Wednesday, August 12

Review: The Scribe by Elizabeth Hunter

Title: The Scribe
By: Elizabeth Hunter
Series: Irin Chronicles Book 1
My Copy: Ebook for Honest Review
BookWhisperer Rating: 

Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within.

Ava Matheson came to Istanbul looking for answers, but others came looking for her. A reckless warrior guards her steps, but will Malachi’s own past blind him to the truth of who Ava might be? While ancient forces gather around them, both Ava and Malachi search for answers.

Whispering voices. Deadly touch. Their passion should be impossible... or it could be the only thing that will keep them alive.

THE SCRIBE is the first book in the Irin Chronicles, the new paranormal romance series from Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.

Thoughts from The BookWhisperer

The Irin Chronicles has an explosive debut here in the pages of The Scribe. I was initially attracted to this book by the cover alone. It is pleasantly simple yet intriguing and beautiful. Then when I flipped to its description I immediately added it to my list. Malachi is lethal solider for the Scribe, and he is content with his life of servitude with no hope for something more. When he and Ava cross path it is understand able that he thinks he is simply attracted to a curious female. Ava is the type of character that power hungry females will love. She is quite capable of standing on her own, but rather vulnerable with her ignorance of the culture, and her true abilities. Add to that the beloved affection that not only comes from Malachi, but all of his brothers in arms is enough to make you melt. The action is intense, and the romance is hot. It is altogether a very promising start to what I look for to be an amazing series. Although the cliff hanger leaves me heartbroken I would willingly suffer through it again and again. Jump on board now, and follow the adventure with us here at The BookWhisperer. We will be starting Singer shortly. 

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