The author sent me a copy of this book (epub format) in exchange for an honest review.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Lorcan and Orla escaped their tragic fate on Earth by entering the Daimon Gate, a universe governed by virtuous principles. However, their entry was considered a dishonest attempt that violated the most important principle of that universe. To earn their keep, Lorcan and Orla had to return to Earth on a mission which would lead to several dangerous encounters with were-creatures.
This is the second installment in an urban fantasy thriller series, filled with paranormal and science fiction twists and turns.
Genre(s): Urban Fantasy Thriller, Paranormal Romance
Series: Spectrum Series, #2
Length: 235 pages
Release date: 2014-12-22
The Host sat. “While I was looking into that particular issue, I came across a nuance, a piece of information from a computer database on Earth that recorded something about you and what happened at Century tower.”
Lorcan whirled around. “How is that possible? The EYE can’t see into private places.”
Blue Fox re-introduces you to Orla and Lorcan, antiques’ thief and hacker. Orla’s strange encounter with a gate-keeper leads to a dangerous adventure on Earth.. This crossover between the Spectrum and the A Shade of Mind series is well handled. Their adventure is a fun mix of urban fantasy, thriller and paranormal romance; the book has a pleasant flow. The genres are well balanced.
With Blue Fox, D. N. Leo has created a worthy second instalment of the Spectrum series – as entertaining as the first one; the characters aren’t described in too much detail, despite that you can easily imagine them; they have virtues and flaws, are quite believable. D. N. Leo takes us on a journey, pretty close to Orla and Lorcan. I was drawn into the story, an invisible observer, cheering them on, shaking my head, holding my breath, etc.
Blue Fox is a good read for urban fantasy suspense fans, appreciating a touch of paranormal romance and a certain (slightly) stubborn protagonist.
This is a very pleasant read, part of a pretty entertaining series.
|Plot||Some unanticipated twists|
|Sexual content||No sexual content (some hints)|
About the author
She started writing at a very young age, and has won multiple awards for creative writing and film critique. She is a film writer and director and recently crossed to the novel medium to reach new audiences. She is in the process of converting some of her original screenplays into novels.
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