Monday, August 20, 2018

Heart Seeker by Juliana Haygert (The Fire Heart Chronicles #1)

Heart Seeker

My rating:

Written by: Juliana Haygert
Series: The Fire Heart Chronicles
Paperback: 280 pages
Publication Date: June 18, 2018
ISBN-10: 1721602151
ISBN-13: 978-1721602155
Genre: Urban Fantasy

“For over twenty years, I’ve been lied to—magic burns within my veins, and I’m unable to resist its call.”

Mirella wants to be a normal college student… but she’s far from normal. Since she was born, her mother has been hiding the truth. Mirella is a descendent of a powerful bloodline that spans centuries, a bloodline that gives her an uncontrollable sixth sense.

Masked men desire her blood. Strangers long for her to join their cause, and a gorgeous man with magic of his own seeks to forge a forbidden bond between them.

For Mirella, there is no escape. Bodies surface, and killers run rampant as her people are hunted and slaughtered. Mirella is the only one who can save them. Trapped in a life she doesn’t want, Mirella must find the strength to summon the power inside of her— or risk the extinction of her kind.

An exciting and heart stopping urban fantasy novel, Heart Seeker is the first book in the brand-new series, The Fire Heart Chronicles. With plenty of romance, intrigue, and mystery, readers will love this supernatural new adult tale featuring a strong heroine that’s equal parts dark and magical.

**First published with Creatures boxed set on Aug 15th 2017.**
Heart Seeker (The Fire Heart Chronicles, #1)Heart Seeker by Juliana Haygert

This is a 3.5 read for me. I liked it, I found it interesting and at the end I was intrigued to know more.

The story was slow building and I found both the lead character and her mother aggregating and poor at making good decisions causing vacillating internal turmoil within the characters (if you know me, that is one of my pet peeves).

For originality, the concept was new and delightfully fresh, containing a unique twist to a human powers that I’ve never seen before in my reading material,

I received this copy of Heart Seeker from Juliana Haygert. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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