THE BOW (HER THREE IMMORTALS Book 3) by HAZEL STORM – Review by Hansini Wasalamudalige

The Bow (Her Three Immortals, #3)The Bow by Hazel Storm
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

‘The Bow’ is the third book in Hazel Storm’s ‘Her Three Immortals’ series and picks up right where its predecessor left off as we continue to follow Vanessa Maan as she juggles the deepening interests of her trio of beautiful Gods and becomes further embroiled in the heavenly power struggle overlooking our world. This third instalment has a special focus on Aroz- the God of Lust- and his relationship with Vanessa and his family. For this reason alone, this quickly became my favourite in the tetralogy so far- the way that light is shed on Aroz’s past and background little by little had me on the edge of my seat and begging for more. As new truths were unearthed and fresh spins were put on established facts with appearances of characters both old and new, Aroz became more and more compelling- shooting him to the top as my favourite of the three Gods. The way that his and Vanessa’s destinies were intertwined gave me butterflies as if Aroz had launched one of his arrows my way through the pages of the book himself.

Despite the spotlight on Aroz, Vanessa’s relationships with Grey and Raef are still given plenty of focus and development in ‘The Bow’. They continue to grow and evolve, and there is a real sense of the deep care and love they all feel towards one another. It’s clear how much Grey and Raef have grown since the first book due to their experiences with Vanessa, their families and the unravelling of their pasts. With the exploration of the ties binding these characters, the readers also learn more about the world they inhabit- of both the dangers and the allures of a realm run by beings with unfathomable power. It was a delight to learn more about how the Underworld and especially Elysium functions, and the fight to keep it afloat with interferences from all four corners threatening to crumble it down.

In conclusion, if you loved ‘The Don’ and ‘The God’, then you will love ‘The Bow’ which has tenfold of what its predecessors have and more. If you’re in the mood for steamy romance, captivating drama and enchanting myths and legends, then be sure to pick this book up.

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