Lissa's Review: Hellion (Relentless #7) by Karen Lynch
REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: Tempest Press, LLC RELEASED: January 8, 2019 GENRE: Young Adult, Paranormal, romance LENGTH: 263 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback
Jordan Shaw is one of the Mohiri’s best young warriors. Fearless and bold, she’s passionate about completing every job and living life to the fullest, even if that means breaking all the rules.
When Jordan encounters a demon believed to have been killed off centuries ago, her discovery sends ripples up to the highest levels of the Mohiri. While they discuss how to face the biggest threat to humanity yet, she prepares herself for the mission of her life. She’s not afraid of danger or dying, and she’ll fight to the last breath to save her family.
There’s just one problem – the frustratingly fierce male warrior who calls to her demon. In her heart, Jordan knows he’s her perfect match, but she has things to do before she’s bound to a mate. Like saving the world. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
I’m sad. It’s over. I read too fast even though at times I almost wanted to fall asleep because I was so tired. This is a story that grabs a hold of you the whole way through. Hellion follows Jordan, she’s fantastic. She does what she wants and doesn’t like anyone telling her what she can or can’t do, which does lead her into some trouble. But she usually finds her way out of whatever mess she’s gotten herself into. Her mate, Oh boy. With Jordan, she never thought she would find a mate. Especially, who it ended up being. Not that I was surprised, but she sure was. I’m not going to give it away either. I’d rather the reader experience it just the same way. The Relentless Series has become one of my all-time favorites. Just the fast pace, the action, and that bond that each character feels for each other. The writing style connects you in a way that you feel like you are part of the story. You also feel what the characters are feeling; it's so strong. I was brought to tears in some parts. I’m not sure if there will be another one in this series. Lynch can be quite secretive where her stories are going. Even if it was the last in the series, I think it ended on a good note. I loved that the previous characters were in the story as well, it’s like a whole family. You got to watch grow and build their lives together. I know that anything Lynch writes I’ll gravitate towards and read. I don’t even need to know anything about it. Just give me all the words, the stories. I can’t get enough. Overall, of course, Five Boundless Stars