MY REVIEW, 5 stars:
Heir of Fury is the final installment in the Fosh trilogy, (but let’s not forget about The Curse, which is sort of a prequel to the series) and it’s executed perfectly! Talk about a powerful wrap of Roxanne Fosh’s tale. It’s been a while since I read the first two books, plus The Curse, so it took me about a quarter of the way in to really be consumed by the story as a whole. Jina S. Bazzar does a wonderful job at summing up what’s happened previously, so it doesn’t take too long to remember all the details. However, it’s important to remember that there are a LOT of details. So I’d recommend starting with The Curse and then reading all the way through consecutively.
Roxanne Fosh is a transformer, her blood line purposfully put together for a higher purpose… but she’s oh so much more than that! She’s a powerful tool used by the nasty and extremely powerful Remo whose mission is basically to wipe out his enemy’s no matter what the cost or who else dies in the process. He’s an opener of portals, ruler of realms, and basically the head of everything evil. In book 2 Roxanne becomes his familiar, made to execute his orders without question or remorse. For the last three years, she’s done just that. But, because time isn’t exactly the same where she’s been as it is on earth, she returns to find that she’s only been away from her Earthly home for three weeks in human time. However, nothing is the same, and Roxanne is determined to do what’s necessary to get to the bottom of whatever Remo is using her for.
What I love about Roxanne is that she’s crafty and calculated. She’s careful about what she reveals to who, allowing her to follow Remo’s orders all the while stirring up her own intention of his defeat. There’s mystery, betrayal, action, magic, and even romance. This trilogy is truly the whole package for anyone who enjoys reading about outer worlds, Madges, Weres, Vamps, Shapshifters, Witches, and more… so much more!
Three years has passed since Roxanne left. She’s obeyed and fulfilled Remo’s every wish.
His latest command, however, will send her back to Earth. Aware her presence Earth-side is furthering Remo’s plans, Roxanne delves into an impossible chase against time, the preternatural community, and herself.
But she might already be too late, and Roxanne experiences firsthand that when desperate people are pressed against a rock, they’re willing to commit just about anything.