Once upon a time, Ivy belonged to Archer, body, heart, and soul. They spent long summer days exploring the forest, and long summer nights exploring each other. But that was before dark magic grew in the depths of the wilderness, and the people of Ivy’s town raised an enchanted barrier of bells to protect themselves from the threat, even though it meant cutting off the forest people—and the forest boy Ivy loved—forever.
And there’s a naked man lying in the snow.
Three years later, Ivy keeps her head down, working alone in her tea shop on the edge of town and trying to imagine a new future for herself, away from the forest and the wretched bells, and the memory of her single, perfect love. But in the icy heart of winter, a terrifying magic blooms—one that can reunite Ivy and Archer, or consume their very souls.
Warm up this winter with a sexy, paranormal New Adult romance from Viv Daniels. Contains magic spells, true love, and the hottest scene ever set in a greenhouse.
Hear Me is the first book I have read by this author, I was gifted a copy to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.
I get offered loads of paranormal/fantasy books and I love the genre but very few appeal to me. The blurb for Hear Me tickled my pickle and I’m soooo glad that I decided to read it.
This book is such a cool idea!!! I’m completely drawn to the forest people idea and this whole fantasy world really intrigues me.
Archer is just the sexiest little dark lord ever!!! This book manages to be incredibly sexy but also dark and fully of fantasy goodness.
Ivy is adorable and she has an inner strength than poured out of her and made her both a sensitive soul and a kickass women all in one.
I got complete drawn into this world and I was gutted when the story finished, I would have loved for this to be the start of a series. I was not ready to say goodbye to Archer and Ivy and it’s been a long time since I’ve got so into a story that I didn’t want it to end.
This story is magic but it’s not your typical witches and wizards. The idea that the magic is part of the forest should be obvious but instead it’s a cool different twist on this genre.
I really got into this book it was fab.
Hear me gets 4 stars