Audiobook Review: Her Warriors’ Three Wishes (Dante’s Circle, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Her Warriors’ Three Wishes by Carrie Ann Ryan

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Humans aren’t as alone as they choose to believe. Every human possesses a trait of supernatural that lays dormant within their genetic makeup. Centuries of diluting and breeding have allowed humans to think they are alone and untouched by magic. But what happens when something changes?

Ambrose Griffin is older than most, if not all, civilizations. As each year passes, he submerses himself into his training, only relaxing around his protégée and friend, Shade. After losing his wife and children in the last Angelic Wars, he guards his heart and has no desire to share it with another.

Bookkeeper and romance novel enthusiast, Jamie Bennett dreams of being swept off her feet by a white knight. However, he life is no romance book. Since meeting Ambrose – a sexy, delicious angel – she’s been twisted inside out and doesn’t know why. Things are happening that she can’t control, and now her life is in danger.

Balin Drake is stuck in hell, literally. His life of refusing to take souls, even though it’s part of his demon nature, has caught up with him. He’s dying and now must search for his true half, but even a mate may not save him. When he meets the two people who could fill that part, he’ll need to fight for something he hasn’t felt in over a century: hope.

Her Warriors’ Three Wishes

Angels and Demons!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💙💚💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘
World building: 🌎🌍🌏
Character development: 😤😠🙃😍
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Solo Narration

The Heroes: Ambrose & Bailin – Ambrose is a warrior angel who works for the council to punish supernaturals who break the law (basically letting out that supernaturals exist). Ambrose was best friends/brothers with Shade from Dust of My Wings. He has lost too many people in his long life and refuses to fall in love and possibly lose more. Bailin is a demon from Hell who had forsaken his oath and refused to take souls into the hell realm. His father, Pyro, the king of the demons was waiting for him to die because he was afraid Bailin would free the slaves and gladiators if left to his own devices.

The heroine: Jamie – Jamie is friends with Lily from the first book and like her, Jamie was hit by the freak lightning storm that hit the bar, Dante’s Circle. Because of Lily, Jamie knows that if she finds her true half like Lily and Shade, she might become a supernatural. She knew from the first time she saw Ambrose that he was her true half. Though he acted like she didn’t exist.

The Story: Ambrose lost a family in the past and couldn’t go through that again, though he knew he was attracted to Jamie, so he was determined to find a man for her that could be her true half and awaken the supernatural inside her. Little did he know, that Pyro had it out for him because Ambrose had scarred Pyro in the war and he noticed Ambrose had an interest in Jamie. So he kidnapped Jamie and brought her to hell.

The story was pretty good and a bit different than any other story I have read before. Jamie is a pretty strong female lead character and the whole story about the “true half” (a.k.a. fated mates) was interesting, especially since there are two men that feel they are the true half to Jamie.

The book is told in multiple points of view via solo narration and was narrated by Gregory Salinas. I like his voice and he puts a lot of emotion into his narration. Though I do like to have more narrators when there are three main characters. It is sometimes hard to tell who is talking. It didn’t help that some of the dialog was a bit corny. Like “she’d have to get the hell out of, well..Hell. She would have to think about another curse at some point.”

Also there were a bunch of different covers for this book, but only one cover for the audio version and it is one of my pet peeves when the characters on the cover don’t match the description in the book. Ambrose is described as having white wings and long white hair, yet the cover pictures two men, both with short dark hair.


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