Fear the Heart by Hettie Ivers Werelock Evolution #2 Publication Date: May 24, 2016 Genres: Adult,
Purchase: AmazonReconciling the mind and heart often provokes inner conflict. Throw in the whims of an emerging inner she-wolf entering her first heat cycle and the revenge demands of an ancient blood curse, and all bets are off! All Milena wants is to rescue her brother and return to her life in Santa Cruz. Unfortunately, her situation in Brazil grows increasingly complicated as she uncovers more startling truths kept from her since birth–leaving her at a loss as to whom to trust and what to believe. Caught in the crosshairs of a vicious blood feud between two rival covens, Milena finds that guarding her heart is no simple feat … not when it’s the fearsome heart of an ill-fated blood curse that’s blossoming to life within her–threatening to unlock a long-prophesied reign of darkness upon the world with the power to destroy them all.
So I'm new to this series and I don't normally read books about weres. The back story sound interesting enough. The problem is not much happened other than a lot of sex. At times some hot steamy sex. Some call your bae to the room cause it has gotten you riled up sex but still. I wanted more of the story to revovle around the blood curse. I know the relationship between Milena and Alex is important to the overall story but this could of been a deeper story.It's a good read if you want something on the umm...raunchy side.
About Hettie IversHettie Ivers is a dedicated office drone by day and a smut storyteller by night. In early youth Hettie indulged in excessive Barbie doll play with her sisters where the complex, character-driven, twisty plot lines often went on for days and frequently involved gratuitous lava explosions, jetpack rescue missions, and very racy scenes between Babs and Ken. Over time she ditched the lava and the jetpacks. Hettie favors stories in which realistic, relatable characters must navigate fantastical, larger-than-life circumstances. She’s a sucker for sexy antiheroes, underdogs, and flawed protagonists, and she enjoys fresh spins on classic tropes with a sprinkling of satire.
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