Review of Fallen Eyes (Book Four of Salt Lake After Dark) by J.K. Walker

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Genre: Paranormal Fantasy

Book Length (Est.): 291 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Jazz needs to get away. With her shapeshifter status outed to anyone with an internet connection, she’s being hounded by reporters, protesters, and fanboys alike. With her birthday fast approaching, all she wants is a steamy weekend with Logan, away from… well, everything.

But something’s killing people in her territory. The local pack and the police are looking to her for answers—or an arrest. As alpha and enforcer, Jazz needs to shoulder the responsibility of protecting her community and finding the real monsters. If she can’t, she risks losing respect in a pack where her leadership is already in question.

As the investigation progresses, it becomes evident that old enemies have returned. They’re out for revenge, more powerful than before, and targeting those who’re most important to Jazz. The patterns are too familiar. The targets are too close to her heart. Jazz can’t be everywhere at once—can’t protect everyone at once.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This is another wonderful addition to the Salt Lake After Dark series. Jazz seems to always have something on her plate. If it’s not the man, who she thought was dead, hunting her and her friends, then its members of her wolf pack who don’t want a cat as alpha, or the ancient creature looking to possess her.

If Jazz wasn’t the strong person she was then she would have crumbled a long time ago, but she’s an alpha and a very good one, as long as she learns that not even she can do everything by herself. She is surrounded by very talented friends and they seem to be there for her even when she doesn’t want them to be.

As always, gotta love Loki! He plays an even bigger role in this book and I have a feeling there’s even more to him that I hope to discover in future books.

Logan is the always stable man who knows just how to take care of Jazz, even if it is only after dark.

All of Jazz’s friends seem to have bigger roles in this book, but one of my favorite is Cassie’s. She has gone from ordinary to extraordinary and is still the same loveable Cassie.

I look forward to reading more about all of these characters in future and as always I cannot wait for the next full length book or novella.

My Favorite Moment: With all the violence in this book it’s a toss-up between the slice of an ancient sword and a ring of werewolves. Both were big moments and well worth the work-up to get to.

My Favorite Quote: This was my favorite probably because it made me laugh in the middle of such an emotional story.

“Help!” Cassie called out, her face a mask of false horror. “Gordon’s hugging me again!”

Overall, I give this 5 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

** Lucky me got to partake in the initial and secondary read-throughs of this awesome book. For all the eyes that helped edit this book, if there is anything we missed then it was just meant to be that way.

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