Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sunday Review: Torn Wings by A.L. Kessler

Source I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
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A Hunter

Danielle is on a mission to take down a killer, when all signs point to vampire she recruits Orion to help. Bribing him with information on the Fae Queen who stole his crown takes her further into the supernatural world than she wanted. Working side by side, they start to realize there is more there than a forced work relationship, but Orion is still pining over the disappearance of Tegan.

A missing human

Tegan’s kidnapping is taking a toll on the whole territory, Lucius is losing his sanity and the war has taken a turn for the worst. Fed up with the chaos Orion seeks to escape the territory, but other than death there’s only one other option —taking back his crown. After centuries of working under the vampire Danielle offers him the chance and ability to take his rightful place.

Wow ... did this book jump leaps and bounds head of the rest or what. This was a very excellent continuation into Amy's world. I really really loved it. This book totally consumed me and kept me wanting, no scratch that, needing more with each moment.

This isn't the same quality of book as the first one. Ms. Kessler really has shown how her own wings have broadened with each stroke of the keys as she writes. You won't be disappointed in this series but especially the characters.

One thing Amy does so well is that she gives life to these people inside the pages but it isn't the 'same' life as every other book you read. They have personality. They have likeability and they have issues that make you want to slap them around.

You need to read the series from start to finish, but, I think this is a decent stand alone book as well. I sometimes tend to forget what happened in the books I read for these series because it is so many months in between each read but that isn't an issue with Amy's stories. She explains everything so well.

A solid 5 star read because I just couldn't put it down.

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