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Shadows of Fate (Shadow Born Book 1) by [Dennis, Angela]
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  • File Size: 675 KB
  • Print Length: 266 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (April 8, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 8, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ID6XH8U
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Shadows of Fate caught me off guard. I mean really caught me off guard. I can honestly say I was not expecting to enjoy it this much. I fell in love with the writing style within the first few pages and when I say late night reading? Well that is because I started this and did not stop till I was done.

To be able to actually cause me to blow off doing work, sleep or even eating it has to be pretty dang engaging, and believe me it is. I love good urban fantasy, and as I have mentioned before, it is hard to find unique stories in this genre. Angela Dennis has something special going on. She includes both the main protagonist, Brenna’s point of view and she introduces Gray, the antagonists point of view in later and it causes that feeling of “Oh oh oh I know what is going on and Brenna doesn’t… neener neener!” I like stories like this! When you have a love interest between the protagonist and antagonist it is always a journey too. I loved how this one went! Paranormal romance lovers will love this!

Sometimes with mysteries or other conflicts if we as the readers figure out what is going on to early it really does ruin the story. I suspected what was going on, I mean it was kind of obvious but the author kept dropping misleading story devices that made me go hmmmmm at the same time. I really appreciate this. It makes the story more alive!

Having it in a post-apocalyptic Colorado gives it the urban flavor and having tunnels underneath with that dark underworld again… maybe not the most original idea but Angela Dennis wove the world and action so well together with such diverse, unique and three-dimensional characters the whole story was special and really enjoyable.
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So the biggest problem I had when it came time to review this book was trying to decide if I liked it or I loved it, which is always a good sign. This was easily one of those books that I want to sit in one place for a few hours, have no one disturb me, and just submerge myself into the world and the characters and escape for a while. I genuinely enjoyed the book from beginning to end.

A couple of things stood out to me as I read the book. The first thing was at the very beginning, it starts with Brenna’s point of view, and then she meets Gray. I knew I was going to like Gray, not sure how I knew but I knew I would. As the writing progressed I remember thinking in my head, “I really hope Angela includes Gray’s point of view too, it would make the book so much better”. Three pages later bam there was Gray’s point of view. I think the story could have been told in only one POV, but having both just made it so much better, gave everyone so much more depth, and, well, made me happy.

Brenna as a character just works for me. She’s got a tough exterior, but on the inside she’s a bit on the tortured side. She’s strong, but loyal. She has a great moral compass. There were several times throughout the book where she could have taken the easy route of self-gratification and just gone for the easy vengeance, but instead she does the right thing, the right thing for her, the right thing for justice. I wish I could explain more, but I am so not going to ruin it for future readers. Brenna has a serious job, basically policing the world from things that go bump in the night (there’s some great backstory here about the Fall and the Rise). But the thing about her job, is that really, it’s all she has left. The people she works with are the only people she has left really.
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When I first read the synopsis for this book I was excited to join the tour. And it was a great read!!! Any fans if paranormal romance or urban fantasy will love this read.

We get a look into this world after the veil between the human and demonic worlds had been torn open. Demons are able to get into the human world and other creatures are proven real.

The story starts by meeting Brenna who is serving her time after being banished from her home world after committing mass murder. People seem to think they know what happened and blame her for it and events that followed. She is suspicious when Grey, another Shadow Bearer, joins her as her partner. She is suspicious that he is sent to kill her, but things are more complicated than they both think. Brenna tracks down demon's using a human host to be in the human world and removes then while trying to keep the human alive. More attacks are happening and a serial killer is on the loose. Everyone seems to think that Brenna is the target and work trying to figure it out.

People close to her keep turning up dead and clues are left to tie her to them. I love the dynamic the characters have with each other, you can see the relationships and respect they have with each other. Grey starts loosing focus to why he is there as he gets closer to Brenna. He learns things aren't how he thought and fights keeping his glamour on so that she will not recognize him. The big plot is not something from left field that you can't believe happens, and is very well written.

Angela Dennis gives us a look into both Brenna and Grey's POV and the flow of the story was perfect. This was a book that I didn't wNt to put down! It keeps you engaged and hopeful. I love the relationship that blossoms between Grey and Brenna.
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