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Today on the blog, I have my book review of:
Hint of Danger is the first book in the Undercover Magic series.
Trigger / Content Warnings: Sexual Content, “steamy” moments, Blood, Fighting, Murder mention, Flashbacks (of murder), Nightmares/Night Terrors
Note that I haven’t read Hint of Danger in over a year, so I may have missed any possible triggers.
Lina wants the one thing a ghost can’t have. To be touched.
When she’s given the opportunity to rejoin the world of the living and experience exactly that, the muscle-bound immortal warrior with icy blue eyes is just what the doctor ordered.
As soon as Nord sees Lina sitting at the bar, he knows she’s who he’s been searching for. The woman he’s soul-bound to protect.
There’s just one problem.
He’s helpless against the very thing she needs protection from: Her past.
Lina might be the ghost, but she’s the one who’s haunted. Because the secrets of her past are coming for her. And if her dreams are any indication, those truths are the reason she ended up dead in the first place.
So while fate may have granted her a second chance at life, unraveling the mystery of who—and what—she used to be is the only thing standing between her and happily ever after.
HINT OF DANGER is the first book in the Undercover Magic series, a steamy and suspenseful paranormal romance following a ghost and a berserker’s chance meeting at The Monster Ball. Thankfully, the ball was just the beginning for these two fated lovers. So if you adore overprotective, ax-wielding alphas, smoldering sexual tension, supernatural secret societies, and loads of banter, you’ve just found your next read!
PLEASE NOTE this new, expanded edition includes the previously released prequel novella, Shade of Danger, as well as a brand-new bonus scene!
Going into Hint of Danger I couldn’t help but to be intrigued. The start to HOD is so interesting; which by the way, I came across Hint of Danger from instagram. Gotta love endless scrolling and scrolling when you have other things to do.
OK, for those out there who don’t like reading about sexual content, I highly suggest that you don’t read Hint of Danger, or maybe skipping over these parts of the story. To be completely fair and honest, the sexual content is over fairly quickly.
Within Hint of Danger, there are two points of view: Lina, and Nord.
Lina: doesn’t know her past, definitely an interesting woman, doesn’t let Nord tell her what to do. She stands up for herself when she can, has nightmares / night terrors ever since she became flesh again. (this will 100% make more sense if you read, or have read the book)
Nord: beserker — Nord seems like an okay dude. He’s definitely overprotective, and even has that caveman persona going on at times.
I don’t think I’ve read many a book (lol) with Berserkers in them, so yay for berserkers finding their way into the stories I read! haha.
Unfortunately Hint of Danger ends in a cliffhanger. Noooooo! Hopefully the next book(s) are out. — They are *winky face.*
I ended up giving Hint of Danger, 2.5 stars.
Have you read Hint of Danger, or anything written by Meg Anne?
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