Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within.
Ava Matheson came to Istanbul looking for answers, but others came looking for her. A reckless warrior guards her steps, but will Malachi’s own past blind him to the truth of who Ava might be? While ancient forces gather around them, both Ava and Malachi search for answers.
Whispering voices. Deadly touch. Their passion should be impossible… or it could be the only thing that will keep them alive.
THE SCRIBE is the first book in the Irin Chronicles, the new paranormal romance series from Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.
“Every light casts a shadow. The Grigori are ours. We are the children of the forgiven. They are the children of the Fallen.”
I LOVED this book!!
The Scribe is well written, and the storyline is so much more than I had hoped for. I shocked it took me so long to discover this series but am so happy that I finally have. It was everything I wanted in a fantasy story.
Elizabeth Hunter has written such an amazing storyline, and the world building she has put into this book is wonderful. She gives the perfect amount of details to allow you to visualize what you’re reading but not too many details that you find yourself bored.
“Our Souls are the same. All of humanity, Irin, Irina. Even the Grigori have souls, though they’re black as night.”
& the Romance, oh my gosh! Talk about romance. I couldn’t get enough. This story is sexy, intriguing, and will have you ordering book two immediately.
Now don’t hate me, but it does end with a cliffhanger, sort of so just be prepared to rush to order Book two. I did. I am so excited to read the rest of the series! Yes, I know this review has little to no details in regards to what the book is actually about, and that’s because I feel like oversharing ruins books and this is one book that doesn’t need to be ruined. It’s going to involve Angels, sort of, so that is all I will give you in regards to details. 😉
“We’re all Immortal, as long as our stories are told.”