The Four Horsemen: Bound by LJ Swallow

Posted June 28, 2018 in review Tags: , , , ,

The Four Horsemen: Bound by LJ SwallowBound by L.J. Swallow
Length: 4 hours 4 minutes

Series: The Four Horsemen #2
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Setting: England
Source: Audible
Narrator: Cornell Collins, Fleur Strange
Also in this series: Legacy, Hunted, Guardians, Chaos, Descent
Also by this author: Legacy, Hunted, Guardians, Chaos, Descent, Reckoning
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What happens when you discover Truth is a lie?

Ewan's shock revelation sends Vee's life further into chaos, and she faces an uncertain future in a secret world she never knew existed.

Vee joins the Four Horsemen's hunt for those behind the plot to murder a fae queen, where she discovers society faces bigger dangers than she realised.

One night changes everything and increases Vee's determination to harness her power and step into her new role.

The Four Horsemen now have their missing link and will each do anything to protect and support her, but Vee's determined to show them she can be their equal.

The group are about to find out exactly how powerful Truth is.

Bound is book 2 in the series and picks up where book 1 left off. It took me a moment to remember exactly what happened, but once I had a few reminders! Vee is struggling with what she is and dealing with the new world suddenly open to her. She has her first encounter with incubi and it makes her realize she needs to get a crash course in how to handle her new reality.

During the group’s continued search for the demon and Vee’s attempt to understand her power, Vee is also struggling with her attraction to the guys. There is a paranormal pull to each of them. The guys feel it too, but fight it because they are unsure. Not only does Vee not understand her power, the guys don’t really know what to expect either.

The plot of the story is more world building and relationship building so not as action packed. I think this caused me some struggle to really stay in the story at times.



My Pack series by Lane Whitt, Claimed by Gods by Eva Chase, Elements of Mischief by CM Stunich and Tate James…then you will probably like Bound!





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4 responses to “The Four Horsemen: Bound by LJ Swallow

    • I think because these are relatively short, it would have been better to binge on them. If I were to think of this as a subsection of the books together, it wouldn’t have felt so unimportant. I listened to the next two books back to back and it was much better that way!

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