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Bayou Born (The Foundling Series) Paperback – 17 Oct 2017
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Be prepared for a fast-moving journey filled with the unexpected. (RT Book Reviews)
Hailey Edwards has exceeded all expectations. (Goodreads)
The author weaves an action-packed story of intrigue and betrayal. The dialogue is strong, the storyline compelling and the prose artful. (RT Book Reviews)
Edwards is a strong voice in the Adult Paranormal Romance genre. (Goodreads)
Well-plotted fantasy continues to engage the reader with its intriguing characters, heart-pounding action, suspenseful intrigue and subtle romance. (RT Book Reviews)
The author spins an action-packed story of intrigue and betrayal, with an endearing romance at it's heart. I adore a good marriage of convenience tale that ultimately turns into much more - and this one is exceptional. (RT Magazine)
Edwards has this way of writing that makes you feel like the narrator is talking to you and that you're old friends. (Goodreads)
The world building is fresh ... The characters are well-drawn and easy to root for. And the romance really hits the spot. (Red Hot Books)
Edwards [creates] amazing fantasy worlds that the reader becomes completely engrossed in. (Goodreads)
"One aspect of her writing I enjoy is her ability to take the mundane and with a few changes, turn it into something unique and unexpected. She builds dynamic character bases, using common mythology but takes it one step further using previously unseen species or imbibing currently known species with skills and know how that offers readers something new in the paranormal world. (Smexybooks.com)
Brand new urban fantasy series by Hailey Edwards, bestselling author of the Gemini and Black Dog series. Perfect for fans of Jennifer Estep, Darynda Jones and Ilona AndrewsSee all Product description
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It looks like she will finally get the answers as to who she really is and where she came from, but along the way there will be some really difficult decisions and choices to be made and Luce is not going to have a hard time dealing with the fallout.
Luce is a strong female character who can look after herself whilst coming from a mysterious background, at times this background was confusing to understand though I'm sure all is revealed by the end of the book.
There is an alpha male character in the book that is perfect for readers who are into that but I found it quite hard to read with the constant following and not letting Luce try to look after herself.
The world was interesting, I enjoy detective stories mixed with supernatural elements and that aspect made the parts that I did read enjoyable.
I would recommend this book for someone who is more into their urban fantasies with alpha male characters.
*ARC received from netgalley in exchange for an honest review*
Luce finds herself working closely with Cole Heaton, the head of White Horse security and his team as her best friend, Maggie, disappears. Ever since she was found, Lucy has attracted highly intrusive and unwanted attention, both from townsfolk and the media, this multiplies considerably with the emergence of Jane Doe. With little progress in locating Angel, Lucy and Rixton lose their case to the FBI and Agent Kapoor. Lucy is determined to find Maggie as it seems there may be connections with the missing Angel. As Luce and Cole follow leads to identify Jane Doe and find Maggie, Luce finds that she is having to confront realities that challenge her to the core as to who she is, this has her feeling that sometimes ignorance is bliss. In a story that takes in betrayal, death, blood, danger and battle, Lucy adjusts to a new understanding of who she is and finds another home and allies, as well as her beloved father. This is a well written and entertaining story, full of humour and suspense, that I found to be a terrific read. Many thanks to Little, Brown for an ARC.
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