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  • Boundary Broken Boundary Magic #4
  • Melissa F. Olson
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  • 16 May 2018
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  1. says:

    Boundary BrokenBoundary Magic Book 4By Melissa F OlsonNarrated by Kate RuddOur Boundary Witch is asked to help an alpha wolf find two missing werewolves She owed them a favor so she agreed What they find and what happens right after starts this book off on a wild ride Lots of unpredictable situations action vamps weres witches magic and twists Loved the storyThe narration was spot on


  2. says:

    Good without being great It's an entertaining instalment in the story of Lex Luther Colorado's very own blood witch The book feels a little like a set up for a new story arc


  3. says:

    This book was a close call for me While I enjoyed I was nervous the author was going the route of Scarlett BernardLet me explain I enjoyed that series until the start of the new one She ended the first series with Scarlett choosing my broken surfer werewolf That made me happy Nothing against Jessie He was a good guy and had he been presented as the first love interest I would have rooted for him And if Scarlett had chosen no one I might have accepted the beginning of a new seriesFor me personally if a book has romance I as a reader have hard limits No cheating no killing off one to solve a love triangle Andrea creamer or no changing good guys into bad to solve love triangle Shatter Me series That will black list you from my reading list Hey though I expected believability in my story I’m a hopeless romantic One a love declarations made in fiction it should be forever Hell I stopped reading Outlander because I couldn’t bear Jamie being with someone else even though he had ever right too I’m funny like thatSo if I hadn’t started this Lex series what the author did in the opening scene of the next Scarlett series she would have been dead to me I never finished that book past the opening scene I feel like she caved under fan pressureSo in the last Lex book and in this one I sense a set up for Lex to be with Simon After the slow burn of Lex and uinn and the declarations of love if that happens if she leaves to be with Simon I will be done with this author for goodOutside of that good installment Engaging and entertaining Awesome narrator though I wish the guys would sound different But alas


  4. says:

    Boundary Broken is an amazing urban fantasy read The plot twists and turn were unexpected with a cast of characters that I’ve already come invested in Olson binds the reader to her writing with realistic but totally fictional characters who have heartfelt emotions and true personal connections to each other Lex is an intelligent kick but character with heart This was one of those reads that you just didn’t want to endI received this ARC copy of BOUNDARY BROKEN from 47North This is my honest and voluntary review BOUNDARY BROKEN is set for publication March 19 2019My Rating 5 starsWritten by Melissa F OlsonSeries Boundary Magic Seuence in Series Book 4Paperback 350 pagesPublisher 47North Publication Date March 19 2019ISBN 10 1542003849ISBN 13 978 1542003841Genre Supernatural Thriller | Mystery | Suspense Noble


  5. says:

    After she finished with the second arc of Scarlett Bernard series Melissa F Olson returns to Boulder Colorado to give us readers the next arc of boundary witch extraordinaire Allison “Lex” Luther The new trouble brewing in Colorado starts when two werewolves come into Lex's house asking for her help to track down their missing pack members Lex find the wolves killed and soon old enemies seem to making new move to stir problem with the supernatural community of ColoradoMelissa F Olson has become one of my favorite authors in this genre ever since I first read Scarlett in Dead Spots six years ago This is another solid addition to Olson's book portfolio I admit that I love Lex and the Colorado gang slightly better than Scarlett's books Probably because Lex being an ex soldier feels level headed a genuine protector compared to Scarlett who in the beginning is of reluctant passive heroine I love Lex's relationship with her deceased sister with her niece as well as her witches friend Boundary Broken is clearly the beginning of something new on the horizon with old players settling in a couple of previous faces being killed and new plan hatched by Maven the vampire ruler of Colorado I cannot say much without spoiling anything because I believe this experience is better read than told I for one cannot wait for the next book and see how Lex adapt to the situationPS Everything behind the spoiler tag is for me to remember the plotview spoilerSo Morgan Pellar the older sister of Lily is back and apparently she still plans to take control of witch power from her mother But this time an unknown person or organization is behind her supporting her with money and army In this book there's a power change since Wyoming Alpha is killed and a woman is taking over his place as they plan to team up with Maven Hazel Pellar Lily's mother is also killed so Lily is now the leader of Colorado witch Maven plans to create a triumvirate like Dashiell's one in Los Angeles which he share with werewolf used to be Will as the Alpha and the witch Lex is tasked to be the knight Sashi and Will is now settling in Colorado to be closer to her daughter Grace Katia Lex's aunt as well It seems that Lex petitions to have a new witch clan with Sashi and KatiaAnd I really hope there's romance in the future for Katia and Lily hide spoiler


  6. says:

    Source PublisherGenre Urban FantasyRating 35 4ThoughtsBoulder boundary witch Allison “Lex” Luther returns in the fourth installment in author Melissa F Olson's Boundary Magic series Apparently the book jumps 2 years from the last book titled Boundary Born but she did appear in Scarlett Bernard's Shadow Hunt Lex is a former Army veteran who was left to die but managed to survive thanks to her previously unknown boundary magicFull Review Gizmos Reviews


  7. says:

    With Boundary Broken it's somewhere between one and two stars for me Things I liked uinn I guess In the first few books I did like his characters He's very much a stoic silent type of character Sometimes I feel like he's a very flat one dimensional characterThings I didn't like I really feel like Olson is setting up the books with a love triangle between Simon uinn and Lex Love triangles are one of my huge pet peeves I also got super sick of this trope in her Scarlett Bernard series Also why can't Olson leave Simon and Lex as friends? Straight people of the opposite gender CAN be friends I vaguely remember in past books the uestioning of Lex's and uinn's relationship And there is a lot of it in this book Which may tie into Olson re using a Scarlett storyline in the first Disrupter Magic book trying to create DRAMA or making a prominent love triangle I feel like Lex doesn't seem like Lex any She's written like Scarlett And I cannot stand Scarlett All the crossovers In this book there's was uite a bit of mentions or continued storylines to stuff that has happened in the Disrupted Magic books which I was extremely confused about because I don't read them because Scarlett view spoiler Sashi shows up at one point with Will and they are now married? What in the world? I remember from the Blood Sick novella that dating interspecies since their magic makes them feel repulsed from one another or something Though I didn't really understand that since why is there no problem with romances with humans? Or Nulls with others? Lex has no problem with dating uinn though I think there was some explanation that boundary witches are closer to death so it's not a problem hide spoiler


  8. says:

    This author is one of my favorite urban fantasy writers and her Boundary Magic series is my favorite of her series There are vampires werewolves ghosts and witches in this world Most of the human population does not know they exist While each book can be read independently and is a complete story in itself it is probably best to begin with the first book in the series The heroine Lex is a boundary witch which means she has special abilities at the intersection of life and death She can see and speak with ghosts and help them move on can 'press' humans and vampires mind control and raise the dead One of the most endearing ualities that Lex has is that she never really seems to appreciate how powerful she is She works for Maven the top witch of Colorado whom she both fears and respects in a security role and other duties as reuired Lex is ex military and has many useful talents for someone who can't go out in the daytime When this book starts Lex is helping two ghosts to cross over She has drawn a circle on the highway it's after midnight and there's a witch friend of hers at each end of the road to stop any traffic This is normal everyday life for Lex She has a steady love interest a vampire who works for Maven also but the romance is rarely a focus of the books So after laying the ghosts to rest she is sitting in her small house with her boyfriend the two witches who were helping with the ghosts and her rescue dogs when the werewolves arrive And there the action begins and it doesn't let up until the end There is a lot of violence and some genuinely creepy scenes in this bookI highly recommend the whole series All are well written with complex plots characters who could walk off the page a little romance friendship and a whole lot of suspense The Old World that exists side by side with the modern day world is a fascinating place to visit Netgalley provided me with an ARC in return for an honest review


  9. says:

    I had a lot of fun with this book mainly because I like Lex and the way Kate Rudd's narration brings her to life She's brave and loyal She knows that she's good at tactics but not a strategy She doesn't see herself as heroic just as someone doing what needs to be done to protect her niece and support her friendsThis episode of the Boundary Magic series has Lex at the centre all the way through She doesn't always know what's going on and she loses as many rounds as she wins What makes the book work is that I cared what happened to her than I cared about the deviousness of the plot The plot has a few good surprises in it to keep me interested but wasn't particularly complex In terms of story arc development this felt like a transitional episode setting up some new possibilities and making changes to the available characters and their relationships On the basis it promises well for the future I enjoyed the way in which Lex's knowledge and use of her power develops in this book Her boundary magic has gone from vague to something with a solid internal logic This was very much a woman centric story There are male players in it but mostly they are there either to get rescued get threatened or killed or to strut around being muscular menacing and dumb The story is moved forward by women who are strong bright sometimes ruthless but very much in charge of what is happening to them This isn't done in an in your face look how strong my women are way It's subtle enough simply to be the natural outcome of the situation and the players Still I can't think of another series that has done this to this extent and made it work so well I'm taking that as a good sign for the future as wellAs always the pace is brisk the stakes are high and the action is vivid The end slowed down a little partly to accommodate some of those new possiblities but it didn't dragI still prefer this series to its sistercrossover series with Scarlett Bernard in LA It feels grounded to me I've always preferred Colorado to California so maybe it's just my prejudice but I find myself engaged with Lex than with Scarlett


  10. says:

    4 StarsPerhaps the best entry in the series to date I actually like this series better than the one from which it was spun off Scarlett Bernard I like the way she set up the next long arc at the end of this one It wasn't a cliff hanger and didn't feel like it either nor was it an insipid sneak peek sort of ending But it did a good job of keeping me curious about the future of the seriesThis is a good urban fantasy series


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Boundary Broken Boundary Magic #4

Melissa F. Olson ó 9 Free read

Years ago boundary witch Allison “Lex” Luther made a promise to an alpha werewolf Now just when the supernatural community in Colorado is enjoying a period of hard won peace the alpha turns up at Lex’s door to call in his marker Two of his pack members have disappeared in the Color. This book was a close call for me While I enjoyed I was nervous the author was going the route of Scarlett BernardLet me explain I enjoyed that series until the start of the new one She ended the first series with Scarlett choosing my broken surfer werewolf That made me happy Nothing against Jessie He was a good guy and had he been presented as the first love interest I would have rooted for him And if Scarlett had chosen no one I might have accepted the beginning of a new seriesFor me personally if a book has romance I as a reader have hard limits No cheating no killing off one to solve a love triangle Andrea creamer or no changing good guys into bad to solve love triangle Shatter Me series That will black list you from my reading list Hey though I expected believability in my story I’m a hopeless romantic One a love declarations made in fiction it should be forever Hell I stopped reading Outlander because I couldn’t bear Jamie being with someone else even though he had ever right too I’m funny like thatSo if I hadn’t started this Lex series what the author did in the opening scene of the next Scarlett series she would have been dead to me I never finished that book past the opening scene I feel like she caved under fan pressureSo in the last Lex book and in this one I sense a set up for Lex to be with Simon After the slow burn of Lex and uinn and the declarations of love if that happens if she leaves to be with Simon I will be done with this author for goodOutside of that good installment Engaging and entertaining Awesome narrator though I wish the guys would sound different But alas

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Ado sand dunes and he needs safe passage to hunt for themWith her friend Simon Pellar along for backup Lex ventures into the dunes to search for the missing couplebut what they find is only the opening move in an ambitious assault against those who hold power in the Colorado Old World An. Source PublisherGenre Urban FantasyRating 35 4ThoughtsBoulder boundary witch Allison “Lex” Luther returns in the fourth installment in author Melissa F Olson's Boundary Magic series Apparently the book jumps 2 years from the last book titled Boundary Born but she did appear in Scarlett Bernard's Shadow Hunt Lex is a former Army veteran who was left to die but managed to survive thanks to her previously unknown boundary magicFull Review Gizmos Reviews

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Old enemy has returned to tear their peace apart and Lex is soon embroiled in politics she doesn’t understand from a time before she had magicTo save her friends and her way of life Lex will have to cross every line she’s drawn since learning what she is and it may still be too late. I had a lot of fun with this book mainly because I like Lex and the way Kate Rudd's narration brings her to life She's brave and loyal She knows that she's good at tactics but not a strategy She doesn't see herself as heroic just as someone doing what needs to be done to protect her niece and support her friendsThis episode of the Boundary Magic series has Lex at the centre all the way through She doesn't always know what's going on and she loses as many rounds as she wins What makes the book work is that I cared what happened to her than I cared about the deviousness of the plot The plot has a few good surprises in it to keep me interested but wasn't particularly complex In terms of story arc development this felt like a transitional episode setting up some new possibilities and making changes to the available characters and their relationships On the basis it promises well for the future I enjoyed the way in which Lex's knowledge and use of her power develops in this book Her boundary magic has gone from vague to something with a solid internal logic This was very much a woman centric story There are male players in it but mostly they are there either to get rescued get threatened or killed or to strut around being muscular menacing and dumb The story is moved forward by women who are strong bright sometimes ruthless but very much in charge of what is happening to them This isn't done in an in your face look how strong my women are way It's subtle enough simply to be the natural outcome of the situation and the players Still I can't think of another series that has done this to this extent and made it work so well I'm taking that as a good sign for the future as wellAs always the pace is brisk the stakes are high and the action is vivid The end slowed down a little partly to accommodate some of those new possiblities but it didn't dragI still prefer this series to its sistercrossover series with Scarlett Bernard in LA It feels grounded to me I've always preferred Colorado to California so maybe it's just my prejudice but I find myself engaged with Lex than with Scarlett