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Fractured Immortal (The Bearwood Series Book 1) by [Wicker, E.L.]
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***Short Listed for Best Paranormal Romance of 2014 SpaSpa Award***

After a terrifying vampire attack in 1810, Ilia Rose spent the next two centuries hunting Sol, the man responsible for turning her and her friends into vampires.

When Ilia discovers he’s run to the one place she's running from, she’s forced to face her most painful memories back in her hometown, Bearwood.

There, Ilia finds herself face to face with Nathaniel, an insanely hot vampire, and despite the evidence he’s working for her enemy, Ilia can’t fight her attraction to him, especially when he seems to show up whenever she needs him most.

But Nathaniel is keeping secrets and as they begin to unravel, instead of running away from him, Ilia finds herself falling for him. When his last secret is revealed Ilia’s past comes together in a way she never imagined and she’s left with only one option: trust Nathaniel to help her kill Sol, or risk relinquishing her new found strength thus causing catastrophic and devastating consequences for her and everyone she loves.

Ilia begins a gut-wrenching battle to save her life and the lives of her friends, a battle which not everyone will survive.

A vampire tale like none other, love, pain, devastation and revenge, all weave together to create the first in a dark and unmissable new adult series.

Due to sexual content, this book is intended for readers age 18+

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d525a98) out of 5 stars ... it being my holiday read and I was not disappointed. For a debut novel Jan. 3 2015
By Bill Cunningham - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I purchased this book the day it was released with plans of it being my holiday read and I was not disappointed. For a debut novel, the author has done a wonderful job with a story that grabs your interest from the very beginning and keeps it until the last page. Great plot, continuous character development, well defined interpersonal relationships, and plenty of action with amazing fight scenes that were written like a seasoned writer.

Fractured Immortal is the first of a series and as anticipated, it ended with a cliff hanger. A testament to a good story, it had me immediately wanting to know what happens next which is all I could ask for as a reader.

A disclaimer: I know the author although we have never physically met (there is this ocean that separates us). I started to read what I believe was a final edited copy of the book in Word format about a month before its release. I quickly read six chapters and wanted more but I am not one of those readers who can read on a computer. I paused because I wanted the reading experience to be as it was intended to be so I anxiously awaited its release. I’m glad I did. I am proud to have Emma Wicker as a friend and am extremely impressed and proud of her as a writer. What an amazing first effort!

I am looking forward to the next book in The Bearwood Series!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c83e1bc) out of 5 stars ***I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal)*** Feb. 27 2015
By E - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
***I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal)***

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That Ending!!! Cliffhanger Alert! But Oooo… was it worth it!

Fractured Immortals by E.L. Wicker is officially going on my “gotta catch em all” list. What an amazingly exquisite roller coaster. Props to you E.L. Wicker! This book has it all: witches, shifters, and vampires “Oh My.” I have absolutely fallen head over heals for this book and here’s why…

Ilia has spent the last two hundred and four years seeking the destruction of the man who ruined her life, Sol. Not only has she been consumed with vengeance, but has been unsuccessfully nursing a broken heart caused by her first love, Kyle. Due to Sols recent appearances, she is forced back to the one place all of those painful memories originated from, her hometown-Bearwood. Together, Ilia and her friends Lana, Lucas, and Kyle formulate a plan to take down the man who destroyed that which they loved and adored, their home. What Ilia didn’t plan on, was falling in love with sex-on-a-stick Nathaniel Dayton.

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As many readers know, an interesting story by itself doesn’t make a good book, the author does. Lots of people have interesting ideas formulating in their head, but they lack the ability to convert the story to paper.

Well have no fear, E.L. Wicker has you covered!

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Fractured Immortals is riddled with twists and turns that will keep you up laughing, crying, yelling, and mind numbingly silent. This is because the author does an excellent job describing the world in which her captivating characters reside. What makes them so captivating? Because they are human with human emotion and human mistakes. Lots of books are somewhat predictable and their predictability causes me to skim through certain paragraphs, sections, or chapters. However, I had to read every sentence down to the last word in order to keep up with the recent developments within the story. The author also did a great job switching from past to present. Remember, these characters have been around for more than 204 years. I truly enjoyed the changes in the witty dialogue from past to present.

I will admit that for some reason, I had a hard time getting into the first chapter. However, I think it was more me than the authors writing/hook. My only question in regards to the story other than the obvious (“What happened to Nathaniel”) is what makes these vampires different from other vampires. Stakes and sunlight can kill them… OK… But are they dead? Do they still have functioning organs? What happens once they are turned? Recovery phase? Bloodlust? Garlic? Mirrors? Can they reproduce? Diseases? I was a little confused about the “heightened emotions” thing. If they are so engrossed by feelings and emotions when they drink blood… why are some vampires so blood thirsty and perfectly fine with killing innocents. I might have missed something and in all honesty I am being picky because this book was fabulous!

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Would recommend to anyone and everyone who is into pnr!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d52430c) out of 5 stars A vampire tale - like no other. Jan. 11 2015
By Aoife Marie Sheridan - Published on
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Fractured Immortal
Rating: 4.5 star

Firstly I have to say that this book brought up more emotions then I expected. Fractured Immortal is a dark tale. It’s all told from the perspective of Ilia, a vampire whose life has been pretty sad. Often in stories like this you get to hear what they lost, but this book goes deeper into details and I found myself on more than one occasion fighting the tears.
When Ilia was mortal she was unmarried and pregnant, her mother had two butchers remove the baby from Ilia’s body not really caring for her daughter’s life, the detail was gruesome and so very sad, but overall extremely well written. This is what started to shape Ilia into the vampire she ended up being.
Her existence is in isolation as she searches the globe for the man responsible for killing her family and loved ones. Yet she carries her pain with her never letting it go. She is broken yet a fighter. When she gets news that Sol maybe returning to her hometown, she returns there, and we get to see more of her life, and it’s all very painful. From the person she loved, to the memories of her childhood, it’s dark and sad.
Yet when we get introduced to Lana and Lucas, we see a kindness, and a little bit of weight seems to be lifted off her shoulders, until Kyle steps into the picture.

Now Kyle he is an onion – he has layers upon layers, upon layers, upon layers …. Complex character. Kyle had me hating him, and then loving him. As the story went on I felt so sorry for him, then went back to loving his sarcasm, he threw me so much throughout the book, that even now that I’m finished, I realised I wanted a happy ever after ending for him. He really deserves it. His relationship with Ilia is funny at the start its push shove and fuelled with anger and love, yet once again as the story progresses it just becomes another complicated aspect to Ilia’s life. The part when he takes Ilia to see Julia’s resting place, I cried. It was the saddest moment in the book and it made me look at Kyle once again in a different light.
Nat is the other love interest and from the moment Ilia bumps into him you see an attraction, but their attraction has a reason behind it. Don’t want to say too much on that, you just have to read the book to find out. But I loved it.  And as for the ending…. It had my mouth gaping wide open, while I shook my head cursing the author when I realised the second book isn’t out yet. I needed to get to Ilia and tell her… well I can’t tell you what it is, but it’s pretty huge.

Maggie the witch. I just LOVED HER, every moment she was in the book she had me grinning from ear to ear. She’s quick with her words, she doesn’t think just acts (that is referring to what she did to Nat) couldn’t believe it yet I couldn’t stop laughing. I just loved her.
There was so many great characters even down to Max and Kate the two young witches, and Alex who’s Nat’s friend and kind of side kick. Each character had their own story and each one was interesting. I think the author developed them very well.

The character I hated the most wasn’t Sol funny enough or Seleana for that matter, it was Victor he’s vicious and cruel, yet I know in book two we will be seeing lots of him.

Overall the book was very well written, it flowed well, and kept me engaged the whole way through. I loved each character and found them well developed. I would recommend this book to all paranormal, fantasy, romance or dark fantasy readers.

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c83f6d4) out of 5 stars Loooove me some good vampire fluff mixed with brutal angst and a lot ... March 31 2015
By Liz Meldon - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Loooove me some good vampire fluff mixed with brutal angst and a lot of violence -- that's what you'll find in E.L. Wicker's "Fractured Immortal". The first book in what I assume will be a series, or at least a two-parter, is a great kick-start for Wicker's writing debut. Feisty, fun, and fulfilling, it's engaging in all the right ways. The author isn't afraid to veer between devastating darkness and the possibility of light, and I was surprised in all the best ways to see that the main character, Ilia, was not immune to tragedy or, really, a few beatings. Given her inexperience in battle and her lack of coordination in general, it made sense to me that she would fall victim to stronger, better trained vamps on occasion.

To me, all the scenes in the past reminded me of the flashback scenes from Vampire Diaries, which is great because I loved those particular scenes. Wicker brings up this great sense of nostalgia and comfort, letting you sink into this fictional world with ease, while also combining that comfort with stunning descriptions of an exceptional setting.

Now, I won't gush on everything. I took issue with how quickly Ilia forgave Kyle, and how quickly they resumed a tentative friendship. I would have liked to see the uneasiness and the awkward and the bitchy fighting drag on until the last possible moment. I think it would have made their tension a little more exciting. I also would have liked there to be more subtlety in Lucas and Kate's budding romance. A little mystery and intrigue would have gone a long way, rather than readers knowing almost immediately that they were digging each other.

Overall, a fun book with plenty of tension, romance, and angst! Great for paranormal fans!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c83ede0) out of 5 stars Looking forward to the next book!!! March 21 2015
By Brit - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review by LoP (Lovers of Paranormal)*

I thought this book was going to be good just from the description, but I was vastly unprepared for just how great it was going to be. Fractured Immortal focuses on one vampire in particular, her name is Ilia. Her vampire existence has been very sad and very alone. She chooses to separate herself from her friends until she gets word she finally has her chance to catch up with the one vampire she wants revenge on. She travels back home (Bearwood) to face the past she'd rather forget and learns that exacting revenge may prove to be harder than she originally thought. I really did like Ilia, but she did get a little annoying with her emotional drama and refusing to drink blood. She kind of needs the red stuff to survive!! Anyways, I absolutely love her friends!!! They are so understanding, I just know I couldn't do the things they do. We meet Nathaniel who is a VERY, VERY hot vampire (in more ways than one). He saves Ilia's butt more than once which needs saving way too much. I think she finds trouble on purpose. For a vampire she gets in way too many accidents. I did love how Ms. Wicker had a new take on vampires that is completely different from the usual nowadays. The only problem I have with this book is the KILLER cliffhanger!!!!!!! This is a really great book and I recommend to the more mature audience of the YA spectrum to New Adult because of some certain scenes do get a little graphic in the details. I am definitely going to be reading the next book!!