Also, Trez better be kissing the ground Lassiter is walking on. And finally, after what feels like one-hundred- years, the Scribe Virgin we are finally blessed with the long awaited story that belongs to Xcor and Layla. If he wasn't the love of my life, my sun and stars, my favorite character in the universe I'd be hating his guts, considering all this I still want to kick his one ball, have Rhage and Butch hand him his ass and put him in therapy. I wanted to throat punch Qhuinn almost the whole read! This vast reference is an alphabetical tour of the psychosexual, macabre world of the soul-sucking undead. Now I'm a total spoiler whore so the first thing I did was stalk Goodreads and read every detailed review I could find.
Blay, on the other hand, had the nurturing and loving that was necessary to shape him into a decent human being vampire. Wrath shuts down Xcor's execution. Ward did the most with him. But Rhage found his eternal love in Mary Luce, a woman who once bore a life-threatening curse, while dreaming of eternity with her vampire warrior and protector. I thought I recoiled when Rhage called Ruhn son. I support it as part of the story.
For Rhage—the Brother with the biggest appetites, but also the biggest heart—life was supposed to be perfect. Dark fantasy lovers, you just got served. In that book it was clear to me then, at least where part of his story was going to land. The hatred between Tohr and Xcor is and always has been real. But the resolution was super-rushed and way too easy. Thank God there are enough rooms.
Ward, has developed a truly enthralling plot filled with dynamic characters that will keep readers of all different types turning pages and sitting on the edge of their seats for hours on end. Layla just basically waits in the whole book. Layla finally quits dancing around her feelings in front of the brothers and you'd think that she'd have to fight hard to get epic alone time maybe sex in a forbidden place while on the run. And really, did you have to throw Qhinn under the bus like that? I honestly wish Blay had taken those kids as his own legally. We couldn't have had this happen S-L-O-W-L-Y over the course of a few books? But how he went off? The Chosen Layla was what had changed everything for him, recasting the Brotherhood from target to tolerable, from enemy to co—existable tenant in the world. Some important news: - Lash will eventually come back.
Free Chapter 1 excerpt, if you have joined J. And I never once claimed her body—nor shall I. It talks about their negative feelings, their remorse about what Layla had done. May I get you a libation? Overall, I found the book very uneven. It kind of reminds me Qhuinn being locked up in the Cave in this book. He can also see the future and knows of perilous coming events. Therefore, Jessica Bird, or J.
The things Xcor would say to Layla would melt my heart. I thought it was beautiful, heartbreaking and real what they were dealing with. Loved the comment, and yes. Prisoner of Night by J. This just screams course correction, scrambling to fix a mistake.
When is the next book coming? He is one of the most popular characters in the series due to his interesting personality traits, which are all caused by Beast. Because Layla in fact knew what she wants and needs for a few books now. The Leader of the race shows just why he is such, and I loved him, and Beth. How is it even possible for me to have to 1 star a book in one of my most-beloved series of all time? Either Therese is a Selena look alike or Selena reincarnated. Qhuinn and Blay, Vishous, Wrath, Thor, Lassiter, iAm and Trez.
It had some really satisfying moments. I had no idea how many different authors and series there were or where to even begin. I had no issues following the story. A graduate of Smith College, she was a double major in History and Art History with a medieval concentration in both and she still longs at times for a return to those days sitting in dark lecture halls, looking at slides of old triptychs and reliquaries. They had many seemingly insurmountable obstacles, but they overcame them.
That female was dangerous to him. Assail was making me sad in this book. Well, all I want to say about this book might be confusing as myself right now. Her blond hair waved down over her shoulders and trailed off at her hips on a gentle breeze, and her eyes were the color of jade, her smile a benediction he had done naught to deserve. He is truly king for a reason, and I loved him so much in this book! Now they don't know if he will pull out. Tohr was also disgusting in this book. .