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Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species a Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting. Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her side will treat her as an equal. There is no way she will ever sit at a nest and have her kill ready for a male who shows up when he wants to get his tail feathers wet. But when Dover shows her how erotic lovemaking can be, he also steals her heart. If he's in town to destroy her nest, she won't be able to live with herself. Unfortunately, Lana also knows there is no way she can live without Dover.


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Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species a Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting. Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her side will treat her as an equal. There is no way she will ever sit at a nest and have her kill ready for a male who shows up when he wants to get his tail feathers wet. But when Dover shows her how erotic lovemaking can be, he also steals her heart. If he's in town to destroy her nest, she won't be able to live with herself. Unfortunately, Lana also knows there is no way she can live without Dover.

30 review for Feather Down

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meg Kinch

    I'm between I like it and It's okay. I found the constant pounding of "honor" into my skull a bit irritating, along with the fact that good owls don't show emotions. I found myself curiously detached from the book and I need emotion to thoroughly enjoy the book. While there was the male posturing, anger, and calm, a lot of the time it didn't feel real to me. The emotions also felt forced if there was any emotion at all. I didn't feel connected to the story. It had an okay plot and the characters I'm between I like it and It's okay. I found the constant pounding of "honor" into my skull a bit irritating, along with the fact that good owls don't show emotions. I found myself curiously detached from the book and I need emotion to thoroughly enjoy the book. While there was the male posturing, anger, and calm, a lot of the time it didn't feel real to me. The emotions also felt forced if there was any emotion at all. I didn't feel connected to the story. It had an okay plot and the characters were okay, but it was missing a lot for me. While I didn't totally dislike the book, I wasn't all woohoo about it either and I doubt I will be buying the rest of the series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sassafrass

    I was very curious about Dover's character since reading the Leopard Vision series. I actually didn't picture him as hot then. I kind of saw him as a skinny, unassuming presence. The way he's portrayed in this book totally blew me out of the water. He was hot and it made me just devour the book. I certainly wouldn't mind seeing more of him. Lana was not a draw for me, but she was ok. I was very curious about Dover's character since reading the Leopard Vision series. I actually didn't picture him as hot then. I kind of saw him as a skinny, unassuming presence. The way he's portrayed in this book totally blew me out of the water. He was hot and it made me just devour the book. I certainly wouldn't mind seeing more of him. Lana was not a draw for me, but she was ok.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    Amazon Freebie 12/21/2012

  4. 5 out of 5

    TinaMarie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Lots of and lots of talk of honor. Dover comes to their town to try to help the local hunter figure out why all the hostility between the various animal groups and finds a woman he wants to fly with, if they can get past her brothers shenanigans

  5. 5 out of 5

    Katja

    I read 40% of this book before I couldn't take any more, which probably says all it needs to say. In case anyone wants more detail, I've listed some below. Darla did not end up being the female lead, thank the gods. What I liked: The male main character, Dover Down, was reasonably well-written. He's a calm dude and likes to solve problems. The concept of owl shifters as the main focus instead of usual wolf or big cat shifters is interesting. What made me stop reading in the middle: 1. The writing I read 40% of this book before I couldn't take any more, which probably says all it needs to say. In case anyone wants more detail, I've listed some below. Darla did not end up being the female lead, thank the gods. What I liked: The male main character, Dover Down, was reasonably well-written. He's a calm dude and likes to solve problems. The concept of owl shifters as the main focus instead of usual wolf or big cat shifters is interesting. What made me stop reading in the middle: 1. The writing is very poor; it's a rough draft not a novel. 2. Repeating the word "honor" over and over does not make any of the characters honorable. The author obviously had no concept of what honor means in this setting because characters just throw it around at random. Dover says he won't "dishonor" Lana by taking her back to his hotel room to have sex, so instead he f**ks her out in the open on a public playground. That's how you honor someone in this world???!!! It goes on and on with this stuff and gets worse, more muddled, more meaningless as it goes along. 3. Dover is the only character that really has a character (and even that one has unfortunate moments of not being true to the character). The rest of the "characters" are really just names with random actions and words attached to them. 4. The author says in a number of places that owls are calm, rational, wise, and honorable. Dover is the only owl who embodies any of that!! Lana's whole family is a big dysfunctional ball of inflated ego, anger, manipulation, and who knows what all else. 5. Not nearly enough sex for such a poorly written book. I mean that. If you want to write erotica and you're not too worried about the plot, I am totally cool with that (it's pretty much what I expected -- the book is published by Elora's Cave). But that means you have to write a bunch of sex scenes and keep the rest short and sweet! This book labors along with this terrible, sloppy writing (see point #1) and barely any sex, by comparison. 6. The use of the word "slut" in the first sex scene, aka, "the first time I thought I might not be able to finish this book." Dover uses the word slut very derogatorily and the implication is hanging there that he might think Lana is a slut. If I were in that situation and my lover said the same thing, I'd say something like, "I know I was just begging you to f**k me, but you can just shove off *right now.* No, I mean it. Take that pretty butt of yours and start walking away."

  6. 5 out of 5

    Starry

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Feather DownLorie O'ClareRaptors Revealed, Book OneDover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting.Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her si Feather DownLorie O'ClareRaptors Revealed, Book OneDover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There's one problem-Lana's nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting.Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her side will treat her as an equal. There is no way she will ever sit at a nest and have her kill ready for a male who shows up when he wants to get his tail feathers wet. But when Dover shows her how erotic lovemaking can be, he also steals her heart. If he's in town to destroy her nest, she won't be able to live with herself. Unfortunately, Lana also knows there is no way she can live without Dover. _____________ darla-dover's very good friend who in the beginning he seems to be attracted to her *87 so in the beginning you get to know about dover and his little hard-on for darla. i thought the whole few pages wer'nt necessary talking about his hard on for darla, but i guess that adds alittle to the book. then he meets lana one day and bam! their attraction is shown. i thought the book went alittle too fast, and that the romance was forced. i couldn't finish the whole book and probaly won't finish it even though i put it in my to-finish list. i thought the book was kinda weird since this is the first book i read about birds and ouwls all that stuff about flying to your mate and all. lana's brothers are over protective and their characters was alittle too weird being added to the book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Book Boss

    I picked this book up as a freebie and while I didn't hate it, I had some major issues with it. I would rate this book as 2.5 stars. The good: The main shifters aren't your typical wolf or some other popular animal. They are hawk owls so like raptors. It was interesting enough to keep me reading for a while. After a little bit, that interest wore off. The bad/ugly: The writing was amatuerish. A lot of telling rather than showing. "Lana knew xxxxx" and "Dover understood xxx, because xxxx". The th I picked this book up as a freebie and while I didn't hate it, I had some major issues with it. I would rate this book as 2.5 stars. The good: The main shifters aren't your typical wolf or some other popular animal. They are hawk owls so like raptors. It was interesting enough to keep me reading for a while. After a little bit, that interest wore off. The bad/ugly: The writing was amatuerish. A lot of telling rather than showing. "Lana knew xxxxx" and "Dover understood xxx, because xxxx". The thing that got on my nerves the most was the whole "honor" situation. That word and the concept displayed in the book hard to have easily taken up 40% of the story. "You dishonor me by doing this", "you honor me so I will do this" "Lana questioned such and such's honor". I mean it literally occurred over and over and over again. The take on the hiding of emotions was interesting. It could have been such a great premise if the story telling was written better. All in all I didn't hate this book. It was interesting to a point (abut 60%). After that I was like well I don't really care what happens to anyone in this book. The sex scenes were alright. (view spoiler)[ Lana and Dover had a conversation about ass fucking FYI. An entire conversation! I was like really? REALLY? Other than that he pretty much hit it from the back every time. And there was bird sex in the book. As I was reading, I was thinking "she isn't going to describe this in full detail and then I realized damn she just described it in full detail. (hide spoiler)] .

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jo Notary

    238pgs, Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There 19s one problem 14Lana 19s nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting. Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her side will treat her as an equal. There 238pgs, Dover Down fixes things. Regardless of the species, Dover will fly into any problem and set matters straight. When he arrives in Banff to learn why species are suddenly ready to attack each other, he might be the one who needs to be set straight. Especially when he falls too hard for Lana Halk. There 19s one problem 14Lana 19s nest might very well be the reason all the species are fighting. Lana is positive about one thing. Any male who flies by her side will treat her as an equal. There is no way she will ever sit at a nest and have her kill ready for a male who shows up when he wants to get his tail feathers wet. But when Dover shows her how erotic lovemaking can be, he also steals her heart. If he 19s in town to destroy her nest, she won 19t be able to live with herself. Unfortunately, Lana also knows there is no way she can live without Dover.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    A good story. I enjoyed the imagery the author created. It was an interesting twist in the paranormal world...owls. The family dynamics as well as etiquette and honor were detailed and appreciated. I really liked the male lead, Dover, who analyzed everything before speaking or making a decision. Lana was the wild card in this story and I liked where her story went. In the beginning of the story, I thought something else was going to happen, but the author threw a curve ball. Cool. There was tens A good story. I enjoyed the imagery the author created. It was an interesting twist in the paranormal world...owls. The family dynamics as well as etiquette and honor were detailed and appreciated. I really liked the male lead, Dover, who analyzed everything before speaking or making a decision. Lana was the wild card in this story and I liked where her story went. In the beginning of the story, I thought something else was going to happen, but the author threw a curve ball. Cool. There was tension throughout the book and it had a satisfying conclusion. Because of the graphic sex, I would recommend for mature readers.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Apparently this is a spin off from another series, which might explain the lack of world building—I mean, the world was built, but it didn't always make sense to me, a new reader. Do wereowls not need to use birth control or follow human rules about not putting things that have been in a butt into other orifices without washing in between? Apparently not, but it was never discussed. Why was there no honor in the hero taking the heroine to his hotel room but having sex in a public park was okay? Apparently this is a spin off from another series, which might explain the lack of world building—I mean, the world was built, but it didn't always make sense to me, a new reader. Do wereowls not need to use birth control or follow human rules about not putting things that have been in a butt into other orifices without washing in between? Apparently not, but it was never discussed. Why was there no honor in the hero taking the heroine to his hotel room but having sex in a public park was okay? I've no idea.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Interesting read. Dover Down is send to another town to investigate the tension between shifters. He is greeted with hostility as soon as he arrives, but his eyes were caught on Lana the moment he saw her. Dover pursues Lana and sparks fly. But soon Dover starts noticing strange things from her brothers. Can their new found love survive the tension surrounding them? But most of all can they trust in each other? Excellent read but I must confess that as some stages too much detail was intruding on Interesting read. Dover Down is send to another town to investigate the tension between shifters. He is greeted with hostility as soon as he arrives, but his eyes were caught on Lana the moment he saw her. Dover pursues Lana and sparks fly. But soon Dover starts noticing strange things from her brothers. Can their new found love survive the tension surrounding them? But most of all can they trust in each other? Excellent read but I must confess that as some stages too much detail was intruding on the action between characters. But still an excellent read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    The story is muddy; begins with an owl shifter who has the hots for a young leopard shifter then switches to him banging an owl shifter in a playground the next day. Lots of talk about HONOR, with no actual honor going on. Characters are inconsistent, as shown by the bizarre playground sex scene. It is repetitive, verbose, meandering, and repetitive. I read to the end waiting for the characters and story to redeem themselves, it just didn't happen. Interesting world though The story is muddy; begins with an owl shifter who has the hots for a young leopard shifter then switches to him banging an owl shifter in a playground the next day. Lots of talk about HONOR, with no actual honor going on. Characters are inconsistent, as shown by the bizarre playground sex scene. It is repetitive, verbose, meandering, and repetitive. I read to the end waiting for the characters and story to redeem themselves, it just didn't happen. Interesting world though

  13. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Bolen

    Elora's Cave offering basically another Breed (Lora Leigh) book without the compelling storyline. Lots of sex with just a little plot. No explanation as to the world, and I've got lots of questions about that. Are humans aware and tolerant of the shifters or not, there no explanation of the mythology, no details for the most part. Except for the part where he tossed her salad that was more than detailed enough. Elora's Cave offering basically another Breed (Lora Leigh) book without the compelling storyline. Lots of sex with just a little plot. No explanation as to the world, and I've got lots of questions about that. Are humans aware and tolerant of the shifters or not, there no explanation of the mythology, no details for the most part. Except for the part where he tossed her salad that was more than detailed enough.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    different and very good. Had not read a book about owl shifters before this one. It is an interesting change of pace and language. i am so used to hearing about packs and alpha males, it was different to be reading about parliaments and masking your scents and expressions. I enjoyed this a lot, it was well written and a nice change for me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Trenice

    Maybe I'm being bias with my rating of 4/5 stars, because I like Dover's character so much from teh "Leopard" series. However, this is really a good story, and a great segway into the "Raptor" series by Ms. O'Clare. Maybe I'm being bias with my rating of 4/5 stars, because I like Dover's character so much from teh "Leopard" series. However, this is really a good story, and a great segway into the "Raptor" series by Ms. O'Clare.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dena

    I'm torn I liked and I didn't. The beginning was misleading and could have been taken out. The ending was really interesting but didn't wrap up everything that was said within the book. I hope future books include darla's story because I think he sucks for what he did to her. I'm torn I liked and I didn't. The beginning was misleading and could have been taken out. The ending was really interesting but didn't wrap up everything that was said within the book. I hope future books include darla's story because I think he sucks for what he did to her.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jess F. (From Me to You ... Book Reviews)

    Check out my review and a teaser here: http://frommetoyouvideophoto.blogspot.com/2012/12/made-grade-raptors-revealed-series-book.html Check out my review and a teaser here: http://frommetoyouvideophoto.blogspot.com/2012/12/made-grade-raptors-revealed-series-book.html

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    3.5 stars

  19. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    I especially liked the specific turns of phrase for each race. Good job with the world building and language.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Uhhh....if you're into owl porn then this book is for you. Uhhh....if you're into owl porn then this book is for you.

  21. 4 out of 5

    brandi

    Beat honor to death why don't ya Beat honor to death why don't ya

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lillium

  23. 4 out of 5

    Britlover

  24. 5 out of 5

    Edcy Irizarry

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jules

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kara Commins

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Poggi

  29. 4 out of 5

    Judith George

  30. 4 out of 5

    Holly

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