Wednesday, December 7, 2022

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Warrior Hearts: Storm by Ellie Horn


Love doesn’t recognize barriers. Neither do alphas.

The last thing Jessie was looking for was a relationship. She wasn’t looking to get kidnapped by a werewolf either—but here she is, locked in a windowless room.

By chance, a rescue comes her way by means of a handsome horse trainer with a to-die-for butt, mysterious powers—and a damaged soul that calls to her.

Could he really be her fated one?

Her heart tells her to fight to be with him. But the werewolf virus running through her blood draws her to another . . .

If you love suspenseful, slow-burn romantic adventures with characters that are so convincing they can charm you into staying up all night, then this is the book for you.

Read it now!

Please Note:
Storm will show you how love can push boundaries, embrace many forms, and above all, conquer anything that it faces.
Even though the intimacy is one on one and meaningful, Jessie finds herself in uncomfortable situations that may bother some readers.
Warrior Hearts: Storm is a complete story that ends in a happily ever after.
Reading the series in order is suggested as there is a subplot that continues throughout the first 4 books.
This simmering romance is intended for mature readers.

Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐

Well, the first Warrior Hearts book took me on an adventure, and this second in the series keeps the momentum going. The world Ellie Horn has created in this series is thoroughly fascinating with magical creatures I've never seen in PNR, urban fantasy, epic fantasy... The list goes on.  What it comes down to is this series is filled with characters that set it apart from the crowd. The book is lengthy - as in 500+ pages - but it really didn't feel that long as I was reading. I know I did a whole lot of "just one more chapter" over the weekend because there is a lot going on in Ellie Horn's magical world. This is a MFM fated mates romance, and it is definitely a slow burn. In fact, these are probably some of the most stubborn fated mates I've come across. So, yes, they were sometimes an exercise in frustration, but it was still an entertaining journey getting there. The romantic triad aren't the only intriguing characters. Even the secondary characters are engaging, and they all add something to the storyline.
Technically, this is a standalone in the Warrior Hearts series, but I'd still recommend reading the books in order to get the full experience, especially since there's a continuing subplot. There are also several characters from the first book that play an important part in this one, which makes me happy since we get to catch up with them. 

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