Forbidden Bonds By Lexi C. Foss (Immortal Curse #2)
Fast paced action, spell binding romance, bone crunching betrayal, political intrigue and adventure galore. Lexi C Foss’ Immortal Curse series just went skywards.
Having created an immensely strong and compelling world, Ms Foss sets out to prove that one of her villains isn’t as bad as fans suspect. And what a cracking job she does. Tom is redeemed!
Of course we have Amelia. She’s the quintessential heroine, needing no redemption – well not yet, anyway. There in is the fun! Ooh poor Isaac, his little sister has transformed from the sweet darling he worshipped to the kind of kick arse heroine Tom needs! Her change and her absolute fight to get what she wants had me glued to the page. Woe betide these boys who make decisions for the new Amelia!
The battle between the Ichorians and the Hydrians is in full force. The complexity and subtleness that Ms Foss has bought to her paranormal world is superb. I’m not going to make author comparisons, but The Immortal Curse series needs to be on the kindle of any PNR fan, no exceptions.
But start with book one, and enjoy Isaac!
Blood Laws by Lexi C Foss (Immortal Curse #1)
Lexi C Foss has created a world that’s imaginative, original and believable. If you’re a PNR fan you’ll want this for breakfast. And then maybe you can savour Isaac for dessert. Not only is he yummy, but there’s something about his dark intellect that will have smart girls craving seconds!
The pace is fast but not so furious that you miss the subtlety that Ms Foss has woven in. At each tantalising reveal you’ll need to remember to breathe! Good luck with that because Osiris will steal your breath and have your heart banging and your toes curling.
Obviously Isaac is the star but the wider cast are wonderful. Stas is a great heroine, they are so beautifully suited. I now know who book two will be about, and whilst it’s a great choice, there were a number of contenders. This series should get better and better.
The story focuses on the aftermath of a series of laws between two warring civilisations, based in modern day Manhattan. Billionaires, gleaming buildings, a blood court and a para military force with their own agenda. Just wow!
The romance was heart felt, the drama Machiavellian and the characters intricate. What more could you want? I think I already mentioned Isaac?
One of the best first vampire books ever. I dare you to put it down.