#Review: Solidify – Alexia Purdy
Malachi Arend wants nothing more than to leave his roots behind. To make a new life for himself away from the prying eyes and ears from the residents of Woodland Creek. In his mind, leaving will finally absolve him of the guilt he feels surrounding his father’s death. Until he meets the beautiful Phoebe Reynolds. It’s then his life takes an unexpected turn.
From the moment I began reading Solidify, I knew this novella/series would be a keeper. Alexia takes the lore surrounding shifters, and ups the ante in such a way that makes you want to know more about the world she’s created. The added bonus of Greek gods and the subsequent mythologies makes the reader want to delve even deeper into the story itself.
I love the chemistry between Phoebe and Malachi, two lost souls searching for something greater. The two come from such distinctive worlds, eager to leave their pasts behind. Pasts, unfortunately, that will forever follow them to the end of the world. Surrounded by chaos, the two struggle find purchase throughout such adversity, while battling the attraction that exists between them.
Alexia has introduced characters that get under your skin. Characters that endear themselves to the reader at every turn. I hope there is more to come for this wonderful world Alexia has created.
Woodland Creek Series.
30 Authors. 30 Shifter Stories.
This is a standalone paranormal shifter romance.
Being a hero is overrated.
Malachi Arend is a brazen loner who wants nothing more than to get the hell out of the small town of Woodland Creek. As he’s leaving, he stumbles across a nurse named Phoebe Reynolds, a newly minted Caladrius shifter who takes the shape of a snow-white bird. She ignites something unexpected inside him, thwarting his attempt to leave.
When a vengeful spirit begins attacking the townspeople, Malachi and Phoebe are drawn into the fray. Phoebe’s transformation could be tied to the attacks, but whoever is responsible might also be seeking to finish what they started, and all of Woodland Creek may pay the price.
Malachi never wanted to be a hero, but it seems he doesn’t have a choice.
About The Author:
Alexia currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada–Sin City! She loves to spend every free moment writing or playing with her four rambunctious kids. Writing has always been her dream and she has been writing ever since she can remember. She loves writing paranormal fantasy and poetry and devours books daily. Alexia also enjoys watching movies, dancing, singing loudly in the car and Italian food.
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