Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Book Review: Shadow Walker Box Set by Tiffany Shand ~ #UF #PNR @TiffanyShand

Book Information:

Print Length: 342 pages
Publication Date: April 2, 2018

Genres: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

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About the Shadow Walker Box Set:

After her enforcer teammates are killed in a bust gone wrong, Denai witch Charlie McCray struggles to carry on working the job without them. Using her gift of communicating with the dead, she's determined to get justice and find those responsible no matter what. But her only clue to go on is a mysterious orb with a deadly reputation that everyone wants to get their hands on.

The only one who may be able to help her figure out their deaths, and the connection to the orb is the dark and sexy demon from her past. Convinced she's his life mate, to her denial, Charlie isn't happy to see him again. Can they really work together as partners to track down the truth whilst ignoring the ever-growing attraction between them?

The Shadow Walker box set is a fast-paced urban fantasy that takes you on a rollercoaster ride. Book one involves the search for Charlie's team's murderer. Charlie also has a boyfriend that is decidedly not Drake. While not overshadowing of the plot, there is the triangle that Charlie must traverse while working on her case. One man is distracting enough but when feelings she tried to block for Drake begin to squeeze through the cracks in the wall around her heart where he is concerned, Charlie finds herself distracted by two as she tries to navigate through the crime she's trying hard to solve. Book two continues the saga as Charlie learns more about Drake, their bond, and her own family. Book three provides a solid conclusion to the story of Charlie and Drake, who they are apart, and who they become when they are together. 

I really enjoyed Shadow Walker. Charlie is a likable protagonist who cares very much for the team she lost. She started off conflicted between Scott and Drake, both of whom she she cares for even if she denies the pull the Drake. The only issue I had with the triangle in book 1 is the treatment of Scott by Charlie after Drake waltzes back into her life. Charlie was a bit high schoolish instead of acting like an adult. In the end, Charlie will be forced to deal with her romantic life but be prepared to see more denial regarding Drake while she continues trying to truly figure out who and what she really wants. And that's okay. Relationships are tough, especially when you have two suitors.

Tiffany Shand wrote a hit box set with great character development and wonderful world building. The characters are personable and the descriptions used in the book were easy to visualize. I was excited to read the trilogy and couldn't put it down. I was engaged in Tiffany Shand's storytelling from the first book and it continued all the way the end. I enjoyed the dynamics between Charlie and Drake, as well as Charlie's interactions with other characters she meets. There are couple of revelations that are revealed that truly shocked me. This book is exciting, full of action, and is full of twists and turns. I highly recommend it to lovers of urban fantasy and paranormal romance.

If I mention anymore than this, I'll be revealing important plot points and spoilers so, please, just grab your copy of the box set on Amazon today!

I was given the book to read.

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