Book Review: Eternal Circle by Victoria Sue

Reviewed by JustJen

T26810125itle: Eternal Circle
Author: Victoria Sue
Series: Sirius Wolves #3
Heroes: Blaze/Darric/Conner/Aden
Genre: MMMM Paranormal
Length: 143 Pages
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press
Release Date: September 23, 2015
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  How can you repair something that should have been unbreakable? Darric, Blaze and Conner had been together for centuries, and their bond, like their love, should have been eternal. Blaze is trying not only to hold his family together, but stop himself falling apart.

The fragile relationship between the werewolves and the humans is at risk once more, and the goddess Sirius seems to have deserted them. Inexplicable changes are taking place to their little Omega, and while Aden’s powers are increasing, Conner seems to be losing his.

The terrorist group, The Winter Circle, is getting bolder and placing everyone in danger. Worse, there is a traitor among them, perhaps someone a lot closer than they want to admit. Just when Blaze thought the worst that could have happened is behind them, the traitor is revealed, and Blaze realizes that their circle is not only broken, but in danger of being irreparably torn apart.

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Review: Eternal Circle picks up right where the last book left off. The guys are doing well, though still mourning the loss of Darric. Blaze is busy trying to be everything to all, trying to pick up the pieces and move forward with his family. Conner is having some trouble with his power and connections to the other guys, and his emphatic abilities seem to be a little bit unpredictable. Aden is doing well with Darric’s wolf and getting more comfortable with that connection. He’s now pregnant with their second child but is having some issues with appetite, etc. that have the men worried.

Meanwhile, relations with the humans are still strained. The groups are moving forward with implementing the integration of the wolves with the human military, but the Winter Circle is still causing problems. In addition, the traitor has still not been discovered, though there are a few suspects.

It all comes to a head eventually, the traitor is revealed and many questions are answered. The guys have to go through quite an ordeal before they get their happy ending, but it is well worth it. Those who were unhappy with the ending in the last book (and who wouldn’t be?), will be thrilled with how it all plays out here. Ms. Sue did a wonderful job bringing everything full circle and wrapping up things in an interesting and exciting way.

This has been a very interesting and fun series. Each book delivers just as much as the ones before it, and with the overall issues still remaining with the humans and the whole reason for the existence of the Sirius Wolves, there is plenty of room for the continuation of this world. I’m looking forward to seeing the continued happiness of these guys, as well as how the rest of the story goes as their hard work and plans are put into action.

Overall Impression: I really liked it

*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*

Categories: 4 Star Ratings, Book Review, JustJen's Reviews, LGBT, Published in 2015 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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  1. Pingback: In Our Supernatural Spotlight: Eternal Circle (Sirius’ Wolves #3) by Victoria Sue (author interview, excerpt and giveaway) | scatteredthoughtsandroguewords

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