Hexbreaker Will a dark history doom their future together New York copper Tom Halloran is a man with a past If anyone finds out he once ran with the notorious O Connell tunnel gang he ll spend the rest of his l

  • Title: Hexbreaker
  • Author: Jordan L. Hawk
  • ISBN: 9781941230190
  • Page: 173
  • Format: ebook
  • Will a dark history doom their future together New York copper Tom Halloran is a man with a past If anyone finds out he once ran with the notorious O Connell tunnel gang, he ll spend the rest of his life doing hard time behind bars But Tom s secret is threatened when a horrible murder on his beat seems to have been caused by the same ancient magic that killed his gang.CaWill a dark history doom their future together New York copper Tom Halloran is a man with a past If anyone finds out he once ran with the notorious O Connell tunnel gang, he ll spend the rest of his life doing hard time behind bars But Tom s secret is threatened when a horrible murder on his beat seems to have been caused by the same ancient magic that killed his gang.Cat shifter Cicero is determined to investigate the disappearance of one friend and the death of another, even though no one else believes the cases are connected When the trail of his investigation crosses Tom s, the very bohemian Cicero instinctively recognizes the uncultured Irish patrolman as his witch Though they re completely unsuited to one another, Cicero has no choice but to work alongside Tom all the while fighting against the passion growing within Tom knows that taking Cicero as his familiar would only lead to discovery and disaster Yet as the heat between them builds, Tom s need for the other man threatens to overcome every rational argument against becoming involved.But when their investigation uncovers a conspiracy that threatens all of New York, Tom must make the hardest decision of his life to live a lie and gain his heart s desire, or to confess the truth and sacrifice it all.

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    1. Jordan L. Hawk

      Jordan L Hawk grew up in the wilds of North Carolina, where she was raised on stories of haints and mountain magic by her bootlegging granny and single mother After using a silver knife in the light of a full moon to summon her true love, she turned her talents to spinning tales She weaves together couples who need to fall in love, then throws in some evil sorcerers and undead just to make sure they want it bad enough In Jordan s world, love might conquer all, but it just as easily could end up in the grave.


    1. I'll tell you a secret:*whispers*I've never read a book by Jordan L. Hawk before. I know, I know. Everybody calm down. So many of my friends pushed me to read the Whyborne & Griffin series, but I just couldn't commit to eight books; plus, I'm usually not a fan of series that focus on the same couple. But now I get all the fangirling, because Hexbreaker was AMAZING. The narrative paints a fascinating picture of late 19th century New York, brimming with mystery and magic, witches and their fam [...]

    2. I should be an adult and leave an adult view where I point out the values of this book and give Hawk a quotable bite if she wanted to use it. I'll get to that part eventually, but first, I'm going to be totally not an adult and just squee about how much I loved the book. And I'm going to use GIFs. I know a ton of people roll their eyes at GIFs in reviews, but I love them so I'm going to use them, and nobody can stop me.I think Cicero is rubbing off on me.So a lot of us have come to love Hawk for [...]

    3. *Price drop to $0.99 at US today! 10/3/16*Guys! How freakin' cool is the premise for this story?! Witches and their familiars, who are people/animal shifters? I'm in love!This story was another brilliant concept from the mind of Jordan L. Hawk, who is known for her blend of historical and paranormal, with a dash of mystery/horror thrown in. I have a real weakness for historical romance, it turns out, so I really loved that this book was set in long ago New York (my stomping grounds). I also REA [...]

    4. Okay. Finished up Hexbreaker by Jordan L. Hawk.Motherfucking hell. Dude. Dudes. Fucking hell.Such a damned good book.This is seriously hands-down the tightest, well-written novels ever to slap itself awake and crawl out of Jordan L. Hawk’s complicated and wonderful mind. The range of characters, the world building… the goddamned worldbuilding… the weave into historical events and the laying down of the simplest of details enrich every damned pica this book is made out of.Do yourself a favo [...]

    5. 4.5This book pushed all my romance reading buttons. Great character, great world-building, genuine issues that pop up that aren't easily resolved, fated-to-be-mated but with choice and reluctance at first, steamy build-up and even steamier result, some humor tossed in, a little darkness tossed in, paranormal, check.Cicero is fun and hilarious. A controversial and daring dresser who only likes hanging out with art types. He's flamboyant and contrary. Add in that he's a cat and it enters pure ador [...]

    6. The year is 1897, the days before January 1, 1898. That was the day that New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the East Bronx will be merged in the Great New York City. The city is protected by the ordinary police force, but also by Metropolitan Witch Police, MWP, which deals with magic related crimes. Because New York is full of magic and hexes. A hex can be used as a lock, as an alarm, as protection etc.The ordinary police force is highly corrupted and not really accepted by most civil [...]

    7. NYC circa 1895, AU.This was fun and since I snatched it up on sale for 99 cents, I'm pretty happy. Hawk is a smooth writer and does paranormal and action equally well. The history in Widdershins was so seamless that it almost disappeared, but here it plays a bigger role and shines bright. From the tenements to Tammany Hall to Commissioner Roosevelt to fairy clubs, it weaves the threads of history into a new tapestry of witchcraft.Hawk excels at expanding characters that on first blush appear sim [...]

    8. Review written October 19, 20164 Stars - Terrific historical cat-PRN mystery funI never finished when (buddy-) reading this Hexbreaker book back in May. Real life interrupted and time went Then when I saw it was possible to add the audiobook for a nice WSfV price I couldn't but download the 8:36 hrs audiobook. — A week later and I'm convinced, this was another pretty good and adventurous M/M story from JLH. Also a very well performed audiobook narration by the as always delivering Mr. Tristan [...]

    9. Confession, I did not remember anything from The 13th Hex, which is the prequel of this new series :p. However, I had no problem immersing myself with this novel at all!! Definitely a new series to follow from Jordan L. Hawk. I thought it was very interesting world-built -- witches and their familiars, New York City in the end of 1890's, magic and hexes oh yes, I loved it!! I tend to have good record with urban fantasy series that involved witches so I was really excited with this one. I loved [...]

    10. This is the first complete novel in a new series by Jordan Hawk. You don't have to read the short prequel first, but I think it adds some world-building that would make this story clearer, and it adds to the pleasure of meeting the first couple again here, as we follow a new pair of MCs. Tom Halloran is one of the few truly honest beat cops, in a quasi-historical New York where hex-magic is commonplace, sold on corners and in shops, used by everyone including the police. Tom's stellar ethics are [...]

    11. Sometimes great things happen when you do not expect it!I was not sure whether this would really tickle my fancy, I mean - cat shifters, witches and the lot?But YES, it certainly appealed to me, no more than that, Hexbreaker really swept me away.A chapter in and I was hooked. Fascinating world building, an immediate jump into the plot and excellent characters just sucked me in! I really enjoyed how Ms Hawk just drops us into this world and lets us find our way round slowly, as we untangle what' [...]

    12. I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Oh My Goodness. This book is everything. Jordan L. Hawk is one of the best authors out here. I haven't read a bad book yet, and don't think I will ever!!! Her world building and character building is so thorough. I love all of her characters and her concepts are some of my favorite for paranormal. It's a subject that I like reading about. This book I felt l [...]

    13. Cicero might be my favorite character of 2016. "The sheer tedium of the work made him want to curl up and take a nap, and let someone else do it for him." I mean, who can't relate to that?!And Tom He was just an inherently decent guy. A good man. Joining Cicero's delicately feline persnickety self with a solid bloke somehow just worked - so, so well. The world building was intense and thorough. The mystery was unique and engaging. "Cicero's toes were numb from the half-frozen slush of garbage ca [...]

    14. What a entertaining journey! Being teleported into an alternate universe- the late 1800s in New York City. 'Advertisements flash on distant buildings, taking advantage of the new hexes which allow the words to change depending on who is looking at them'-where the familiars popping in and out of animal form, and looking for their right-witch ones to bond. The one you could instinctively recognized, you could live with, and your magic would be stronger. All you have to do is draw magic from him/he [...]

    15. I absolutely loved this - a non stop all day read ! I wasn't sure what I was getting but I adored Whybourne & Griffin so I figured this series was worth a try so glad 😊Jordan Hawk is a talented writer. She tells great stories and is able to plot a mysterious storyline with great care and perfection. This story was focused on Tom and Cisero. Tom had taken the identity of another man after a tragic situation that left him alone and lost. He'd slowly built a reputation as a fair and honest [...]

    16. 4,5*We all know that I'm usually not fond of mystery books, and even less of murder cases, but we can count this one as the exception.The fictional universe of this book was amazingly constructed. Such a great imagination and an even more wonderful way to describe it. I was honestly hooked at page four. This is the first book of Jordan L. Hawk I read and I found her writing style as enchanting as the whole magic world she created.Cicero is a cat familiar without a witch of his own working for th [...]

    17. I love the self building universe books and this one is not an exception because is amazing and very well done!!! The authors makes really easy to understand the functioning of society with the magic, the witches, the shifters, the hexes, And once you are in the environment you have a beautiful story there!!!The characters awwww! Tom is asdfghkl, a gentle giant, a cutie pie, a cinnamon roll too nice for this world ♥ and Cicero…. Cicero is a Cat!!! Charming, hot , flamboyant, carefree and a b [...]

    18. I was truly psyched to learn that Jordan L. Hawk was going to turn the world she created in her short story The 13th Hex (which I had the chance to review in the Charmed and Dangerous: Ten Tales of Gay Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy anthology) into a series. I adored Dominic and Rook, and found the world of familiars and their witches to be highly fascinating. Not to mention that any world that Jordan Hawk creates is bound to have all sorts of fun little avenues to explore, and the short s [...]

    19. This is a fabulous start to a new series. The setting is a historical alternative universe where witches and their familiars fight crime against all sorts of magical bad guys. In this, Tom Halloran is a witch who is hiding his powers. He works for the human police department and hides his past. He lives an isolated and somewhat lonely life. A murder of a shop keeper in his neighborhood causes him to seek assistance from the Magical Police Force against his better judgment. Tom is immediately pai [...]

    20. A real fun readI'm very partial to Hawk's brand of paranormal, the kind of brand I can wholely get into. She usually starts with simple stuff but from my experience with her Why & Griff she has no problem amping up that mix. Which I look forward to in this one - as I'm hoping that there will be more. I've even got scenarios floating in my mind.And to you Caro CiceroSo che questo non fare bene al tuo ego, ma sei magnifico!

    21. Magic and hexes and witches and shifter familiars. An utterly original and captivating PNR M/M Romance novel.I listened to an excellent narration by Tristan James who kept me totally entertained with his voices and accents and inflections. Very, very good narration.

    22. i don't know what it is about Jordan L Hawk but i pretty much always love her books and this is no exceptionother great story with a sweet romance to go with it.

    23. ”Fur and feathers!” This was a sweet surprise.Jordan L. Hawk’s Hexbreaker spins and weaves a magical world. A world layered and alive with shifters, witches, magic, mystery, history, and danger. I loved it all from head to tail! :)Our story introduces us to Cicero, a cat shifter with sass and attitude galore employed by the Metropolitan Witch Police (MWP), who is trying to investigate a friend’s disappearance. But his investigation soon collides with a wall of muscle known as Tom Hallora [...]

    24. 4 MAGICAL SHIFTER LOVING STARS !I adored this read. I think my favorite parts of this read are the shifters. They are so very animal like and well written. The witches are awesome too, and I love the return of past characters.So really why did this get 4 stars instead of 5, becauseof Cicero times was not a lovable MCs.but he was intriguing with the best mannerism ever. 2016 Thanksgiving-Audio re-readP.S. the audio version was awesome. I loved Tom's voice.

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