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Storm Born, #4 by Richelle Mead
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Oct 28, 11

bookshelves: paranormal-romance, graphic-comic
Read on October 28, 2011

Awesome and Totally Addicting!

Each new comic issue in Richelle Mead’s Storm Born series continues to be filled with awesomeness and addicting exciting scenes and drama that leave you craving for the next issue. In this 4th issue we learn a little more about Eugenie and the legacy of her true father “Storm King”, a legacy that the Storm King’s vision will be carried out through his daughter’s first son. Eugenie takes in the craziness of fighting all the otherworld creatures and realizes they are not trying to kill her, they are all trying to bed her due to the legacy and now she has to worry about every dick coming to look for her as Beltane approaches.

As Eugenie deals with her issues of being half human/half Gentry, her family’s secrets kept from her, and to top it off she finds herself still attracted to the sexy Kiyo as she finds out what he really is, a Kitsune which is a Japanese Fox Spirit and why he marked her when he made love to her.

The story is incredibly addicting as it builds it momentum towards a great climax throughout the colorful graphics that come alive on the page. I can hardly wait for the future issues. Great Read!
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