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Zenko (Woodland Creek) by [Alexander, J. Rose, Woodland Creek]
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Length: 138 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 3965 KB
  • Print Length: 138 pages
  • Publication Date: November 15, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016NXGJ3Y
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This one is so cool, ok so let me see if I can explain without ruining things. In present world, you see Ava and Blaze. But a lot of this story is also in the past, explaining how the spirits became the fox shifters and how their customs work. It was sad reading about that, but it was also inspirational because their is hope in this young, future generation. So, Blaze and his dad live with his paternal grandmother, who is like a freaking mad woman. She is seriously horrible, but with good intentions, she just doesn't go about anything in the right way. And she HATES the 'others" the old towners. They shifters is what she means, and she will do anything to stop her son and grandson from assaociating with them. But Blaze and Ava have a connection that can't be denied, so when a woman goes missing, Blaze and Ava are the only one's who can save her. And their bond just might mend some of the old issues as well. I loved this one as well. It was so cool to have the past explained like this. And to see the grandpa, who was just so funny. And Blaze's dad, I'm so glad he came around. I can't say too much, because everything I can think of has some kind of spoiler in it. I can say the writing is excellent, the characters are magnificent, and I loved the whole story. 5 PAWS!!
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I received an ARC of "Zenko" from the author, in exchange for an honest review.

Oh my goodness, Zenko is the first book I've read by J. Rose Alexander, not knowing what I was in for I started this book. Just the prologue alone had me HOOKED. 'Zenko' is J. Rose's installment for the "Woodland Creek" collection, a collaboration of 30 authors all writing about 1 little town in Indiana USA, I was intrigued with the concept behind this collection.

As I previously stated just by reading the prologue I was HOOKED, it intrigued me, I HAD to find out just how the Tsukino family make it to Woodland Creek present time... as this story starts off 70 odd years in the past. Filled with history, old world beliefs, customs, sadness, steamy scenes, action... a couple of strong leading females.... then add in mini gods, shifters, magic & a mystery. That ending was bitter sweet, filled with happiness & sadness.

Totally FLOVED this story, I want to read some more from J. Rose Alexander. Also I can't wait to read what the others have written for the "Woodland Creek" collection.
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Wow! First I have to say 2 things: 1- I've mainly been an avid wolf shifter fan and 2- I have never read this author before, but OMG, I loved this totally different style of shifter story and now I can't wait to read more from Ms. Alexander :D I went into this very hesitant & repeatedly told myself to keep an open mind, and then bam! It pulled me right in from the beginning & held onto me until the end, and then left me craving more! I actually read it in 2 sittings coz I did not want to put it down!... Since I never recap stories or give spoilers in my reviews, all I can say is that if you love fiction, and especially paranormal and love trying new books, you absolutely have to get his page turning must read! ... Even tho I was given this to read in exchange for an honest review, I truly loved it and highly recommend this book and author! *** This is an adult fairy tale at its best, and would be an amazing movie! ***
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Zenko had me a little confused while starting the prologue and I had to start it over a couple of times. I am glad that I stuck with it and got past the beginning. Once I got into the main part of the story, it was worth it. To understand not only what a Zenko was but the history of the family and the issues they had to face since leaving their homeland was real.

While the current day story mainly revolved around saving a woman lost in the woods, there were a few different levels of love and relationships going on. Ava and Blaze are the young generation. It was sad to see that Blaze had such a neglectful life that he wasn’t happy. And yet to watch him bloom, it was a nice change of pace from the normal gal that is developing herself. The sweet romance between Ava & Blaze was young and innocent. It was also good to see that love doesn’t have to be just for the young either.
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Zenko was a great story. I loved Blaze, Patrick, Ava and Miyako.
One family dealt with great prejudiced, another had someone trying to forcefeed them prejudice beliefs.
I loved seeing the two families come together.
The love stories were sweet.
Another great story from J Rose Alexander
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