Book Review: Kennard’s Story by N.R. Walker

Reviewed by Susan65

Title: Kennard’s Story
Author: N.R. Walker
Series: Cronin’s Key #4
Heroes: Kennard & Stas
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Length: 156 pages
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: January 26, 2019
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: Kennard and Stas have been enjoying being newly bonded mates, hidden away for the last six months in Stas’ cabin, deep in the forests of Northern Russia. When they get a visit from Alec, Cronin, Eiji, and Jodis, Kennard and Stas decide to return to London where they get news of a supernatural disturbance in India.

Excited for a new adventure, the band of friends embark on a journey like they’ve never seen before. Following a trail of snakes and serpents, they slip through gates into timeless dimensions all over the world, leaving them without their vampire powers. Even Alec is powerless as they follow a trail of gates and doorways to their final destination.

But the bad guy isn’t who they think it is, and Kennard will need to draw on his past to save their future. Because history is never what it seems…



Kennard and Stas are the epitome of opposites attract. They have absolutely nothing in common besides being vampire. But, together these two ancient vampires, one a socialite from London, and the other a recluse from Russia, have found their other half, the completion of their soul. They are newly bonded and can barely leave the bedroom, nor keep their hands off each other…until duty calls. Nothing could get them moving except Alec and Cronin, and their duty to go on another planetary adventure to save the world.
Together, with our key, Alec and his better half, Cronin we find ourselves tackling snakes, and a loss of powers, in an attempt to save the world…again. As usual, NR Walker pulls out all the stops and sends the reader on adventures to exotic places around the world. Her research is flawless …trust me, I googled a lot, and learned so much that my passport is ready for new stamps to visit these amazing places.
I doubt that you are reading this review if you have not previously read this series, and I cannot stress enough that you MUST read the first three books or this one will be totally lost on you. The writing is spot on and typical NR Walker, the dialogue pulls the reader in and keeps you on the edge of your seat, and the character development continues to impress. The Cronin’s Keyseries is an amazing story, and one they just keeps on delivering.  I thought the series ended on book three, so I am not going to assume it ends here. As a matter of fact, I hope it doesn’t.

Overall Impression: I really liked it

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

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