Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Bone Driven by Hailey Edwards [Review]

 Bone Driven by Hailey Edwards
Bone Driven (The Foundling #2) by Hailey Edwards
Format: ebook
Source: provided through NetGalley
Date read: May 16, 2018

The Foundling
1. Bayou Born
2. Bone DrivenKindle
3. Death Knell

Hailey Edwards
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
The bayou is burning, the battle is just beginning - and Luce Boudreau is smack in the middle of no-man's land . . .

Life as a cop in Canton Town, Mississippi, is never dull - particularly when hiding deep within you is a demon bent on the apocalypse. Luce is doing her best to pretend her two worlds aren't crashing into each other, but what should be a routine arson investigation takes a shocking turn when Luce discovers a link between the suspects and her own dark secrets. There's no turning back, even though her search for the truth threatens to burn her old life down around her.

Lines are being drawn in a war Luce barely understands, and she just might be on the wrong side of them. Now she must embrace her powerful destiny, or the ones she loves most will pay the ultimate price.
Thoughts on Bone Driven: Full disclosure, I'm DEEPLY smitten with this series. Deeply. Like, I'm twitching for the next book already even though I just finished this one moments ago. There's something about Luce's messed up, complicated, dangerous world that works for me on so many levels.

Frankly, she's a bit of a mess and she has no idea how, exactly, she fits into the information she's learning about herself because the Luce everybody expects to see isn't the Luce they've found and IT'S COMPLICATED. In the best way. Finding out you were (and possibly still are) a powerful demon hellbent on destruction and mayhem can mess with a person's head.

Throw in the group who've bound themselves to her and the blistering attraction she has with their leader PLUS the realization that the other-her used her power to coerce and demand things that Luce is very uncomfortable with and she's floundering. She's trying, mind you, but everyone seems to need something a little different from her and it's a lot to take in.

Things happen in this book and the complicated life of Luce Boudreau gets a little more complicated. Like I said, I'm already itching for the next book because I WANT TO KNOW what's coming. I have it bad for this series and I won't even apologize for my fangirling because it's just that good.

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