I have been avoiding this review.
Although the story behind Jonathan and Lori is quite more adventurous and intriguing than the previous book, I still had to force myself to finish it.
Jonathan’s character is wallowing in its misconception that he is dark and evil and unworthy. This of course leaves him having sex with other women in attempt to hurt Lori and push her aside. He loves her, but he cannot allow himself to have her.
There have been books where this concept thrills me to the core! This is not one of them.
Lori is the younger sister and a healing witch. Everyone perceives her as innocent, dainty and fragile. Can you imagine how irritating that can get? I’m happy how her character progresses as people piss her off. It’s basically a, “I’m not strong enough Well, fuck you all; watch this!”
Running and hunting from some ancient, secret hunting party, The Scythe, Jonathan and Lori must race against time (so cliché baby) to save young Erica, Jonathan’s adopted daughter.
I only recommend this book to bored mature adults. You do not need to read this book in sequence with the series. It is not important enough to bother unless you’re like me and have to read 1..2..3..4.
Strong yet brief and disappointing sexual content. Strong violence and blood gushing frenzy.