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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Book Review: Vengeance (Fireborn Wolves #3) by Genevieve Jack

Vengeance (Fireborn Wolves #3)
by Genevieve Jack
April 25, 2017
232 pages
An alpha always puts his pack first.
Detective Silas Flynn wants revenge. Since the day Alex Bloodright murdered his parents, he's made it his mission to bring the rogue werewolf to justice. With information obtained from his ex-girlfriend, Soleil, the Madam of the local bordello, he's closer than ever to neutralizing Alex for good.

When he's unexpectedly assigned a new partner, Silas fights the decision, but he can't dissuade Detective Meredith Turner. The feisty redhead claims she has reasons to want revenge on Alex too. To complicate things, Silas's wolf takes an unnatural interest in her.

As he closes in, it becomes apparent that someone on the inside is helping Alex. Stopping him will force Silas to question everything, including his ability to be the alpha fate has demanded him to be.

Knight World Novels Reading Order
The Ghost and The Graveyard
Kick The Candle
Queen of the Hill
Mother May I

In the finale to Genevieve Jack’s Fireborn Wolves trilogy, maniacal villain Alex Bloodright remains an elusive foe to the Fireborn wolves. The Flynn siblings, pack ruling royalty, have a particular score to settle and seek to ensnare the rouge wolf, however, he’s always one step ahead of the good guys. Vengeance is Silas’s story. The dark , brooding pack alpha and Carlton City detective, has been a fixture throughout Jack’s Knight World books. Known in part as the love interest of Soleil, celestial fae and brothel owner, Silas emerges in this installment as one seeking vengeance and new romance.

Vengeance follows a similar arc as the previous two books in the trilogy. This time, however, Alex’s machinations are much more diabolical and will have dire consequences if not stopped. I have a feeling this may continue in future Knight World books. This book has a strong thriller-type element. The plot twists and turns constantly and the action is riveting. Jack has created an unforgettable world of paranormal creatures whose lives are intertwined with mythological elements. Fans of the Knight Games series will enjoy the substantial part Grateful plays in this installment.

Call me crazy/hopeful, but there are a couple characters I’d like to see in future Jack novels namely vampire Julius and incubus Ryker. I like how Jack has created peripheral characters with magnetic charisma that have definitely piqued my interest.

Overall, Fireborn Wolves is a solid trilogy. Within the series there’s something for everyone; mystery, romance, and action. All three books were quick, engaging reads for me. As always, I’ve come to rely on Genevieve Jack as a perennially effective storyteller.

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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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