Monday, June 17, 2019

Book Review: Heart of Stone



Book Blurb from Goodreads:

Alice Isn't Running Anymore.

Five years ago, mage private investigator Alice Worth escaped her grandfather Moses Murphy’s organized crime syndicate. Now, her grandfather’s war with local boss Darius Bell has drawn her out of hiding and put her in the crosshairs of not one but two merciless crime lords. Her decision to intervene in their war has endangered everyone Alice cares about and threatens to destroy the life she’s built for herself, including her relationship with alpha werewolf Sean Maclin.

Meanwhile, Alice’s new case is the most dangerous of her career. Hired to find a missing child with a rare magical ability, she and her ghost sidekick Malcolm quickly become targets for the boy’s ruthless kidnappers. To stay alive and free from both Bell and Moses, she must rely not only on her growing powers but also her alliances with Sean’s pack and the Vampire Court.


When Alice’s conflicts with pack members turn violent and the Court betrays her, the truth becomes clear: freeing the kidnapped boy and finding her place in the pack will cost Alice her secrets, her safety, and—if she isn’t careful—her life.





Book Review:


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Thank you to the author and publisher for my copy of this ARC.

If you have been following my blog, you may know that I am totally in love with Alice Worth and Lisa Edmonds’ writing.

Heart of Stone was just as great as the previous books. This was beautifully written.I would recommend reading the books in order. You could probably read it as a standalone, but you would miss all the juicy details leading to this book.

The tension in Alice’s world comes to a head in Heart of Stone. The action is riveting and kept me turning the page. I read the whole series plus this new book in a weekend! It was so good! This book blended all the conflict from the previous books. I enjoyed how it all ended.

Alice has some serious growth as a person, finally. She makes a conscious effort to include her friends, which I am really glad. I love her friends and want her to keep having adventures with her friends.

I feel like a broken record but I am super excited for the next one. Check out the rest of her books!

8 comments:

  1. Great review. Hey you can be a broken record all you want if the books are so good.

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  2. Glad you enjoyed this book!

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  3. This seems like a really creative series! Glad you're enjoying it!

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  4. Lovely review! This looks like an interesting series.

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  5. Great review, thanks for sharing.
    Gemma @ Gemma's Book Nook

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