Now thats what Im talking about!!! My favorite of the series now! My poor poor Tohrment!! Still dealing with the lost of his darling Welsie and his unborn son, Tohr is totally fucked! Since he can't let go of them in his grief, they are stuck in the Inbetween not passing on unto the Fade! If Tohr doesn't let go soon, Welsie and thier son will be trapped there forever...never passing on!
Lassiter, Tohr angel was given the task of making sure Tohr lets go so Welsie and thier son can be freed! But time is running out and now that he has discovered a way to help Tohr move on, he's not sure it will work. He's throwing a hailmary praying to the Maker its enough.
No'One...Xhex's mahmen, has history with Tohr. Being rescued from that awful sympath, some centuries back, by Tohr and Darius. She was also taken care of throughuot her pregnancy by the two. After giving birth to Xhex, she killed herself with Tohr's blade, she was never allowed to pass onto the Fade. She was able to leave the Santcuary of the Chosen to take care of Payne(Vishous' twin) and now is staying to get to know her long lost daughter. Now that she sees how broken Tohr is, she's decided to help Tohr move on.....Goodluck with that I said at first!
I just new I would love it! So many ups and downs in this one! I almost died towards the end....really was on the verge of killing my kindy!! But I refrained....Cant wait to read Qhuinn and Blays book!!
Enough, Qhuinn thought. Enough with the excuses, and the avoidance, and the trying to be someone, anyone else. Even if he got shanked, even if his precious little ego and his dumb-ass little heart got shattered into a million pieces, it was time to stop the bullshit. It was time to be a male. As Blay started to straighten, like a message had been received, Qhuinn thought, That’s right, buddy.
Our future has come.
Also we have the Xcor and his crazy, Band of Bastards! Xcor and his crew has left the Old Country and set sail for Caldwell in the hopes of over throwing Wrath(The Blind King). Since civilians have been plagued with raids and tragedy, he believes Wrath and the Brotherhood isn't doing their job. They think the BDB is soft and thinks the throne is up for the taking.
This book was awesome in my opinion! No skipping over the lessor parts! Xcor and the BoB are pretty damn interesting as well as ill informed. They don't know whats really been going on in Caldwell, the reason for the raids. Not knowing about the Omega and Lash and the part they played in all the drama. Now that Lash has been defeated Caldwell is not as bad as it used to be...as far as the Lessors go. Hopefully they will band together! I kinda like the BoB and I think Xcor is misunderstood! I really think they can work together, I really do! Here's hoping!
All in all, Fantastic installment to the series! Can't wait to read the next one! All fans of the BDB will love this! At least I hope!:) This was one wild wild ride...the surprises in this book are doozies lemme tell ya!!
Eve Langlais never dissapoints and I know the same will be said for the next installment of the Alien Abduction series.....Here's the new cover and its a hawt one!!
They both wanted her, the question was could they share her.
Abducted by alien slavers, along with her group of teenage misfits, Louisa doesn’t think her week can get any stranger until two big purple warriors arrive to the rescue—and then fight over who gets to keep her. Not interested in a winner, she clobbers them, but when they regain consciousness, they’re even more determined to claim her.
Best friends, Brax and Xarn, share everything; loot, jobs, trouble, until they come across a luscious human that stirs their possessive side. Their battle over who gets to keep her ends in a tie due to matching concussions, but what’s a bruise or two when it comes to winning her as a mate. When she keeps denying them both, they put aside their rivalry to team up and claim the one they want.
Watch out universe, because if you thought this pair of purple warriors were a menace to the galaxy before, then hang on tight, because hopelessly in love, they’re more deadly—and hilarious--than ever.