Hexslayer

Hexslayer

by Jordan L. Hawk

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ISBN-13: 9781976236365
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/18/2017
Pages: 234
Sales rank: 633,923
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Hexslayer (Hexworld, #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
I liked the first 2 (3 including the short story) but this one was the best one, in my opinion. The denial on Nick's part, I think, led to a stronger relationship between them. Less 'love at first sight' and more slow burn build up. The world Jordan has created is wonderful. I'm not usually a magic person, like poofing into a familiar vs transforming/physics/realism but I found I didn't care because the stories are so good! A+ Jordan.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
Nick has spent his life hating witches, or at the very least not trusting them, not even his brother's witch. His life's mission is to protect familiars, specifically feral familiars. Jamie McDougal, one of Roosevelt's Rough Riders, is a witch without a familiar and an uncle who's views on familiars are not the same as Jamie's. When familiars are being viciously killed, Nick decides he has to work with Jamie to stop the murderer but what happens once the case is solved? Will Nick be able to let Jamie go and return to his anti-witch stand? I knew we would eventually get a book in this series about Nick and to be honest I wasn't really looking forward to it. I liked his need for freedom but his anti-witch stance always grated on me a bit and I was afraid I wouldn't be able to like him as a main character. Its not that I felt he was irredeemable, he hadn't gone that far whenever he appeared in previous installments but I just wasn't sure I'd be ready to cheer him on. Well! I'm adult enough to admit when I'm wrong and was I ever wrong! Nick was fun, frustrating, enjoyable, irritating, and yes he still grated on my nerves at times but I most definitely wanted to see him happy. As for Jamie, well what's not to like? He is a man with a heart that is "Grinch after finding Christmas spirit" big who wants to find the killer and find happiness all at the same time. It's easy to say that Nick doesn't deserve someone like Jamie but truth is, they are perfect for each other. Now, that's not to say everything is smooth sailing for the pair just because I found them perfect for each other, quite the opposite really. Ms. Hawk really puts her couples through the wringer and Nick and Jamie are no different, most of the time that wringer is Nick but who can blame him considering the feelings he's been holding on to for so many years. As for the killings, well as usual I don't do spoilers so I won't touch on that aspect of the story too much other than to say I was completely hooked from beginning to end. Even without Nick and Jamie, Hexslayer would have had me on the edge of my seat with just the mystery alone. Thankfully, we do have Nick and Jamie so once again Jordan L Hawk has brought us into a world of magic, mystery, mayhem, and just the right amount of mushiness to make this a perfect paranormal package fitting for this time of year. However, if you don't have the time or opportunity to dive in now, you will be enthralled whenever you do give it a go because even though October is my favorite month to read all things weird and out there, I'll be reading this series whenever the author decides to give us another entry. Simply put, Hexslayer and the whole Hexworld universe, takes us on an amazing journey of the magic most of us loved as children and gives it an adult flair that lets us delve back into the "what ifs" and "could bes" that we tend to forget as we grow older. Just brilliant fun from beginning to end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
everything this woman writes is GOLD!!! A magical series, and another magical installment!!