Chasing Destiny is everything I’d want in a shifter romance

Chasing Destiny  (Silver Tip Pack, #2)Chasing Destiny by Megan Erickson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better than book one in this new shifter series Megan Erickson lays down book two and it is beyond all superlatives.

I want to see this series as a film or on TV, the world building is wonderful, the dystopian future is carefully crafted into an intrinsically real feeling environment where Weres, werewolves and undead Noweres wander the Earth.

Having fallen hard for Dare and Reece, I don’t think I was prepared for just how much Bay and Nash were going to fight to take the number one pairing from them, but fight they did. And they won.

The love story in this one is a triumph of perseverance over adversity, of never being willing to give up hope, of knowing deep in your heart that your soul mate was still out there somewhere.

I loved the twists in this one, there was more of a mystery feel to this than the more straight forward adventure of book one. There was a hint of danger always sat on the periphery as the story unfolded.

And the sex, scorching, combustible, passionate, a little bit kinky, emotionally healing and blazing off the pages. These two loved often and they loved hard.

I’m also loving all the new story threads and potential new relationships being carefully set up as the narrative progresses. I can’t be the only one wondering if we’re going to be getting an MMF romance in the next instalment?!

Another beautiful cover from Natasha Snow too.

#ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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More fabulous “hexy” fun times

Hexmaker (Hexworld, #2)Hexmaker by Jordan L. Hawk

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series really is a delightful original, a steampunk dystopian alternative reality set in an America resembling turn of the century Edwardian society.

The hexes which make up the power in this world are intriguing and detailed and the witches and familiars who have the skills to power them are fully fleshed out characters.

I loved both Owen and Malachi, the difference in their respective backgrounds and stations in life worked wonderfully well against the backdrop of more anarchist plotting.

Lovely to see guest appearances from Tom and Cicero as well as Dominic and Rook. I hope there’s a book three on its way soon.

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