Emergence (The Chosen, #), Middle Ground (The Chosen, #), Homecoming (The Chosen, #), Chosen (The Chosen, #1), Hunted (The Chosen, #2). The Chosen is an urban fantasy book series by author D.G. Swank (Denise Grover Swank). Books include Chosen, Hunted, Sacrifice, Redemption, Emergence. Mar 4, I’ve been asked a lot of questions in emails and comments on my blog about Chosen and Hunted and the series overall. I thought it might be.
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Emma has had a rough few years, hiding out from the bad men who seem to wan Originally posted at: I found myself hoping to get to a place where I would understand why he had them, how he got them, what it meant, etc.
Sep 13, Trisha Leigh rated it it was amazing. No trivia or quizzes yet. Thankfully, Jake has an early warning system, but it’s starting to get a bit defective: There was nothing slightly redeemable about any of the characters.
Will protects Emma and Jake on a cross-country chase from the men pursuing them, while struggling with memories from his past, his apprehension of Jake, and his growing attraction to Emma.
Will needs to sort himself out, and seems to do so on their insanely dangerous trip across the midwest.
And they’re too late — the bad guys are already there. Nov 03, Emmy rated it it was ok Shelves: The first thing I did upon finishing this book was go out and buy the next two in the series. He struggles with the right thing to do and the job he was hired for. And even though she’s learned to trust her son, it doesn’t mean she trusts Will. And even now, as I’m writing this review, I can’t tell you what the hell this book was about.
Instinct tells him this job is trouble, but nothing can prepare him for Jake’s proclamation that Will is The Chosen One, who must protect Emma from the men hunting her power.
Jan 08, Ibrium rated it liked it Shelves: Primarily for the need to sate the overwhelming urge to have a mild understanding of what it’s about. Will was a good match for this heroine and the growing romantic interest between the characters was well done.
The Chosen Series
This would all be followed by Will winking, grinning, or smirking at her. But it’s also frustrating; having to spend a day or two to read a novel, and not having gfover full understanding of what you’ve read. While there is a definite supernatural element it just simmers in the background adding another brilliant layer to the story.
And then I turned the page.
Every character was deeply layerd and as grkver turn the pages you peeled a layer off these ‘onions’, so to speak. View all 5 comments. While the story itself is alright I just really didn’t care for the characters that much.
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Chosen (The Chosen, #1) by Denise Grover Swank
In the end, only the consequences matter. My second DGS book turned out to be a pleasant and an odd experience. Added by 1 of our members. When I started to read Chosen, the first line grabbed my attention. I’m clearly not in the majority with my opinion about this book.
She and Jake, her five year old son who can see the future, are running from the men intent on taking him. Things begin to change and Emma worries about Jake. If they are true, they represent a complete lack of control on the part of the hero. Emma has had a rough few years, hiding out from the bad men who seem to want her son.
Also, I have a thing about “fated” romances and once that kicked in, groger interest waned significantly. Feb 19, April Mallison rated it it was amazing. Without losing the reader’s interest, the author has created characters that are deep and so life-like, all of whom you cannot help but like and cheer for; characters which pull you in and keep you wanting more.
Jake insists she needs Will, but Emma’s never needed help before. This was a refreshing surprise of a well written, mystifying story line. The book had great potential, but it really did not pan out for me.
The author calls it urban fantasy, but it really isn’t I looked up the definition of Awank I don’t read history. It does not hinder the story or pull you out of it, which meets denisse idea of good writing.
It pulled me right in and I was hooked. She and Jake, her five year old son who can see the future, are running from the men intent on taking him.
All he knew was the indomitable urge to protect Emma regardless of what he’d face when he failed to bring her to the people who wanted her. Rgover read the first few chapters and decide for yourself. That doesn’t mean, however, that I wasted my time reading this book.