Review – Numbers (New Species, #14-15) by Laurann Dohner

Numbers (New Species, #14-15)Numbers by Laurann Dohner

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

★Book Basics★

Genre: – Paranormal. Romance
Series: – 14th/15th in the series. Recommended to have read the rest of the series first
Love triangle? – No
Cheating? – No
HEA? – Yes
Would I read more by this author/or in this series? – Yes
Rating – 3 stars


All in, I will give this 3 stars.

While I enjoyed it, I had issues.

Mourn’s book, while sweet and I was happy for the HEA quite frankly felt like filler and lazy filler at that. There was just nothing to it, no development, given the tragic back stories of the heroine and hero. It was an easy read and easily forgettable.

Although Mourn had some smooth moves!

Hero’s story, well, given the anticipation for his story since book 3 (which by the way remains by far my fave) I expected more. And indeed it started strong and I thought it would be brilliant. But it just fell flat and rushed. And I sort of did not like the heroine, but then felt guilty for not liking the heroine.

Overall, this was a not quite living up to expectation 3 stars. And maybe it would have always been that way, especially for 927 as we have waited YEARS for his story. But, it never really got too deep, or ever really lived up to the promise.

Amazon UK Link – Numbers (New Species)
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Filed under Paranormal/Sci-Fi Romance

5 responses to “Review – Numbers (New Species, #14-15) by Laurann Dohner

  1. sorry to hear that this one didn’t live up to your expectations. I just have adored this series, and I will definitely be reading it soon…mostly because of 927.


  2. Hello! This is my first visit to your blog – I enjoyed your review of Numbers, and am somewhat interested to check out the 1st in the series. Thanks for the good info! Looks like lots of other great reads – look forward to browsing through the other reviews 🙂


  3. Didn’t like this book at all, however have to admit my expectations of this series had been in a decline for quite a while now. I came into the series late and read all 14 (15) stories within a matter of 2 months. Reading consecutively, it was easy to see the downhill decline in storylines. After Wrath’s story, it felt like the author lost her nerve for incorporating the sexual danger the heroines seemed to become accustomed to. While not everyone’s cup of tea, i felt like this bravery was what set Dohner’s series apart from all the other paranormal erotica – that and her intricate, exciting plots. While the last few books became boring and flat, these two stories felt like fan fiction prologues. Great opportunity missed with these characters as the back stories she has created are fantastic.


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