This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Jack and Sean have settled in Mexico, having survived the aliens who hunted them they still keep their heads down as much as they can. When Jack starts to have dreams about his 'son' Nicky and Sean admits to dreams of his 'son' David the suspicions that they aren't safe begin to mount but seeing a US Marshall with a daughter who looks just like their sons have them ready to flee.
Well, we are again brought into the spear of aliens infiltrating the world, with children used to bring the adults to their knees and a desperate fight for survival. Jack and Sean have come a long way from Haywire, building a new life far from those that hunt them, but with the dreams coming they begin to realize that those that want them haven't given up their hunt. But, before they can move on again their nightmares come knocking. Sean and Jack get separated and have to find their way back to each other, but things become complicated when Sean remembers what the numbers mean and he becomes one of Earths last chances of survival.
I thought Haywire was trippy with the confusion of what was and what wasn't real and we are again treated to the doubts as Sean and Jack take control and fight not only the aliens but their memories as well. Sean comes to the fore in this story as his past is fully remembered and the aliens are desperately trying to reclaim both Jack and Sean. The flickers in time as the scenes change are jolting and you again begin to wonder what is real and what is dreams and wishful hopes, you can clearly see how both men still love their sons and wish it had all been real and you can only admire them as they refuse to give in and accept the blissful false by clinging to the nightmare truth. Sean's secrets that he forgot really bring this story to life as we realize that the aliens have nearly conquered large parts of Earth, and the secrets that were locked in Sean's mind could bring liberation for all.
I recommend this to those who love science fiction, secret alien invasions, a love that overcomes mind control, a great twist and a wonderful sweet ending. (less)
Rhys lives in underground Winderport with his gang Fury, they all know that there is a world above them that they have heard stories about but never do they ever expect to leave the underground. When one of his gang, Joey, is murdered Rhys is on the trail of the killer all the way up to above Winderport, where the killer has a meeting with a mysterious man. But Rhys has an accident and forgets everything, all he has to go on is a flash of memory of fat fingers and some pictures of a sexy man. When he meets Kullian he can't fight the attraction but he has to regain his memories as he knows there is something important he has to do.
This is a great story set some time in the future where the underground tunnels has it's own civilization and the above world is run by powerful men. Rhys is the leader of his gang, a small group of guys who are like family, but now one of their own has been murdered and Rhys is determined to make the killer pay. Kullian is a Fey Baron, a self made powerful man, and somebody has stolen something that should never fall into anyone's hands and he wants it back. The two men cross paths and their worlds collide but can their attraction really breach the divide of above and underground Winderport?
Rhys and Kullian are both great characters who come together by chance, Rhys is looking for the murderer of his friend and Kullian wants back what was stolen. Their paths cross and their reaction to each other is instant, but Rhys' memory loss is hampering him and after an amazing night with Kullian he attempts to go on the hunt again. While the story is playing out above ground, we also see what is happening underground with Rhys' gang and their desperation to find Rhys but they also have to deal with a rival gang boss who has a grudge against Rhys. The gang characters Teneff, Pylei, Nerin, Westvil and Guneal are wonderfully written and add a lot to the story, enriching the storyline and helping to connect the threads together.
I recommend this to those who love futuristic stories, great characters, a well woven plot, a great storyline with danger, twists and tense situations, a fast developing relationship, hot sex and a great ending. (less)
Jack is living a nightmare, his husband (Dex) and son (Nicky) have returned from an amusement ride but they are not his husband and son… but soon he begins to question his sanity as the evidence mounts up that they are in fact Dex and Nicky. Why has this happened to him? Where are the real Dex and Nicky? And why is he so attracted to the new Dex?
Okay, so yeah… I mean wow, but damn this is a book that raised the hair on my neck. Jack falls into a situation that nobody could ever dream of, two complete strangers declare that they are his husband and son and the real ones are nowhere to be found. What is even worse is Jack’s mom and dad are convinced they are Dex and Nicky, and then there are all the photos, just how did they manage to do that? Is Jack losing his mind or is there really something more sinister going on?
Okay now this is a difficult review to write because I really don’t want to give anything away, but other than what I have wrote above anything else would give you hints and clues, and well, I think you should go in blind and get the full experience of confusion, doubts and fear as Jack experiences it. I am not even going to cover the second half of the book because that’s where everything becomes clear. Dex and Nicky have been replaced, but have they? You actually begin to think that Jack has lost it, but inconsistencies crop up but then there is Jack’s parents to consider and you think why would they do that to their son? They wouldn’t… or would they?
This story bounces you back and forth between thinking Jack’s lost his mind, and there is a conspiracy going on, it keeps you unstable for some time before it begins to unravel its secrets for you, and honey they are whoppers. The situation between Jack and the ‘new’ Dex is interesting, Jack is certain ‘Dex’ isn’t his husband but can’t fight his reaction to him so there are hot sex scenes between them, but Jack really doesn’t trust ‘Dex’ and finds it hard to interact with the new ‘Nicky’.
So I recommend this book if you like science fiction, government secrets, running for your lives, dodging… (Read the book!), a surprise that will shock (I never saw it coming *the first bit I suspected, the second bit nuh-uh*) and hot sex, with mystery, confusion and a kinda happy ending for two broken men. (less)
Young Pim was sold into slavery at birth since then he has been trained to withstand pain and torture for the future use of his owner, it is a life that all the boys at Buttertub are facing. Young Pim follows a rat one day and finds a secret door to the outside, fleeing from his future he finds himself falling into the hands of the Goblins. Living with the Goblins Young Pim learns the meaning of family, love and glimmering hope, but his escape has set in motion a turn of events that will change not just the Goblin’s destruction but also the destruction of the known society of the humans.
This is a dark fantasy that digs deep into how easily societies can rise and fall and how just one or two people can create change that can cause the destruction of a way of life. In this fantasy world there are three Great Houses that control the land, Buttertub, Barnaby and Crugghaberra and each are as cruel as the last, Young Pim escaping has repercussions that are far reaching. Young Pim’s adventure takes him deep into the bowls of the mountain seeing incredible creatures, making wonderful friends and facing devastating enemies.
Although this story isn’t a typical M/M there is a childlike innocent love which develops between Young Pim and Young Jym (a broken boy). This story follows Young Pim on his journey, it is a difficult path that he finds himself on with many obstacles and with some joy, danger and loss. There are many wonderful creatures that we come across, a community that pulls together welcoming those that find their haven, but there are also horrors that we come across, depravity and unnecessary suffering and a talking sorcerer rat. This story isn’t for those that are faint of heart, it is dark, dangerous with many pitfalls, there is little true joy and it doesn’t have a miraculous happy ending.
This is a well written story that pulls you into a fantasy world that will make you cringe in places, the settings that are described come alive in your mind and there are characters that you cheer for and characters that you take joy in their destruction no matter how grisly the demise. Corey Michael Smithson has created a world that brings you the best and worst of civilisation and he also brings a world where sometimes there just is no happily ever after.
I have to recommend this to those who love dark fantasy, adventure, cruel characters, wonderful characters and an ending that leaves you wondering what might be next.(less)
John Jones/Aidan Whittaker is on a negotiation mission, his plans begin to be derailed by Babcock who is sticking his nose where it could cause trouble. Scott just wants to take pictures… and get in the hot archaeologists bed, but he gets more trouble when his boss Babcock arranges a meeting with a local tribal leader.
This is an interesting combination of settings, you have the first part of the book set in Tajikistan near the Afghanistan boarder which is dry, dusty, dangerous and fraught with tension then in the second part of the book you have the quaint village of Avebury, Wiltshire in England which is green, lush, quiet and fraught with murderous stories of the long dead.
In the first part we have John Jones MI6 Negotiator who is trying to broker a deal with some of the tribal leaders, his cover is that of an archaeologist, complications set in when a reporter turns up sticking his nose in where it’s not wanted and his photographer who John feels an instant attraction to, there is danger, a recuse mission, hot sex, a parting of ways and a gun-fire fight which ends with John’s life hanging in the balance.
In the second part we have Scott Landon Photographer who has been affected more than he thought over what happened to John, he starts to investigate when he realises that all may not be as it seems and it leads to the discovery of Aidan Whittaker expert of Ancient Languages and Literature and an archaeologist. From then on we see Scott’s pursuit of Aidan as he tries to become friends and something more.
This is a brilliantly woven story about two men who get their wires crossed, both of them thinking the other doesn’t want them when they both actually want the same thing. We see Scott trying to get through to Aidan that he wants more than just quick sex, while Aidan thinks that Scott couldn’t want an older man with a damaged leg who just wants to settle down in the little village he found.
So this is a great book that has a little of everything for everyone, danger, tension, hot sex, gun-fights, slow romance, quaint setting, local hauntings and nosy villages... oh and keep an eye out for the cat TBC (That Bloody Cat) that does battle with Aiden every chance he gets. I highly recommend this one, so get this book, read it and enjoy. (less)
While out hunting Caolan is rescued by a mysterious stranger and Caolan makes a pact with him because of the effect the stranger has on him, but Caolan has to break his pact, but swears to stick by his oath. Donal and Caolan are princes who are sent to safety after an attempt on Caolan’s life, their step-mother is suspected and Donal won’t risk losing his brother. Deceived into returning home Donal is tricked into a geis, an honour-bound quest, it is a geis that will be impossible to fulfil, but Donal and his brother set off for the Dark Prince’s land to obtain the Horse of Bells, picking up the Traveller along the way.
This is another great fantasy from Pelaam, which feels like it should be based on a myth. Both Caolan and Donal are great characters who are wonderful brothers, Caolan is the younger brother and Donal will do anything for him. Donal is strong in body whereas Caolan is stronger in mind, and Donal has always tried to protect his younger brother from their father’s criticisms. When they set out on their quest and Caolan meets up with his lost love it gives them hope that they will make it to the Dark Prince’s land, but it isn’t easy to obtain a horse who doesn’t want to be obtained.
This story is wonderfully written with a couple of stories entwined, we have two brothers setting out on a quest that is dangerous and finding their true loves, we have an attempted uprising which nearly ends in sorrow and we have a mystical horse that has a mind of its own. The world building is quite good and you get a great feel for the world and circumstances, there is a very heavy medieval feel to the surroundings and you get a strong sense of whimsical myth throughout the entire book. The sexual encounters that we see between the two couples are quite sensual and loving; both couples are well suited and will do the right thing by the ones they love.
I really enjoyed this story as I do like a good medieval feeling fantasy and this one has the added bonus of having two love stories, with danger and sacrifice. Caolan makes everyone see him as a man and Donal shows why he will be king.
I have to recommend this to those who love fantasy, adventure, great characters, an interesting storyline and a very happy blissful ending. (less)
This book is part of a series and must be read in order. Tristan is left reeling with questions after the confrontation with the Goddess Ki, discovering more secrets and lies from his brother and unable to trust any of the council. Now he has to focus on protecting his consort, Ushna, and his tribe and to learn who he can trust, he also has to learn what he can about just who is out to assassinate him and how to harness his new powers.
This story continues from where Twin Flames ended and oh my god it was brilliant! Tristan has so much dumped on his plate in this story; I am surprised his head didn’t explode. Wow okay where to begin hmmm… Tristan is inadvertently hurt by the Goddess Ki when she is supposed to help him, so Tristan’s trust in her is gone, but he needs her help and gives her another chance which she again inadvertently breaks, so, well Tristan’s reaction is expected. Ushna and Tristan have an important decision to make (and that’s where Ki screwed up again), they have mysteries that come to light and Tristan discovers the truth about his family… oh his ranch gets invaded by a murderer and his followers and Tristan really does come into his own.
There really isn’t that much that I can tell you about this story without giving away the really good bits, and I don’t want to do that… well I do but I am not that mean ;-) Ushna is again an incredible man, Tristan still doubts himself a bit, the warriors prove themselves in battle, they all discover new information and secrets, the Gods and Goddess’s begin to play their parts and all the other character play their parts brilliantly. There’s a surprise for Tristan, left to him by his betraying Twin Flame and it really peeves Tristan off. The ending for this book is one that will make you want to cry… because you want the next book in your hands.
This story is wonderful, it flows brilliantly and it pulls you in, making you turn the next page wanting more of this incredible series… it leaves you hungering for more, making you wish it was longer. It is filled with descriptions that take you there… makes you envisage that you are standing there as the enemy charge towards you, has your heart pounding along with Tristan’s as he fights the urge to make Ushna his in every way and makes your throat tight as Tristan realises that his life is changed forever. God damn but I love this series… so unique and refreshing; I really can’t wait for the next book.
I have to recommend this to those who love unique shifters, secrets, battles, danger, a huge surprise, incredibly hot sex and an ending that leaves you wanting more… right now!(less)
This is a very good action story, with a touch of mystery and betrayal thrown in. Vance leads his own team in Conleth’s organisation as well as being a FBI agent, he has a childhood that has led him to build walls around his heart and no woman will gain his trust… until Ginna walks into his life and her son Theo worms his way into Vance’s heart. Ginna doesn’t approve of all of Vance’s methods but she can see the damaged heart he protects and somehow she manages to gain his trust.
Okay for those of you who prefer (like me) just M/M then this book will be a bit of a let-down, the only reason I read it in the end was because it was a part of a series that I was enjoying, and lucky for me there was no yucky girly bits and I did get to see both couples Conleth and Bain and also Roger and Rico. I will also say this… the storyline was great, taking us along through the earlier parts of Vance’s life and then onto missions that he did for the ‘Old Man’ leading in the end to a betrayal from someone he thought was a friend. This story has really been mislabelled when it is called a romance it is more like the action, mystery stories where the hero gets his woman in the end, there’s no true romance and if Ginna hadn’t of had a son then Vance would never have had anything to do with her.
My rating is solely for the action, mystery storyline because that in the end was what made me read this book, I really enjoyed the previous stories in this series and being completely honest I would never have bought it if had read the blurb, but I bought it on blind faith because it was part of an M/M series by an M/M author… and yes while there are a couple of M/M scenes involving the couples from the previous books this is in essence an action, adventure, mystery story that falls very heavily on the M/F angle.
So if you are an M/M fan who can accept that there is an M/F storyline but with some M/M thrown in, some great action in the form of foiling assassins, foiling bomb plots, destroying paedophile rings, taking out a mole and drug cartel and a damaged man opening up tentatively then this is the book for you. (less)
Aoshi is twenty-three but looks seventeen, as part of his mission he is undercover as a schoolboy, while there something happens that brings forth Kyuubi-Onna the Nine-tail goddess, and it sets in motion events that endanger Aoshi and the Tokujogumi, reveal some clans plans for war and will awaken and release a deadly Oni.
This is a brilliant, complex ninja, sacred Goddess, underhand clans, ancient evils and sacred blades story that is woven together to give us an action packed adventure that isn’t easy on either the body or the heart. Aoshi is part of the Tokujogumi clan, they are all outcasts (nukenin) from their own clans and have bandied together to form a clan of their own, they take any jobs to make money. But now something is happening to Aoshi, he doesn’t feel quite right and suddenly he has sexual feelings and he is acting on them with men, his old clan is sniffing around and an enemy from the past wants to destroy him.
I swear to God there is no way in hell that I can describe everything that goes on in this book because it’s mind boggling how complex this story is because everything that happens it’s all interwoven somehow, and always leads back to Aoshi and his enemy Onizuka. There are Three Legendary Blades, Clans who are sneaking and backstabbing trying to get the blades, Aoshi has to understand and master his new powers and what he has to do to refuel them, the Tokujogumi are running around trying to help Aoshi who always seem to disappear and then turn up naked with hot women, there’s near death experiences, death, brutal fights, gritty and dark sex scenes and no happy for now or happy ever after ending.
One of the things that I will warn you all about is the sex, there is a lot of it and in some places it’s nasty and brutal, but you can see how and why it happened, the way that Aoshi manipulated the situation to benefit himself and we also see explicit sex scenes of M/F AND F/M/F most of which is integral to the storyline (honest Aoshi has to basically refuel with sex) there are also a couple of scenes that will creep you out especially as the teachers think he is only seventeen. This is quite a dark storyline and I will be honest, Aoshi really doesn’t know what his true sexuality is although he does fall in love with a man, so we are left with Aoshi confused a lot of the time.
This is a really well written story that will drag you in and keep you reading until the end, there’s loads of action with some spectacular explosions and brilliant fight scenes, there’s mythical clans i.e. shape shifters and Demon insects and there are the Legendary Blades that can do some really nasty stuff *shudder*, we have an Oni and a sorceress, and oh so much more. This is a truly great read that is dark, gritty and brutal and definitely not for the faint hearted.
So I will recommend this to those who love Japanese folk laws, ninja’s, complex storylines, hot sex, brutal action and adventure and something to get your teeth into and an ending that will make you wince.(less)
Adam has no choice, but to work closely with a Fed. A Fed that he used to work with. A Fed that he called a friend. A Fed that was his lover, but now is only his biggest regret. Lee needs to know why Adam betrayed them. Why he threw away what they had and why he would never say why. Together working on finding the leak, the truth comes out and they both know it isn’t finished.
This is another great addition to the Sanctuary series. Adam is told to work with the Feds, but he is far from happy to learn which Fed it is; Lee Myers, his ex. Lee uses the assignment to get the answers that he has always wanted, but they are far from the answers that he expected. Now both men must work together to protect the innocent and to lure out the FBI leak. All the while striking sparks off each other with their attraction.
Adam and Lee make a great couple. Two souls ripped apart by deceit, but now reunited as they struggle to find evidence against the Bullens. These characters are opposites, not just in appearance but in personality, too. and they strike sparks off each other from their first scene together, which had a passionate clash. I loved the way that these two men fell back into the easy work camaraderie, even while they hadn’t sorted out their differences. And Adam’s absolute trust in Lee was breath-taking, but Lee’s lack of trust made him look a bit petty. Although, we would all have had doubts, if we had been shown the evidence and no defense was forthcoming.
I loved the way this story went and the tricky twists. Although, it got me wondering if both Lee and Adam hadn’t been set up in the first place by the FBI leak. We see characters from the previous books and a new one is added, (who is in the next book with Manny ). and evidence comes to light that just might stop the Bullens once and for all. The relationship between Adam and Lee was bound to be rocky with their history, but other that getting answers and confessing what really happened, there wasn’t too much angst and it was pretty smooth sailing.
R.J. Scott has provided us with a wonderful story of lovers torn apart by betrayal, a bit of action, a bit of danger, some passionate sex, twists and a really well written storyline that flows smoothly. So, really I have to recommend that you give it a read.(less)
Thaddeus is a warrior who has been cursed with Blood-Rage and his dreams are leading him home; a place where his family were slaughtered. The young prince needs him, but Thaddeus has a fear that his Blood-Rage will do more harm than good. Stephen is a young prince who is seriously ill and is also cursed. The only time he feels safe is with Thaddeus, the man who saved him years before. Now, he needs Thaddeus more than ever.
What an absolutely fantastic fantasy that is well written and leaves you longing for more. Thaddeus has been cursed and is well known as The Marked One, who leaves dead bodies after his Blood-Rage. Stephen is a frail prince who has lived longer than anyone thought he would. These two, the warrior and the prince, are pulled together by dreams and a bond neither knew about and the gods who are manipulating them and those around them.
This story is not a romance. It is a true fantasy that has elements of love that is just starting to develop. Thaddeus and Stephen are our main characters and both have their own form of anguish. Stephen, because of his illness and Thaddeus, because of the losses in the past and his curse. and they are both being manipulated by the Gods. We slowly learn, as we progress through the book, of the manipulation and the players the gods are using. and we get an idea of why the gods are doing the manipulation, but things don’t always go to plan, as some gods are playing two sides.
Although there is sex in this book, it is between secondary characters that use it more for control. Although Thaddeus does have sex, it is because of the Red Moon Day (his species mating time). There are some nasty characters in this book who you will cheerfully want something bad to happen to and some great characters who you want the best for. The world building is quite good, but I can see us getting even more in future books, so we can get a clearer picture of the game that is in play. we get some fantastic descriptions of the surrounding areas and we get a good idea of what Thaddeus and Stephen are being shaped for.
Although we are given a warning that it has a bittersweet ending it doesn’t. It has a ‘to be continued’ ending that made me want the next book…now. I will be reading this book again when the next one is released, just so I can say ‘ahhh’ when I open the next book. Sighing in satisfaction, as I see how Thaddeus will rescue Stephen from the High Dolen (some of the god’s high priest). If you want to know more, read the book…Bwahahaha.
I recommend this to those who love fantasy, gods manipulation, human manipulation, nasty brothers, fierce warriors, a strong bond between prince and warrior, fantastic back stories and a brilliant ‘to be continued’ ending.(less)
Sean has been trying to pin Yates for his crimes for years. But, they always slide off him and Yates always walks away clean. But, now Sean is having to rethink everything he has ever known, as Yates saves his life and shows him a life he never even suspected. Yana (Yates) is not who he first appears to be and it is a revelation as to who he really is.
I liked this story as it has a secret organization that is trying to help with justice on Earth. Sean is a LAPD detective who ends up getting rescued by his nemesis Yates. Sean doesn’t have a clue what is going on when Yates rescues him and takes him to a place that no one on Earth has a clue about. But, that doesn’t stop his questions. Yana (Yates) has an opportunity to show Sean that he isn’t as bad as Sean thinks and to show Sean his life. But, with an ex hanging in the background and his work to do, he doesn’t have much time to spend with Sean and relies on his friends to show Sean what their community is like.
Yana and Sean have a slow developing relationship. with Sean having to resolve what he thought he knew about Yana and what he now knows to be true. Yana seems to have been admiring Sean from afar, but knew that because of his role, Sean wouldn’t have anything to do with him. It was nice to see a slow build-up with a bit of confusion thrown in, in the shape of Jimmy. The space-station is a unique touch, as this is set in modern times and we get a bit of back-ground about the Peace Keepers and what their role is. But…I was left with questions.
I must admit that there was a couple of interesting aspects to the story, but we only got the beginning or the tail end of it. To me this story is the warm up leading to a wider range of stories in the future; sort of giving us a taste of what is to come. where we will learn more about the Peace Keepers in the future.
I will recommend this to those who love science fiction, conflict, adjusting perspectives, finding love and the beginning of a beautiful relationship.(less)
This is slightly different from what I am used to from R.J. Scott but it is no less impressive. Dale may be an ex-Navy Seal but a horrific incident in his past has jaded him to the Seals and he has no faith in them. Joseph is an active Navy Seal and he wants to find his sisters killer but when he finds brick walls thrown up in his way he is determined to get to the truth even if he has to tear them down with his bare hands.
Well this is a slightly gritty more brutal story than the last one and all I can say is that Dale and Joseph have a more un-traditional connection than the normal romance that we are used to. Joseph wants justice for his sister but Dale doubts that is all he wants, Dale is convinced that Joseph will go in guns blazing to kill the one who ordered the hit on his sister, Joseph just wants the man who did order the hit to pay for it through the courts so his mother and step-father can have some peace.
Dale and Joseph are both strong confident men who have both got careers that they love. The connection between them is hard to see at first because of Dale’s attitude toward Joseph, but you get a feel for both of them and once Dale accepts Joseph is not one step away from a bloodbath his longing for the other man comes through. We get to see past characters of Morgan and Nik as they are still trying to bring down the Bullen’s and Joseph tracks them down trying to find answers.
This isn’t a traditional relationship… they are not going to buy a little house with a picket fence, Joseph is going to still be gone a lot but Dale will be his port in the storm, this is a beginning for them and I don’t know why but I think that they still have another story in them.
So I will recommend this to those who love danger, explosive car chases, hot sex, total alpha men, bloody rescues and a happy (for these men) ending.
I really enjoyed this one, it was a refreshing change to read a shifter book that wasn’t all about sex and mates; although there is a lot hot sex and some discussion about mating.
Rob is horrified when he finds out that Jamie is a Wolf. He has nothing against them personally but he wouldn’t have sex with one…if he had a choice. Jamie doesn’t usually sleep with humans but there is just something about Rob. When Rob kicks him to the curb, Jamie realizes what has happened too late.
I thought the way that Rob handled everything was masterful, Jamie was headstrong and willful the supporting characters were incredible, too. They really added to the story. The story line is fantastic and written really well. Hopefully, this is opening up a new avenue in shifter stories where we have more realistic story lines and a different aspect to the ‘mating’ rules.
If you love shifter stories, hot men and crime stories then this is for you. Diane Adams & R.J. Scott, I can’t wait for the next one.(less)
This is the concluding story to The Fire Trilogy and R.J. Scott doesn’t let us down. If you haven’t read the others in the series, then you need to for this one to make sense.
Eoin is the Guardian of the City but all isn’t well. He knows that two members of the council are conspiring to take his Amber fire to prolong their own lives and he also knows that the previous Guardian is building an army to take revenge on the council. He has to stop all of this as well as find his bond mate and save him. Trystyn disappeared several years ago and in all that time he has been held by Wynn, the old Guardian, who has been stealing his Amber fire. When he is rescued he has to make Eoin realize that all six of them together can defeat Wynn and the council.
I found this book brilliant. The way that Eoin takes responsibility because he doesn’t want any danger coming to his friends even though he hasn’t seen them in years is incredibly sweet. Trystyn is an extremely strong character who makes me wish this book was longer so we could get to know him better. There is a lot more action in this book as it wraps up everything so there are no loose ends and it is done brilliantly and the writing is smooth.
I recommend that if you love hot men, magic, a bit of danger and a fantastic ending then this is definitely for you.