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- Print Length: 412 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00POKZDNU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #910,503 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fractured Immortal (The Bearwood Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Fractured Immortal is the first of a series and as anticipated, it ended with a cliff hanger. A testament to a good story, it had me immediately wanting to know what happens next which is all I could ask for as a reader.
A disclaimer: I know the author although we have never physically met (there is this ocean that separates us). I started to read what I believe was a final edited copy of the book in Word format about a month before its release. I quickly read six chapters and wanted more but I am not one of those readers who can read on a computer. I paused because I wanted the reading experience to be as it was intended to be so I anxiously awaited its release. I’m glad I did. I am proud to have Emma Wicker as a friend and am extremely impressed and proud of her as a writer. What an amazing first effort!
I am looking forward to the next book in The Bearwood Series!
Although she has been looking for the enemy, she has been trying to avoid another. Kyle was Ilia's first love, but they have a painful history that's hard to get past. I found Kyle a little immature and sometimes annoying, but he had a lot of good qualities.
When she finally goes to her home town, she is surrounded by her loving friends that all share her feelings. They also discover that Sol is looking for something in their town, and he isn't under the radar anymore. The war is on, but Ilia feels something for a vampire on the wrong side. There's something about Nathaniel, and Ilia has a strong connection with him.
The love triangle between the characters was okay. I like feeling torn, but Kyle wasn't my favorite to begin with so I was heavily leaning towards Nathaniel. I really liked most of the characters and the plot, but the writing style took some things away for me. Other than that, this really was a home run, and I can't wait to read the next book!
Wow!! That is my exact thought ending this book. I am speechless. Fractured Immortal is the debut writing of E.L.Wicker. It is a paranormal's haven. Filled with vampires, shape shifters, and witches, it takes us on a fast-paced journey that is filled with surprises.
"I want you. I keep coming back for you."
Told in past and present from both first and third person points of view, Fractured Immortal presented a very unique story in characters and elements. E. L. Wicker's writing style was beautifully descriptive. She painted pictures with her words that caused the story to come to life in unimaginable ways. The characters were remarkable. The emotional moments in the story made me feel shock, sorrow, joy, hope, and pleasure. When I read about Julia Mallory Rose, I lost all composure. For those that need a sampling of shmexy to get you through, although it was not throughout the entire book, when it arrived, there was exploding sizzle and heat. This was a great beginning to The Bearwood Series. Now off to book two.
"I love you to the depths of my soul."
Wicker's attention to small detail pulls you in and allows the reader to clearly envision each scene as it unfolds. Her description of each site, sound and smell illustrates the surroundings in a way that makes you feel as if you were truly there. Her characters are complex and yet believably normal in the way they interact with one another. As a romance junkie and without giving away any spoilers, I must admit, at one point in the book, I wasn't at all happy with how the romantic storyline was going, but then it all comes together perfectly and you can't imagine it any other way.
With vampires, witches and shifters, there is array of concrete characters that pulls this action packed story together completely immersing you until the very end where a cliffhanger leaves you dying to know more.
I loved it and cannot wait for the next book in The Bearwood Searies.