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(Dark in You #4)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  6,528 ratings  ·  474 reviews
Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed.

The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher.

With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even t
Paperback, 352 pages
Published September 4th 2018 by Piatkus (first published July 3rd 2018)
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Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️
Everything I wanted...and more...

If you follow my reviews at all, you know I adore Suzanne Wright's books.

I have also made it pretty clear that I am 100% unable to judge them objectively (not that any review by anyone is truly ever objective - but that's a completely uninteresting philosophical discussion we can shelve for another day...thank God).

As I was saying.

This was me when I saw this book was coming around...


...complete with teenage girl squee-ing and jumping around whilst singing, "Kn
Aisling Zena
4.5 stars

Re-read 21/5/20, 26/5/19

5/7/18 Review now posted

I do love pre-ordering. Getting that email that says that your book is now ready to read sends tingles down my fingers. I was able to do it for this book and boy, I did not regret it. I stopped the book I was reading and hopped on this one faster than the Flash. Harper and Knox's story continues and also concludes their arc in this fourth book.


I love visiting their world. And I do it often. I think I re-read their first book about a dozen
5 blazing stars.🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
I was beyond excited when this finally hit my kindle...…………………

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Just in time for the holiday...………………....

celebrate 4th of july GIF by Bomb Pop

not the only fireworks going off today...…………………….

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and be sure to watch out for falling Embers...……

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Suzanne Wright you made my day!!!!
KNOX and HARPER, I have missed you. I love this couple so much!!!!
Epic read. I literally couldn't have asked for more from these characters or this book .
The fourth horseman is finally unmasked in this last Knox and Harper novel but more imp
Mindy Lou's Book Review
This series is by far my favorite PNR series. I loved all 4 books, I loved Knox, I loved Harper, I loved Asher and I loved all the side characters. I'm sad that this is the last book to focus on Knox, Harper and Asher but I'm also very excited to see what's going to happen with future side character books. I highly recommend this series!
Jul 12, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Re-read 29th - 30th January 2020.

Re-read 11th February 2019

Re-read 1st - 2nd November 2018


I love Knox and Harper they are one of my favourite book couples. I’ve been excited and waiting not so patiently for this book for what seems like ages.

Knox is tall dark handsome and powerful. Harper is a brilliant female character, strong, intelligent, loyal, funny. I could go on but this is one of the strengths of this author. It’s surprising just how many female authors fail to write a convincing fe
Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘
⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Boring, predictable and finished *⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱

We're back with the most powerful demon in existence, Knox Thorne and his mate and anchor, tattooist and sphinx, Harper Wallis Thorne in the forth installment in the series and last of the couple as main characters. I must say that I was hugely disappointed in the book and story and myself. Why myself, you ask? Well, when I first found this series, I loved it - actually scratch that; I loved the first book. The second disappointed me as well as
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I am a huge Suzanne Wright fan and I have read, and loved, every one of her books. What I love most about her writing, are the heroines. Suzanne sure knows how to write about kickass.. "I don't take no shit from no-one" ..heroines I love them and Harper is definitely one of my favorites. I fell in love with her when we met in "Burn".

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The second reason I love Suzanne's book....are her alpha men. She sure knows how to write some HOT "you're mine" Alpha's, and again...Knox is definitely one o
1st read 18/07/2018, 09/07/2019, 19/03/2020.

Still fab. Still a must read and still a load of fun.

The hunt is on for the fourth huntsman but they don't need to look far because he shall come to them.

A reread was a must as Tanner Devon are up next and I can't wait. I'm also hoping for Larkin Teague, Khloe Keenan (and his monster c$ck) lol but who will Levi get together with? Maybe the witch?

My heart beat so fast for these three and how adorable is Asher? Very adorable and he is a handful.

It is a
Gi's Spot Reviews

5 Gazillion ‘Perfect Powerful Trifecta’ Stars

OoooooMmmmmGgggg!!! What a PERFECT and BRILLIANT conclusion for the Four Horsemen mystery but most of all for the power couple – or really trifecta – of Knox, Harper and little Asher! Talk about a BLAZING wrap up! <3

I honestly couldn’t have wished for a better ‘ending’ for this part/couple of all time favorite series, Dark in You. Suzanne Wright showed once again her unparalleled talent in creating this allurin
I have a feeling I read this fourth book already. It was basically book 3, and book 2, just with a small child thrown in for good measure. Don't get me wrong - I liked it, but this just wasn't anything new or exciting. None of the side characters really get further developed, the four horseman story line is shown yet again, and people are still trying to attack Harper. Oh and sex with invisible psychic fingers, which really is as weird as it sounds (don't ask). Maybe reading these last three boo ...more
✰ Liz ✰
Jan 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
"I’ve never had someone as deeply enmeshed in my life as you are."

Embers is the fourth book in the Dark in You Series. Harper and Knox have their hands full running businesses, managing people, keeping their marriage alive, and raising their baby Asher. When their family is under attack, Knox and Harper will do whatever it takes to seek revenge and bring wrath down on the people that want to cause them harm.

"’re something I need."
Told in multiple POV, Embers is another delicious i
Mar 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this re-read, I think more so than when I first read it, quite possibly because unlike the first time I didn’t read it right after the previous two in the series.

In this book Knox and Harper who now have baby Asher have to deal with the fourth horseman re-emerging and causing trouble in a variety of ways.

Harper and Knox remain awesome, both are fierce and strong, and their chemistry continues to wonderfully sizzle off the page.

Asher was adorable and I liked how we didn't find
taveena kade
Mar 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
“There’ll always be danger lurking, but I don’t think it’ll come too close to us. Not when I have a mate who can be absolutely terrifying when she chooses to be.”
Harper’s mouth curved. “So you fear me now. Good.”
He hesitated. “I’m not saying I fear you. But I’m conceding that you can be scary.”
She frowned, incredulous. “You still don’t fear me?”
“Of course not.”
“I sliced off that woman’s toes with a flaming stiletto blade, one by one … and you don’t find me scary?”
Fighting a smile, Knox rolled on
Bex (Beckie Bookworm)

Book four in the series is Knox and Harper again.
For the moment there settled and enjoying family life along with there young son Asher.
The fourth Horseman has up to now kept a very low profile, but that changes when their son is again targeted and whoever this unknown enemy is they’ve resurfaced and are yet again targeting Knox and his family.
They’re also in control of a convenient puppet who is currently carrying out their dirty work.
Also, this time around it’s Knox having to deal with Harper’
Can we jump into the future?
I want to read the story about baby boy Asher and his obviously, a fantastic demon! Haha! ❤️❤️❤️

Right this moment, I’m not too looking forward for side characters’s books, after Knox and Harper? Nah...
But, let’s see 😘
Re-read - Still love this just as much.

Loved it! Wish I could give it 10 stars. My favorite installment in the series. Can't wait for a spin off with the secondary characters.

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Angst Level: Medium
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Aug 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Embers, book 4 in Suzanne Wright’s Dark in You Series, is just as amazing as the previous 3! This is the final book focusing on Knox and Harper and we get to meet their adorable tiny addition, Asher! I don’t want to ruin the series for you, so I won’t go into detail regarding the plot line. It’s my opinion that this shouldn’t be read as standalone. You’ll need to start from the beginning to fully enjoy and appreciate the cast of characters.

I will say that we’ve gone on quite the ride with these
Reread, spoilers ahead

This one escaped the OW drama ....only to hit us with OM drama 🤦
I loved Asher and wanted more of him
Again some repeating
Bad guys get their just deserts finally
I enjoyed this series and look forward to the guys getting their own books(hopefully)

Original thoughts

3.5* rounded up and spoilers ahead!

A good addition to Knox and Harper's story,although I mostly enjoyed it I had some minor quibbles -
Too much repetition, this should've been labelled as not a standalone so fans of th
Well, it's safe to say that Knox and Harper are back, better than ever. I'm actually sad to see their story end, as in this is said to be the last book in which they are the main characters. There will be other books in this series and I am looking forward to that, especially Khloë and Keenan's story. I'm sure it will be quite hilarious. Just imagining those two together has me smiling.

I'm not going to give away any spoilers, since it is already the fourth book and if you read the previous ones
Embers is the perfect conclusion to what has become one of my favourite PNR series. It was everything I'd hoped for and then some.

Hint, hint ...... If the author wants to revisit that world with stories on some if the other characters I'd be thrilled to bits.

Bloody loved it.
Chitra *CJ*
"Embers" is the fantastic continuation of Harper and Knox's tale.

In the ongoing storyline of the Demon world, Harper and Knox face the biggest challenge of it all..parenthood.
With the birth of their son Asher (who is the cutest and naughtiest baby EVER), they deal with not only the fear and adoration of the lair, but also the kidnapping attempts by the mysterious fourth horseman, an indestructible shape-shifting demon, lecherous exes, murdered dolphins and finally discover the depths of their lo
Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
4.5 stars
thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)
So sad when this ends, I love Harper and Knox and yeah the others will get their own stories and I do love them too, they’re all amazing characters, but I love Harper so much. But an amazing book, a great series, I think the dark in you is my favourite of all Suzanne’s series
Ann Lou
Jul 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
It's hard to say goodbye to characters you've grown to love. Yeah, I know Knox and Harper will still be mentioned in the secondary characters books but it will not be the same.

I wonder who get their story first. Khloe and Keenan? Devon and Tanner? Hmmmm...

What I love more though, is to read a story about Asher.

Oh, did I mention how much I love this series and its characters? I truly do. 😊
Jul 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: really-good, pnr
So, I'm sad Harper and Knox's story is finished. Oh, I know we'll see them in the side characters' books to come—which I'm really excited about BTW—we all know it won't be the same. Good thing I can go back and reread one of my favorite couples of all times over and over again.

For though who haven't read this series, IMO it's a must read.

For Suzanne Wright, a heartfelt plea... Please give us Asher's story.


Loved it! Knox and Harper forever <3 I could easily say they are my favorite book couple. I'm sad that their story is over, but I'm excited for the spin-off.

Dec 30, 2019 rated it liked it
I know this was supposed to be the big conclusion. And we had the baby! Well I was bored silly. It was just a let down for me. Overall the series is good, but not SWs strongest.

Jul 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
4 stars!

Action, mystery, supernatural badassery, lots of laughs, romance and steamy sexy time, it's all here as Harper and Knox continue the search for the fourth and illusive horseman – now with baby in tow.

Suzanne Wright has a gift for creating intricate and well-developed paranormal worlds, and she’s done a great job with series. The demons, their behaviour and powers, their world that is hidden from the humans, and even the intricate politics are wonderfully established to create something
Tasha Mahoney
With every book in this series I think Suzanne Wright can't make it any better . Each time she proves me wrong. This is my favourite book of this series so far.
I listened to this on audiobook and Cat Doucette once again brings this story to life. I think my favourite side character is Lou, honestly, he should have his own book. He's hilarious.
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Suzanne Wright lives in England with her husband, two children, and her Bengal cats. When she's not spending time with her family, she's writing, reading, or doing her version of housework - sweeping the house with a look.

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“Asher pyroported to the floor, toddled over to the rug, grabbed his Hound teddy, and then pyroported back to her.

“His balance is getting better,” said Knox.

“I remember a time when he struggled to lift his head,” said Harper. “Now he’s walking. Walking. He’ll be a whiny teenager before we know it.”

Knox frowned. “No child of mine will be whiny.”

“Think again.”
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