Review: Reborn (Bound Gods #4) by Adrienne Wilder

July 23, 2016 Review 0

Review: Reborn (Bound Gods #4) by Adrienne Wilder

Leo promised to keep Aaron and Kaleb forever. Yet he’s left them with nothing more than a note with instructions to obey the commands of another god? A god who has the key to Kaleb’s collar. A god who will tell them nothing about what’s happened to Leo or where he’s gone.

Kaleb and Aaron both fear the worst. That Leo has not abandoned them, but left them because he won’t be coming back. Not because he doesn’t want to, but because he can’t.

Too many have died and the god-son is growing stronger. With no way for any god to track it, Leo has only one choice left. Fight fire with fire.

Or in this case Chimera against Chimera.

The problem is Leo has always maintained control of the beast within him. Using its natural senses to do what no other can. In order to stand a chance at tracking and killing the god-son Leo must give the Chimera within complete control.

And the Chimera might not let him return if he does.

Title: Reborn
Author: Adrienne Wilder
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The First Three Rules, Rule Four and Five, The Final Rule, Complementary Colors
Series: Bound Gods #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Chimera, Chained, Betrayed, Crocuta Crocuta
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: July 5, 2016
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Paranormal
Pages: 307
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames
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300 Review

I finished reading Reborn a few hours ago and I’m still struggling to pick my jaw up off the floor. GOOD LORD ALMIGHTY!!!! I swear reading Adrienne Wilder’s books make me feel like a complete pervert for liking them. I’ve read several books that have CBT in them but never to this level. Each book in the series gets better and better but this one is just so…WOW!

Reborn feels like three stories in one for me. First, you have the hunt for the god-son. The only way they can find the god-son and kill it is to pit Chimera against Chimera. Zen, Cerberus and god-in-training Sonny are along for the ride as Leo struggles with not only being away from his doxies, but also as he deals with the monster within him. Leo has never given the Chimera complete control and when he does, it is one explosive moment for everyone, but most importantly Leo. This journey they take is a revelation in more ways than one. Honestly, I don’t know which had me more blown away – the epic battle between Chimeras or Cerberus’ story. GAH!

Next up is the time Kaleb and Aaron spend with the Priest. Leo has left his doxies in the care of The Priest while he sets out to hunt down the god-son. Kaleb is not happy to find himself in The Priest’s care with only a note to obey. Kaleb is not a true doxie so to say he had a problem with being with another god is an understatement however, The Priest has been around a very long time and knows how to handle a defiant doxie. There are quite a few ‘moments’ between Kaleb and Aaron to keep things very entertaining as well as time spent with The Priest – some good, some bad and some just O.o

Lastly is the investigation by the Circle of Powers. Sol, Wolf, Aaron, Pandora, goddesses, god-sons. So many dirty little secrets here to be had as they all come to the light! Some I was not to surprise to learn as I had already guessed them but there were still quite a few that caught me off-guard. So many mysteries to become unraveled while other leave me dying to want more.

There’s a lot going on in all these little stories as they intertwine and curve around each other. Add to that all the secondary characters that have made their appearances and have me oh so curious! As for Kaleb, Aaron and Leo of course they get their HEA, but how they get there and all that they go through for it was a journey that took my shocked breath away. Now I did say THEY got their HEA, and yes this series has (Sadly!) come to an end. Yet, the author has left just enough openings that there can be spin-offs or additional stories added. I personally am hoping this isn’t the end for these gods. Adrienne Wilder if you are reading this – please, please, PLEASE! don’t let this be the end!



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