When you live your life for Brotherhood, the betrayal of your flesh and blood brother is even more devastating.
While the fate of the Lilith’s Army princesses relies on that of a traitor, emotions are triggered, and secrets kept locked away spill free, adding fuel to an already raging fire.
No one is safe with enemies hiding in every dark corner, waiting to pounce.
Who will survive the chaos as everything comes to a head? Leaving a trail of broken hearts, blood, and carnage its wake.
I’d like to thank Ker Dukey, D.H. Sidebottom and Terrie (Ker’s PA) for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. I have been wanting to read this book since I read the first book and I had such high expectations and they were achieved.
Even weeks later after reading this book, it is still hard for me to make coherent thoughts but we still have to try! And I am going to try and make coherent thoughts of what I feel for this book. Let’s start it bloody destroyed me. Killed me. Any feelings I had was murdered and stomped on and they’ll be that way until the third book comes out because it was left on a cliffhanger and I really want this third book.
This book followed Rhiannon and Scorch as well as Slade and Avery, it was nice seeing all the four point of views especially when certain things happened in the novel and more so when Rhiannon was kidnapped we saw what she was going through. I loved that in this. I also liked how we saw how Scorch was feeling when it came to Rhiannon although his attraction to her was secret. How helpless Slade felt that he couldn’t protect his sister. As you can tell there is a lot I loved. I wonder if this just a gush rather than a review? Doesn’t really matter.
I didn’t know where this story was going it kept me hooked, and every page I was reading as fast as I could to find out what happened. Brennan is a sick fuck. If you’ve read this you know why, if you haven’t I can’t tell you because of spoilers. Loads of twists and turns and I had no idea how this story was going to go.
Slade and Avery got my heart going all the time, I was on the edge of my seat watching their relationship play out. Just like the first book, this one felt more like Slade and Avery rather than Scorch and Rhiannon but I also know that this book was paving the way for another book about Scorch and Rhiannon which we are going to get, so I’m happy about that. I’m also sad they didn’t get their happy ending but I hope it’s coming in the third book whenever that is released. I actually can’t wait for it!
I loved the plot and I loved the romance. I loved the characters. I want to say so much more but I don’t want to spoil you! So honestly read this story and then message me I want to be able to suffer with people.