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Lissa's Review: Boundary Born (Boundary Magic #3) by Melissa F. Olson


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Publisher: 47North

Released: June 21st 2016

Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy

Length: 290 pages

Format: eBook, Paperback, Audio

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Synopsis

Something wicked is at work in Colorado’s supernatural community. Vampires are being paralyzed or killed with poison…a weapon favored by witches. This offense threatens to break apart the already-fractured alliance between witches and the undead. The state’s cardinal vampire, Maven, summons boundary witch Allison “Lex” Luther to stop the killing before it ignites a war. Lex has barely started investigating when she gets another surprise: the biological father she’s never met arrives on her doorstep. He has answers to all of Lex’s questions about her bloodline, but getting those answers could mean betraying the life she’s already built. Then the next vampire is poisoned—and this time it’s Maven herself. The new evil that hunts Lex is powerful and ruthless enough to stop the strongest supernatural creature in the state. In order to find such a killer, Lex will have to face down her own birthright and call on every ally—both living and dead.

Five (4.5) Boundless Stars

Boundary Born, is just as exciting as the other two books in the series. I loved the twist and turns. The mystery and having the aha! moment.

Lex, is still learning about her Boundary Magic. Some things have changed in her life. But some are still the same. Quinn is still in her life and loves her more than anything. I just wish I could get more of the both of them. And truly feel the connection between them, that I know is there.

Lex, is just really one of those kick ass strong female characters. Not to say she doesn’t have any faults. I can tell that Olson, really took her time, that she did research. It’s something I can respect. It all seemed so real, even though it’s fantasy.

Overall, I give this book 4.5 Boundless Stars. I wanted to connect more to the characters, then I had.


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