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Iron Kin (The Half-Light City, #3) Imagine A City Divided Fae And Human Mages On One Side, Vampire Blood Lords And Shape Shifting Beast Kind On The Other Between These Supernatural Forces Stands A Peace Treaty That Threatens To Shatter At The Slightest Provocation.I Was Raised To Do The Right Thing But To My Family That Means Staying Safe Behind The Walls Of Human Society To Be A Respectable Metalmage And Never Put Myself At Risk But The Treaty Is Faltering And If It Fails, Nothing Is Safe To Help Save The City And Everyone I Care About, I Will Use Whatever Means I Can To Ensure The Negotiations To Renew The Treaty Are Successful Even If That Means Forging An Alliance With A Man Who Is The Very Opposite Of The Right Thing.Fen Is Trouble Wild He Would Rather Bind Himself In Iron And Drink Himself Into Oblivion Than Learn To Master The Visions That Come To Him Those Visions Might Just Hold The Key To Peace, And It Seems That My Power Might Hold The Key To His Control If I Can Keep It Around Him.

➸ Iron Kin (The Half-Light City, #3)  Free ➮ Author M.J. Scott – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Iron Kin (The Half-Light City, #3)
  • M.J. Scott
  • English
  • 16 December 2018
  • 0451465059

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  1. says:

    This one was pretty boring For one thing, they all seem to be variations of the same story.One DuCaine sibling meets half Fae hybrid and they re instantly super attracted to each other Then they spend the first part of the book fighting that attraction, then they have at it for the next portion of the book, all while denying they feel anything but desire for each other, then they argue and the DuCaine sibling temporarily hates the Fae hybrid, but then they realize they re in love with said hyb This one was pretty boring For one thing, they all seem to be variations of the same story.One DuCaine sibling meets half Fae hybrid and they re instantly super attracted to each other Then they spend the first part of the book fighting that attraction, then they have at it for the next portion of the book, all while denying they feel anything but desire for each other, then they argue and the DuCaine sibling temporarily hates the Fae hybrid, but then t...


  2. says:

    Review originally posted on my blog A Book Obsession..The fragile peace between the different races is held by a treaty, one that must be renegotiated every five years Without it, the Bloods, Beast Kind, Fae, and humans would stay locked in a brutal war that would cost untold deaths Saskia DuCaine inherited the same fierce need to help others that her older brothers have However, unlike her brothers, she has been kept sheltered and not allowed to place herself in danger But with the negotia Review originally posted on my blog A Book Obsession..The fragile peace between the different races is held by a treaty, one that must be renegotiated every five years Without it, the Bloods, Beast Kind, Fae, and humans would stay locked in a brutal war that would cost untold deaths Saskia DuCaine inherited the same fierce need to help others that her older brothers have However, unlike her brothers, she has been kept sheltered and not allowed to place herself in danger But with the negotiations coming right around the corner, Saskia, is determined not to stay on the sidelines any longer, and will do anything to ensure her place Fen, on the other hand wants nothing to do with the negotiations, but his ability to see the future is a crucial advantage the humans need Only problem is that his visions are impossible to control and cause him ...


  3. says:

    Brought to you by OBS reviewer Heidi Beware of possible Spoilers Fen is a mutt of sorts, a half breed, part Fae and part Beast Kind, but neither race will claim him, being the abomination that he is But Fen has the sight, he is overwhelmed with visions, but doesn t know how to control them and the pain they bring him, and with nobody to teach him how to handle them, he chooses to bind his wrist in iron and to drown himself in alcohol, but now even that isn t enough to stop the visions completel Brought to you by OBS reviewer Heidi Beware of possible Spoilers Fen is a mutt of sorts, a half breed, part Fae and part Beast Kind, but neither race will claim him, being the abomination that he is But Fen has the sight, he is overwhelmed with visions, but doesn t know how to control them and the pain they bring him, and with nobody to teach him how to handle them, he chooses to bind his wrist in iron and to drown himself in alcohol, but now even that isn t enough to stop the visions completely And, with the Treaty Negotiations fast approaching, the different races are scrambling to gather any advantage they can acquire and suddenly Fen and hi...


  4. says:

    3.5 starsThere is something about this Half Light City series Each book I pick up I begin with doubts and by 50 pages in I m hooked I love that each book also keeps within a story arc They continue what is happening in the city focusing on new characters.I really liked Saskia and Fen I did find I liked Fen better than Saskia even though he was an idiot I don t know, Saskia was great for her strength but it annoyed me how her opinion of Fen seemed to change so swiftly.I did feel a bit anno 3.5 starsThere is something about this Half Light City series Each book I pick up I begin with doubts and by 50 pages in I m hooked I love that each book also keeps within a story arc They continue what is happening in the city focusing on new characters.I really liked...


  5. says:

    It s odd to me this book, based on the name and the cover, is Saskia s story, but she really didn t have much to do it in Fen moved the story along, but she was justthere The end of the book was abrupt, and their rel...


  6. says:

    Saskia DuCaine doesn t want to be in a protective bubble her family has placed her in She s an Iron mage which is rare even though she s an apprentice The upcoming peace talks between Beastkind, Human, and Fae are embroiled in a power struggles for the safety of all Fen is a loner but doesn t really belong in Human, Fae, or Beastkind Fen prefers to drown his abilities in alcohol rather than control them properly Fen is being forced to choose a side for the upcoming peace talks by The DuCain Saskia DuCaine doesn t want to be in a protective bubble her family has placed her in She s an Iron mage which is rare even though she s an apprentice The upcoming peace talks between Beastkind, Human, and Fae are embroiled in a power struggles for the safety of all Fen is a loner but doesn t really belong in Human, Fae, or Beastkind Fen prefer...


  7. says:

    Originally reviewed for and posted at Vampire Book Club A mark of a great book is when I finish reading it and get pissed the next one isn t immediately available.In Iron Kin we return to the Half Light City and the DuCaine family Saskia s a metalmage and the oldest daughter, escaping the trappings of marriage only due to her studies She meets Fen, a Beast Fae human mongrel, in a chance encounter at a ball thrown by her mother The two are intrigued by each other, but Saskia s determined toOriginally reviewed for and posted at Vampire Book Club A mark of a great book is when I finish reading it and get pissed the next one isn t immediately available.In Iron Kin we return to the Half Light City and the DuCaine family Saskia s a metalmage and the oldest daughter, escaping the trappings of marriage only due to her studies She meets Fen, a Beast Fae human mongrel, in a chance encounter at a ball thrown by her mother The two are intrigued by each other, but Saskia s determined to stay away from romantic enta...


  8. says:

    Genre Paranormal Romance Rating 3.0 Review Iron Kin is the third installment in the Half Light City series The Half Light City series is set in a alternative world where Humans, including Templars, Bloods Vampires , Fae, and Beast Kind werewolves are all bound by a treaty that gets renewed and reviewed every 5 years The first two books, Shadow Kin and Blood Kin, slowly built up the foundation for what happens in this book and introduced the main characters who have fought for everything Genre Paranormal Romance Rating 3.0 Review Iron Kin is the third installment in the Half Light City series The Half Light City series is set in a alternative world where Humans, including Templars, Bloods Vam...


  9. says:

    Reviewed by Rabid ReadsAs must as I enjoyed Iron Kin, I doubt whether I ll be continuing this series beyond this book because there s just nothing overly remarkable about it Shadow Kin, now there s a kickass story and also one of the only reasons why I made it to the third installment of this series Even though this novel does have well constructed characters, creative world building and an exciting love interest it just didn t do it for me Thankfully, there were plenty of Lily moments in t Reviewed by Rabid ReadsAs must as I enjoyed Iron Kin, I doubt whether I ll be continuing this series beyond this book because there s just nothing overly remarkable about it Shadow Kin, now there s a kickass story and also one of the only reasons why I made it to the third installment of this series Even though this novel does have well constructed characters, creative world building and an exciting love interest it just didn t do it for me Thankfully, there were plenty of Lily moments in this installment which brought back fond memories of my love for the first book I don t know why the author chose to change lead characters from book to book like they do in paranormal romance, but it was a mistake It just doesn t fit with the genre she s writing in...


  10. says:

    Review Courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy In IRON KIN the stakes are raised as the people of the Half Light City creep closer to all out war The worldbuilding in this series is one of its strengths and delving deeper into the politics of this world made it even richer The fragile peace between the mages, vampires, and shifters drove the action and kept the threat of war dangerous close throughout the book It was a somewhat challenging to keep track of everything and not feel overwhelmed occ Review Courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy In IRON KIN the stakes are raised as the people of the Half Light City creep closer to all out war The worldbuilding in this series is one of its strengths and delving deeper into the po...

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