Seer

Seer

by Hettie Ivers

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Overview

Ten years ago, seers across the globe were wiped out, thrusting the supernatural world into figurative darkness.



When word spreads that the first new seer in a decade has been found, powerful forces will hunt her.



The dead will unite to defend her.



And a repressed sadist werelock will abandon his century-long vow of celibacy to claim her as his own.



Note: Seer is a full-length novel, but it is NOT A STANDALONE. While Seer may be enjoyed as a first read in the series, for maximum entertainment, it is recommended that you read the books that precede it.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161394281
Publisher: Hettie Ivers
Publication date: 04/06/2019
Series: Werelock Evolution , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 78,147
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Hettie Ivers is an accidental romance author who likes to escape the stress of her workweek with a good dirty book—preferably one that’s also funny. Her current career does not allow much time for creative smut writing, but she loves to write after hours and on weekends and strives to publish one to two books per year, as life permits.

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Seer 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Dss360 8 months ago
What a ride this story is. It has a lot of mystery and drama. It is a darker story with Kai and Lauren. But boy does it allow you see a side of Kai that you never expected. Lauren is this sassy and oh so gifted young lady that tends to make me laugh at times. Seeing this darker side of Kai opens up so many doors. It has you waiting on anticipated breath to find out what happens. Lord was I sad when the story ended. It is a exceptional written story that draws you into this wonderful world. It keeps you until the end and even then doesn't let go due to you want to have more and more of the story. Most certainly worth reading and doesn't disappoint.
Merryj 8 months ago
Kai and Lauren will have you glued to your seats with this one. The drama is all over the place with these two and it keeps the story lively. He is darkness personified and she is in denial of her powers choosing to repress them. The two together are like a rocket launching when the fuel ignites. This story is a great read and the writing is superb! I voluntarily agreed to receive an ARC of this book for an honest review.
Michelle_V 8 months ago
I am loving the Werelock series and all the books that tie into it. I highly recommend you read No Light better yet read the whole amazing series first as it explains this fantastic world. Lauren is a seer and Kai a wolf shifter. Loved getting to know Kai more and seeing how he dealt with the death of his mate Maribel and how he struggled with his desire for Lauren. Lauren and Kai are great characters and I can't wait to read the next book to find out what happens next for them.
Melodyslove4books 8 months ago
Remember when your parents taught you about stranger-danger? Somehow I don't think they were talking about a repressed sadist werelock lol. Ok, on to the book. First, I love all books by Hettie Ivers. You can't go wrong with her stories. They've got growly alpha males, kickass females, lots of dirty talking, and sarcastic humor that will have you smiling for days. I expected to love Seer just as much although I do have to confess Kai was not my favorite person in the Werelock Evolution. I should have known a master like Hettie Ivers would not only make me like him, I fell for him in a big way. And for those of who that know my reading preferences, sadistic werelocks aren't really my jam. With Kai, there were so many layers to him. I just wanted to cuddle him while praying he didn't bite my arm off haha. As much as I loved Kai's character, I loved Lauren as well. She is the perfect foil for Kai. The push and pull between them had me eagerly swiping the pages on my tablet while secretly dreading the end of the book. I can't wait for the next part of the duet. I give Seer 5+ stars and highly recommend it. If you haven't read the whole series, give it a read now while waiting for the 2nd part of the story.
Vickory 8 months ago
I've been waiting patiently for Kai's book! His dynamic of being a tortured sadist who has been celibate for over a century was such a tease during the previous books that it had me anticipating his time to blow. Consequently, I really enjoyed those elements in this book, as well as his super alpha possessiveness (always a favorite element!). As usual, I enjoyed the bits of humor woven into the story and the appearances by the characters from the other books. Similar to some of the other books in this series I find myself really liking and almost rooting for some of the other male wolves. I would love to see this author write a menage at some point, if she was so inclined. I know there would be the fated mates and possessiveness to deal with in this world, but that might make for some interesting conflicts to explore. (Rambling alert!) I'm still not quite sure what to make of Lauren - I liked her, but I don't know if I love her completely yet. She had great humor, especially in dealing with Babs. This is book 1 of a duet so this one ends in the middle of Kai and Lauren's story - I wouldn't call it a cliffhanger though, just that it ends half way through. I am definitely looking forward to seeing more of these two together on page in book 2, as a lot of this first book was them spending time apart dealing with their own issues (and rightly so for what was going on with them).
moonfox1234 8 months ago
Sinful, dark, twisted, intense and smoking hot, Kai and Lauren's romance gets off to an epic start in this the first book in their story. Yes, you will have to wait to see how it all concludes in the next book. Also I highly recommend that you read the other books in the Werelock Evolution series. Characters reappear, events are referenced and there are story line elements that continue to unfold as the series progresses. Please be aware that this book is extremely steamy. Kai is a sadist that has held his desires in check and been celibate for a long time. Now that his restraint is crumbling things are going to get feverishly cataclysmic. The attraction and chemistry between these two was nuclear and their scenes scorching. The story quickly pulls you in and just doesn't let go. Gripping, highly emotional, dramatic, suspenseful, dangerous, action packed, kinky, sinister and yes even humorous, this book delivers on every single level. I loved this book and I will be counting the days to the release of book two. This is my frank, freely posted review.
Ana94 9 months ago
When I started reading I couldn't put down.Hettie Ivers is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
KRamjohn 9 months ago
OMG...Seer was paranormal at its finest. Hettie Ivers is know for giving us stories that will grab you and not let go and Seer is no exception. The story was engrossing and just downright riveting. I could not put it down as I absolutely adore this style of writing. Seer is Book 6 in the Werelock Evolution series and is the first book of a duet. I've always loved Kai and was so excited for his story and I'm pleased to say I was not disappointed. Kai is the definition of a complex yet well-developed character and we learn more about him and his past in this story. He will definitely have you intrigued and Lauren the female protagonist easily hold her own against him in this story. Yes she's the new fledgling Seer but her sassy attitude will have you wanting more. The connection between these two sizzles yet its sum total of all the characters as a whole that makes this story superb. Be prepared to laugh, have your heart broken and everything in between as the story unfolds. Questions will be answered and new questions will arise and in the end you will be satisfied yet anxious for more. Seer was a phenomenal read worthy of more than 5 stars. This was a great continuation to the Werelock Evolution series. I loved it and would highly recommend this page-turner to all lovers of paranormal romance.
dshutters 5 months ago
I enjoyed reading about Kai and learning who the Seer is and what happens between them this story was darker than I expected and got to see a different side of Kai. Lauren who is a sassy college student turns out to be the next Seer and how she responds to what Kai does to her kinda shocked me.. I look forward to reading the next book to find out what happens I recommend this book!
JUSTFORFUN1088 6 months ago
Finally, the much anticipated, autobiography of Hettie Ivers has been released, and in case there is any doubt, Kai is the character that she chose to represent her and her, “special needs.” Which reminds me, has anyone heard from Alcaeus (her husband) lately? I’m starting to get a bit concerned. Hettie, I mean Kai ;) is a repressed sadist who does everything in his power to deny his attraction to a very intelligent, widely amazing college student, Lauren. SPOILER ALERT, she’s his mate. Lauren is the Seer destined to bring the, “decade of no light,” to an end. While this terminology will be familiar to anyone who has read the previous books in the series, Hettie does a great job giving background to new readers who may not be as familiar with the story, without being distracting to the storyline. While sadism invokes dark themes into the storyline, you can continue to expect Hettie’s humor to shine through. I know it seems weird because sadism and humor aren’t typically words that are strung together, but Hettie does a superb job mixing the dark themes of this story with her incredible talent to pull laughter out of the most inappropriate of situations. Personally, I feel like Hettie should have included a liability waiver with this work of nonfiction. Anyone arrested for public sex cannot hold Hettie responsible just because they were inspired by this particular work of art, and those scenes are INSPIRING. Seer is Part 1 of a duet, so if you prefer to have immediate access to a completed story line, I advise waiting for part 2 to be published. Hettie does an incredible job at ending Part 1 on a hot note, but unfortunately it still had to come to an end, and considering where she has to take the story next, this was the best place to end it. Trust me, it’s good. One click this story and happy reading!