Review: Heart of a Hero (The Triple Towers #1) by James Cox

June 16, 2014 Review 1

Review: Heart of a Hero (The Triple Towers #1) by James Cox

He made it to paradise on a lie...

Kallen is a hero. He single-handed ended the war. At least, that’s what everyone thinks. The truth is that he was at the right place at the right time. As the hero, he gets a room in the heavenly triple towers and enough mouths on his body to please him every hour of every day. However, guilt and danger rise when a man starts searching for the truth. When the investigator is this sexy, he may just blow his secret, among other things. 

Lorn is furious when the spy among them is named as his dead younger brother. He is determined to find the truth of what happened even if it means destroying the nation’s hero or the man he’s slowly falling for.

In Kallen’s world, bravery will get a person killed, so how exactly is he supposed to prove to Lorn that he has the heart of a hero?

Title: Heart of a Hero
Author: James Cox
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Handsome Hero Wanted, A Rampant Hunger, The Virus Maker, Handsome Men Suck
Series: The Triple Towers
Published by Evernight Publishing
Source: Author
Published: 18 March 2014
Genres: Male Male Romance, Military Romance, Sci Fi Romance
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Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: five-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Heart of a Hero by James Cox was a wonderful surprise as the story unfolded with an unlikely hero and a sexy alpha male. Kallen, hailed a hero by the Three Towers establishment and single-handedly ended a long standing war, was at odds with himself, as half-truths became half lies.

Lorn, a military man to the core, turmoil in his soul, as he discovered the conquering hero inadvertently accused his brother of being a traitor, then found himself falling for the sexy hero.

This futuristic story delivered action and intrigue along with a much-needed dose of love for Kallen and Lorn. I fell in love with both characters as they tugged at my heart and grabbed my spirit.

Mr. Cox’s colorful portrayal and description placed this reader in the cusp of the action from the moment Kallen encountered Tower soldiers.

My only drawback and I jest when I say drawback; James Cox, you left me hanging. The suspense and drama which you delivered and the surprise ending left a space in my being that can only be satisfied with book 2.



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