June 8, 2017

Book Review: Her Warriors' Three Wishes


Her Warriors' Three Wishes is part of a unique paranormal romance series, called Dante's Circle, written by Carrie Ann Ryan.

Jamie Bennett and her six best friends love to hang out at their local bar, Dante's Circle, which is owned by another friend. While at the bar one evening over a year ago, a serious thunderstorm caused the lives of Jamie and her friends to supernaturally change forever. However, their new supernatural abilities are only uncovered after each finds their true half.

Jamie met Ambrose Griffin over a year ago, yet he's been dealing with warrior angel duties in his realm while hiding from her. Due to his extensive age, Ambrose has lost many loved ones over the years, which leads to his reluctance to bond with Jamie, even though he believes she might be his true half. When Jamie is captured and trapped literally in hell, Ambrose joins her to fight for her freedom, and both Ambrose and Jamie meet Balin Drake, a dying demon and the other part of their true half. As the story unfolds, Ambrose, Jamie, and Balin form a relationship and bond together while fighting several enemies and dealing with various insecurities and issues.

As the second book in the Dante's Circle series, it's recommended to start with the first book, Dust of My Wings, yet it's not necessary to read the books in order. However, Dust of My Wings provides an introduction into this supernatural world and the newly changed lives of seven human friends. Also, it's a completed book series, so all seven books and several novellas are currently available to read.

Her Warriors' Three Wishes is a slightly dark story with suspense and intrigue, yet the main characters and their friends provide entertaining moments, too. It's geared towards those who enjoy reading paranormal romances, particularly stories involving warrior angels, redeemable demons, and unique magical beings.


Note: I received this book from the author, who provided reissued copies for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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