Publication Date: December 30, 2014They are the outcasts of humanity. Blessed with power. Cursed by fate. Driven by passion. The Sentinels have returned. . .
Out Of The Shadows
At six-foot-three and two-hundred-fifty pounds, Fane is a natural born guardian. A flawless mix of muscled perfection and steely precision, he has devoted years of his life to protecting a beautiful necromancer. But after she found love in the arms of another, Fane has been a warrior adrift. He swears allegiance only to the Sentinels. And no woman will ever rule his heart again. . .
Into The Fire
Not only a powerful psychic, Serra is that rare telepath who can connect to minds through objects. When the daughter of a high-blood businessman is kidnapped, Serra agrees to help. But when she stumbles onto a conspiracy involving secrets sects and ancient relics, her life is in mortal danger--and Fane is her only hope. Is the warrior willing to risk his body, his soul, and his heart, for Serra? Or will one last betrayal destroy them both?
Praise for Born in Blood
"Ivy's fans will be invested in the development of romances introduced between supporting characters as well as further building of this conflicted universe." --Publishers Weekly"An exciting and sizzling new paranormal romance series." --RT Book Reviews
This is not going to be a nice review, or even a politely critical one - it is more of a rant. I apologize in advance for this. This is a famous author and I have to wonder why all of the first timer mistakes. Granted, until this series I had never read a word by her so maybe this is the way she always writes.
I had such high hopes for this book AND this series. I really have to agree with the reviewer who said that this was a "misrepresented" book.
Was the heroine kick ass? No, she was a whiner who couldn't even do her job even though she is supposedly one of the most powerful.
Was the hero a steely, hot, sexy, good looking, brooding, smelly, sweaty, grimacing man - well yes; and didn't that just get on my last nerve to have this regurgitated nearly every other page.
Was this an action romance or was this urban fantasy - neither.
ARC supplied by publisher
Again agreeing with the other reviewer - had I had to read the word grim or grimace just one more time I would too have pulled out my own eye balls.