Monday, May 29, 2017

•٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠• Review For The Mortal Falls By Anna Durand •٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠•

The Mortal Falls 
By Anna Durand
Published March 24th 2017 
By Jacobsville Books

A pragmatic human thrown into a world of magic...

Lindsey Porter fled from her traumatic past, determined

 to lay low, but now someone has framed her for 
murder. The quest for answers leads her into a parallel 
realm where magic reigns, and with a hostile sheriff 
and a shapeshifting assassin on her trail, she must 
place her life in the hands of a seductive, supernatural 
man who tempts her like no one else.

An immortal sylph enslaved by magic...

Nevan is trapped by a desperate bargain struck a 

century earlier, yet the beautiful, spirited Lindsey has 
enticed him to abandon his magically enforced duty. 
As forbidden passion flares between them, they'll risk 
everything to uncover the truth and find what they both
 need the most—redemption.

When two worlds collide...

The fates of the elemental and mortal realms depend 

on the star-crossed lovers. As dark secrets from their 
pasts threaten to shatter the fragile trust between 
Lindsey and Nevan, a shocking revelation holds the 
power to deliver salvation or destruction.

That was one hell of a book. I love paranormal 
romance books, but man that was awesome with the
 an immortal sylph guardian and the Fae and the 
copper eating leprechaun. It was extremely 
well-written. And even though walked a fine line on 
old and new beliefs it was wonderful.

This story is about Lindsey and Nevan( the Guardian)

 he was tricked into a bargain by the Sylph king to 
forever bound to look for the Januset. The ledgens tell
 of how Janus was destroyed and sent to the four 
winds. Never to be found again. But there is one thing
 the king never counted on. And that Nevan would 
leave his duty for a mere mortal. And even though he 
has no clue why, He just knows he has to be near 
Lindsey. And protect her. But the king is mad, really not
 just angry mad but nuts. He literally tried to drop her 
house on her. But he is not her only problem the sheriff
 is after her too. And she does not know why. And her 
ex is still haunting her even though she’s sure he is 
dead. Man with all this going on it was so fun to read. 
I was glued to the pages of the book and read all night
 I could not put it down. I just had to know what 
happens next. I am so ready to read more and hope
 there will be a book two. As there is so much more 
I would love to read about maybe what Tris is up to.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. 

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do 
like this book, please consider leaving a review. The 
Authors really like it when you do; they value your 
opinions too

The man watched me, his brows furrowed.
Not a man. A murder suspect. I scuffled away from him, drawing out a distance of several yards. My gaze flicked to the gun, but I couldn’t retrieve it without approaching him. “Why did you run away?”
“So you would follow.”
His Irish brogue tickled my senses like a feather grazing my skin. I gave myself a mental shake, but the sensation lingered. “Excuse me?”
My suspect sighed, as if I were the dumbest human on the planet. Maybe I was. Right at this moment, I wouldn’t have bet money on my intelligence. Still, I had my pride.
I crossed my arms over my chest. “Why did you run?”
The man hooked a thumb over his shoulder, toward the trail. “To draw you away from the body. It seemed to upset you.”
When I leaned to the left, I glimpsed the trail but not the dead man. The stranger blocked my view, which made me wonder if he’d positioned himself there on purpose. Him. The strange man who’d leaped into the falls only to pop up behind me a split second later. Impossible.
He glided one step closer, into a shaft of sunshine that painted his face in hues of gold. The shadow from his elegant nose kissed the corner of his mouth. The sun’s rays ignited his amber eyes, gracing them with a vividness beyond the normal. I roved my gaze up and down his golden body, soaking in the alien beauty of him. He wasn’t actually naked. A tan loincloth clung to his flesh, but since the scrap of fabric covered his buttocks and groin and not much else, the impression of nudity wasn’t entirely unfounded. The loincloth’s color blended into his complexion. The way it hugged his body accentuated his male physique, the way it clung to his lean hips and the upper swathe of his powerful, tanned thighs.
My gaze fell across a long scar on his chiseled torso, right over his heart. I wrestled against the bizarre urge to lunge toward him and run my hands over that glorious chest. Heat swept through me, the suddenness of it shortening my breaths.
Get a grip. I was suffering from shock. Nothing else explained this. I should not be ogling a murder suspect twenty feet away from the victim’s corpse. I wasn’t like this, not ever, especially not since—I severed the memory before it swallowed me whole. Nothing supernatural was going on here. I had a half-naked murder suspect to question. Once I knew the answers, I’d subdue this guy—somehow—and call the cops. Only then might the sheriff believe me.
Okay. Time to grill the suspect.

Straightening, I lifted my chin. “Did you kill that man?”

·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·  Anna Durand ·٠•● Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ●•٠·

Anna Durand is an award-winning, bestselling author
 of sizzling romances, including the Hot Scots series. 
She loves writing about spunky heroines and hunky 
heroes, in settings as diverse as modern Chicago and
 the fairy realm. Making use of her master's in library 
science, she owns a cataloging services company that
 caters to indie authors and publishers. In her free time,
 you'll find her binge-listening to audiobooks, playing 
with puppies, or crafting jewelry.

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