- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- July 2011
- Book 6 of Fatefully Yours
LGBTQ, Ménage or more
Hex has led his warriors through more battles than he can count. They turn to him for answers, for guidance—to show them the way to victory. The responsibility is huge, and the pressure is overwhelming. If they fail, the blame rests with him. Failure is not an option.
Echo can see the strain of war is crushing Hex's spirit and affecting his health. He's done everything he knows to do, but still, Hex is resistant to accept his help. Then the unthinkable happens, and Echo is kidnapped and drained. He's not sure how he survived, but he's more determined than ever to prove his worthiness of a second chance with his mates.
When the new moon rises, and those they counted as friends turn against them, it will be up to Echo to show Hex the way to heal the madness. How difficult could this leader stuff be?
Sep 09, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
97 people found the following review helpful
Let's talk about Hex baby! Echo and the boys are back again and guess what…they are in trouble! In HYPNOTIC HEALING, Book six of the Fatefully Yours series, Gabrielle Evans builds upon her hellishly hot demon world by crafting a story that provides readers with a two-fer, not that kind, so get your mind out of the gutter. Book six in the Fatefully Yours series focuses on Hex but we get a lot of Onyx in here as well as all the other guys. Echo, Hex, and the rest of the gang are back and happy to bring you more of that sexy demon lovin that takes you to Hell and back!
Hex is the unofficial leader and uber Alpha male of the demons and for some reason Ares has it bad for him. Right now Hex is dealing with a major case of the self-doubts and second guesses, but instead of asking for help he internalizes everything and alienates his lovers in the process. Echo decides that Hex needs to be taught a lesson and the rest of the men go along with his plan to treat Hex as just a leader not a lover. When this plan backfires at a party and Echo goes outside for a moment by himself, he is kidnapped, drained and left for dead in the woods. Will Hex risk his heart to save Echo, because it's going to take more than just his healing abilities to save Echo from this latest threat?
The guys make major strides in learning to come together and lean on each other for support. The message seemed to be that asking for help is not a sign of weakness and we are stronger together than apart. We are coming down to the final big bad with only two tasks left before the final battle and you can feel the tension in the house.
The only thing that bothered me and it has happened in the last few books is that there is so much relationship drama going on that the task itself seems anti-climactic. A lot of build-up and then it's over in just a few pages. With all of the changes that happened in this book, the last three are shaping up to be very interesting and I for one can't wait to see where Ms. Evans takes us.
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