Threshold by Jordan L. Hawk

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5stars

I spoke thirteen languages, and yet all my words deserted me in these moments.

Title: Threshold
Author: Jordan L. Hawk
Good things about this book: Whyborne & Griffin OTP!
Bad things about this book: It has the dreaded ex who messes things up.
Do I recommend it? Yes, this and all the others as well even if I haven’t read them yet.
Rate: 5/5

Read the summary and add this book on Goodreads: here

My new OTP, Whyborne and Griffin, are happy, living together with a cat and being all lovey dovey whenever they find themselves alone. It’s still a new relationship but it feels right, it feels that it’s the one they both were waiting for. What do you think happens when you are happier than you’ve ever been? Yeah, bad things happen. Every single time.

After being hired by Whyborne’s father, Griffin, Whyborne and Christine left the comfort of Widdershins to investigate strange disappearances in Threshold. Who did they find in Threshold if not the ex-lover of our dear Griffin? What a coincidence, a hateful and bothering coincidence, that’s what it is! I knew things were obviously too good to stay that way but a girl can only hope.

They would not take me without a fight, even if a pitiful one.

In Threshold things are worse than initially imagined and it seems hard to trust anyone. I sure didn’t trust Elliott, the infamous ex, and I didn’t trust anything he said. He was a hateful character and he was put there to mess with Griffin and Whyborne’s mind. Why would you disrupt what they have? Why? No matter how handsome and perfect you are, there’s only one person for Griffin and that’s Whyborne.

“My dearest pudding pie,” I read aloud.
“Yes, my little turnip?”

The mysteries of Threshold surprised me. I wasn’t expecting any of that. It was weirder than the mystery in the first book. I guessed a couple of things but some other things caught me off guard. I love being caught off guard when things don’t concern the wellbeing of my favourite characters. That’s the exception. You can twist the story in all the ways you want but don’t mess with my boys’ happiness. That’s where I draw the line.

I can’t wait to keep reading about Griffin, Whyborne and Christine’s adventures. There are still so many books left and a few more to come!

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