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Windburn (2000)

by Juliette Cross(Favorite Author)
4.69 of 5 Votes: 4
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1616505699 (ISBN13: 9781616505691)
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Nightwing
review 1: Windburn is the second book in this series and I have to say, I love the setting. it is a very good idea and the plot in this one was much more action-filled than in the first one. Although this only showed in the second halfI really missed Lorians POV here, as it would have given me more insight on his character - and as he is a very interesting character with quite some history, it would have been well worth it.Sorcha was for me a bit difficult to like at the beginning as I got the impression she had so many different bed partners to prove to herself that she is independent.but she improved greatly as soon as she was not so consumed with proving that she did not need a man for more than sexthe last quarter was quite intense and I was gripping my seat. I would have hoped ... morefor a longer epilogue to see more of them together as well as to see more of Jessen and Lucian. as they all have so a tight relationship, it would have been nice to see more of them in this book as wellall in all it was a good second book, although for me to short as I would have loved to see more of the characters and the world. but well worth readingdisclaimer: an ARC was provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review
review 2: *** I received an ARC from Lyrical Press/Kensington Books through NetGalley for an honest review. Expected publication date: 2/3/2015 ***I really enjoyed Soulfire, the first book in the series, and couldn’t wait to get my hands on the second one and Windburn has lived up to my expectations. While it is a novella, you still get a well written story that doesn’t skimp on the plot (the whole ancient blood cult/stalker issue was a great twist) or character development. Windburn also didn’t rehash all that was introduced in Soulfire, it did a little recap so if you didn’t read the first book, which you really should do, you weren’t lost, but kept moving forward and introduced us to new aspects of the world as well as introducing new characters *cough* Kol *cough*I liked Sorcha from the beginning and as we get to know more about her background, it’s just really hard not to like her. She is bold, sassy, intelligent and confident. To say she is a vixen is pretty spot on, but she is also loyal to her friends and has a good heart. She may speak her mind, but she isn’t mean spirited in anyway. She lives her life on her own terms, knows how to use her assets to her advantage and doesn’t apologize for any of it. Lorian is a total dominant alpha male, or Morgon in this case. He’s got the tall, dark, sexy and brooding down to a science and expects to have things go the way he wants. And while he may be a little overbearing, he isn’t an ass. So when these two get in the same room sparks fly. I loved that while they both wanted each other, and knew it, they didn’t give in easily. They stayed true to their natures and when they fell, they fell hard.All in all, I’m really enjoying this series so far. If you’re looking for looking for something fun and quick to read that is well written and has great characters I’d definitely recommend picking this one up. less
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SallyBlackwater
Love this book and this Series! Review has been delayed, but will be written ASAP!
xHaileyxRawrx
Hot tamale train characters and writing. So much fun! Full review to come.
solange_0
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