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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Forged (The World of Nightwalkers #4) by Jacquelyn Frank Review

Forged (The World of Nightwalkers, #4)Forged by Jacquelyn Frank
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Katrina Haynes finds an injured man near her remote home and nurses him back to health.

Three-hundred-and-fifty-two-year-old Scottish Gargoyle, Ahnvil, is injured after escaping from the Templars. He awakens to an intriguing woman. A storm is preventing him from getting home to his touchstone, which is needed to maintain his life.

Jacquelyn Frank did a great job with the characters. I love that you could always tell when Ahnvil was speaking because of the Scottish dialect. He was even a bit rough around the edges, which is appropriate for an old gargoyle. I really like Ahnvil. He has become one of my favorite Nightwalker characters.

Katrina is suffering from a rare disease that makes her feel self-conscious around others. She has never felt like she fit in. Having a medical background it is no wonder why she took Ahnvil in. She is a good person with a warm heart. I enjoyed the chemistry between the two characters. They were definitely entertaining.

Forged has a great plot with some unexpected surprises. Old characters make appearances, and new characters are introduced into the series; making the story more enriching. I really enjoy The World of Nightwalkers. It is a creative realm with lots of excitement. Some interesting things happened in Forged that will affect future books in the series. I look forward to reading what happens next.

Complimentary copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Mass Market Paperback, 352 pagesPublished April 29th 2014 by Ballantine BooksISBN 0345534921 (ISBN13: 9780345534927)edition language: Englishseries: The World of Nightwalkers #4

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