Changing Paths by Flynn Eire

25453392Title: Changing Paths
Series: Hounds of Hell, #10
Author: Flynn Eire
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novella (144 Pages)
Publisher: Supernatural Script, Inc. (April 28th 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Landan Almeric is forgotten by everyone at the estate besides his grandmother, forced to languish in the pits of landscaping hell. Though originally left with mess to make order of, Landan actually enjoys turning the shed into his private workshop and building what’s needed… That’s the part he’s good at after all. It’s the damn mowing he hates.

Taylor Sethos joined the blessed knives project, but has too many other responsibilities to be the Malfinn Lundberg’s blacksmith apprentice. Besides, the guy already has someone in mind. Taylor just has to go pick him up for the interview—while keeping his hands to himself because Landan is tempting enough to break the “no touching the virgins” rule for.

After one hot night, Taylor’s morality blows everything they might have had and crushes Landan. But fate is too cruel to let that be the end of it. Will the paths their changing lives are moving towards pull them further apart or can they come back together with the help of interfering friends?


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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Hounds of Hell collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.

I came across Flynn’s books when she was writing under another name. They always intrigued me and kept me fascinated. So when she started using Flynn, I knew of course I had to investigate them. I was not surprised to find that they are still as entertaining as ever. Although they are a bit different.

Landan has always felt that he was the type that others did not remember nor did they ever love him. His parents had definitely not loved him and had sold his soul to hell for riches. He had taken the job of landscaping even though he hated mowing the yard. So when Taylor came out to tell him about another job, he at first apprehensive but then he jumped at it. He was attracted and it would seem that Taylor was too.

The hounds of hell had a rule, never to touch a saved soul unless they were their mate. However Landan was an adult and wanted it to happen. It did not go the way he thought it would. Taylor screwed the hell up and now Landan hated him.

You know what they say about hate, it is the turn off to love. Which meant Landan loved Taylor. When Taylor showed up drunk to apologise, it was then that Taylor got the mate sent. Landan was his mate, and he was so screwed. He knew he messed up big time, and now he had to fix it all up.

Saved souls are those that their parents sold their souls before they were born. Hounds of Hell work for hell, but they have changed sides to help the souls. It is their job to keep everyone safe, but they sure do make things spicy. Hot tempered and even hotter passion is pretty much what they have. I love how this series is not the instantly meet and fall in love. However they are keeping in the same pattern for each book. I was hoping for a bit more action and danger in them though.

I can’t wait to read the next story. When Flynn puts out a book I am usually there to eat them up. Trust me it will keep you laughing, crying, loving and having fun.

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through *

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