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  • Worlds Collide!

    Burning Ash by N.J. Walters is book three in her Forgotten Brotherhood series. Relationships are hard. Just imagine how hard it is when one of you is a vampire hunter and the other is a vampire. That’s what Jo and Asher are facing, and that’s the easy part. The unknown forces manipulating things in the background are the real issue. Burning Ash is very well-written addition to the Forgotten Brotherhood series. Worlds collide in the best way possible. We get two new interesting characters and sneak peeks at the current lives of previous personalities. If you like sexy male vampires or strong female vampire hunters, this is the book for you. I found this to be an exciting read and rate it 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it to all readers of sci-fi/fantasy romance. My thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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  • Does not disappoint

    Wow! This latest instalment of the Forgotten Brotherhood does not disappoint! I love the mythology woven into this story and the appearance some of these figures is fun and exciting. Plus we get check-ins from Maccus and Morrigan, to name a few. The story moves fast and is very entertaining. And the steam is of so good. This time around we meet Asher. One of the oldest living vampires created by an Egyptian goddess after his family was killed by vampires. Since then it's been his job to hunt and kill rogue vampires. His name strikes fear among vampires thought to be only a myth to keep young vamps in line. Jo Radcliff is a vampire hunter. Asher finds himself very much attracted to her. She's smart, gorgeous and talented. She reluctantly agrees to work with him in order to figure out who sent them anonymous emails but now someone is trying to kill Jo. Using the Brotherhood to go after her and counting on Asher to protect her at all cost. Thanks so much to Entangled Publishing and NetGalley for this ARC.

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  • Amazing chemistry

    I'm really enjoying this series about powerful supernaturals who are the ultimate law bringers. Vampires have to play by the rules and if they don't it's Asher who is the bogeyman sent to dust them. He received an odd email and when he goes to check it out to his surprise he comes across a real life Buffy who he finds thoroughly entertaining and sexy or maybe that should be SEXY ! Jo is a Vampire slayer and has no compunction about taking as many out as she can. When Mr Tall, Blonde and Hunky helps her kill a murderous Vampire she just cannot seem to get rid of him ! Trouble is Jo isn't a hundred percent sure she really wants to but Asher is keeping secrets. Jo thinks he's human and things get a lot more complicated when they try to track who is sending the mysterious emails . First I have to say I think this series has the most beautiful covers but Asher is blonde in my copy so the cover doesn't quite fit. That's no big deal ultimately just a slight niggle but nevertheless I am happy with my rating. This couple have such amazing chemistry and I was happily very surprised by just how funny Asher was. Having read the previous books its obvious that someone with a lot of power is playing games with the Forgotten and whilst there's a huge possibility in play in this book actually my money is on the other side but only time and more books will tell ! I'm left wondering if we just might get a Werewolf story soon but whatever the author dreams up I will certainly be keen to read it. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Devoured this book!

    Wow, I devoured this book!!!! It may seem you are getting another story of a vampire and vampire hunter in love, but this is SO MUCH MORE! Asher’s background is nearly legendary, he is legendary, and what he feels for Jo reaches well beyond all that. Jo thinks she knows how the world works, but she quickly learns so knows so little, but her past has prepared her for this future. A deep connection, heat off the charts, lots of fun and wit, and a new *cough* friend you just know is in for some upcoming adventure. Love the pace, loved the story, loved the characters, loved it all!

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  • Love The Book, Hate The Cover

    Burning Ash is Book 3 in N.J Walter's Forgotten Brotherhood series. This book was a funny, with quite solid world building and likeable MCs. I've been reading this series from Book 1 and I have to say that Burning Ash has more humour compared to the previous books. I think this is mainly due to the de facto leader of this Forgotten Brotherhood Macchus (Book 1) who made cameos with his better half Morrigan. Their interactions are just too funny and it provided the comedic slant. Although I really enjoyed this book, I don't really like the cover. Hopefully the next book cover will be an improvement. Thanks to NetGalley for the copy, the views above are all my own.

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