I love this one and I'm looking forward to reading the next three in the series! Five Immortal brothers who fight to keep the balance between light and dark magic and our first one Adrian meets his match in Amber, a delightful witch in distress. I find dragons with colds adorable! An enjoyable read from beginning to end!
I read this book after reading the second one. This one was definitely better than the second. I have ordered the series and hope the second was just a fluke. I do like Jennfier Ashley. The story was captivating and the love story was very touching, though the fight scenes between the demon were a bit unblievable. The author kept letting the demon get away easily, I guess to carry the story on, but they did not make the demon powerful enough for it to keep escaping and some of the scenes did not flow especially when you read how powerful the immortal was. The ending was a little anti-climatic.
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I just finished the Calling and it kept me wanting more- I'm now heading for the next book in this series. Interesting the way the characters are presented- I get to know them intimately and feel apart of the family. Jennifer Ashley is new to me and I will now look for her books. You will enjoy this one.
Horrible! I usually love Jennifer Ashley and have read the entire MacKenzie series but this is just awful. Couldn't even finish. This book does not have the plot, the characters, or the great writing that we've come to expect from Jennifer Ashely. If I didn't see the copyright, I would think these books were by different authors. Really awful. I like paranormal romance but this is just not my cuppa. If you are looking at this book b/c you like Jennifer Ashely, not just for paranormal, save your credit. You will be so disappointed!
He burst into the battle, his leather jacket billowing and his huge silver sword flashing. Amber had no idea why this warrior would rescure her, but there he was-fighting the same demon who'd killed her sister.