Remy (Skin Walkers 10) Susan A. Bliler

Remy (Skin Walkers 10)  Susan A. Bliler 

Genre:  Romance, Sci-fi and Fantasy

 

I’ve never jumped quite so far into an established series and was a bit concerned that starting at book ten would mean I’d miss or get confused by much of the content. It sounded such a fun read though that I didn’t want to pass up the chance to read it, and fortunately my fears were unfounded.

Susan manages to give enough info for me to keep up with the back story while enjoying the current one. I guess I’d get even more from it had I read (some of) the first nine 😉 Maybe get some of the more subtle references, but as it was its a story I really enjoyed with a fabulous blend of romance, paranormal and excitement that still felt “real” to me. Even in fantasy I need to feel that if that world created was real the events could happen.

I enjoyed Harlow’s determination to prove herself, to not been seen as weak just because she’s human. I hate feeble, knuckle under and whinge heroines and Harlow is the perfect type for me, strong, stubborn and not one to be pushed aside easily just because she’s female and human. She learns quickly though that she can build her physical strength, build her skills, but still won’t have that physical edge the Walkers do. Her brother doesn’t want her training with the Walkers, he has an on-going feud with their CO Remy, and wants his little sister well away from him. Turns out though they’ve already met, in a torrid and sensual night of passion where body fluids but not names were exchanged! That sensuality still sizzles between them however much they try to ignore it.

 

Remy has seen an opportunity to get the ultimate revenge on her brother, Mason by using his sister and been searching for her for that purpose for some time, but when he actually meets Harlow somehow all his logic and plans get overturned by the protective instincts she raises in him. He’s not happy about that, Harlow isn’t happy about the way things have worked for her, and that her training gets put back for a time, and Mason isn’t happy that Harlow’s wishes will bring her into Remy’s sphere. Can they all get what they want or will everything go Boom with the ultimate explosion of personalities? It all comes to a head just as outside influences bring war to the heart of Stonecrow.
Stars: Four, a great read even though I jumped in late to the story.

ARC supplied for review purposes

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About jeanniezelos

I'm an avid reader, love my kindle and I have my head in a novel for hours daily : ) Mum used to say I'd read toilet paper if it was printed- it wasn't, so i had to contend myself with the back and sides of the cereal packets. I've always Needed to read and we had few books when i was a child hence my penchant for reading anything including adverts then... I review mainly contemporary, erotic and paranormal romance books though dystopian and urban fantasy also appeal. I'm currently rated around the 300 mark on amazon.co.uk for my reviews. I try to keep them structured and to say what I do and don't like about a book so other readers can use my review as a guide to whether they may enjoy the book.

2 responses to “Remy (Skin Walkers 10) Susan A. Bliler”

  1. Lola @ Hit or Miss Books says :

    Humans are usually underdogs in fantasy series, but they should never be underestimated!! How interesting. Is it erotica? because the cover gives that impression. Also, do you read M/M romance, like Captive Prince?

    • jeanniezelos says :

      Hi Lola, I wouldn’t class it as erotica, more a book with some sex in it. TBH I don’t really look at covers…unless they have pink or gold swirly writing which screams AVOID at me!

      I read all sorts of books, mostly with a romance slant and enjoy both erotica and M/M. I did look at Captive Prince a while back but it didn’t really appeal, it’s kind of on the wrong end of fantasy for me. Its a huge genre and spans so many different sub genres. My eldest son is a huge fantasy fan and for many years I thought it consisted only of book like Lord of the Rings, Terry Pratchett stories and star Wars type reads…..then I picked up a Maria Snyder book by mistake thnking it was a historical read ( I know…Wrong!) and discovered a whole new world of books.

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