Review: Fox Sorcery 3: The Eternal Fox Sorcerer by K. B. Forrest

"In the third book of the Fox Sorcery series, K. B. Forrest uncovers the tangled history of the Eternal Fox Sorcerer."

Andre Minamoto is a student at Harvard doing research on this doctoral thesis in Japan.  He meets and falls in love with a thousand-year-old man named Abe no Seimei, the Eternal Fox Sorcerer.  Andre wants to introduce Seimei to his world, but he does not know how his world will accept his lover.  Andre fears that Seimei might have problems adjusting to the differences in their cultures.  He knows he must return to the Stat4es soon.  A winged tengu named Tarobo approaches Andre as he tries to decide what to do next.  Tarobo feels that Andre needs to know more about Seimei, so he offers to tell him how his lover became immortal.  After learning Seimei’s history, Andre fears his lover may not wish to leave Japan to begin a new life with him.  Will Abe no Seimei’s secret come between the lovers?


As a young man, Abe no Seimei makes a powerful enemy.  Ashiya Doman resents the fact that Seimei has the ear of the Emperor.  The older man plots to destroy Seimei and plans to use the Emperor to do it.  Ashiya Doman wants immortality. A demon promises to help him achieve it.  They work together to set a trap that Seimei cannot avoid.  Will Seimei be responsible for the downfall of the Emperor?


In the third book of the Fox Sorcery series, K. B. Forrest uncovers the tangled history of the Eternal Fox Sorcerer.  Andre and Seimei are happy in Japan, but Andre needs to return to his life in America to continue his education.  He wants Seimei to come with him.  The author paints a colorful past for Seimei that is full of court intrigue and danger.  How will Seimei’s past influence his future with Andre?


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About the Book:
Genre: paranormal
ISBN: 978-1-77111-443-1
Page Count: 91
Price: $ 3.99
Reviewer: Candy

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Star Rating: 4 Stars
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posted Sunday, February 17th, 2013

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