention of taking upon himself.
But after the death of a friend, in a low moment in a seedy bar, in a town smack dab in the middle of nowhere, Coure came up against the one woman he coul Reaper Bevyn Coure had never wanted a companion of his own.
But after the death of a friend, in a low moment in a seedy bar, in a town smack dab in the middle of nowhere, Coure came up against the one woman he could not resist. Lea Walsh had been minding her own business, sweeping the floor of the bar, trying to ignore the handsome man whose deadly eyes were staring at her from the mirror behind the bar, whose strong hands cupping the whiskey glass made her body clench. When he demanded she accompany him to his room, she knew her life would never be the same.
While this story is a standalone, it is recommended the Western Wind books be read in order for better reader enjoyment and understanding.
Lea WalshBevyn Coure. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Her Reaper’s Armsplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 30, Cocktails and Books rated it it was amazing.
However, this book would be fine as a standalone book. I actually read this book after book six and I had no trouble understanding anything. The books are not primarily sequenced chronologically, and the author tells the story of each reaper up to a certain point in time.
This installment of the Reaper series is about reaper Bevyn Coure. Bevyn is a handsome guy that becomes a reaper in one of the most gruesome ways I’ve read. He’s sensitive, strong, loyal, and tormented by his past. Bevyn stumbles into town and finds himself drawn to Lea Walsh. I really didn’t like Lea. She was just didn’t seem to fit Bevyn’s personality. She despised the very thing that made him the man she came to love. She was illogical, high strung, and whenever Bevyn wasn’t jumping through her hoops she nagged constantly.
I loved the other background characters surrounding Bevyn and Lea’s story. The storyline of the reapers and their dramatic storylines filled with elements of comedy, adventure, and suspense continue to draw me in and make me crave my next dose.
This story as were the others moved quickly and Boyett-Compo is an expert at melding the past with the future seamlessly. I didn’t get lost along the way, and the author easily drew parallels between Bevyn’s past experiences and his present life experiences. I was totally vested in the characters, and I was so afraid that Bevyn was going to be killed. I only wish that Lea would have been written out of the storyline. The steam level was off the charts.
Bevyn certainly was a reaper that knew his way around a woman’s body. Charlotte Boyett-Compo has done it again. This book is a great ride. Reviewed by Michelle for Cocktails and Books Sep 10, Eva Millien rated it it was amazing. The attraction sizzles, the sex scenes are scorching and the romance is sweet but of course with any and all relationships there is a few bumps and bruises, especially when you add in the past and insecurities which causes quite a bit of emotional turmoil.
These strong captivating characters demand your attention from the very beginning while the fast paced, smooth flowing plot keeps readers on the edge with lots of suspense, excitement and romance.
Well written scenes and details capture the imagination and make it easy for the readers to picture each and every scene while the intriguing events and romance draw the reader in and refuse to let go. Bevyn has seen many dark things that would haunt most normal humans forever.
While it really is a good thing he is not an ordinary person, sometimes it just weighs upon his soul. And really, the sense of loneliness surrounding Bevyn Coure has gotten so thick, it has become overwhelmingly depressing You won’t be sorry. Jan 23, Krow rated it really liked it.
This was book 5 in the Westernwind series. I love the series and this book, but it seemed incredibly out of place. All the events happen before book 1 of the series, Wyndriver Sinner.
REVIEW: In the Arms of the Wind by Charlotte Boyett-Compo | The Good, The Bad and The Unread
I wish someone would’ve told me to read this one first and Wyndriver Sinner second because it just makes way more sense chronologically and in the order information about the characters is given. Even so, I enjoyed the book. He didn’t need a woman This was book 5 in the Westernwind series. While this story is a standalone, it is recommended the WesternWind books be read in order for better reader enjoyment and understanding. Mar 24, Megan Fall rated it really liked it Shelves: I loved Bevyn, but Lea I’ve really wanted to read Bevyn’s story since I started the series.
Lea however, didn’t seem as willing to accept all of him as I had hoped! Still gave it 5 stars, because I love the series, but not as good as the rest. Dec 21, Martha marked it as won-t-finish. Shan rated it liked it Jun 01, Missie rated it it was amazing May 09, Symphaty rated it really liked it Nov 09, Amanda rated it liked it Feb 28, Lisa rated it liked it Jun 23, Gabi rated it liked it Jan 21, Heidi rated it it was amazing May 15, Melissa rated it really liked it Apr 02, Loretta rated it it was amazing Mar 09, Shannon Zak rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Marcella rated it liked it Dec 18, Melissa rated it liked it Apr 27, MsMari rated it really liked it Dec 01, Kristin Adams rated it really liked it Aug 05, Gina rated it really liked it Feb 03, ChaosDuchess rated it liked it Jan 02, Nolly Sepulveda rated it really liked it May 08, Ellie rated it really liked it Jan 07, Allison G rated it liked it Jul 18, Erika rated it really liked it Jan 11, Mari Smut Duchess rated it really liked it Nov 27, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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