Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Avenger's Heat by Katie Reus - Review

To truly have her, he must free her from her dark secret…

Enforcer Erin Flynn has dedicated her life to protecting her kind. But keeping her heart safe from Noah Campbell, the smoking-hot shifter who saved her life last year, is more difficult. The deadly beauty would love to sink into his arms and become his mate, but she knows she can’t—he must never know about her dark past.

When Erin is sent to investigate the disappearances of pregnant shifters in New Orleans, Erin and Noah find themselves involved in a mystery more sinister than anyone expected. And as Erin delves further into the crimes, chilling information about her own past is revealed. The people who wanted her dead in the first place are trying to finish the job, and Noah wants nothing more than to shield her from harm. But can Erin truly trust Noah and let him see the wounded beast she’s hidden for so long?

Ms. Reus has built a rich world full of interesting covers. From the very beginning Erin intrigued me and I waited and waited for her story so I was excited to see that I was finally getting it with Avenger’s Heat. Noah is a seriously awesome alpha wolf shifter, he is everything a woman could want, a partner who both protects and supports.

Erin is a pretty amazing heroine, she’s strong, and a warrior but still has a vulnerable side. Their banter and tension when together was my favorite part. I really enjoyed reconnecting with other characters and as always Ms. Reus does a great job writing interesting secondary characters. Erin has some insecurities because of the abuse in her past and doesn’t feel like she’s a proper mate for Noah, and I think that’s a very real emotion and I enjoyed seeing it.

Ms. Reus proves that whether it be hot contemporary or steamy paranormal she can write diverse and rich worlds with full three-dimensional characters that are easy to relate to. I highly recommend this book and this series!

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.

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