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Il cavaliere solitario

(Lords of Deliverance #4)

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  12,340 ratings  ·  823 reviews
Sono qui. Cavalcano insieme. Possono fermare l’Apocalisse o lasciare che si scateni. Arriva il quarto, emozionante capitolo dei Cavalieri della Libertà. Le profezie, rimaste inascoltate, stanno per avverarsi. Jillian Cardiff si è rifugiata in un luogo isolato sulle Montagne Rocciose per dimenticare l’attacco del demone che l’aveva quasi uccisa. Ma la sua pace viene presto ...more
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Published October 17th 2013 by Fanucci (first published 2012)
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Jillian Stein
Aug 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc, favorites

Before I begin my review, I have to tell you I am a bit biased when it comes to this book. You see, I was the winner of the “name a character and book dedication” prize Larissa had offered in a charity auction back in March of 2011. Originally is was to have the book dedicated to the winner and name a minor character in either the third or fourth book in this series but Larissa, being the amazingly kick ass person she is, gave me the option to wait and
Alex is The Romance Fox
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Finally…..we have Reseph’s story!!!

After being the most malevolent and evil character in the previous 3 books, I was questioning how the author would be able to turn him into an endearing romantic hero that I could bond with as much as I have done with the other three Horsemen. Boy, did she do it!!!

We discover the real Reseph that his siblings always spoke about….the laid-back, loving, caring and fun person…and who ever guessed…a poet living inside him…forget Lord Byron, John Keats…Reseph’s
Aly is so frigging bored
ARC thanks to Netgalley/Grand Central Publishing
Publishing Date: November 20, 2012
Rating: +++5/5 stars
Light spoilers for those who haven't read the other books in the series

One of THOSE books

I have to tell you guys that I love everything that I’ve read from Larissa Ione, every book is better than the last. I was expecting to be so blown away by this book, but all the revelations have left me open-mouthed.

This book’s main characters are Resph and Jillian. Resph doesn’t remember who he is,
Jan 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: library-1
Ressup (the former Pestilence) has been left in a snowbank with no memory of his former life or any of the plagues he’s unleashed on the world. He vaguely remembers his name and can remember how to do things like drive a snowmobile or that he likes foods, but nothing concrete about who he is. He’s found by Jillian, who was injured horribly after one of his demon attacks. Great tension and drama as you’re just on the edge of your seat waiting for one of them to figure it out, or for the people ...more
Sophia Triad
I absolutely hated HATED HATED Reseph/Pestilence in the previous books.

When his seal was broken, he became the worst enemy of the humankind spreading various horrible diseases all over the world and killing millions of people. Horrible deaths!

Rogue Rider is the book about his redemption.
In the last book, he has disappeared from the face of earth. In this book he has no memory, no name, no past. Since he used to be a good guy before he became the most evil creature on Earth, the loss of his
Neyra ♦
Feb 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ah.Fucking.Mazing!!! *Spoiler Alert, might contain a spoiler from a previous book..*

For Reseph, First Horseman of the Apocalypse, life as he knows it, is over. Having been the horseman whose seal broke and almost ushering in the End of Days, Reseph's memory has been wiped clean, and he's been sent to the human world to start over his life, to heal from the torment of Pestilence's actions over the last year. For Jillian, living in the remote mountains of Colorado is her safe haven. She's come
Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞
Jillian Cardiff has moved to the home of her deceased parents in isolated Colorado following a demon attack. One day she stumbles across a naked man buried in the snow. When he finally awakes, he has no memory of who he was other than his name possibly being Reseph.

I'm just going to say much as I liked this book, I was really disappointed!! What happened to the bad boy that we have been tempted by and teased about since book one?? There was no way I was expecting FARMER JOHN!!! And
Ren Puspita
ARC version provided by NetGalley

More than 5 stars and Top Read 2012!

To sum my feeling right now after read this? This one is purrrrrrrrfect!

A perfect ending and HEA for Reseph and his ladylove Jillian Cardiff. I really hate Pestilence and what he do in the past. But, I can't help fallin' over head to Reseph. Rakish, charming but also make me want to hug him because he really regret his mistakes (as Pestilence) and want to start a new life. Jillian Cardiff is not bad and I'm glad she's so
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Ione does a fantastic job of developing a believable relationship between Reseph and Jillian, even though Jillian seemed too trusting at first. A lot of the book was focused on their relationship and I think that in terms of the romance, this is probably the strongest book of the series. Many readers will be anxiously waiting to see how Ione will redeem Reseph after all the evil he has unleashed on the world. To some, what he does will be unforgiveable, yet Ione expertly weaves a redemption ...more
I can only imagine how awesome this book is going to be. With everything he's done as pestilence. I can imagine what his falling in love and having to atone for his sins. Then having to make up with his siblings! Will make Lore and Sin bonding with the Sem brothers look like cake.

UPDATE: Actual Review

Originally posted on Confessions of an Opinionated Book Geek

“Rogue Rider” is the book that every fan of the ‘Lords of Deliverance’ series has been waiting for. From the first moment Pestilence
Elizabeth (Liz)
Almost killed in a demon attack, Jillian Cardiff relocated to a remote mountain town in the hopes of forgetting. If only forgetting were so easy. One day, while gathering firewood, Jillian finds and rescues Reseph, a man who seems to have no memories of his life. He does, though, have an interesting effect on Jillian, and also seems to have some deadly skills.

I've been a longtime fan of author Larissa Ione and her various PNR series. As I've stated before, PNR is not my first love, and an author
Jullian Cardiff's life was forever changed when she was viciously attacked by demons. She retreated from the world moving into the hills of Colorado where she could live secluded from the world. Everything was going safely till one day she found a naked man in a snowbank. His name, Reseph or Pestilence as he is better known has lost his memory and needs her help. Jullian thought her life was changed majorly when she was attacked, ha ha she has not seen anything yet.

Everyone seems to want
Jun 22, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

This is the 4th book of TLOD and by golly the first half of the book was just...*bites lower lip*

Now, I have to divide my review into two. The first half and the last half of course.


Whilst I wasn't complaining about the heart palpitations and erotic images that were conjured in my head.....

“He pushed up, his shoulders and biceps flexing with power, and looked down at his naked body. “Did we fuck?”
She nearly choked. “No.”
“Why not?”

“I’m going to lay you on your belly and pin your
Kelly at
May 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love Reseph!!! Love, Love LOVE him!!!!

Full Review:
Okay I have to start by saying Larissa, you are the BOMB!! I love your books. Can you do any wrong? In my eyes that is a big NO!!!
2nd I am so excited that I got a chance to read Reseph’s book early. The waiting has been killing me. I have been in love with Reseph since Sin’s book (so long ago). I just love the heck out this him. Even when he was that bastard Pestilence I still has mad love for his crazy butt. But boy howdy
This is my favorite book of the Four Horsemen. I love the conflict. The love story is awesome. The arc of the series is spot on. I will reread this one for sure.

I had no issues with Resph because I didn't read the books in order. Ha. Take that! I liked this book enough to read the rest of the series is lovely binge.

The struggle to accept that he was posssed by a demon who did the most horrific of things with his body while he watched is a wonderful internal conflict. He has all the memories of
It was difficult to rate this book because I LOVE this series but to be honest I found the first half of the book quite slow then the last quarter was really good but too short.

Hopefully Reaver's book will hold its promises.
Aug 31, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Originally posted at

When I pick up a new book by Larissa Ione I always feel like I’m returning home. After all, she is one of the first authors to ignite my love for the PNR genre and I cannot name you one book that has not blown me away with her riveting storytelling. Rogue Rider is no exception and once again Ms. Ione allows us to escape into a world I find myself never wanting to leave.

“His demon isn’t dead. It’s merely locked up.”

Rogue Rider picks up
Layla  is a Picky Reader

*ARC provided by Grand Central Publishing via Netgalley

My rating: 3.75/5
First line: “It was cold. So fucking cold.”
Favourite quote: “I can’t promise that you’ll like who I was before you found me. But I can promise that my feelings for you won’t change.”
Song of choice: Cradled in Love by Poets of the Fall

I’m not even sure where should I start with. This is Larissa Ione, after all, and those of you who read her series know for a fact that in her books there are many subplots running in the
Lauren (Sugar & Snark)
First of all if you are a Paranormal Romance Fan and you haven't read Larissa Ione, then where the hell have you been?!
Stop what you are doing and get the first book in her Demonica Series. I promise you won't be sorry.

But a word of warning-Do not read these books out of sequence, you will get seriously confused!

This is the fourth book in the Lords of Deliverance Series which revolves around the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Which in my opinion is one of the most original paranormal ideas I
In the words of Limos: Awesome-sauce!

'Rogue Rider' finishes off the 'Lords of Deliverance' series with a bang! Reseph is the last of the four Horsemen of the apocalypse to get a story - and considering he spent the majority of the series as Pestilence, a despicably, disgusting bad guy everybody loved to hate, Ione had her work cut out for her! But she did it... and did it well!

Reseph will never be my favorite Horseman (I'm a Thanatos girl!) but IMO this story was truly perfect for him. Ione did
Jess the Romanceaholic
FINALLY, the series is back to what I loved about Demonica <3

Full of plot twists, big revelations, great character development, and a fantastic HEA.

Oh yeah, and I did I mention confirmation that Demonica is back with Reaver's story next?

Oh yeahhhhhh.

4.5/5 Stars, full review to follow.
I do NOT fucking BELIEVE IT! I KNEW that guy was going to be their father! I KNEW IT...KNEW IT! KNEW IT!!!!

And I HATE it SOOOO muuuuchhhhh!!! Arrrghhh!!!
Fuck, fuck, fuuuuuuck!
(Sorry! I had to curse. And curse. And CURSE.)

*sputters and rips out her hair*
◊♦ Naomi
I've finally decided to continue this series and I'm just wondering why it took me so freaking long. Rogue Rider was amazing, everything I wanted it to be. Larissa is such a phenomenal writer, I cannot wait to read the next one.
Aug 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dhasg-2019
I finally got to Reseph's story & it was a grand time!

I mean the whole book was great, but those steamy scenes deserve a full 5 smutty stars just on their own. The chemistry between Reseph and Jillian was amazingly crafted. And on top of this being sexy as hell, Reseph & Jillian were immensely likable, both together and as separate characters.

Reseph has an absurd amount of cockiness exuding from his pores, but the author somehow managed to make that charming in a ridiculous way. Ione
May 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
ABOUT THE BOOK: They're here.

They ride.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Born of a match between good and evil, four siblings stand between hell's minions and everything they want to destroy. They are the Lords of Deliverance, and they have the power to ward off Doomsday . . . or let it ride . . .

Jillian Cardiff came to this remote mountain town to forget the demon attack that almost killed her. Instead, she rescues-and falls for-a gorgeous stranger who has no memory of anything other than his
Ronda  Tutt

Larissa Ione's writing is brilliant with a creative flare that had me glued to the story from the beginning to the finish.

The story picks up from the last installment of the Lords of Deliverance where Reaver (Heavenly Angel Watcher) erased Reseph's mind of all the deeds and carnage that Pestilence reeked habit on and then cast him from hell into earth somewhere.

The story brilliantly shows how Reseph's good side can out weigh all the evil bad side of Pestilence and control it
Man I REALLY REALLY REALLY HATED Pestilence in the previous books and thought there was no way in hell I would even remotely like the person who allowed him to wreck so much havoc on the world but wonder of wonders, Larissa Ione and her writing wizardry managed to make it happen.

Reseph was a tortured individual. Really, who wouldn’t after watching yourself do the most horrific things possible. It’s no wonder he lost his mind but luckily, Reaver saved him(initially I wondered why he would) , he
Aug 31, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Excellent final book in this explosive series, although I felt the declaration of love between Reseph and his honey too fast.

Also love Larissa's trademark humor with her characters. Reaver's reaction to a big humdinger of a spoiler is a hoot.

Bring on Harvester and Reaper's book! Let's hope it's filled with dirty, nasty hot loving.
Pamela / SpazP
Aug 27, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I wasn't sure what to think the first half of Rogue Rider, since the heroine is a new character, but the book definitely picked up for me about mid-way through. And it is SO freaking GOOD. Fans are going to be very pleased! Can't WAIT for more REAVER!! Full review closer to release date.
Jo ★The Book Sloth★
I liked this book just like I liked every other one in Demonica and LoD series but I kind of got bored in the begining...It was much better later on but it wasn't as breathtaking as the others!!
It goes without saying though that I liked it a lot, I just prefered the others!
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Air Force veteran Larissa Ione traded in a career in meteorology to pursue her passion of writing. She has since published dozens of books, hit several bestseller lists, including the New York Times and USA Today, and has been nominated for a RITA award. She now spends her days in pajamas with her computer, strong coffee, and supernatural worlds. She believes in celebrating everything, and would ...more

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  • Lethal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #3; Demonica, #8)
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