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For Fox Sake: A Why Choose Shifter Romance (The Chaos of Foxes Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 268 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 3 in The Chaos of Foxes
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"This story is in the same world as Spotted Her First. Follows the MC Kenzie in a mission to get a potion and meets up with a few foxes who may be her mates. Oh my this was a awesome book and a definite must read! Emma Dean has out done herself again." -Lisa Marie Perez
"I loved this book so much. Kenzie is such a fighter and a survivor and so are her men. I adored the push/pull between them and especially the banter. I also loved Kenzie's relationship with her sister and Gram-Gram. I just plain loved this book!" - Rachel Vine Voice --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- Publication date : August 28, 2018
- File size : 5348 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 268 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07DYPD8Q9
- Lending : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #63,083 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The characters are great and you just can’t help but fall in love with them. They each have interesting backstories and interactions. The bonus of a RH book is multiple guys each unique and roughly follow a different stereotype which means there’s generally at least one guy that meets your preference as a reader if not all because Why Choose. It was well written, as with most kindle authors there were a few little edit mistakes most likely, and any errors were easy to skip over and not notice. I got sucked into the story very easily and was compelled to binge read them all immediately.
Kenzie is my second favorite character in the World Emma Dean has built. Mika taking the number one spot (Something Wicked is the first book in that series).
There is sizzling sex, some laughs, some death, some love, and an amazing story tying it all together.
Top reviews from other countries
Kenzie is a witch who was born without power. Treated abysmally by her coven, she has only ever loved two members of her family, she’s either ignored or berated by the rest.
Whilst Kenzie has no magic, she is incredibly intelligent and physically fit with many martial arts under her belt. She overcompensated for being without power, by pushing herself to her limits.
Kenzie’s sister is a powerful witch who has had her powers stolen with a curse. In order to prevent her sister’s eventual death she tries to steal a potion that will give someone magic powers. When she’s in the midst of stealing it, a group of three fox shifters instead steal it from her. In order to get the potion back, she agrees to help with a contract they’ve taken on.
I loved the concept of this book, a witch with no powers is a very interesting main female character in a paranormal book. Kenzie has been hurt tremendously by the people who are supposed to love her, but she has remained strong and independent despite it. She has compensated by using charms made by her sister and creating tech-magic in tandem with her as well.
The three foxes are interesting characters too. None of the foxes are related, and the way they met is part of what makes intriguing. Each of the three is vastly different and speaks to different parts of the Kenzie’s character. It’s enjoyable watching her start to bond as they work together.
The world building for this book is strong. I really like how the author explains about the covens and how they are run, over the course of the book. We also have to learn about shifter culture too, which is done as we hear about the foxes and their history.
What makes me classify this book as an Urban Fantasy, as opposed to a straight paranormal romance, is the plot. The plot is complex and interesting and would stand alone even without the romance part of the book.
This is the first book in a trilogy, and I’ll definitely be reading the rest of the series, as I really want to know what happens next.