Reviews for Rapture Untamed
Aozora27 chapter 15 . 1/1/2014
I would like to say that I loved the story; the way the plot was planned out and the romance were great. The only problem I have is character development, particularly that of Kyra. And it's not that the development was bad; it's just that I dislike the way she was portrayed. It seems like her perception of strength is physical prowess/muscles. She was physically weak, yet insisted on being strong and ended up only causing trouble for Kane. And she wasn't even SORRY! She broke her promise to not hang out with Trey; she didn't believe Kane when he warned her against other guys wanting her. She's just so... shallow. Throughout the stories, I kept wishing that Kane would just abandon her for once instead of always being the one seeking Kyra's attention. People take for granted what they have, just like Kyra took for granted Kane's love and broke her promises to him. Overall, I just disliked her personality, but at least she wasn't a automatic robot with no emotions. To sum it up, the story was great, though Kyra could probably treat Kane better. This is just my feelings and opinions, so don't be offended. I think the storyline and the romance were great; it's just Kyra's personality that goes against my own beliefs and principles.
Guest chapter 14 . 12/24/2013
Okay, I don't normally do this, but I ha to say something. I read the thing on your page about abortion. Before I go off on my tangent, I would like to say that in most cases, I think it's the wrong thing to do. However, I also think that it's no one's business but the woman's. Now then, I'm gonna explain something about myself. I am eighteen years old, and I have ADD, OCD, severe diagnosed depression and a number of other things. I have been taking medications since I was a child to regulate the chemicals in my brain, as it doesn't always produce the correct amount. Without these medications, I would be unable to function properly, and the doses frequently change or it doesn't work. One of these medications has a 100% chance of severe birth defects. I'm not talking blindness or anything like that. I'm talking missing limbs, no heart, no brain, things like that. The child would not survive, and I would also have a very slim chance of surviving. I would like to say that I'm not reckless. I am a virgin, but I have access to birth control and condoms. However, neither of these things work 100% of the time, so if I were to have sex and be safe, I would still have a chance of getting pregnant. As someone with strong maternal instincts, I couldn't bring myself to force my own child to suffer that way, even for a moment. No, I would much rather give its soul another chance in the form of another, healthier child. I have been taking this medication since I was a child. This is not something I usually share with strangers on the Internet, but when I was barely eleven, shortly after I got my first period, I was subject to a rape attempt. Someone stopped it, thank the Goddess, but if they hadn't, I could very well have become pregnant and it would've been get an abortion or die, literally. Please understand that it would kill me to get an abortion. I'm not sure I would survive it, actually; I might end up committing suicide. However, if I got the necessary therapy and emotional treatment, I would hopefully be able to have children some day, as I very much hope to.

Another thing I would like to tell you about is Lina Medina. In Peru back in the '30s, if I recall correctly, Lina Medina was raped by an unknown man at four years old (it could've been her father, grandfather, or older brother, no one is sure and she wouldn't say, even as a child). Yes, she did get pregnant. Now you might be thinking, "no way could a four-year-old get pregnant, it's not possible". Well, that is where you would be wrong. In Lina Medina's case, it was entirely possible, and it definitely happened. You see, she suffered from something called precocious puberty, a condition in which puberty occurs much earlier in life than it typically would. She had regular periods starting at eight months old and breast development at four. She gave birth via C-section as a precaution, but she definitely could've had a vaginal birth, as she had fully developed reproductive organs. Her son was raised to believe that she was his sister until he was ten, when he found out she was, in fact, his mother. This girl, this fifteen-year-old girl, had a ten-year-old son. I'm pleased to say, however, that Lina Medina has led a fairly happy life since then. She got married when she was thirty-seven and had another son. Her first, however, unfortunately died in his 40s, but she is currently at the ripe old age of eighty and lives in Lima, Peru. Lina Medina is the youngest mother in recorded history. However, she is not alone in young girls getting pregnant. Plenty of other children have been impregnated as well and continue to be, even to this day.

It is a rare woman who gets an abortion without thinking about it. It is almost always a well-thought out thing, and immensely painful and traumatizing. Pardon me, but you have no business making it worse for them by bashing it. In the Torah (or Old Testament, as Christians call it), the monotheistic god states that a child is not alive for several months after birth, if I recall correctly. I don't agree with this, of course. Now, I would like to point out that your little poem of sorts is medically incorrect. The most that has developed in the first month of pregnancy is the beginnings of the major body systems, certainly not the major organs. In fact, a baby's legbones are not fully developed until well after birth, which is why it takes them so long to walk. The skull takes years to fuse together completely. The average human brain does not finish developing until approximately age twenty-five. As for the religious part of your beliefs, I would like to remind you that there are people in this world who are not Christian, who think the whole Jesus thing is a load of crap. I happen to be one of those individuals. I am just as religious as you might be, perhaps even more so, just with a different religion. I do think your beliefs are bull (sorry, but I do), but I imagine you'd think the same of my beliefs. See, I respect your right to believe what makes you happy. I think people should believe in what makes them happy. The thing is, though, not everyone believes what you do, and you need to understand that. I don't mind you believing what you want, I have no problem with that. What I have a problem with is you trying to force other people to adhere to your religion's rules. What you believe is right and wrong is completely different to what other people may believe. I don't believe ANYONE actually goes to Jesus (who I doubt actually existed) when they die. Although I do believe that people go to their own idea of what the afterlife is because that's what they want, so you could very well end up with what you think of as Jesus "holding you" or whatever when you die. Look man, I'm glad you believe what makes you happy, but don't expect other people to follow your religion's rules. My religion has it's own rule (yeah, singular), and do you see me walking around trying to make it a law that everyone follows it? No, and do you know why? Because it's my religion, it's what makes me happy. My idea of right and wrong is very different from most people's, so bit got no business trying to make them do what I believe is right if they don't agree. Basically, mind your own business. Christians believe only god has the right to judge, right? So why're you doing it?

Okay, rant over. Cool story XD
Guest chapter 14 . 12/23/2013
Oh he's black...? I never noticed that... Dammit, I'm not attracted to black guys. Don't think I'm racist, though, I think they're equal to everyone else and I'll be friends with them and everything, but I don't wanna be more than that because I just don't find them attractive. Damn, that means I'm not gonna be able to read any further. And I really liked it, too :/
Guest chapter 11 . 12/23/2013
You keep spelling "yeah" wrong. It's supposed to have an H.
Guest chapter 2 . 12/23/2013
I sure hope there won't be a love triangle. I hate those.
Guest chapter 1 . 12/23/2013
Dammit I hate it when the girl's turned right away :(
OnyxBuddha chapter 20 . 12/17/2013
OnyxBuddha chapter 4 . 12/15/2013
I told myself... ok just ONE more chapter then I'll go to sleep (12:37am, gotta wake up at 5am) but with a chapter ending like that. I ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO READ ON! :D
OnyxBuddha chapter 3 . 12/15/2013
Drama! Lust! Action! Thank you based-god!
queencarrot chapter 5 . 12/11/2013
I wish he had said, " I'm yours."
Guest chapter 20 . 10/15/2013
OMG ! Love the story ! I would want a sequel about Kane's side of the pack and their little babies/pups :) hehe
Great story ! Totts recommend to everyone !
bookworm6193 chapter 20 . 10/9/2013
Such an awesome book! Really great job on grammar and style!
jerrellsgirl112606 chapter 20 . 10/4/2013
I just loved this story it was so good. You are an amazing wrighter keep up the amazing work.
alone-for-life chapter 20 . 10/3/2013
this was beautifully written. it captivated me to the very end. i almost got in trouble for reading it in class lol
bookworm6193 chapter 9 . 10/1/2013
I would be confused too if I had to deal with a man like Kane. Great chapter!
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