Saturday, February 23, 2013

Review: Ember's Curse by Gena Lutz

Title: Ember's Curse
Author: Gena D. Lutz
Source: Author Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance - wolf shifter
Length: Novel
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

For Prime-Werewolf Ember Stilwell, life has been far from normal.  Decades ago, a vengeful Witch cursed her Pack, leaving the women of her line incapable of feeling love.  When an organized group of immortal killers begin to stalk and capture wolves from her pack, she sets out on a path fraught with danger.  Just when it seems the world as she knows it will be changed forever, she meets Collin, an Alpha Werewolf with a body build for sin.  As her heart begins to heal, she comes to find that the demons of her past are not nearly as dangerous as the nightmares she will be forced to face in her future.  Can finding her true love conquer all?  Or will the ability to feel for the first time be overshadowed by losing everything else she holds dear?

Ember's curse is quite the exciting romance.  Ember has been cursed to never feel love until she finds her one and only true mate.  The chances of that happening anytime soon are pretty small.  But when Collin walks into her life to help investigate werewolf slaying and kidnappings, all bets are off and she can only hope she survives long enough to figure out what the hell is happening to her.

One of my favorite parts of this book was that it wasn't just werewolves vs vampires vs witches vs human.  Ember has friends from all those realms, and she has enemies from them all as well.  The world was written in a way that supernatural types were just another part of life - some were good, some didn't care, and some were downright nasty.

Ember and Collin have sparks flying all over the place, but don't really have time to do much about it at the moment (but they do sneak off a few times to make get some alone time in).  The end of the book leaves with quite a cliffhanger - and a possible second romantic couple.  With some things tied up nice and pretty with a ribbon and others running out of control, it was the perfect set up for a second book that I can't wait to read.

1 comment:

  1. If I am not mistaken this was free on Amazon and I downloaded it. I might try to get to it soon.


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