ARC review~ Chain of Illusions by Boone Brux

ChainOfIllusionsBook: Chain of Illusions

Series: Bringer And The Bane #3

Author: Boone Brux

Format: e-book

Page Count: 368

Published: Entangled Select, 26 November 2013

Source: Publisher

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Just when I thought I came to the end of yet another good series that I liked so much, I find that it’s far from ending. Am I happy, excited, surprised? How about all of the above? In the third book of Boone Brux’s Bringer and The Bane, we pick up where we left off in the previous book and this time see Rell, the Bane sister of Jade, find her way to her happy ending with the quiet member of the Bringers, Siban.

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Review~ Kiss of The Betrayer by Boone Brux

KissOfTheBetrayerBook: Kiss of The Betrayer

Series: Bringer And The Bane #2

Author: Boone Brux

Format: e-book

Page Count: 400

Published: Entangled Select, 2012

Source: Own Library

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Oh how I love it when the womanizer falls in love. Even though we haven’t much seen the hero actually womanizing anyone, we know his type, it’s been mentioned by almost everyone and then he meets a woman who not only seems like she’s not swayed by his obvious gorgeous looks, but also like she very much wants him dead. Hmm. Can you feel the sparks of chemistry from just these few lines?

Our hero is yet another Bringer, Luc, who’s reluctant in both his abilities and his worth as a Bringer. Jade, our heroine, agrees. For reasons yet unknown to us, she wants him dead and though she tries hard, and I admit she really tries, she can’t quite manage it, and before she knows it, he saves her life. Now, what’s a gal to do?

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Review~ Shield of Fire by Boone Brux

ShieldOfFireBook: Shield of Fire

Series: Bringer And The Bane #1

Author: Boone Brux

Format: e-book

Page Count: 320

Published: Entangled Publishing,LLC, 2011

Source: Own Library

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As much fun as it is reading about vampires and shifters, apparently reading about demons can be just the same. They all have their dark sides, sure, but the word demon is enough to tip the scales in favor of evil. And the demons in these books, well, I guess they are the bad guys- they’re called the Bane– but that’s okay because we have our heroes and heroines to fight against them. Such as Rhys. He’s a Bringer, the eternal enemy and destroyer of the demons called the Bane. His specialty among the Bringers is Shield, and you can guess what that means as the name is pretty self explanatory. One faithful night, he saves a clueless young woman, Ravyn, from the clutches of yet another Bane, and starts the story for us hungry readers. Ravyn is a woman who grew up in a monastery with almost no contact whatsoever with the outside world so when I say she’s clueless, I mean she’s really clueless. She thinks the Bane is just a bed time scary story, and the Bringers are just a legend. Boy, is she in for a surprise.

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