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The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister t The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister turn as Tannon, the powerful warlock faces his greatest nemesis yet. Will the identity of his nemesis be his downfall? Take this journey as Alice and the warlock join hands to find the solution to the extinction of all species, and fight the enemy who is so far away, and yet so near at the same time.


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The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister t The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister turn as Tannon, the powerful warlock faces his greatest nemesis yet. Will the identity of his nemesis be his downfall? Take this journey as Alice and the warlock join hands to find the solution to the extinction of all species, and fight the enemy who is so far away, and yet so near at the same time.

30 review for The Warlock's Nemesis

  1. 5 out of 5

    ♛ Garima ♛

    After reading 70% reading, I don't know what's going on so I don't see any point continuing... DNF at 70%, I can't torture myself anymore... After reading 70% reading, I don't know what's going on so I don't see any point continuing... DNF at 70%, I can't torture myself anymore...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alaina

    After reading Mated to the Werewolf King I was really excited to dive into The Warlock's Nemesis. Now if you've read the werewolf book then you would know exactly who is in this book and what it's about: Tannon and Alice. If you haven't read the book and you have no idea who I'm talking about... uh... well... don't read this review. Now I absolutely love Alice. So I'm super happy that I get to read more about her!! Tannon was an okay character in mated to the werewolf... so I just hoped he would After reading Mated to the Werewolf King I was really excited to dive into The Warlock's Nemesis. Now if you've read the werewolf book then you would know exactly who is in this book and what it's about: Tannon and Alice. If you haven't read the book and you have no idea who I'm talking about... uh... well... don't read this review. Now I absolutely love Alice. So I'm super happy that I get to read more about her!! Tannon was an okay character in mated to the werewolf... so I just hoped he would be a lot better in this one. (view spoiler)[Like I said before, I love Alice and she is probably my favorite character forever. I loved her story and how unique her plotline was. I loved her character growth. Honestly, I really like all the twists with her and how I kept second-guessing myself. I never caught on to what she was hiding--and that actually makes me sad because I love making the correct guesses. Or guessing at all. Way to be sneaky Alena. Then there is Tannon. Oh man... he was kind of boring in the first book and at the beginning it didn't really seem like he changed. He was just kind of meh to me. I sometimes just found myself skimming through his parts... but then I'd feel super bad and backtrack to actually read it. The whole relationship aspect kind of threw me off too. Because, and it could just be me(?), but it like seemed to be a one-sided relationship/crush thing... and then the whole book took a total 180 move and the relationship was just suddenly an actual relationship/crush thing. I don't even think I'm explaining this correctly... so if you're confused... it's okay then because I was confused. (hide spoiler)] I don't know what else to say (it's 1am here and I'm exhausted). I also just don't want to spoil the whole damn book--because I honestly could. It's so easy. Go read this book because it's an easy read. I wouldn't necessarily say "quick" but that's because I was just reading so many books around the same time.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Daniels

    Kings Series: The Warlock's Nemesis by Alena Des ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I absolutely enjoyed The Warlock's Nemesis the second book in The Kings Series. Oh My the witches, shifters, angels and thrills held my attention from beginning to end, I couldn’t put my reader down and I found myself reading long into the night, at first I tried to find a place where I could stop reading and then pick up where I stopped but I couldn't stop reading. The story is brilliant, astonishing and marvelous along with the characte Kings Series: The Warlock's Nemesis by Alena Des ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I absolutely enjoyed The Warlock's Nemesis the second book in The Kings Series. Oh My the witches, shifters, angels and thrills held my attention from beginning to end, I couldn’t put my reader down and I found myself reading long into the night, at first I tried to find a place where I could stop reading and then pick up where I stopped but I couldn't stop reading. The story is brilliant, astonishing and marvelous along with the characters which are enchanting, amazing and engaging and then there are plenty of twist which will grantee the readers interest for their enjoyment. In this book we visit the witches coven. This is Alice and Tannon story. We also catch up with Belle, Keith and the Twins. There are new characters to get to know. Alice is a doctor and a healing witch her powers allows her to heal. When Tannon needed healing Alice with Belle's help healed him. At the time Alice realize her feeling for Tannon but he stayed away whenever she was around. There was a virus outbreak and her mentor Tessa has Alice to help and she agreed. Tannon is a powerful warlock and he has to face a powerful nemesis.But he doesn't know who it is and he is having dreams about Alice and he knows he must help and save her. This is such a phenomenal book to read. There are a few twists to make this story so exciting which creates magic, romance and lots of entertainment. You will enjoy reading all of the different point of views in this story. As Alice and Tannon forge together their love.The world is on the brink of extinction with a deadly virus which will kill humans and supernaturals alike. As I read this story I'm amazed at how much I enjoyed the characters in each story they have been getting better and better and now for the main characters.Such as Tannon who is such a magnificent character that I rejoiced that with Alice their characters have a HEA. Alena Des books have great descriptions with just the right paced and they are well written with a awesome story. The characters chemistry is hot and steamy and you will enjoy their interactions with each other. I really enjoy that each book reads as if the series continues with each book and the characters from each book makes it seems as if the story continues as a different episode. Paranormal romance is a phenomenal genre to read. I realize everyone may not feel its for them but if you read this series you will enjoy this as I did. If you have read any of the books written by Alena Des then you don't want to miss this book! This is a great book to add to your TBR list. I'm so excited about reading the next book in this series. I highly recommend this book. I voluntarily wrote a review of this book which was gifted to me by Inkitt Exclusive.

  4. 5 out of 5

    J.B. Trepagnier

    This is a solid entry into the Kings series. The book follows Alice, who was just a minor character in book 1 and Tannon, who was a bigger character in that book. Like the first book, just when you think the main characters have endured enough and can finally be together, another horrible obstacle is thrown into their way. You have to wonder how much the characters can endure and if they will actually get their happy ending, especially in this case, given certain characters backgrounds and other This is a solid entry into the Kings series. The book follows Alice, who was just a minor character in book 1 and Tannon, who was a bigger character in that book. Like the first book, just when you think the main characters have endured enough and can finally be together, another horrible obstacle is thrown into their way. You have to wonder how much the characters can endure and if they will actually get their happy ending, especially in this case, given certain characters backgrounds and other characters working against them behind the scenes. This book also follows up a little with characters from book 1, mainly Belle, Keith, and their children. You have to wonder what's going to be in store later in the series for Belle and Keith's children given their gifts and interest from other less savory characters in those children.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jolie

    I took a chance deciding to review The Warlock’s Nemesis. I had reviewed Mated to the Werewolf King.While I liked it, I had some issues with the plot and too many characters POV. But, after reading the blurb and seeing that it was about Tannon and Alice, I decided to give it a go. I am glad I did because I enjoyed The Warlock’s Nemesis a lot. I liked the plotline. Not only did it have Tannon but it had Alice, who was the healer in Mated to the Werewolf King. The fact that Alice was both healer an I took a chance deciding to review The Warlock’s Nemesis. I had reviewed Mated to the Werewolf King.While I liked it, I had some issues with the plot and too many characters POV. But, after reading the blurb and seeing that it was about Tannon and Alice, I decided to give it a go. I am glad I did because I enjoyed The Warlock’s Nemesis a lot. I liked the plotline. Not only did it have Tannon but it had Alice, who was the healer in Mated to the Werewolf King. The fact that Alice was both healer and spreader of the virus was fantastic. The author did a great job of hiding why she was both. I was shocked when it was revealed because it was so obvious. But what shocked me happened after that reveal. I wasn’t expecting Alice to turn into that. I was a bit shocked. Tannon was a little hard to read at first. To be honest, I thought that he didn’t like Alice in that way by the way he acted in the beginning of the book. The way he kept her at arm’s length and never showed any emotion was very telling. So I was a bit surprised when the book switched to his perspective and he had these feelings for her. A total switch from the beginning of the book and a sudden one at that but it made no difference in how I viewed the book. Just confused me more than anything. The storyline with Tessa and Tannon’s other girlfriends (for lack of a better word) was awful. I can see why Tannon was so upset. I can see why Tessa did what she did, though. She was protecting her twin. The sex scenes between Alice and Tannon was enough. Not too graphic but graphic enough for you to understand what was going on. With everything else that was happening in the book, I appreciated that. If the author had gotten graphic with the sex, it would have been too much. If I had a complaint, it would be that I think the book should have ended when Alice remembered who she was and who Tannon was to her. Anything after that didn’t add to the book. If it had ended there, I would have given the book a higher rating. Other than that, I enjoyed the book. Now, I know I didn’t go into everything that happened in the book. If I did, this review would be a novel. I decided to only highlight the plotlines that I liked and the sex. If I had explained everything else, I do think I would be giving away some major spoilers. The ending was one of those sunshine and roses endings. Except for one part. I would love to know…..read the book to find out!! I can’t wait to read book 3. Usually, I can get a handle on who the book will be about. Not this time. Guess I am going to be surprised. My Summary of The Warlock’s Nemesis: 4 stars The Warlock’s Nemesis is a fast paced fantasy romance that was enjoyable to read. This book was a pleasure to read. It was engaging and had a great plotline. It also had well-rounded characters. My only complaint is that the book did go on a tad longer than what it should have. Other than that, I loved it. Will I reread: Yes Will I recommend to family and friends: Yes Age range: Adult Why: Violence, sex (but not graphic) and language I would like to thank Alena Des and Inkitt for allowing me to read and review The Warlock’s Nemesis All opinions expressed in this review are mine and mine alone. **I chose to leave this review after reading an advance reader copy**

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jasmin Quinn

    Well-paced, exciting fantasy romance! Kings Series Book 2: The Warlock’s Nemesis, by Alena Des is a well-paced exciting story with a ton of intrigue and mystery. It kept me highly engaged – I love when a story catches and holds my attention leaving me thinking about what's going to happen next when I’m not reading it and making me hurry back to it. This is a fantasy-romance novel with satisfying elements of both. It takes a shocking and unexpected turn mid-way through the book, which sheds light o Well-paced, exciting fantasy romance! Kings Series Book 2: The Warlock’s Nemesis, by Alena Des is a well-paced exciting story with a ton of intrigue and mystery. It kept me highly engaged – I love when a story catches and holds my attention leaving me thinking about what's going to happen next when I’m not reading it and making me hurry back to it. This is a fantasy-romance novel with satisfying elements of both. It takes a shocking and unexpected turn mid-way through the book, which sheds light on the difficulties Alice, a young witch and Tannon, a powerful, centuries-old warlock, deal with in the first part of the book. I’m not going to share much about the plot of this book because of its exciting twists and turns, which will lead to spoilers if I discuss them. I can say that there were a ton of interesting characters and each one contributes to the plot in their unique voice. I am a romantic at heart and especially loved the relationship that grew between Alice and Tannon. I like that Alice was crushing on Tannon and pursuing him (as opposed to the usual alpha male pursuit of the hapless female); the fact that she is a doctor, a witch and a healer empowered her and the plot line. I found myself rooting for Alice and admiring her for her boldness. Tannon is also a great a character and a good match for Alice. He has power, wisdom and compassion. He loves Alice unconditionally - at first so much so that he is willing to sacrifice their relationship to ensure her safety. Finally, kudos to Des for creating interesting secondary characters who create havoc in both the fantasy and romance elements of the story. I like that the author took care to develop these characters in a way that will allow her to introduce them as main characters in subsequent books (Riley for example). Alex was my favourite secondary character because I loved his quirkiness; his love of sandwiches (which got him into trouble), his embracing of the centuries-old warlock, Tannon (referring to him as buddy or my buddy), and his unflinching care and support for most of the characters in the novel. With the King Series, Alena Des has created an exciting fantasy series that will keep readers engaged for books to come.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Odessa Black

    Tannon is the highest, oldest, most powerful warlock in the world. Bound to duty and by a curse laid upon him by a family member, he's spent a millennia alone. He must only guard the entrance to the underworld and never have the love of a woman. When his loneliness got the best of him, in the years past, every woman he drew into his private world died, leaving him feeling even more alone than if he'd just holed himself up in his castle for eternity. In the 21st century, he's doing well to keep a Tannon is the highest, oldest, most powerful warlock in the world. Bound to duty and by a curse laid upon him by a family member, he's spent a millennia alone. He must only guard the entrance to the underworld and never have the love of a woman. When his loneliness got the best of him, in the years past, every woman he drew into his private world died, leaving him feeling even more alone than if he'd just holed himself up in his castle for eternity. In the 21st century, he's doing well to keep all female attention at bay until the frustrating, stubborn, beautiful witch, Alice, finds herself locked in a private sector of a government building healing the sick, because a virus created by the mastermind of the underworld, Lucifer, threatens to decimate mankind, Alice is one of the only healers left in the world, so Tannon takes it upon himself to protect her at all costs, but the lines of duty and devotion blur when he finds himself fighting for more than just her life. Lucifer wants her soul, something Tannon has unintentionally bound himself to. Tannon and Alice battle the underworld together, go up against the curse keeping Tannon a recluse, as they learn how to trust one another enough to save the world. This book wowed me! I loved the way the author drew out the tension between Tannon and Alice. I get frustrated when I read romances where there is no build-up toward the final culmination of the romance. This had me super-glued to my recliner as I read the whole book in one four-hour sitting. My eyes blurred by the end of the book, but not due to eye strain. I was so emotional by the time I reached the last pages of the author's beautiful work, I was amazed. It's not often I find myself so drawn to two characters. The book had the perfect amount of suspense, tension, and humor. The pacing kept me enthralled. Note: This book was even better than the prequel, which doesn't happen often.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Donadee's Corner

    The Warlock’s Nemesis by Alena Des Review 8/14/17 Where is the Virus coming from? Alice is running out of time! The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister turn as Tannon, The Warlock’s Nemesis by Alena Des Review 8/14/17 Where is the Virus coming from? Alice is running out of time! The world is devastated by a deadly virus which threatens humans' very existence. In an alliance with the humans, the witch coven sends Alice as a healer. With resources stretched thin, and with no information on the cause of the sickness, what Alice can do is limited. However, whoever is behind the creation of the virus has another target in mind. Things take a sinister turn as Tannon, the powerful warlock faces his greatest nemesis yet. Will the identity of his nemesis be his downfall? Take this journey as Alice and the warlock join hands to find the solution to the extinction of all species, and fight the enemy who is so far away, and yet so near at the same time. What did I like? I really enjoyed reading about characters that have been in other books and now that are the main ones. Tannon is such an awesome guy and with a heart as big as the world. I was really happy about him and Alice, even if it was rocky. What will you like? Like her other books, they are well written with detailed descriptions and a story line that is incredible. Her characters are beyond description and very developed. The story will take you on a journey that has so many twists and turns that you will shake your head that she came up with them. The involvement of many of the other characters from other books makes it feel like coming back to home. Syfi is not for everyone but if you are like me you will fall in love with this series. I can’t wait for new books to come out. I received this book from the publisher for an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Musing Over Books

    **I received this ARC from Inkitt in exchange for an honest review** The Warlock’s Nemesis’ plot is mysterious enough to grab the attention of the readers. Written in Alice’s, the young witch and main character, POV, the narrative tells us of the coven, its powers, and a glimpse of the underworld. Alice was a doctor until she became part of the coven. Her character is sympathetic and her gift of healing is manifested through her interactions with people. She’s also outspoken, and not easily intim **I received this ARC from Inkitt in exchange for an honest review** The Warlock’s Nemesis’ plot is mysterious enough to grab the attention of the readers. Written in Alice’s, the young witch and main character, POV, the narrative tells us of the coven, its powers, and a glimpse of the underworld. Alice was a doctor until she became part of the coven. Her character is sympathetic and her gift of healing is manifested through her interactions with people. She’s also outspoken, and not easily intimidated. While I enjoyed her quirks, I find her thoughts distracting, repetitive and unnecessary to move the story along. Her fascination towards Tannon makes me smile and cringe at the same time. Tannon’s, the warlock, character is a mystery waiting to unfold. Though the title of the book pertains to him, the story not only revolved around him. His somewhat callous and detached attitude gave him a bad boy persona and I can’t blame Alice if she finds herself attracted to him. He’s an old soul and a powerful one, yet, there are still a lot of things he didn’t know. His compassion towards Alice is endearing. The dialogues sound natural, but I expected Tannon to be more eloquent and deep since he’s already a thousand-year old warlock. The clues/elements needed to propel the story were presented in a way as to invoke the tension, thus, it keeps the reader hooked. Though scenes flowed smoothly, dragging them into several chapters seemed a bit too much. Though the premise of the story might not look fresh, the author wrote in an engaging and consistent way. Each chapter kept me wanting to look for answers to questions, like I was in a journey with Alice as well.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kysha

    Witches, Warlocks, Werewolves and Demons, yet not cliche I didn't think I was going to like this book at all, but I did. The combo of paranormal creatures could have been cliche but it wasn't. Ms.Des brought in elements that are not usually found in other paranormal stories, such as all magical creatures having mates not just werewolves. Alice thought she was human then found out she is a witch now she's something else. And of course just when she gets the guy of her dreams does her father decide Witches, Warlocks, Werewolves and Demons, yet not cliche I didn't think I was going to like this book at all, but I did. The combo of paranormal creatures could have been cliche but it wasn't. Ms.Des brought in elements that are not usually found in other paranormal stories, such as all magical creatures having mates not just werewolves. Alice thought she was human then found out she is a witch now she's something else. And of course just when she gets the guy of her dreams does her father decided to come get her. I felt so bad for her but the sexy times between her and Tannon were worth the rest. Tannon had stayed far away from others for so long that he refused Alice's advances. He thougth he was cursed to never love. His sister, Tessa, is evil, even though she is technically good. How could she do the things she did. I was pissed at her for most of the book. I didn't read the first book so I am sure I missed several key things, but the book read well as a standalone. I am confused about Riley and Alex, and hope to get more info in the third book. I was rooting for Alice and Tannon to get together and then to be mates. Everyone interfering really angered me. I mean can't two people just be in love. Lucifer and his sisters also confuse me. I'm thinking book 1 had more info about them. As far as the virus, I wasn't that impressed with who and why it go released. I'm sure Lucifer could have come up with a better plan, but it did work in his favor for awhile. I'm guessing he didn't count on love being able to destroy darkness or his son being so rebellious. Overall I liked this book because of the paranormal aspect and the love story. I look forward to book 3.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ella (The Story Collector)

    Alice is a healer, so when a deadly virus ravages the world, she is sent to help. Teamed with the powerful warlock, Tannon, Alice does what she can to save the human race. However, the power behind the virus has a different target in mind, and things take a serious turn for the worst for Alice, just when things seem to be looking up. The Warlock’s Nemesis is book #2 in ‘The Kings’ series, but I read it as a standalone (having not read book #1). The events of the previous book are mentioned a few Alice is a healer, so when a deadly virus ravages the world, she is sent to help. Teamed with the powerful warlock, Tannon, Alice does what she can to save the human race. However, the power behind the virus has a different target in mind, and things take a serious turn for the worst for Alice, just when things seem to be looking up. The Warlock’s Nemesis is book #2 in ‘The Kings’ series, but I read it as a standalone (having not read book #1). The events of the previous book are mentioned a few times, but it is absolutely not necessary to read book #1 first. The most notable thing about this book is the number of plot twists. It is genuinely impossible to predict which way the story is going to go, making it surprising and exciting. Some of the events were a little farfetched and unnecessary, but this is a paranormal fantasy story after all. Although I generally liked the characters and their relationships, I felt the relationship between Alice and Tannon was a bit forced. Alice kept going on about how much time they were spending together when – from the reader’s perspective – it had only been one or maybe two days. They were together for a maximum of a week and were suddenly utterly and completely in love. Also, once they were ‘together’, the way the spoke and behaved towards each other completely changed. It was quite jarring. I did like the way the relationship developed after that though, with the twists regarding Alice’s general temperament. Overall, The Warlock’s Nemesis is a fun and eventful story, but it is a little flawed and the writing style lacked refinement.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    I received this book from Inkitt for an honest review. Thank you!! This novel was an interesting read. There are several plot twists and it brings together magic, romance, and the world beyond Earth. The story is mainly told from Alice's point of view, but there are other views as well. Alice is a healer and a witch. She was also a doctor but time with her coven has taken her away from the profession. When humans start getting sick and ending up dead, Tannon, a powerful warlock, comes to Alice an I received this book from Inkitt for an honest review. Thank you!! This novel was an interesting read. There are several plot twists and it brings together magic, romance, and the world beyond Earth. The story is mainly told from Alice's point of view, but there are other views as well. Alice is a healer and a witch. She was also a doctor but time with her coven has taken her away from the profession. When humans start getting sick and ending up dead, Tannon, a powerful warlock, comes to Alice and claims she is infecting the humans. Alice tries to prove Tannon wrong, which leads to them working together to heal the virus from the infected humans. Alice is attracted to Tallon, but Tallon keeps pushing Alice away. He believes he is cursed and does not want a mate. However, there is more to the "curse" than meets the eye. Alice is not affected by the virus, but soon her healing abilities are not working. Tallon has to save her cousin Alex after he is infected. This brings them closer together, and their desire to be with each other despite knowing they have mates out there for them. When Alice is kidnapped and taken to the Underworld, she learns the truth about her heritage, which shocks her. A plan was set in motion a long time ago and Alice and Tallon are the key players. When Alice gives into the darkness, Tallon is the only one who can save her. But with his powers weakening, will he be able to save the woman he loves before the darkness consumes her completely? Will Alice and Tallon's love be able to survive the trials and challenges ahead of them?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ramona Plant

    The Warlock's Nemesis is a very well written book by Alena Des. This book takes a new spin on the devil, demons, witches and warlocks. The author came up with an intricate plot that kept you reading. There were some interesting twists hidden in this story, that kept the story lively and captivating. The pace of the book was perfect leaving me never bored nor did I ever feel rushed through the story. The author really found a great way integrating the different paranormal genres and made a nice c The Warlock's Nemesis is a very well written book by Alena Des. This book takes a new spin on the devil, demons, witches and warlocks. The author came up with an intricate plot that kept you reading. There were some interesting twists hidden in this story, that kept the story lively and captivating. The pace of the book was perfect leaving me never bored nor did I ever feel rushed through the story. The author really found a great way integrating the different paranormal genres and made a nice cohesive mix out of it that made for a very entertaining book. Alice sure didn't have it easy in this book. Always giving it her best, trying to do what is right just to really get the short end of the stick. It was great to see how she dealt with her struggles and what helped her with getting through it all. Tannon was the perfect match and was a great character in this story. Another character I really enjoyed was Riley who is still rather the mystery. Since this is a series I hope he gets more time on center stage in the future. It seems this book is a part of a series and I haven't read any of the others, but I can't say that I felt at any time that I was missing something and didn't know what I needed to know to understand what was happening, so that was great. Series books are great, but I don't like it when you absolutely have to read them all to understand what is going on. Voluntary review of Advance Reader Copy. I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kimmie

    What an amazing book! I absolutely love this book. It was even better than the first. The series is absolutely breathtaking. Extremely well-written and thoughtful. I cannot wait to read the next book. This is your second book which is about the great wizard Tannon and the witch Alice. Alice's love him for such a long time but he does not believe he is her mate. Unfortunately her father has been hiding Alice's true self from everyone. When an Evil Outbreak of a virus threatens the world Alice is c What an amazing book! I absolutely love this book. It was even better than the first. The series is absolutely breathtaking. Extremely well-written and thoughtful. I cannot wait to read the next book. This is your second book which is about the great wizard Tannon and the witch Alice. Alice's love him for such a long time but he does not believe he is her mate. Unfortunately her father has been hiding Alice's true self from everyone. When an Evil Outbreak of a virus threatens the world Alice is called in to help cure as she's the Healer. Unfortunately the more people she here's the more of the virus she draws within herself. Eventually having the wrong effect and she ends up almost killing her cousin and the love of her life. When her father has her kidnapped it says things into motion unfortunately there are people out there trying to kill Alice. Tessa may even be one of them. There is a trial set before Alice and Tannon let's hope they pass. I know what happens, but if you want to know what happens you're going to have to read the book. I am so ready for the next book which is Riley's book maybe we can figure out finally who the heck he is. Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do; they value your opinions too

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hilary (SongsWroteMyStory)

    I received a copy of this book through Inkitt Exclusive in exchange for an honest review. DNF @ 50% This book started out so well! The writing wasn't fantastic, but it wasn't terrible either, and the premise was so cool. Witches and warlock's having to figure out how to cure a disease that's killing off humans like wildfire? Awesome. And when the book started out, that was what was happening, and I was so intrigued.  But quickly, this book just became yet another romance story, and dealing with the I received a copy of this book through Inkitt Exclusive in exchange for an honest review. DNF @ 50% This book started out so well! The writing wasn't fantastic, but it wasn't terrible either, and the premise was so cool. Witches and warlock's having to figure out how to cure a disease that's killing off humans like wildfire? Awesome. And when the book started out, that was what was happening, and I was so intrigued.  But quickly, this book just became yet another romance story, and dealing with the disease fell to the wayside. The love story was set up early on, so I was expecting it to be a thing, but why did this become more important than the disease? I wanna know why everyone is dying, not who Alice's mate is.  What made it even harder to get through was how undeveloped the characters were. Alice felt very Mary-Sue-like, and Tannon was so one-dimensional. I couldn't bring myself to care about them, even as they got damaged in fights or starting losing things they loved. At one point, I actually started cheering for that. So I ended up deciding to quit this one. If you're big into romance stories, you'll likely really enjoy it, because it's definitely catered for that sort of taste. But it's not my thing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Trisha Smith

    I have had the opportunity to read previous books by this author, having read Mated to the Werewolf King which I found enjoyable, though the version I was reading (and advanced copy) did still have some editing to do before final release and distracted me from truly reading for the story itself. But I enjoyed the book and wanted to continue the story, so picked up this copy when it was available. Story wise, as with the first book, it was well done. The plot was interesting and captured my atten I have had the opportunity to read previous books by this author, having read Mated to the Werewolf King which I found enjoyable, though the version I was reading (and advanced copy) did still have some editing to do before final release and distracted me from truly reading for the story itself. But I enjoyed the book and wanted to continue the story, so picked up this copy when it was available. Story wise, as with the first book, it was well done. The plot was interesting and captured my attention early. It was not overly predictable, with the same twists and turns in teh first book that I did not see coming suprprising me again in this book with new twists and turns. It, too, offers great appeal to readers - romance and some sex, intrigue, thrill, suspense, humor... The characters were well developed, and the plot played out well without things that left me wondering what was missing. Overall, I enjoyed the book and feel the author has talent for storytelling. I look forward to what she has to offer in the future! And I am glad to see the grammatical and other issues from the first book I read did not get repeated in this one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

    Visually appealing and entertaining from start to end. I loved that the writing was so visual. So many scenes and characters had me creating these fantastic images and imagining the contrasts of hair and eye color or viruses spinning and curling around each other. It was a joy to read a book so visually involved. The writing and actual storyline were also enjoyable. I did not see quite a few of the twists that came my way. I thought I had once but nope I was thrown. I did have a few times where I Visually appealing and entertaining from start to end. I loved that the writing was so visual. So many scenes and characters had me creating these fantastic images and imagining the contrasts of hair and eye color or viruses spinning and curling around each other. It was a joy to read a book so visually involved. The writing and actual storyline were also enjoyable. I did not see quite a few of the twists that came my way. I thought I had once but nope I was thrown. I did have a few times where I was confused or unsure of somethings such as Riley and his location..was it the voice that could hear but not be heard after a bit? I also was unsure of the role or hierarchy of the coven versus the goddesses at some points. However, even with these areas that threw me a bit I liked this storyline and the writing. The characters were fantastic and left me wanting more info on Alex and Shea and well everyone haha. I recommend this book for those that like romance, paranormal, action and twists in their plots!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Teralyn Mitchell

    This was an okay read. I liked Alice, Tannon, Alex, and even Riley. Riley made me chuckle at times. I liked the magical aspect of the story as well and the idea of everyone having a mate was nice as well. The story was well written and descriptive. Saying all that, the story was still hard to get through because it was confusing and all over the place. It took too long before the reader knew what was going on and the romance between Alice and Tannon was also slow and just not the best. The way A This was an okay read. I liked Alice, Tannon, Alex, and even Riley. Riley made me chuckle at times. I liked the magical aspect of the story as well and the idea of everyone having a mate was nice as well. The story was well written and descriptive. Saying all that, the story was still hard to get through because it was confusing and all over the place. It took too long before the reader knew what was going on and the romance between Alice and Tannon was also slow and just not the best. The way Alice handled her cousin's girlfriend just throwing up randomly and, her cousin as well, was a little nonchalant. It seems like they would have been more concerned. I just wanted the book to move faster and not keep the reader in suspense for so long about what was going on with this disease. Tessa was annoying as well. I did like finding out why Tannon was so cold with Alice and pushed her away when it was clear he had feelings for her. I did like how the story ended.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Leah Ford

    I received this in exchange for an honest review Not for me....... and judging by the other reviews it seems i am the odd one out here. I enjoyed how it started and the premise of the story with witches and warlocks, it was just what i fancied reading about. A strange virus killing both humans and non-humans, a fight against time and the obvious love interest. Whats not to love?!? It was just to wordy and not enough story-line, by that, i mean i don't need to know how to make an omelet and how tas I received this in exchange for an honest review Not for me....... and judging by the other reviews it seems i am the odd one out here. I enjoyed how it started and the premise of the story with witches and warlocks, it was just what i fancied reading about. A strange virus killing both humans and non-humans, a fight against time and the obvious love interest. Whats not to love?!? It was just to wordy and not enough story-line, by that, i mean i don't need to know how to make an omelet and how tasty it was or any of the other meals that were made. I want the story to unfold and keep me riveted and nothing like this happened for me in this book. Even the love interest was boring. I just could not relate to the characters either, in fact i found myself skimming page after page and was still able to follow the story. Not a book i would recommend if you are looking for a good ol' fantasy story.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sherrie Hansen

    I loved the characters, the suspense, and the plot twists in The Warlock's Nemesis. Alice's transformation from a sweet healer to the very angry Angel of Death was amazing while Tannon's regal bearing and consistent sensitivity, with or without his powers, made him the perfect hero. I liked seeing Belle and Keith again, and the way their children figured into the softening and redeeming of Alice in her dark moment was beautiful and very touching. Tessa, Shea and Lucifer were aggravating and prop I loved the characters, the suspense, and the plot twists in The Warlock's Nemesis. Alice's transformation from a sweet healer to the very angry Angel of Death was amazing while Tannon's regal bearing and consistent sensitivity, with or without his powers, made him the perfect hero. I liked seeing Belle and Keith again, and the way their children figured into the softening and redeeming of Alice in her dark moment was beautiful and very touching. Tessa, Shea and Lucifer were aggravating and propelled the plot in unexpected directions. There was the perfect amount of romance in exactly the right places, and the ending was very satisfying. New characters Alex and Riley were fun and likeable. Little touches like the cooking scenes made the characters seem real and loveable. If you love good vs. evil battles, complex stories with lots of twists and turns, quirky personalities, and scenes so riveting you can't bear to stop reading for a second, you'll adore The Warlock's Nemesis.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Arec Rain

    After reading Mated to the Werewolf King, I was leery about reading the Warlock's Nemesis. I was pleasantly surprised and found myself enjoying this story much more. Not only did I enjoy the characters, but I found myself more engrossed in the story line than the previous novel. The writing style is still the same, but this time, I was so caught up in the experience that it didn't bother me as much. I didn't feel like I had to drudge through every word. Honestly, my only complaint is that I was After reading Mated to the Werewolf King, I was leery about reading the Warlock's Nemesis. I was pleasantly surprised and found myself enjoying this story much more. Not only did I enjoy the characters, but I found myself more engrossed in the story line than the previous novel. The writing style is still the same, but this time, I was so caught up in the experience that it didn't bother me as much. I didn't feel like I had to drudge through every word. Honestly, my only complaint is that I was there had been more heat between the leads. For some, it may have been enough, but I felt they had so much potential to be a raging inferno between them. I guess I was hoping for something more explosive...and explicit. Overall, The Warlock's Nemesis was definitely more enjoyable than the previous novel for multiple reasons. I can't wait to continue the series now.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Mitchell

    In The Warlock’s Nemesis, a fantasy novel, we follow young Alice through a series of unexpected and truly remarkable events. The novel begins with a mysterious conversation, followed by a virus which spreads through the human population like wildfire. It’s a good thing there are witches and warlocks to heal them…for now. As a healer herself, Alice is an invaluable asset when it comes to tackling the virus head on. I found her progressing relationship with 1,100 year old warlock Tannon to be sweet In The Warlock’s Nemesis, a fantasy novel, we follow young Alice through a series of unexpected and truly remarkable events. The novel begins with a mysterious conversation, followed by a virus which spreads through the human population like wildfire. It’s a good thing there are witches and warlocks to heal them…for now. As a healer herself, Alice is an invaluable asset when it comes to tackling the virus head on. I found her progressing relationship with 1,100 year old warlock Tannon to be sweet, yet sensual- a true love affair. Their story moves swiftly, promising demons, magic, and much more. There is a beautiful contrast between light and darkness as a war wages between the leaders of each driving force. I was shocked to learn of Alice’s true nature (no spoilers, don’t fret) and found her to be a most admirable heroine. The goodness that lies within her heart knows no bounds. Besides Alice, I had two other favourite characters, Riley and Tannon. Riley’s dark sense of humour and mischievous personality always brought a smile to my face. I found him to be an intense character that charmed his way through all situations. As for Tannon, his magical ability intrigued me from the start, but so too did his natural habits, e.g. his talking extensively to himself. This happens to be a natural habit of both myself and my partner so I find it easy to relate to his character. Talking to oneself often helps to get unwanted thoughts out of your head, allowing you to seek your own counsel, as it were. I loved every moment of this book and could not put it down. I would recommend it to fantasy and supernatural lovers alike as it was a genuine delight to read. My rating for this novel is 5 stars.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Liesl

    I received a copy of this book from Inkitt in exchange for an honest review. I read this book without reading the first in the series - Mated To The Werewolf King. I enjoyed the plot line of the story and Alice was a great character and the plot twist regarding her character was something I did not expect, which is often rare in Fantasy books. I loved the magic and romance and how it was brought together along with intrigue, thrill, suspense, humor. I wasn't too fond of the switching character POV I received a copy of this book from Inkitt in exchange for an honest review. I read this book without reading the first in the series - Mated To The Werewolf King. I enjoyed the plot line of the story and Alice was a great character and the plot twist regarding her character was something I did not expect, which is often rare in Fantasy books. I loved the magic and romance and how it was brought together along with intrigue, thrill, suspense, humor. I wasn't too fond of the switching character POV's though and the book was maybe a tad longer than it should have been, but this was a great read. I really like the cover. I always like when the cover doesn't feature a face for some reason. The colours really add to the cover as well.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lucretia

    After reading Mated to the Werewolf King, I knew I would be reading the rest of the Kings series. I’m a huge fan of anything with witches, and I also have a soft spot for shifters. In this part, we get to see new characters and learn more about characters who were in the first part. Alice and Tannon have a great romance and are a lot of fun to read. I enjoyed Alice in the first part, so I was very excited to get to know her better. In this book, there is magic and romance, my favorite mix, and som After reading Mated to the Werewolf King, I knew I would be reading the rest of the Kings series. I’m a huge fan of anything with witches, and I also have a soft spot for shifters. In this part, we get to see new characters and learn more about characters who were in the first part. Alice and Tannon have a great romance and are a lot of fun to read. I enjoyed Alice in the first part, so I was very excited to get to know her better. In this book, there is magic and romance, my favorite mix, and some twists I didn’t see coming. The cause and the reasoning or the illness was really clever. I love the plot, and thought it had a lot of unique ideas. It was fast paced and kept me reading well into the night. I look forward to reading the next part.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Joetta Spurling

    I'm an independent reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock. This book 2 in what is in my opinion a great series. We met Alice and Tannon in book one ( mated to the werewolf King / also 5*) now they have their own book. Alice is a witch, she is able to touch someone and is able to feel what is wrong with them. When she finds out that people are dieing, from the flu, she has to find out what is going on. When Tannon shows up to help her, she doesn't know how much work she can achieve with him around I'm an independent reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock. This book 2 in what is in my opinion a great series. We met Alice and Tannon in book one ( mated to the werewolf King / also 5*) now they have their own book. Alice is a witch, she is able to touch someone and is able to feel what is wrong with them. When she finds out that people are dieing, from the flu, she has to find out what is going on. When Tannon shows up to help her, she doesn't know how much work she can achieve with him around. I loved this book just as I did book one. Great characters, great plot, great page count. I would recommend that you read book one. But if for some reason you don't, I think a reader would still be able to understand the book. Also this is available in a box set books 1-3.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Heather Ramsay

    Adventure? Check. Magic? Check. Epic battle of good vs evil? Check-check! This story had my imagination running wild. I really loved the relationship between Alice and Tannon. Every time I thought a HEA was in their future-BAM-twist! I have to give a special mention to Riley. He was my favorite character, and offered some great comic relief when things started getting tense. I’m happy to see he has his own story. I need to know more about him. The reason I gave this book only four stars is because Adventure? Check. Magic? Check. Epic battle of good vs evil? Check-check! This story had my imagination running wild. I really loved the relationship between Alice and Tannon. Every time I thought a HEA was in their future-BAM-twist! I have to give a special mention to Riley. He was my favorite character, and offered some great comic relief when things started getting tense. I’m happy to see he has his own story. I need to know more about him. The reason I gave this book only four stars is because it needs a professional editor. All the little grammar and word choice mistakes were like huge speed-bumps and stopped me from fully enjoying the story, which is a shame, because it’s a good read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Grffith

    A thrilling and harrowing tale I thoroughly enjoyed this one! The Kings series still lives up to my expectations with a great story that has plenty of suspense, action, drama and several surprising twists that will catch you off guard as you follow Alice the healer witch and Tannon the ancient Warlock story. They both are tasked to figure out how a deadly virus is killing people and for some reason, the victims have a dream with Alice in it, and also demons are hunting for the witch, like she did A thrilling and harrowing tale I thoroughly enjoyed this one! The Kings series still lives up to my expectations with a great story that has plenty of suspense, action, drama and several surprising twists that will catch you off guard as you follow Alice the healer witch and Tannon the ancient Warlock story. They both are tasked to figure out how a deadly virus is killing people and for some reason, the victims have a dream with Alice in it, and also demons are hunting for the witch, like she didn't have enough on her plate! Will she be able to break down the ancient Warlock's cold walls and become his mate? Get a copy and discover the truth of it all. No spoilers but I highly recommend this one!

  28. 4 out of 5

    JACINTA

    The Warlock Nemesis I found was a little bit long and dragged in some bits. I enjoyed the novel but I did find to be a little immature and the main characters could be a tad annoying. This story follows through from "Mated to the Werewolf King" and explains a different side and I love how Alena has written that into the novel. Overall I enjoyed the story and cannot wait to read the third installment. You received this ARC provided by the author/ publisher in exchange for an unbiased opinion. No ty The Warlock Nemesis I found was a little bit long and dragged in some bits. I enjoyed the novel but I did find to be a little immature and the main characters could be a tad annoying. This story follows through from "Mated to the Werewolf King" and explains a different side and I love how Alena has written that into the novel. Overall I enjoyed the story and cannot wait to read the third installment. You received this ARC provided by the author/ publisher in exchange for an unbiased opinion. No type of compensation was made. There is no relationship/affiliation between the reviewer and the author/publisher.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    For me this book seemed to suffer from me having not read the first book. There were so many characters and things happening in this book so fast that my head was spinning. I could barely keep any of the characters straight before another one would pop up with no introduction. I like the fast pace of the story but it seemed to be choppy. There was no ground on where to set my feet. I had trouble grasping what was really happening in the story. Little explanation. I got frustrated to the point th For me this book seemed to suffer from me having not read the first book. There were so many characters and things happening in this book so fast that my head was spinning. I could barely keep any of the characters straight before another one would pop up with no introduction. I like the fast pace of the story but it seemed to be choppy. There was no ground on where to set my feet. I had trouble grasping what was really happening in the story. Little explanation. I got frustrated to the point that a third of the way into this book and I actually could not finish it. If I had more explanation without assumption I might have actually stuck with this book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jim Horn

    Neither bewitched not Hogwarts, it's more intense. There's heat. There's also some serious witchcraft. Black arts. If you think you can predict this action, think again. This isn't bible, it's a very creepy hybrid medieval mythology. Darker than Narnia, yet carries a message of light versus darkness. This is a flaming (rather than steaming) hot romance you're not likely to forget. Before you start reading, you'd best cast a "Do-Not-Disturb" spell, and have a fire extinguisher ready. You've been Neither bewitched not Hogwarts, it's more intense. There's heat. There's also some serious witchcraft. Black arts. If you think you can predict this action, think again. This isn't bible, it's a very creepy hybrid medieval mythology. Darker than Narnia, yet carries a message of light versus darkness. This is a flaming (rather than steaming) hot romance you're not likely to forget. Before you start reading, you'd best cast a "Do-Not-Disturb" spell, and have a fire extinguisher ready. You've been warned. Being a child of the light, this was new territory for me. I enthusiastically give it five BIG stars for the quality of writing, strength of imagery and creativity.

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