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Summary

Enter a world of gargoyle protectors, rising demons, and one girl with an explosive secret.

Eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow may be going blind, but she can see and communicate with ghosts and spirits. Her unique gift is part of a secret so dangerous that she’s been in hiding for years in an isolated compound fiercely guarded by Wardens - gargoyle shape-shifters who protect humankind from demons. If the demons discover the truth about Trinity, they’ll devour her, flesh and bone, to enhance their own powers.

When Wardens from another clan arrive with disturbing reports that something out there is killing both demons and Wardens, Trinity’s safe world implodes. Not the least because one of the outsiders is the most annoying and fascinating person she’s ever met. Zayne has secrets of his own that will upend her world yet again - but working together becomes imperative once demons breach the compound and Trinity’s secret comes to light. To save her family and maybe the world, she’ll have to put her trust in Zayne. But all bets are off as a supernatural war is unleashed....

©2019 Jennifer L. Armentrout (P)2019 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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Enjoyable romantic fantasy adventure

Jennifer L. Armentrout clearly likes certain tropes: unusually special girl, soldier-type love interest, mythical bonds, love triangles etc. This being only my second JLA series, I’m not finding it too repetitive yet and I think her plot development has gained more subtlety than is evident in the Covenant series. It’s a creative and enjoyable read - pretty heavy in the romance (I’ve never seen dry humping described as the height of passion before). I like the fact that the heroine has a disability yet doesn’t let it hold her back. The narration is good, the timbre of the male voices isn’t great, but it works enough. I would read the next instalment.

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Storm and fury AMAZING

Absolutely can’t wait for the next book
This has been one of my favorites by
Jennifer. Brilliant such a great Author

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It was ok, a little disappointing

I enjoyed this book well enough to read the whole story. It had me invested in the plot and I liked most of the characters involved in the story. The writing was good, but not as strong as I was hoping for. 😭This story just felt a little off for me. I can't pinpoint exactly what it was, but it was one where I wasn't dying to get to the end. I was slow paced at reading it, I have Rage & Ruin but I won't be rushing to it anytime soon but I urge you to give it a go if you are a fan of JLA ☺️

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Made me laugh out laugh

Really great, narrator is fantastic. Loved it and better than the previous series.

It has humour, love, action, adventure.

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Enjoyed this read

loved it to the last word couldn't wait for the next chapter, so fast moving and puts the vivid pictures in your mind as the story unfolds. I will highly recommend this to anyone who has imagination.

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Gorgeous Gargoyles

This is a must for anyone that read the Dark Elements series. It’s been many years since I read that but it really stuck with me like a lot of Jennifer’s work does. Shapeshifter Gargoyles that protect humans from Demons was a fab new spin.
I listened to the audio version and the narration was really great.
For me this works best if you have read Dark Elements series first as this almost picks up where we left it. It’s been months since Zayne had his heart broken. Will new girl Trinity help heal him? The attraction is there but is it enough. Like Layla, Trin is another kick ass sassy back chatty female and I love her!
Roth is back as is my favourite Bambi!!
Trust me don’t miss out! Highly recommend reading this and do so after reading about where it all started. Brilliant 5/5

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Fantastic!

This is brilliant! I love the fact it had gargoyles in it, such a different take on fantasy books.
A beautiful story that had me gripped from the get go, the ups the downs, the twist at the end made me sick to my stomach as I was so involved! An absolute must read!

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The perfect story!

Oh wow! I loved loved loved this! I have been so picky lately about books and narrators but this audible version of Storm and Fury was perfect!

The book itself had everything- an brilliant plot, fabulous characters; perfect amount of romance, action, trill, intrigue and paranormal/ fantasy elements. I haven’t felt like this about a book series in a while. I kept wanting to return to it and my mind was constantly drawn to the story - I couldn’t keep myself away. I finished this very very quickly and need to start book two ASAP!

I prefer this series to The Dark Elements series (although that was just as brilliant, this series was even better!) Jennifer L Armentrout is definitely my go to author this year! What a talent!

And a big high five to Lauren Fortgang for once again delivering a flawless read. Every voice she reads is brilliant!

5 stars ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

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A great story beautifully narrated

A great story, with interesting full characters. I throughly enjoyed this book and will definitely listen to the sequels,

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amazing read

loved it, this book had me hooked from the first chapter and i can't wait to see what comes next. The story line was great and kept you going to the very end i would highly recommend this author and all her books especially this one.

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  • Meghan R
  • 24-11-20

Wish I returned rather than wasting 14 hours!

After reading the blood and ask books by JLA I was super excited to start a new series by her, and honestly this book fell completely flat. Was going to return it a few times, but just kept hoping it would get better... it did with about 30 minutes left. And even the ending was lame, unexpected, but not in a good way. Don’t plan on listening to any more of this series, but will try some other books by JLA.
I found the narration okay, she had really long pauses between sentences, making the book drag on, and did not enjoy her male voices, they all kind of just sounded rude and snarky.

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  • mat
  • 02-03-20

I miss the stars

I went legally blind when i was a child, i haven't been able to really see stars in about twenty years, so i really sympathize with the main character. too bad she will more than likely get some deus ex machine thingy that will make it all better in the end. but for now i am totally feeling this character.
As for the story, well i am enjoying it much better than the first trilogy. Speaking of, i kept bursting out laughing every time Leyla was talking. I'm not sure why but the narrator apparently went with phone sex operator and no one told her to stop. it was hilarious. Actually both Roth and Leyla came off as somewhat creepy in this book do to the narration. I kind of liked it, gives a kind of reinterpretation of the characters through another's eye's kind of feel.. Overall the book was pretty great even if it did play into the miscommunication or just refusing to communicate bit a little to hard, Ground breaking for teen novels this story is not. Still i liked it and i liked the protagonists Not an easy feat when it comes to these types of books for me. So i look forward to the next book.

P.S. The "sex" scene was a little confusing sense the author was being somewhat too vague about it, to the point that i wasn't entirely sure what they were doing. Naked dry humping? Lol kind of gross considering it mentioned they both came and there was no mention of cleaning afterwards, they just went to sleep. ew

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  • Megan
  • 28-01-21

Oof, it’s bad.

I really liked the From Blood and Ash series but this one just reads like really bad fan fiction. Not to mention that it’s basically the same exact story, just with different mythical creatures. The dialogue is super cringey and poorly written and the plot is so slow. Everything feels heavy handed and forced. Trinity is argumentative and shallow and whiny to the point of being obnoxious and difficult to like enough to finish the book. All of the characters are very one dimensional. If you’re looking at this because you liked FBaA, you’re definitely not going to get a second series to love.

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  • Stephanie Friend
  • 13-06-19

Supernatural Vibe - Excellent Listen!

What an amazing listen! The narrator did a wonderful job!

Really love the characters in this book Zayne (from The Dark Elements series) is one of my favorite characters! If you haven’t read The Dark Elements series first, I would recommend you do so before listening to this book. Trinity is a super witty and fun character. There are a lot of twists in this one. Especially towards the end of the book. If you like paranormal romance and the show Supernatural, you should definitely give this book a try!

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  • C.J.
  • 03-10-20

Written for younger audience

Could not get past a couple chapters. I agree with another review that this is not at a 16+ reading level. Only book I've ever returned.

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  • Samantha B Lane
  • 22-03-21

I wanted this to be great

after reading the first two Blood & Ash books, I wanted more but the story is just meh. the main character is flighty and annoying. her little love obsessions are shallow and high school-esque.

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  • Shooting Star
  • 26-09-20

I Didn’t Love It Like I Anticipated :(

I’m not sure if it was the narrator, but this story fell way short for me. Her narration ruined what was meant to be funny dialogue and slang comments. Instead the dialogue came off as dull and cringy. And what the heck did she do to Layla and Roth? Her narration ruined my favorite characters. They’re supposed to be cute and funny, not selfishly creepy. Ugh :( I could go on and on.

I love Jennifer Armentrout’s creative mind and incredible author’s prowess, however this book just lagged. Once it was over, I felt relief with no desire to continue. It was lacking that special spark that I felt in her previous books.

I don’t know... maybe it’s the narration, but the story just didn’t light that special flame for me. I’m deeply saddened since I was really looking forward to loving it. Oh well. You win some and you lose some.

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  • Jen
  • 18-04-20

Continuation of Zayne/Layla/Roth's Story

I'd previously enjoyed the story of these three characters (Zayne/Layla/Roth) and was delighted to have them smoothly fold into this one. This story added another strong female to their group without a sense of it being forced. As a separate story, Trinity's character was well developed in her own right. That allowed for a distancing from & developing perspective regarding Zayne & Layla's deep & complex relationship. In this way, the new emotional connection between Zayne & Trinity was allowed to emerge organically and without a sense of anyone's established arch being betrayed. I look forward to hopefully seeing their stories now merge completely and carry forward together from here to save us all.

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  • Ann
  • 26-06-19

Amended; Ok I actually loved this

At first, I couldn't get through this book.

The protagonist came off as whiney and cliche and nothing felt new or really grabbed me.

Then, because I was in a book hole, I kept listening. And I have to say I'm really quite glad that I did. Something I appreciate that this author accomplished extremely well, was illustrating what consent actually is. An enthusiastic, freely given, continuous agreement. I think that having a fantasy novel demonstrate this is so important. Often 'romance' is written as kind of rapey culture, so I actually have to says hats off to the chef for so poignantly and accurately putting what consent looks like into practice.

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I kept listening because I had nothing else, but by the time I got to the end, I was listening non-stop. The protagonist goes through a real journey and the other character development is spot on. I will even say the plot thickened nicely, and I did not see it coming. On that note, I did not see it coming. And part of me feels like this is (if you haven't seen the Disney movie Frozen, the following contains spoilers) was pulled a Hanz and the villain kind of comes out of nowhere, almost to the point of being unbelievable.

I will say the romance is as described, slow burning and delicious. For the protagonist, I kind of wish she had more going for her. I like that she has a disability, I like that she's not white. And I appreciate that she grows a lot along her journey. But there was something missing. I'm not sure what. She was badass. But I guess it was hard that she was so desperate to be loved ... I mean, I understand its a major thrust of the plot. But I always appreciate a strong female protagonist who doesn't need a man. I guess maybe that's reductionist of me, and it isn't unfeminist to want to find love. I think it just made me a bit squeamish because the thought of finding one's life partner at 18 seems too young. But in either case, glad I stuck it out.

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  • Maria Booklover
  • 11-06-19

ALL the stars in the sky!!!

This was such a wild, amazing ride and a great listen. My emotions are all over the place but I just have to let them lose in writing because I can’t contain my excitement over this book. This world is beyond unique and it was so good to be back. The narration was so spot-on and I enjoyed this audio version of the book so much.

I have to confess I wasn’t #TeamZayne when reading The Dark Elements series, but boy, the tables have turned now. He’s moved to the top of my BBFs list. Zayne was this intimidating and a bit moody Warden dealing with his own issues from the past. But he was so kind and loving, just the way I remembered him from before. Trinity was such a sweetheart and even though she had all these powers and intriguing qualities surrounding her character, she was going through some very human emotions and insecurities. I loved her instantly.

The banter between them was hilarious and sexy at the same time. I might have giggled like a schoolgirl with their exchanges. It was a slow-burning romance, gradually built, but so so beautifully written. I read and reread some parts over and over to savor each word. There were also some seriously steamy scenes and the chemistry was off the charts hot. But there were also intense battles and nail-biting moments that I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to see what happens. Crazy action, danger lurking at every corner and a strong female lead that I fell head over heels in love with. That’s what you’re getting into with this book.

It was obvious this story was so personal for Jen. You could feel it in every word and every reference to this disease she is dealing with herself. I’m more in awe with her as a writer after reading this book. It requires a lot of strength and courage to do what she does having her condition. And I admire her even more for that now. The emotions were front and center in this book but combined with all the fast-paced battles, lovable characters, poignant backstories, touching romance and intriguing plot and this story turned into the perfect package. Add to that some very clear messages with life truths inside that made me think and really appreciate the little things we take for granted. And you got yourself an unforgettable experience. Besides, the narration transferred all the emotions from the story and then some. Great job in this department. The book-hangover is guaranteed because this would surely be your next favorite book. Consider yourself warned.

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