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Marked By Hades (Bound By Hades) by [Monroe, Reese]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1193 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (14 April 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J6U7K9Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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Generally speaking I quite enjoyed Marked by Hades. I will be the first to admit that it was a little silly at times but I still liked it, despite thinking I probably shouldn’t.

I liked the storyline it was full of action and romance and I quite liked the writing even if it was a little cheesy at times. The big problem I had with this book was that it was far too long. It just seemed to go round in circles and get a bit repetitive. I have to admit that I got a little bored of it because it just seemed to drag on and on.

Another problem was Yvonne/Dyre who is one character. She kind of let people walk all over her, she slept around because she wanted to be close to people and feel loved and then let those men bully and push her around. I quite liked Yvonne, she had a little more personality than Dyre.

The best thing about this book is Justin. He is a great character and I really liked him he was sweet and had a lot more personality than other characters in the book.

There are lots of problems with this book and I am by no means saying it is perfect but I did find it really entertaining.
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Marked by Hades by Reese Monroe

I give this book 5 stars

I don't like spoiler reviews so I am going to try to do a worth review because I love this series, and hope it will continue, as I think it's got the potential to be a long book series. You can never fully defeat evil and the "Shomrei" are immortal so that hopefully means that Ms Monroe's has got lots of ideas for future books! ( fingers crossed here)

This review is my own opinion and will be posted on my blog and linked with Booksniffer Review Tours, for the release of Book 2 Marked by Hades.

Synopsis:
One choice away from eternity… For 911 years, Gatekeeper companion Justin Bradford has denied the possibility of being mated to only one woman. He enjoys them all too much to settle down. So when he feels his mate’s Ahavah mark surface, his first instinct is to ignore it. But when he sees the leather-clad beauty in need of his help that’s easier said than done…
Yvonne wakes up naked on a cold park bench in a small town with no memory of who—or what—she is. All she knows is the gentle man who woke her was turned to dust when she touched him. And now the strange mark that appeared on her shoulder throbs in the presence of the raven-haired man now offering to help her…
As Justin and Yvonne navigate the mystery of her past, their bond grows, but the secrets they discover and the sacrifices that must be made could be enough to rip them apart for eternity.

In this New Adult tale of Good versus Evil, Reese Monroe gives continues where she left off in her world of angels and demons, and supernatural beings the "Shomrei," the Gate Keeper's who were created by the breath of God.
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I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

I read this book and the 1st book in the series over a weekend. I love them, as most fans if my blog know I prefer fantasy books and these were right up my street.

In this book we catch up with Theo and Sadie, but this is about Justin, Theo's brother and companion. Justin was my favourite character in both books, there's plenty of fighting with the demons I hades, even Lucifer and Gabriel put in an appearance.

This series is building into a great series of books, I like the fact that both books are around different characters with plenty of twists and turns.
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Throughly enjoyed this book
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92615ce0) out of 5 stars An Intriguing Story 14 April 2014
By Erica - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Marked by Hades was definitely an interesting concept. It was so unique from other paranormals out there, offering new ideas and an enticing plot. Plus, there is some HOT moments between Justin and Yvonne.

I loved the twist on the typical demons in Marked by Hades. There were so many great moments throughout this one, and many excellent plot points.

I didn't realize it was a sequel, and had I known, I would have read book 1 first. The concept of the Gatekeepers, Companions, and Mates was so intriguing, but I had a bit trouble grasping WHAT they actually were. They have abilities, but what they were wasn't really spelled out which would have helped ground me within the world. A lot of the magic behind them just wasn't explained, and I would have liked to know more.

This one is labeled and marketed as a new adult novel, but besides the ages of the character, nothing about this one read as New Adult to me. Don't get me wrong, I totally enjoyed it, but it definitely read adult in every way to me.

This was a really strong read from Reese Monroe - I loved the diversity this one had as a paranormal. There was so many great traits that stuck out from the stream of paranormal that is out, and I'm excited to not only see how Yvonne and Justin's story continues to play out, but go back and read Theo and Sadie's beginning.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91bbb078) out of 5 stars Worth the Read! 14 April 2014
By gigis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
One choice away from eternity…

For 911 years, Gatekeeper companion Justin Bradford has denied the possibility of being mated to only one woman. He enjoys them all too much to settle down. So when he feels his mate’s Ahavah mark surface, his first instinct is to ignore it. But when he sees the leather-clad beauty in need of his help that’s easier said than done…

Yvonne wakes up naked on a cold park bench in a small town with no memory of who—or what—she is. All she knows is the gentle man who woke her was turned to dust when she touched him. And now the strange mark that appeared on her shoulder throbs in the presence of the raven-haired man now offering to help her…

As Justin and Yvonne navigate the mystery of her past, their bond grows, but the secrets they discover and the sacrifices that must be made could be enough to rip them apart for eternity.

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I thought this was a unique concept for book and quite enjoyed it.

This paranormal story was packed with action, drama and of course some romance to round it out.

This is a new to me author and picked this to review because the concept sounded interesting. It is labeled as "New Adult" which I can understand because of the "age" of characters but honestly I was wrapped up in the story that I did not think about their age.

This is the second book in the series and not having read the first book, I appreciated the authors references to past events and explaining of the background of the characters. I can see where this may have put off some who read the first story, but not having read it, it really helped me.

I really enjoyed Justin and Yvonne/Dyre's story. Poor Yvonne to wake up with no memory and then when you touch someone they turn to dust, I cannot even imagine how she coped. I liked seeing the different side of the Yvonne/Dyre character and how the author explored not just differences but what was at the hear to Y/D a girl who had been tricked and just wanted what we all want that connection with another person. Justin is perfect for Yvonne, even though he does not want a mate. He is loving and though he has problems coming around a first, he is uber-alpha where Yvonne is concerned.

Great story and concept, I plan to go back and read the first story in the series.

3.5 Stars
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91c4ffcc) out of 5 stars fing love it 17 April 2014
By Sassy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Omg!!! Amazing isn't a strong enough word to describe this book. The whole Scooby gang is back + Yvonne/Dyer. Loved her character she's strong determined and self sacrificing a great addition to the family. I really hope the next book is Dasha's especially after some things unfold (however I will not mention as I do not like spoilers)!
I recommend this book to anyone - if you haven't read Forged by Fate do so first then come back and read this one. As sequels go this one doesn't miss a beat. I live Justin and Yvonne's story and can't wait to see what comes next.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91c4fa44) out of 5 stars A different twist on PNR 14 April 2014
By J. Meredith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
First: I suggest you read book one in the Bound by Hades series, Forged by Fate to fully grasp the meaning of Gatekeepers, Mates and Companions and how it works.

This is a well written story with strong characters that pull the reader into the unique world Monroe has built, with some sizzling love scenes, as well.

A very enjoyable read, and highly recommended.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92367090) out of 5 stars Another captivating book in the Bound by Hades series! 8 May 2014
By Runmom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
***3.5 stars***
After meeting Theo’s brother in the first book of this series, I was excited to see what finding a mate would mean for this amusing playboy. He’s a self-proclaimed commitment-phobe, determined to keep his single status and not be bogged down by the emotional baggage that comes with a mate. But the day he felt the mark and knew there was someone out there that was destined to be his, everything started to change in his world.

I liked the animosity as Justin denied the idea of having one person out there for him; as much as I loved Theo’s immediate acceptance of the situation, Justin fighting the urge was so much more like his personality. He just wasn’t ready to accept it. His mate wakes up, remembering only her name and nothing else, and comes to the brutal realization that her touch is lethal. Yvonne is scared and alone and does the best she can to survive in a world she doesn’t recognize, and when Justin enters her life it was like suddenly there was something there. The secret behind Yvonne’s identity was a really neat twist, I loved it even though it meant serious road blocks for these two. Let’s just say she’s got a bad side that makes everyone question her loyalty, and this split personality angle made for some heart-wrenching and thrilling moments between this captivating cast of characters.

I felt like this was a darker read than the first book; Justin’s mate in particular had to suffer through a lot, and even though we don’t see it directly, it was mentioned and definitely made me cringe a lot for her. She’s not the only one who comes out unscathed, either, so there was definitely a dark cloud over a lot of this story. Whereas Theo’s story was more about his finally finding a mate and falling in love while dealing with some major demon action, Justin’s fate was completely entwined with the evil forces thanks to his mate’s past. The enemies were more sinister than Aggie in the first installment, because they weren’t so abstract. We see them in their element, and it gave them just enough of a humanistic feel that made their actions that much more despicable.

Justin, Theo, and Sadie were on the mission to thwart the demons by beating them to the punch this time around, and finding the artifacts that would hinder their plans was paramount. There was a lot of action and plenty of painful suspense, but I felt like they’d take two steps forward and ten steps back sometimes. I wanted some down time for character development, and it felt like there just wasn’t enough of that amidst all of the drama and fighting. I have definitely enjoyed this series though, and paranormal romance fans will appreciate the thrills and chills that come with these books!
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