Shocked at Danial’s betrayal, Sarelle returns to her old home to consider her options. Yet even as Sar plans a reconciliation with Danial, Terian arrives, confessing his desire. When Theo witnesses Terian and Sar kiss, he angrily confronts Sar, leading to startling consequences. Will Sar’s heart choose Danial, Terian,…or Theo?
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I had my suspicions about Theo in book one but I didn’t see how any of it could play out. Danial seems like an okay guy.. at times… but he likes to lie by omission. A lot.
Terian is in his book as well. I like him and was happy to see him. He may literally behalf evil but he still seems like a good guy. I hope he really can be trusted as the series progresses.
Devlin is still a big fat doody head. Me no likey.
Sarelle deals with a lot if this book. I don’t fault her at all for her reactions to a certain major situation. A situation that really had me questioning Danial.
I am definitely seeing this series through to the end. Lucky me not having to wait for the next book with the series already having eight books out. I am always hesitant to start a well established series but I have to admit that perk is pretty great. *happy dance*
I do recommend this series to paranormal fans. It has a good story line that is its own. It can’t be compared to other paranormal books I have read. It isn’t just all Vampires or all Shifters. We get a good mix of non-humans in this series.
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