Daughter Of Death (Dark Provenance Book One) by Lexi C. Foss
🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Julia!
What can I say? I loved this book, no I floved this book. Daughter of Death brought back the urban fantasy genre for me! So many books claim to be UF, but are just washed out versions of it. Daughter of Death has everything my fantasy and paranormal little heart craves. Paranormal beings, kickass characters, exploding love, action, and mystery.
Eve is who I want to be when I grow up. She’s a fierce warrior but with love and humanity flowing through her. Xai is everything I hate. A warrior, a arrogant asshole. Yet I fell so far in love with him. Lexi C. Foss weaves a tale with intriguing characters, hilarious banter, and some awesome action. The way she makes you simultaneously hate and love Xai, as Eve does, is so frustratingly perfect. One second I’m on the wagon of hate, the next he has me swooning.
This book obviously blew me away and made me hope that UF is making a comeback. This book was so captivating that I couldn’t set it down for even a second. The love between Eve and Xai is a confusingly beautiful love. One that makes you wonder why Eve puts up with him while also wondering where you can find a Xai of your own. I’m excited to read more of Lexi C. Foss and have my fingers crossed that I’ll see more of Eve and Xai.
Daughter of Death
by Lexi C. Foss
Publication Date: February 20, 2018
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance
A dead body.
A missing daughter.
A silver blade.
All the clues point to one person: Me.
My name is Evangeline, and I’m a retired assassin who wants nothing to do with the underworld. But an edict from a Demonic Lord forces me to return to the man and the life I left behind.
I have seven days to prove my innocence.
Whoever set me up is going to die.
About the Author
Lexi C. Foss is a writer lost in the IT world. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and their furry children. When not writing, she’s busy crossing items off her travel bucket list. Many of the places she’s visited can be seen in her writing, including the mythical world of Hydria which is based on Hydra in the Greek islands. She’s quirky, consumes way too much coffee, and loves to swim.