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Alpha's Promise by Rebecca Zanetti
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really liked it

This is quite a big series, with at least one other related series. I've personally only read one other book before this one, but to honest, it doesn't really matter. While the various characters do all seem to be mentioned and crop up in each book, you can grasp what is going on, how they are all related and details about the world that they live in.
This time the story focuses on Promise, a mathematician. She lives and breaths figures and is working on solving the mysteries of the world (both this and other dimensions) using maths. As she is in danger Ivar is tasked with watching over her and keeping her safe. As the two start to spend time together, it becomes clear that there is something between them and that a relationship begins to grow.
On the whole, I enjoyed the book and the relationship between Promise and Ivar. I did find Promise a little difficult to relate to, she is very logic driven, although ultimately she does rely on faith and emotion.
I enjoyed this instalment and I'd certainly be keen to read more in the series. I'd be particularly keen to see what will happen with the two reluctant mates and also what will happen with the new Fae deamon hybrid that they have found, I assume we can guess who she will end up with?
I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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Reading Progress

April 27, 2019 – Started Reading
April 27, 2019 – Shelved
April 29, 2019 – Finished Reading

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