Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Hunted (Fracture The Secret Enemy Saga)

The Hunted (Fracture The Secret Enemy Saga) by Virginia McKevitt

The city of New Orleans has more than hurricanes to worry about in this fast paced and exciting paranormal mystery. The Couton have found the city and have taken it for their own. Now it is up to Tegrin and Kristina to rid the famous city of its new inhabitants before the body count rises. 
“Are not all legends based on a truth? She is here. She has been born of the blood from both worlds but has been hidden from her true calling. We can feel her magic. It pushes at us from beyond the veil Priestess, and as for the assassin, his weakness is the one he is sworn to protect. They walk as one.”
“Then that is what will destroy them both.”
Joey looked around the room. Who was she talking to? They were alone. She was crazy, more crazy than Billy. A list of horror movies raced through his mind at lightning speed; replacing his anger with an emotion he thought had died long ago, fear.
She leaned back over Joey, grasping the arms of the chair for support. He turned his face away from hers, fear filling his eyes. Tears ran down his face and soaked into the collar of his shirt. She straddled him again and turned his face towards her, stroking his cheek gently.
“Now, now bodyguard. Don’t be afraid. Let’s finish this.”


4.0 out of 5 stars The story certainly flowed better. The writing felt cleanerJuly 30, 2014
This review is from: The Hunted (Fracture The Secret Enemy Saga) (Kindle Edition)
To me, this book read a lot easier than the first one. Although, had I not read the first one, I would have no clue what was happening. There's not a lot of back story to catch everyone up to speed. The story certainly flowed better. The writing felt cleaner. The plot began sooner, instead of dragging on. The characters felt a little better as well. This certainly was a better read than the first. It was great seeing where Tegrin and Kristina moved on from the first book. If you can get through the first one, I say certainly pick up this second one.

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