The Forest Bull (The Fearless, #1) by Terry Maggert (Review by Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine)


Title: The Forest Bull (The Fearless, #1)

Author: Terry Maggert

Published Date: August 15th 2013

Genre: Paranormal Fantasy


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Three lovers. Two immortals. One mystery.
When Ring Hardigan isn’t making sandwiches for, and with, his two partners, Waleska and Risa (they’re cool like that), he’s got a busy schedule doing the dirty work of sending immortals to the ever after. Wally and Risa provide linguistics, logistics, and finding the right place for him and his knife. 
A reclusive Baron from the timelost forests of Europe asks for their help—find a stolen collection of jewelry, and find the thief—his daughter Elizabeth, an immortal of purest evil who wants nothing less than control of Hell itself. With the help of a 2400 year old succubus hooker named Delphine, they might just live long enough to what is evil, who is human, and exactly who wants to reign in hell.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine’s Review***

 Wow! This book was awesome. I was really drawn it, beyond one thing, I was lucky enough to have the audiobook version, and my only issue with that was having a female doing a male voice. It was natural for me the way it sounded, but the actress did a lovely job with the rest so I got used to it. Just fair warning for those of you listening. Don’t let it keep you from reading this story! :)

This story is quality writing (and you know that if you can listen to it while working and still be able to follow the story, and know the characters) and it’s got a great edge to it. There’s no wimpy monsters here, and no wimpy cast of main characters either. There’s straight up monster hunting, Sam & Dean style ganking. I really enjoyed that element. I like that our mains weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and dig into the seedy world. Plus, there’s a dog in this book, and who doesn’t love a big dog? I felt really drawn in and I imagined all the scenes vividly while listen, and I really couldn’t let it go. This is a must read. It’s well written and developed, I didn’t notice any plot holes, and it wraps up in a bit of an unexpected way! I can’t wait to finish the second one!

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  • Rebecca Kidwell Gaskill

    This one sounds really good. I also really like the cover.

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