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Unchained by a Forbidden Love (Eternal Mates Paranormal Romance Series Book 15) Kindle Edition
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- Book 15 of 17 in Eternal Mates Paranormal Romance Series
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About the Author
- Publication Date : December 14, 2017
- File Size : 495 KB
- Print Length : 258 pages
- ASIN : B0789CB69R
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #355,838 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I felt that this book was slightly different than previous in the series - while before we had dealt with issues our main couple had we also had the Archangel storyline featuring quite heavily and a lot of action and suspense around that arc. In Fuery and Shaia book things were a lot more personal and to an extent there was a bit less focus on what was going on around them - though our hero was still carrying out his role as an assassin and we caught up with a few of our favourite characters from earlier in the series - I loved the fact that we followed Shaia and Fuery's history, heartache and battle to get back to where they once were.
We knew from before that Fuery was pretty lost to the darkness and not far from becoming totally gone but we had no idea what had caused him to fall so far and when we did discover the cause I could completely understand and my heart broke for them both!
We jump back and forth through four centuries and the true depth of feeling and love between our couple was palpable. Even though they had been separated for so long, their connection, chemistry and devotion was as deep as it had been when they first knew each other. I loved Shaia's strength and belief in Fuery, she wouldn't give up on him even when she was encouraged to.
As you would expect from a Felicity Heaton read the story was action packed, had some twists and turns, battles of the heart and a shed load of heat and attraction.
You'd possibly think that by the 15th book in a series things would maybe be getting a little slow or repetitive but I can honestly say that this series just keeps getting better and I'm looking forward to finding out what's next for the Eternal Mates
5 hugely deserved stars!!!
It was nothing but Fuery fighting the darkness Shia thinking he was dead he thought he killed her and now knowing they are both alive it's literally chapter after chapter of him fighting the darkness, not wanting to hurt her, over and over and over again. The only thing that is vaguely entertaining is at the end of the book she gets kidnapped for a quick minute, he fights everyone, goes dark but surprise surprise the mate bond saves him. The End....thank goodness!
Top reviews from other countries
This story follows Fuery. We’ve met him before in the series. He’s an elf literally teetering on the point of no return. Tragic and brutal events in his long past have pushed him into the darkness. Barely a sliver of his true self remains. I loved Fuery. I’ve got a bit soft spot for broken heroes, and he was more broken than most. I loved the sliver of goodness in him and how hard he’d fought for so long to keep that alive. My heart broke for his struggle and I was invested in him from the start.
It also follows Shaia. She has been mourning the death of her mate for four thousand years. She’s resigned herself eventually to marry to please her family. Then a chance encounter gives her a small amount of hope. Was she wrong all this time? She decides to throw off the restraints that’s she’s lived by her whole life and finally go in search of her happiness. I loved the change in Shaia throughout this story. She started as a bit lost and worried about displeasing her family to taking matters into her own hands and finding her backbone. She wasn’t afraid to fight for what she wanted and turned into a strong heroine that I loved.
There was action aplenty but also emotional and passionate moments too. The plot moved along at a good pace and I was eager to keep reading. The secondary characters were also great and added their own parts to the story as well. It was good to catch up with some familiar faces from previous books and see others that I’m sure will feature more in future books.
I enjoyed every minute of this and devoured it in one sitting. Although it is part of a series I think you could enjoy this story as a stand alone. I do recommend the rest of the series though as they are all very good books.
I would definitely recommend this to fans of PNR romance. They don’t get much better than this in my opinion. I can’t wait to read the next book in this super addictive series.
Fuery is a fantastic character. He was introduced to the reader a lot earlier in the series, but hasn't had a chance until now to tell his story. He is an Elf and is working as an assassin alongside Harbin, who's story was told in book eight - Marked by an Assassin, and Hartt, who's story is yet to be told. Unfortunately, due to first fighting in a long war between the Elf Prince brothers, Loren and Vail, and his career as an assassin, he has become tainted by a darkness that threatens to overwhelm him and turn him into a monster with no conscience or mercy. When he learns that his fated mate whom he thought he had killed in a fit of madness is still alive, Fuery must battle the darkness within to claim her once more before its too late.
Shaia is also a fantastic character. I loved meeting her. She is a feisty elf, but she also has a nasty habit of allowing her family to dictate her life for her. I'm not sure if this is because she is looking for their approval or just has a low self-esteem problem. Nevertheless, she met and fell in love with Fuery forty-two centuries ago, but thought he died in a battle between the two princes not long after they became mates. Now, as her family is forcing her into a relationship she doesn't want, she is given a glimmer of hope when she finds out that Fuery wasn't killed at all. Determined, Shaia embarks on a dangerous mission to win her mates heart once more.
I absolutely love the Eternal Mates world. I started to read this book and I was quickly pulled in. It kept me riveted from beginning to end.
The story is told through the eyes of both Shaia and Fuery, which gives the reader a chance to see their thoughts and feelings. The characters living within the Eternal Mates universe have a strength within them that helps them to survive. However, they also have flaws and fears, which makes them lifelike and relatable. The heat between the main characters blazes white hot on the pages, and left me breathless at times with their intensity.
I did wonder if this series is becoming too formulaic for me. Don't get me wrong, I do love a good romance (paranormal or otherwise), but if this is a series with a story arc hidden amongst the pages (Archangel anyone?), this book didn't have anything to add to it. Sometimes its good to take a step out of the story arc and then bring the characters in at a later date back into the story arc. I am not sure if this is what the author is doing, but I am also a reader who would like more progression on the story arc front. The series is on book fifteen and each story in the series is a stand-alone, but since there seems to be a vague story arc, there must be a conclusion. However, it seems to me that the author is drawing it out a bit too long. I can understand why she is doing this; I too love the Eternal Mates world and don't wish it to end either, but when the story arc is dragged out in this fashion I start to loose interest in a series. This doesn't mean I won't read any more of the series, only that, in my opinion, the series is becoming a little tired. Perhaps the author should focus on one of the other book series she is working on, Guardians of Hades for instance, or something else for a bit before coming back to this series again. I would much rather have quality over quantity when it comes to a book series, especially one I love.
Felicity Heaton has written another fast paced, sexy paranormal romance that I thoroughly enjoyed! I love her fast paced writing style, which flows effortlessly from scene to scene. She is on top of my favourite author's list.
I do not recommend this book to younger readers due to the extremely HOT and explicit sexual scenes. However, I highly recommend this book (and series) if you love sexy paranormal romances full of vampires, elves, werewolves, cat shifters, succubi, incubi, angels, dragons, demons and demonesses. - Lynn Worton
Felicity's ability to emit pure, raw emotion from her characters is amazing! Every page you read will bring your emotions to the front - for the characters, their pain, their love, their suffering, their struggle - this series is one the most gripping i have ever read!
This book follows Fuery who was introduced previously in the series but not much was know about him. His story was probably one of the most awaited in this series and Felicity did not disappoint! Shaia is a shy elf who is pained by the loss of her mate - over four thousand years later, after recieving some heart lifting information from an old friend - she sets off against the wishes of her family and elfen society into the outside world to find her love and save him! Their adventure is incredible and is a brilliant read! So get buying, make yourself a hot chocolate and get reading! You wont regret it!
In terms of the overall arc, there was a small mention of Archangel but it didn't suffer for not dwelling on that. Rather for me it fleshed out further the different realms and added greater colour and clarity to people and places we've encountered before. The added details of elf culture and tradition and appearances from some familiar faces along the way made this a really great addition to the series and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I wouldn't want to include spoilers but when certain faces popped up, it made me smile a lot.
As always, when I finish one of Felicity Heaton's books, there is always a character I'm itching to know more about. This time, it's Hartt and I'm hopeful his story will be told in the future.