Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Jaklyn's Saviors by Elle Boon

JaklynTitle: Jaklyn’s Saviors
Series: Ravens of War, 3
Author: Elle Boon
Publisher: Siren Publishing- Bookstrand
Genre and Pairing: M/F/M paranormal, HEA
Word Count: 61,474
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Jaklyn Marx learned at a young age what pain was at the hands of her father. For seventeen years she’d lived with the physical scars, and the knowledge that she was a latent wolf. When she meets two men who claimed she was meant to be theirs, she ran.
Gray and Colt had been searching for their Fated for thousands of years. When she ran they were prepared to do anything to find her and keep her, even call on a goddess for help.
Just when the trio finds happiness a demon from their past threatens to destroy them. Jaklyn refuses to allow her father to take anything else, especially her new found love for the two men who save her past, present, and future. 
They will need more than just love to defeat Seamus and his tainted pack. They’ll need the help of all the Ravens and a god or two in order to destroy something Cronus created.


This was my first time reading author Elle Boon but I can honestly state that it will not be the last.  I enjoyed Jaklyn’s Saviors the third installment of the Ravens of War series.  I was able to jump right in and understand what was happening so it isn’t necessary to have read the prior books in this series.
Now as to why I found this story so enjoyable, one word respect.  I thought Ms. Boon gave us a strong female character in Jaklyn but I adored how her men respected her strength.  They were willing to battle their protective natures to support Jaklyn and let her fight her own battles.  The respect wasn’t one sided either.  Jaklyn was afraid of what Gray and Colt would mean to and for her but she didn’t disregard their feelings.  She ran but quickly understood they made her feel safe, safe enough to make a stand.  I admired her ability to recognize and accept the strength she gained through loving both men.
I also loved the relationship Gray and Colt had not only with each other but with their brothers in arms.  It was irreverent, loyal and respectful, again that word, but it fits.  They knew they could depend of their brothers so they were able to focus on protecting their fated one.
I enjoyed entering this world created by Ms. Boon.  She gave us fully developed characters and a well written story.  I can’t wait to see what happens next!

                     Five Shooting Stars 

1 comment:

Elle Boon said...

Thank you soo much Tina. I'm so honored to be on your blog, and for the awesome review. Big huge hugs <3