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Horse shifter Nick has one rule: never trust a witch.

Nick has devoted his life to making his saloon a safe haven for the feral familiars of New York. So when a brutal killer slaughters a feral under his protection, Nick has no choice but to try and catch the murderer. Even if that means bonding with a handsome Irish witch.

Officer Jamie MacDougal came back from the war in Cuba missing part of a leg and most of his heart. After his former lover becomes one of the killer's victims, Jamie will do anything to solve the case.

Nick comes to Jamie with a proposal: after making a temporary bond, they will work together to stop the murders. Once the killer is caught, they walk away and never see one another again.

It sounds simple enough. But the passion that flares between the two men won't be so easily extinguished. And if Nick can't learn to trust his witch, he stands to lose everything - including his life.

©2017 Jordan L. Hawk (P)2017 Jordan L. Hawk

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Another captivating installment in Hexworld

Once again Jordan has crafted a wonderful and entertaining world with Hexslayer. I was immersed and submerged, and nearly drowned in the rich details and exciting plot twists.

The narration is excellent. There are a lot of characters and dialogue but I only found myself questioning who was speaking once or twice. That’s really good in my opinion. It’s too often I struggle with keeping characters straight when a narrator’s reading dialogue.

I did not give this story 5 stars, which is unusual for me when it comes to Jordan's books. I felt that there was not enough romance between the two main characters. I am not talking sex, I am talking about love or emotional connection. In the other Hexworld stories I found the two men to be deeply bonded and connected, and there wasn't that dynamic present in this one.

After pondering why I felt this way I think it was because of the ending. I won't divulge any spoilers, but I didn't receive the usual satisfaction I get at the ending of a romance novel. It ended too quickly after a major incident (well really a month had passed by) but that made it even less romantic. The end felt like almost an afterthought, or tacked on to give some small closure rather than the thought processes that led the characters to their final actions. I would have enjoyed a bit more insight into the feelings and thoughts that led to the final few paragraphs. Other than that it was awesome (as I expect in her stories) Jordan is a masterful storyteller--I am looking forward to seeing the Hexworld saga continue!

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Magnificent

This is my favourite of Hawk's books and mr. James captured the characters wonderfully

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  • 12-05-17

Another Fascinating Story

What did you love best about Hexslayer?

The world building and the characters are fantastic

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Tristan James always beings out the best in the characters, he's marvelous

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Loved it!

Another great book in the Hexworld series! This installment follows Jamie and horse shifter Nick while they try to uncover a murderer. I always enjoy Jordan L Hawk's books and Tristan James' narrations and Hexslayer was no exception. I really liked that Nick didn't suddenly change his opinions and fall instantly in love. The lying and deceit were a little unfortunate for Jamie but were in character for Nick, who did finally come to terms with his feelings in the end. Looking forward to the next one.

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A different take

This is a marvelous series featuring different couples in each book. We get to see previous couples in the subsequent stories though.
Jamie and Nick compliment each other well. This magical series is quite different and amazing. Tristan James brings each character to life and the emotion he manages to convey is astounding. He is always a stellar performer.

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Horse familiars and magic!

If you’re not reading the Hexworld series, what is stopping you? Hot guys, magic, history, action, steamy, angry cave sex!

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Mesmerizing. A little bit more plot than romance

This is an expertly crafted works full of nuanced interactions and very much in parallel with current events today. Though each story features different MC it really is more ensemble in its overarching narrative. Historical with a dystopian feel, this one is heavily action plot oriented and it keeps you guessing. Tristan James is sublime. The perfect narrator.

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Good story, if a bit recycled

The plot is like a combination of the first two books but it was very interesting. My main gripe is the consistent use of the phrase “parti-colored eyes” I mean I got WAY out of control.