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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Berinn Rae
  • ISBN:
    1937254437
  • ISBN13:
    978-1937254438
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  • Publisher:
    Crescent Moon Press (March 27, 2012)
  • Pages:
    232 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    928
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A story by Rachel Aukes writing as Berinn Rae (dark fantasy with romantic elements) Everyone has monsters under their bed. But what if you're one of them? The Seven Seals are said to be all that stands between humanity's survival and the end of days. Led by a reclusive angel.

Bottom Line In my opinion, Berinn Rae gives us a very intriguing novel and I was completely absorbed in the story

Bottom Line In my opinion, Berinn Rae gives us a very intriguing novel and I was completely absorbed in the story. The main characters are compelling and believable, the supporting characters are developed brilliantly and the story is action-packed.

Hellbound - the second book in the Guardians of the Seven Seals fantasy romance series is officially out today. Berinn Rae Hellbound. Published on March 27, 2012 18:29, Tags: arc, hellbound, new-release, series. A blog with random posts about nothing important by a book lover. And, oh yeah, I write books so there will be a shameless plug here and there. Berinn Rae's profile.

A story by Rachel Aukes writing as Berinn Rae (dark fantasy with romantic elements) Everyone has monsters under their bed.

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Berinn Rae. Get lost in these eight exciting paranormal love stories featuring original dimensions and thrilling adventures. From alternate realities to dystopian futures, these extraordinary romances will transport you to fabulous new frontiers where happy endings await. Collision: Sienna's world changes in the time it takes for an alien with golden skin and cryptic tattoos to crash down in her backyard, claiming to be her soul mate.

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A story by Rachel Aukes writing as Berinn Rae (dark fantasy with romantic elements)

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This book was an awsome book also I will tell I am not a reader, but Berinn has inspired me to start reading. I like all the action packed adventures. I will say I read this book while i was visiting with family, and yes i finished this book, while i was with my wonderful sisterinlaw. I am on book 4 of hers Stealing fate and am almost finsihed with it...on to the next one Collision.Berrin is a wonderful writer and i am glad to be able to read all her books and look forward to more reading...... thanks Berinn for being a inpiration.
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My Thoughts

Hellhounds. Who would have thought those supernatural creatures could be sexy as all get out? I didn't. But Berinn Rae certainly showed me how wrong I was. Damn!

In Book #2 of this series, she introduces us to the hellhound guardians that protect the immortal that bears the Seal of Understanding - their Alpha leader, Orion.

Hellhound is interesting, compelling and action-packed. Since I am all about the character development in novels, this one didn't disappoint me. The author gradually conveyed events that molded them into who they were today. I ended up really caring for the characters in this novel. I felt happy when things went right for them and fretted when they didn't. Even the supporting characters were presented in such a way that we're given just enough to whet our appetite for their stories to come.

If you enjoy paranormal romance series like Sentinel Wars by Shannon K Butcher, or Feral Warriors by Pamela Palmer, you'll like this series.
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So about the story...
According the Book of Revelation, seven Seals ensure humanity's survival. These Seals are worn by seven immortals in the form of markings on their bodies. Even though they are powerful from the Seals abilities, the bearers are still protected by the Guardians. Knights, hellhounds, shifters and mages that give their lives to ensure the Seals do not fall into enemy hands. The "Dominion" is a faction that broke away from the guardians believing protecting humanity should not be their purpose.

In the last novel of the series, the Guardians delivered a devastating blow to the Dominion. However, out of the rubble, a new leader emerged. Cellach, a hellhound, has taken over the Dominion with plans to destroy the seals. But first, his immediate goal is to destroy Orion, the Alpha of the Hellhounds and bearer of the Seal of Understanding. For over a thousand years, thoughts of vengeance have driven Cellach to plan the demise of Orion. With the help of the evil witch, Tatiana, he creates mutant hellhounds believed more powerful than the Alpha's guardians.

Lana is a human who was turned into a hellhound by her evil ex-boyfriend, Danny. She had no idea that hellhounds or monsters existed or that Danny was one. Since it is near impossible for a female to survive the change into a hellhound, Danny thought he killed her and ran away. However, Lana lived. Fueled by pure rage and a desire for revenge against Danny, Lana learned to live with what she was and killed every monster she encountered along the way to finding him.

That is until she discovered Orion on his farm and felt the call of the Alpha hellhound. Not understanding what he was and still newly turned, she was nervous and suspicious of him.

Having not seen a female hellhound for centuries, Orion could not believe it when one stumbled onto his farmland. Not wanting to frighten her with his size, he stayed in his human form when she came around. In her hellhound form, she bravely ventured a little closer to him each night. After a month of his coaxing, Orion finally got her to come close enough for him to touch her. Once he did, he would be able to find her anywhere through the use of his seal. Having made the connection, their adventures begin...
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The Characters...
Lana is absolutely fearless. Her strength and bravery is incredibly inspiring. In her own personal war against the monsters, she would never back away from a fight even if she was outnumbered and knew she would possibly die. She would fight with all she had knowing that if she won, that meant one more person would be safe from them.

This strength also applied to her Alpha. She would never sit back and let Orion or his guardians protect her. She was there - right in the middle of the action. Getting hurt and the battle scars right along with everyone else. If Orion tried to pull any of his alpha male attitude with her, she would leave him. And he was man enough to believe her.

That's what I liked about Orion. He's alpha enough to be powerful and deadly and he didn't like Lana fighting. However, he was man enough to curb his alpha instincts because he loved her, accepted her and was proud of her for who she was. That surprised me given the way he was raised by his father, the former Alpha. Orion and Lana's relationship is one of respect, friendship and acceptance. A true partnership! And of course that intense chemistry and passion was very enjoyable to read about as well...

There are many great characters in this novel. The author was very skillful in how she gave us the background between Cellach and Orion to understand their conflict. Also, several of the guardians were developed enough so that we got a sense of their situations and difficulties for future stories.

Samael is one in particular that I am very interested to hear more about. He's a very tortured soul with as awful an upbringing as Orion and we got to see a bit about how incredibly loyal he is to Orion for helping him when he joined the pack.

I enjoyed this story immensely. There are only a couple of reasons why I'm not giving it a 5 star rating. There were several words misplaced in sentences or there twice and a few grammatical errors. This may be because I reviewed the ARC (advanced reading copy). It may have been fixed in the final version. While that's not a huge deal, I did find Orion's upbringing in the pack too much like Vischous' in Black Dagger Brotherhood. Not a bad thing because it was very well written and interesting, but it wasn't the first time I've seen it. Other than those couple things, I recommend this novel to read.
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Bottom Line
In my opinion, Berinn Rae gives us a very intriguing novel and I was completely absorbed in the story. The main characters are compelling and believable, the supporting characters are developed brilliantly and the story is action-packed. There's never a dull moment. The author nicely sets up storylines for future novels in the series and I am really looking forward to reading more about these immortals and their delicious guardians.

The author has also made me a fan of hellhounds and I will never look at them as ghastly creatures again! They rock!

Happy Reading!!

4 Stars - Really Enjoyed It!!!!
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Lana hates that she has fallen victim to a curse. That's how she views the furry and vicious side of her life, a curse. She's had no one around to explain to her what is going on. Lana has figured out that there is a plus side to her new furry self. She can kill the mindless creatures that are similar to her who are thoughtlessly killing innocents.

Orion's hunt for Dominion leader Cellach has brought him to the human plane. Cellach has been an enemy to Orion for numerous years, he's been looking forward to the day that he can put him in a grave. Cellah has been creating an army of Hellhounds, with a twist. He has been using wraiths to create his army. Orion and his team consisting of Guardians and pack discover that this is a far tougher opponent than your typical Hellhound.

Lana soon feels drawn to one like her. This one is like her in appearance and he also slays the evil Hellhounds, just in a far more efficient manner than her. Orion is shocked the first time he sees the female Hellhound. As with all Hellhounds, he has thought females simply didn't exist any longer. Lana is curious about what the curse has done to her, why and how it happened. The answer to all of her questions lies with this sexy man who seems to want her near him.

I liked Lana and Orion. Orion has been in the position as a leader for so long that he's not used to anyone not going along with all of his plans. Lana makes him see that she isn't under his command. She is not one of his pack mates that will just follow his orders. She wants her vengeance for what has happened to her. There is more behind her turning than just a turning. She is angry and seeks revenge. Orion is equally angry. He has considered Lana as his from the moment he first saw her. To find out someone maliciously harmed her is just unacceptable.

I have to mention one of the villains. I thoroughly enjoyed his page time. Danny was so narcissistic and full of himself that he was completely delusional. I loved the pages from his point of view. He constantly shocked me with what convoluted idea would sprout from his mind next. Ideas of grandeur are a mild understatement when it comes to this man. His opinions of how the little lady should behave will have every reader personally plotting his painful demise. As a reader I could not help but think that when this fool went down he was going down hard.

I'm not sure where the series will go from here. None of the other Seven had roles in Hellbound. The characters consisted of Orion, the Guardians and his pack. There are still members of the Dominion remaining alive so of course the series will continue. I'm just always super curious at the end of a book and want to know who is next in the series.

The following review is my opinion and not a paid review
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Reviewed by Gabryyl Pierce, PYN Team

Seven Seals. Borne on the skin of seven immortals.
Seven Seals. Protected by Guardians, pursued by the Dominion.
Seven Seals. Standing between humanity and hell.

Orion. Alpha of the Hellhounds and bearer of the Seal of Understanding.
Lana Wolfe. The first female Hellhound seen for centuries,
The Dominion. Former Guardians bent on unleashing Hell on Earth.

Hellbound, the second novel in the Guardians of the Seven Seals series by Berinn Rae, is an action-packed ride with great characters and a fast-moving story. The characters and their actions are believable and entertaining, the plotting is tight and the story was so well-written I immediately bought the first book in the series, Nightfall, to catch up. I look forward to the next book from Rae, a talented author definitely worth watching.