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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Book Review: Vice (Fireborn Wolves Book 1) by Genevieve Jack

Vice (Fireborn Wolves Book 1)
by Genevieve Jack
September 13, 2016
215 pages
Genre: Werewolf & Shifter Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy

Some cravings can't be denied. 

Werewolf Laina Flynn longs to break from the patriarchal expectations of Fireborn pack. A successful entrepreneur, she doesn't have time to be bossed around by her alpha brother, Silas, let alone to act as a proper werewolf princess. 

But when a wolf is found murdered on Fireborn shifting grounds, Laina will do anything to protect her pack, even if it means posing as a waitress at a club that flies in the face of her feminist ideals. Unfortunately, her inner wolf marks the club's owner, Kyle "The King" Kingsley, as her vice--her metaphysical addiction. He becomes a hunger she can't that could threaten her life, her family, and her pack. 
˃˃˃ **Due to explicit sexual content, language, and violence this book is recommended for ages 18+**

Veterinarian Dr. Laina Flynn has a secret. While she’s confident and fiercely independent, she’s also forever tied to a patriarchal wolf pack. As princess to the Fireborn Wolf pack, Laina is expected to fulfill family and pack expectations above all else; a critical sticking point between Laina and her brother Silas. When pack loyalty forces Laina to work undercover, she must leave behind her practice and personal life to help combat a familiar, but very dangerous, threat.

Vice is an entertaining, action-packed story full of suspense and steamy romance, a formula that has served Jack well in the past. Laina is written with a feminist voice. As such, this provides a more modern romantic exchange. While I adore an alpha male in my fictional life most of the time, I don’t always enjoy the suppressive, at times abusive, undercurrent inherent to those relationships. Laina’s strength contributes to a fresh, equitable love story that doesn’t skimp on sexy.

I’ve been a long-time Genevieve Jack fan having read her entire Knight Games series, a solid saga from start to finish. Vice takes place in the Knight World with some character crossover. It was a nice touch to see an appearance from Grateful and Rick. I’m happy to report that Vice is a formidable fit for this world and I look forward to the rest of the Fireborn series.

Review: Virtue (Fireborn Wolves #1)
Book three coming March 2017

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Bianca Greenwood
About the Author:
Genevieve Jack is a former registered nurse turned author of weird, witty, and wicked-hot paranormal romance. She grew up in a suburb of Chicago and attended a high school rumored to be haunted. There she developed a love for old cemeteries and ghost tours. Today, she specializes in original, cross-genre stories with surprising twists. She lives in Illinois with her husband, two children, and a Brittany spaniel named Riptide, who holds down her feet while she writes.

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