Thursday, September 19, 2013

Fever: Many are Born, Few are Reborn (Wolf Sirens #2) by Tina Smith Tour, Review & Bracelet Giveaway

Temperatures rise as the flames of longing still burn in the thrilling sequel to Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The legend continues. Apollo, god of deadly plague, conspires to undo his sister’s legacy. The wolves exist between two worlds, one in the town another in the forest.

Prophecy says hunters and wolves are cursed to a mutual attraction. Increasingly, each successive slayer becomes more alluring to the wolf. The predestined enemies struggle, to both resist and contain their fierce rivalry in a conflict powerful enough to tear two worlds apart.
A shadow has fallen over the heartlands of myth and reality. The chosen is reborn broken-hearted, in the scorching embers of grief. Devastated, Lila trains tirelessly as the assassin. She must submit to deliver justice and protect the innocent of Shade.

But is it love or revenge which motivates her?

Will the huntress or her heart prevail? Breaking away from the call of destiny and fearing betrayal, Lila makes a desperate escape in search of her lost beloved. The intensity between two ancient enemies ignites. The history of the wolf pack is revealed as devotion and desire in the underworld reaches fever pitch.

If The Bite Doesn't Get You, Then the Fever Will

You'll want to read the first book in  the series, Forbidden, before you read Fever. Fever picks up right after Forbidden with Lila training relentlessly, trying to grieve over the loss of Sky.  She is determined to escape, to seek revenge,  questioning what she was told about Sky and doubting those she considered friends.

Lila is trying to come to terms to her role as Hunter, but she matures as she does so, which I really appreciated.  I found her quite whiny in the first book (Fever).  Also, in Fever, we learn more about the Shades and the Wolves, and this really gave some understanding to some of the characters. 

A page-turning paranormal that is packed with diverse characters, a richly detailed world and  a riveting ending that will leave the reader clamoring for more.  Smith's characters are gradually changing, which I appreciate as  the story moves forward.  It gives the option for new choices and opportunities that I look forward to in future installments.

About the Author  Tina Smith is an herbalist, dog lover, Piscean and mother with a fondness for strong female protagonist's. A love of the fantasy genre and the deep exploration of dark and evocative subjects inspired Wolf Sirens Forbidden. The sequel Fever further unfolds the tale of the heroine femme fatale, on her journey in the underworld between the lands of myth and reality.

Comments about the book:  “Rich, complex, and deeply fascinating. Smith’s creation stands apart from other books in the genre. Wolf Sirens has raised the bar for paranormal romance.”- Kevis Hendrickson, author of Rogue Hunter  "Smith weaves a thrilling and beautifully crafted tale that sinks its fangs in and refuses to let go."- Michael Alexander, author of The Vessel  “Fever does not disappoint! Tina Smith captures her readers on the first page and leads them on a fast-paced journey full of suspense and adventure as heroine, Lila, struggles towards the truth.” - Beverley Eikli, author of A Little Deception

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  1. Sounds like a decent book, usually im not a fan of books that are animal heavy character wise but I like to give anything a chance :) I also really love your blog header. I also write reviews feel free to check one out:

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