Review: Darkness Rising by Katie Reus

 

Darkness Rising by Katie Reus

Darkness Rising by Katie Reusf

5 Stars

Superbly written, unforgettable characters, and masterful world building.

I couldn’t put this book down. From beginning to end the story unfolds introducing new characters, both good and bad. Intertwining with all the different supernatural factions and reuniting us with beloved and somewhat quirky characters from previous books in this series. Don’t worry if this is your first book read in this series, as it stands alone just fine. Although, like me, you might want to go back a catch the first ten books or so. I’m telling you the players in this engrossing tale are dynamic as the well crafted storyline.

Reaper is an ancient dragon warrior fresh out of hibernation. Awakened by the call of blood and fire. What he doesn’t expect to see upon arrising is the beautiful dragonsclan healer. Who’s beauty and scent change everything for him. His dragon says, “MIne!” and Reaper is in full agreement.

Greer sees a arrogant warrior who pulses with power and other things she wishes she could ignore. Such as his glorious naked self that puts delious pictures in her head she knows she shouldn’t act on. He’s temptation and trouble all wrapped up in a scrumptious package of — just say no.

These two made me laugh, cry, sizzle, and smile. They jumped off the pages straight into my heart.

I highly recommend not only this book but the whole series to anyone who enjoys a good paranormal romance with action, intriguje, betrayal, love, lust, and loyalty.

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