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And the end was the worst part.

The entire book deals with the exploration of the mental link between Matt and Pietr, and there wasn’t a dull moment.

This is an instant love type book since it is a mate bonding between two species. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. From there, we follow Matt on his journey of learning bondibg his new abilities he is given a brain implant to let him telepathically communicate and the consequences of being bonded.

But learning how to communicate the Himiko way preferably without killing himself or Pietr in the process is hard, and Matt’s mentor, Aki, might be even more aggravating than Pietr.

Himiko: Bonding by C.B. Conwy

Apr 04, Nightcolors rated it liked it Shelves: There were stories of people who got away, their humanity lost, sent Humanity is not alone in the universe. Oh, and then we have the “this isn’t a complete story” problem. It was emotionally satisfying c.b.ocnwy the end. That and other logic issues keep this from being good science fiction, even though the characters and their personal journey are engagingly written.


Bonding (Himiko, #1)

While I liked the story, it is quite detailed about the bonding, some of which seemed a bit repetitive to me. It was interesting to see it all unfold and even more so to see how Matt played a part in it and how much of a handful Matt ultimately was. This is one of the most imaginative sci-fi books I have read in a long time. It’s so damn frustrating.

An alien race is welcomed to our world but the humans quickly come to fear the Himika.

Bonding (Himiko, #1) by C. B. Conwy | LibraryThing

Russ rated it liked it May 18, A chance meeting with a Himiko Pietr results in an all-consuming and dangerous ‘bond’ that threatens both their lives if Matt doesn’t learn to control his newfound abilities and accept his partner.

Beyond that, I loved that the Himika had pointy ears and had the ability to mind read and such. To Mischa, life is simple. However, it was also disappointing, because this book did not get fleshed out Well, ringing in with a confusing one.

Alluring and creepy at the same time Himiko: To me, the best thing about Doing relatively sane and responsible things during the day, I’m always looking forward to coming home to see what my characters have been up to.

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I have no problems whatsoever reading both Flaubert and smut although not at the same timeand the only thing I like more than chocolate is a good comfort read. Last but not least the final nail in the “I’m so done with this book” coffin: Matt isn’t sure he’s going to make it — or if he’ll have to let Pietr go in order to keep his mate safe and sane. I would be fine if each had a preference and stayed there, but they had a convo at the very beginning!


Characters were introduced who did bad things, and there was no follow through. But learning how to communicate the Himiko way preferably without killing himself or Pietr in the process is hard, and Matt’s mentor, Aki, might be even more aggravating than Pietr.

I thought that this was going to be more about the wrongness of kidnapping and forcing someone to be something they’re not but it’s really just a lovestory without any real conflict. But luckily for me I found this book on the day the sequel, Warrior was released.

But here’s the catch: Book two deals with how he handles moving back into the Earth culture. It is very character driven and there are more than a few consistency errors.

A chance meeting in a hallway causes a bond neither he nor Matt are able to walk away from.

His job is to make her submit. That out of the way, I have not enjoyed a book concept as much as I enjoyed this book in a long time. DNF and returned to Amazon. At that point, I thought the story was going to take a dark turn….