Fatal Call by Martha Bourke

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    By the end of each book I felt battered and bruised physically and emotionally. It was delicious!

    The biggest fall the hardest.

    Xavier, the Order’s Alpha male, is the strongest and brightest of the brothers. Dealing with a crushing loss from his past, he is focused solely on defeating the shifter supremacists of Toltec. Safe inside his world of logic and reason there is no room for a female.

    When Rose Sato, a Harvard professor, is attacked by hellions, Xavier comes to her aid. Unable to resist the mating call, they give in to their passion. But Rose has a secret. One that neither strength nor intelligence can fix. One that hits Xavier too close to home.

    Review by Rebecca Long:

    This is the first book I’ve read by this author and although it is the fourth in the series after reading this book I will be going back to read the rest of the books in the series. It was obvious that the other books are based on some of the other couples that are secondary characters in this book which has made me want to read them all.

    Martha Bourke
    Martha Bourke

    The main characters are Rose and Xavier these two characters are brought together due to the fact that they are each other’s mate. This book was all about them two finding each other and getting through the issues they face together.

    There were a lot of characters in this book which added to the story brilliantly giving helpful insights into problems the main characters are facing. I am very much looking forward to reading more of the books in this series so that I can get a better understanding of the other characters in this series.

    The pacing and storyline were great and they worked perfectly together. The pacing kept us guessing what the outcome of the story would be until the very last minute. And the storyline for me was brilliantly original and it was brilliantly written keeping readers hooked and invested in the storyline.

    Review by E. Katt:

    I read all the books back to back and non-stop. I am not new to this genre so I recognize the pattern. What I REALLY liked about this series was the non-stop, in-your-face action.

    The trade off being that there was just enough character interaction to link one harrowing situation to the next.

    At one point it got so hectic I had to write a spreadsheet of who’s who. 5 stars for the series as a whole and bated breath as I wait for the next installment.