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Blood Heart (Immortal Curse, #3) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Jenni Bishop

Blood Heart (Immortal Curse, #3)Blood Heart by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blood Heart is book three in the Immortal Curse series and has become on of my favourite series. This is a paranormal romance that is weaved and written so well you literally feel like you are part of the world that Lexi has conjured. I loved the first two books in this series and have loved every part of this story even more. This is one hell of a story as you are on the edge of your seat the entire time. The stories just keep on getting better with each book written. Lexi has ensured this story is action packed and has lots of twist you don’t see coming and you will find yourself completely immersed in each and everyone one of these lovable characters.

The next book in the series seriously can not come soon enough.

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Blood Heart (Immortal Curse Series Book #3) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Angela Hayes

Blood Heart (Immortal Curse, #3)Blood Heart by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Blood Heart is the third book in the Immortal Curse Series by Lexi C. Foss. This is such a breathtaking instalment in a spellbinding series, that has captured my imagination and imprinted itself on my heart and mind. I was seduced right from the beginning. It is a superb paranormal romance with action, adventure, suspense, drama, immortals, violence, danger, sexy strong women and panty melting Alpha male types, wonderful romance and very erotic encounters. But, before you dive in- be warned… this is seriously addicting reading! Be prepared to be blown away and end up going on a one-click frenzy to purchase all of the author’s other books.
As this is the third book in the series, I really recommend reading both the other books in their correct sequence, before starting this story- because, even though the books are based on different characters, there is a continuing/bridging story which is laid out in the first book and continues into each of the following stories. They introduce characters, back stories and other relevant information that make this book even more enjoyable, knowing all those details first.
I adored the first two books so much and was really excited to get my hands on this book. Having ‘met’ the central character in previous books, I was intrigued by them and the premise of their story. I must admit that I was a little worried that I may not like it as much as the previous books. But, Ms. Foss didn’t let me down, as this story is every bit as good as the others and is a PERFECT addition to the series. This story picks up a little after the events in ‘Forbidden Bonds’ and had me completely enthralled from the very first page. I was turning those pages as fast as I could, perched on the edge of my seat, and breathless with anticipation. There were so many twists, turns, and jaw dropping revelations that I was in awe of Ms. Foss, her creativity and talent are truly phenomenal! I was completely and utterly captivated…. I couldn’t put it down even if I had wanted to, which I didn’t, I NEEDED to know what would happen and where Ms. Foss would take us. I read it in one session.
I can’t begin to do this story the justice it deserves, so I am not even going to try to give you a rundown of the synopsis. The blurb does a better job than I ever could. I think diving in and immersing yourself in the story is the best way to truly appreciate it- AFTER reading the first two books, of course.
All I can say is that if you are a paranormal/fantasy/romance lover and you haven’t read this series, or are not familiar with Ms. Foss’s books, then you ARE really missing out and really should do yourself a favour by one-clicking the fudge out of her work… you are bound to love it/them just as much as I have/do!
Sublime!

Thank you, Ms. Foss!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

 

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Daughter of Death (Dark Provenance) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Erin Davidson

Daughter of Death (Dark Provenance)Daughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss is the second book in the Bad Girls project and the first book in A Dark Provenance series. The book focuses on Evangeline, as she is framed for the murder of a Demon Lord’s daughter; a crime she didn’t commit. Evangeline must clear her name, whilst trying not to kill the sexy angel she fell from Heaven for.
This book was sizzling with sexual tension between Eve and Xai, and not suitable for young audiences, because boy oh boy it is steamy! Eve definitely fit the Bad Girl profile, being the quite literally the daughter of death and vengeance. I loved her strength and fierceness , as well as her sarcasm and quick wit. Though sometimes I did try to shout at my book, desperately trying to scream sense into Eve’s head strong attitude. But that’s what a good book does, it makes you stay up all night reading it and it makes you want to strangle various characters for their recklessness. I’m looking at you Xai.
Overall I give this book 5 stars, and look forward to reading more of the Bad girls project, and more from A Dark Provenance series.

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Daughter of Death Book one the Dark Provenance Series by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Jenni Bishop

Daughter of DeathDaughter of Death by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daughter of Death is book one in the Dark Provenance Series by Lexi C. Foss and is a brilliant story. I enjoy reading Lexi’s books but Daughter of Death drew me in on another level and I so enjoyed the darker side to this story. This dark paranormal romance tale is full of demons, chaos and death and Lexi’s ability to create different worlds with the paranormal setting is both deadly and beautiful.

Our Heroine is one badass, sexy, sassy assassin just trying to lay low and live her life after years of pain she would just rather forget, but when the one person she loves hate, or hates to love, Xai, turns up again, Eve is forced to have him back in her life.

Lexi’s writing puts you right in the middle of this action packed thriller as our characters try to right the wrong, with thrilling fight scenes, sexy and oh so steamy chemistry, and a world of pain and hurt but also wonderful surprises.

This is one compelling read that you will not put down until you have gobbled it all up.

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Forbidden Bonds (Immortal Curse #2) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Jenni Bishop

Forbidden Bonds (Immortal Curse #2)Forbidden Bonds by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forbidden Bonds is the second book in the Immortal Curse Series by Lexi C Foss. I would recommend you read Blood Laws the first book in the series to understand the backstory of the characters and the world in which Lexi has weaved for us. This book picks up where the first one left off and is a paranormal romance about two people whose world collides and enemies become friends or maybe something more.

This story is about Tom and Amelia, we previously saw then in the first book, where Tom finds himself babysitting Amelia, which is the last thing he wants, he wants revenge and she is messing with his plans. You will find yourself disliking Tom, he is working for the enemy, he is not a nice guy but as you start to see the real Tom, you will find yourself surprisingly changing your opinion of him.

Amelia won’t allow herself and she can’t afford to get comfortable, she has been tortured by the hands of the enemy for too long. What she needs is to get stronger and then plan her escape. She will learn all he has to teach her, strive to be the best she can. Will the lies between them become too much? What happens when the bond between you is something it should not be? Can you find love with an enemy?

I enjoyed reading this book and loved the captivating supernatural world and characters that we faced in this series. It is a fast paced and action packed read that you should not miss.

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The Prince’s Game (Mershano Empire, #1) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Prince's Game (Mershano Empire, #1)The Prince’s Game by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sarah Summers finds herself facing yet another of her twin sister, Abby’s prank but this time there is more at stake. Oh her sister was dead and pay back was a bitch…. As Sarah finds herself trapped on a reality dating show she finds more than she bargained for but one thing was for sure she would get herself voted off the show the very first chance she gets. But that seems easier said than done. When fronted by the devil himself with a proposition she can’t refuse, Sarah decides to stay. Staying means she will get her dream of owning her own business in marketing and that means helping those she has decided are worth if. But staying is not without it’s risks. Being faced day in and day out with the show finally wears Sarah down but what can she do? An agreement is an agreement and a binding one at that.

Evan Mershano is the billionaire prince of the Mershano empire but with that comes conditions. Conditions that see him playing a game that he doesn’t want to play but two can play the game, correct? He is a bachelor married to his job so marriage itself is not ever on the cards. If he doesn’t live up to expectations he doesn’t get to keep control of his empire. Evan finds a solution staring him in the face, one where he can meet those expectations and conditions and maintain control of his empire. When Evan takes control he finds more than he bargained for. What he once thought he wanted had been twisted on it’s ear.

Will Sarah safe guard her heart? Will she be able to stand the test of time? Will she get more than she ever dreamed or will reality get in the way? Will Sarah learn that all is not as it seems in time to save herself? Will Evan see that there is more to life? Will he lose the one person he thought he could trust? Can he play the Prince’s game and win? But what is the cost if he does win?

I enjoyed reading this story. Lexi knows how to write and capture your attention. I enjoyed the chemistry and friendship between the characters.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Blood Laws (Immortal Curse #1) by Lexi C. Foss – Review by Jenni Bishop

Blood Laws (Immortal Curse #1)Blood Laws by Lexi C. Foss
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Stas is a young women who had to watch the brutal, vile and gruesome murder of her parents when she was little. Stas has a secret that she has never told anyone about, she keeps it close to her chest, she just doesn’t know what it is. She is now living in New York City where she is about to graduate from college. Stas is content with her life, she lives with her best friend in the whole world Lizzie and is not one to do relationships. Stas turns up one morning to meet her friend but what she finds tears her up inside and turns her world upside down in more ways than one.

Issac is one of New York City’s most eligible bachelors. He is also one extremely very fine and very handsome man who just happens to be the CEO of a pharmaceutical company. But beyond that he is not human, he is immortal. After a fateful meeting, he is left mesmerised by one sassy and beautiful blonde. His favourite type of woman. A beautiful creature that has no idea what she is or what she is capable of. Issac offers Stas a proposition one she can’t say no to. With Issac by her side Stas is introduced to a world of supernatural beings, passion and a choice of a different life.

But who can she trust? When foes become friends and friends become foes Stats has to learn to trust one side but which side is that? Will Stas finally find the answer to all her questions? Will Stas find out just what she is? Will Issac find the one thing he didn’t know he was looking for? Will evil triumph over good? Can Issac love someone he is supposed to hate?

With lots of twists and turns this is a unique and complicated paranormal world that is fascinating and keeps you thoroughly engaged from start to finish. I enjoyed Isaac and Stas’ story and can not wait for the next book in the series. This is definitely a must read.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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