REVIEW: “THE PROMISE” by Victoria Sue

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TITLE: The Promise
AUTHOR: Victoria Sue
SERIES: Sirius Wolf book 4
PUBLISHER: Dark Hollows Press, LLC
GENRE: Mpreg
E-BOOK: Yes
PAPERBACK: Yes
PRICE: $ 4.98 e-book on Amazon
LENGHT: 172 pages
RELEASE DATE: 14th January 2016

BLURB: The time of Anubis is at hand.

Working together against him, the goddess Sirius and the god Orion have helped mankind prepare by uniting Blaze, Conner, Darric, and Aden to fight the evil in the world. But in the war to come, the werewolves will need more allies, and this will extend beyond werewolf kind. Marcus, an ex-Marine who’d lost both his legs in a landmine accident, is now Human Liaison Officer for Blaze’s pack. Having lost his lover when the man couldn’t bear to live with “a cripple”, Marcus never expected that he’d fall in love again, let alone with the werewolf Kellan, who seemed to be universally hated by the pack.

The Winter Circle is moving, and a psychopathic pastor has abducted Nate, one of the wolves from Hunter’s pack. For once the wolves cannot rescue him — it has to be a human — and now Marcus must save the wolves from their biggest threat: one of their own.

If Marcus succeeds, he will bring in a new era in mankind’s battle against the power of evil, starting with a simple promise and ultimately mending four broken hearts.

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Finally the next book in this awesome series by Victoria Sue! And then it’s Kellans story, yay. I know he isn’t loved by much people after all what he did, but a little part of my heart went out for him right in the first book, I confess. I have a soft spot for the misunderstood bad guys. He deserves a happy ending and if possible at least someone who will and can love him as he is… On the other hand we learn more about Marcus Flint, too. He had a few appearances in the first books and he already intrigued me in the past with every visit. A human liaison officer surrounded by werewolves as far as the eye can see? Well, that will be interesting to see and you will be surprised, at least as much as Marcus himself, when he finds out what lies within him and what fate has planned for him. The “old” threat The Winter Circle reaches out again and this time tries to strike on a more than personal way against Blaze and all werewolves. Poor Nate…! With some really surprising twists and turns, Blaze and his three mates have to pretend on the help of their allies to face again a major threat within “their” pack, to safe their kind and safety of all mankind.

While reading and especially after I’ve read the last words, I was more than sure that in some ways “The Promise” was right after the ending of Eternal Circle the most intense book in this awesome series. Join the fight once more and let yourself surprise and get caught in the intimate and intense getting together of…well, I won’t say anything further, read yourself. With some twists I really haven’t seen to come it will keep you at the edge of your seats! I enjoyed this book very much and can’t wait to read more and more and more of these guys! An awesome read for all fans of the Sirius Wolves series and highly recommended!

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****I would like to thank the author for the opportunity and privilege of reviewing this ARC. My opinions of this book, were entirely my own.****

 

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2 thoughts on “REVIEW: “THE PROMISE” by Victoria Sue

  1. ksue135 01/14/2016 / 6:20 PM

    Thank you so much for a fabulous review! I wanted to try something a little different in this book – hope it worked 🙂

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