Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Heart's Volition by Frey Ortega

HeartTitle: Heart’s Volition
Series:  Into the New World, 4
Author: Frey Ortega
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre: MM, Contemporary Paranormal
Word Count: 47,066
Reviewer: Redz
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Publisher’s Blurb
Micah Faraday is an incubus with a rough past, one that includes being held captive by not one, but two psychotic madmen, and having a rough time acclimating to believing he’s worth being loved, let alone being a person. Surviving day by day isn’t really living it, and one day Micah made the decision to die. Of course, until he makes the mistake of binding himself to the phoenix named Erik Anderson.
Erik is exactly what Micah needs but doesn’t think he wants: grounded, stable, reliable, and he doesn’t know when to give up. He seeks to understand Micah and to help him through his pain, but he also has to contend with a world he’s not familiar with.
In the midst of all of the chaos that surrounds them, Micah and Erik go on a journey of learning to trust and understanding that some of the worst choices we’ve made end up being the best ones after all.

Heart’s Volition by Frey Ortega is the four book in the Into the New World series.  This book is not a standalone novel.  Needs to be read in order. I think though you will love the journey this series has taken as much as I have.  I really have wanted Micah to have his story, and he does in this book.  Can’t go wrong about a story with a naughty incubus in it.   Micah had never intended to bind himself to anyone.  He was actually getting tired of life all together.  Then he binds himself  to a man he finds steady, reliable, and everything he never thought he needed.  Oh and he is a phoenix.  Micah doesn’t want Erik to settle on him, when Micah feels so broken right now.
I like how they overcome their differences and learn that the other person really has something they need. They are stronger a couple than they ever were singly.
Both men are passionate and truly sweet people at heart. What keeps me coming back to this series and wanting more is that, and Frey Ortega’s humor. I really cannot get enough of it. I really get a sense of who the characters are and what they want out of life.  Over all family feeling of the book really is nicely done.
When you want a story with great sex, lots of love, and unforgettable characters I really suggest picking this series up.  I am very glad I have.

                                Five Shooting Stars

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