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Fox is one of the paranormal group’s human contact. As an FBI agent he has contacts among the humans so is a useful person to have a round. I am not going into the story I will let you enjoy yourself. All I will say is I am really enjoying this trilogy and as more unfolds the action heats up and the story gets better.
I pleased this a trilogy as we get a bigger picture but also resolution in three books. If you enjoy stories of immortal Gods and Goddesses as well vampires and shifters this has it all. I can’t wait for Marcus’s story we have had a glimpse of Marcus’s woman, but you have to read this to find out.
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review
How explicit 4 / 5
Story 3.5 / 5
Overall: 3.5 / 5
Review: Fox's Awakening is a great premise. The idea is that there are these immortal beings who have been torn apart from their soul mates. These beings are necromancers, shifters, and vampires. They have been reincarnated into new bodies, but are still the souls of the original immortals. The first book (which I did not read), is the vampire story. Fox's Awakening is the shifter story.
Fox is an FBI agent helping the immortals with another immortal, Baako, that is trying to destroy them. You know that feeling when you walk into a room and everyone seems to stop talking? Well, that keeps happening to Fox - and it's beginning to bug him. The story weaves between the internal story of Fox and the external story of the fight with Baako.
I really liked the idea of the immortals and Fox. The steamy scenes are very hot. The challenge I had was the writing at times was very stiff. The dialogue didn't flow between characters except when it was an internal dialogue. I didn't read the first book, and at times, I felt a bit lost. I don't know if that is because I didn't read the first book or because the way it was written. I am giving the author the benefit of the doubt that it is because I haven't read the first book.
The author did a great job with the character of Fox. His internal process (that I don't want to spoil) is done beautifully.
** Voluntarily reviewed from an advanced copy **
Reviewed by Emma-Louise Lewis on behalf of KFF
A mission to the middle of nowhere to retrieve something valuable, what could go wrong?
Secrets were bountiful in the second instalment of this author’s Enchanted Immortal series, some were answered but more were asked.
I will add here that it is best to read Aldin’s Wish before diving into this one.
I took the time to read Aldin’s Wish before I received the ARC for Fox’s Awakening and even after I was confused.
The characters are padded and well formed. I felt for them at the gravest of times and rooted for them when things weren’t going the way they should. The background story was oftentimes confusing and some of the events of the past and present took time to figure out.
I was left scratching my head at several points in the book. I’m still not sure if it was because of the way the characters interacted or whether it was because of information I felt I needed and didn’t have at that point.
The amount of tension and anxiety worked well in this PNR, there was enough heat to scorch the pages and keep me reading. I will say however that at one or two points I wasn’t sure that where the author was going was the right call. Sometimes emotions are forced and this one tiptoed along that line at certain points. Having said that I will be waiting, patiently for the sequel, I want to see how this series goes.
Brenton Fox is an FBI agent by day and a Hunter by night, who we first meet in Book 1. The Twin Goddesses need Brenton to help find an artifact in the war against the evil Immortal brother Bako that we learn about in book 1. Brenton is inexplicably drawn to the Goddesses and keeps remembering repressed memories from a different lifetime that connects him with the Goddesses, making him fiercely protective of them.
A good story line that involves the characters from book 1 and continues their story also. A good fast paced read, with drama and twists and turns and some sexy shenanigans. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.
This book has everything in it there’s mythology, love, passion and drama, there is so much going on that it could get confusion but its held together with such a great storyline that it’s all pulled together. This is a great example of the PRN genre. Well done both on a great story.
loved the first book and eagerly awaited this one, and it doesn't disappoint.
great read and well written story of Brenton Fox, law enforcement officer by day, hunter by night for the enchanted immortals.
Brenton is the only one who can help the twins, get the Crown back, which has been hidden in a secret destination, can they get to it first, before the evil and dark Bako, thwarting his evil plan's, again.
Brilliant,cannot wait to see what happens next.
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