Book Review: Fractured Immortal by E.L. Wicker

elwickerAfter 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+

Buy Links

Amazon US

Amazon UK


With her debut novel, Fractured Immortal, E.L. Wicker makes her mark in paranormal romance as an author to watch.  A story that transverses so many emotions, one cannot help but turn page by page until the very end. With a number of vampires, witches and shifters, I found the authors ability to add depth and allow the reader to form a strong connection with each one, truly amazing.  She has a knack for writing clear and vivid descriptions, as well as, some tough action scenes.  Add that with a complicated romance and you get a well thought and nicely paced story that leaves you on the edge of your seat when it ends in a cliffhanger.                           

If you Like paranormal romance, The Bearwood Series is definitely one to read.




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