Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
I am writing this review with a sense of sadness because this book is the conclusion of this series, a series I loved. If you have not read this series then I strongly suggest beginning with book one you won’t be sorry.
The Hellhounds are gathering and have once again found the Guardians and their mates. They are staying with Leon on Navajo land where they hoped they would be safe but like all the times before the Hellhounds know where they are. Master Balor the leader has had an unwilling ally leading him to the Guardians doorstep, Lara’s twin sister Sara. Sara thought she loved Balor but he used her weakness for heroin against her. Sara and Lara have the ability to reach each other through their minds and a promise of a fix was all it took for Sara to reveal her sister’s location.
All the Guardians and their mates are together with little in the way of weapons and totally outnumbered. Only with the use of some of their gifts could they hope to fight their enemy. Unfortunately their enemy will stop at nothing in order to obtain the scrolls, scrolls that the Guardians have been guarding with their lives. The Guardians have no choice but to run, hiding on top of a mountain where they should have been safe, but all it would take to find them was a shot of heroin.
What I loved most about this series were the characters, each book about one of the Guardians and finding their mate. In addition to this series being good against evil it was also about love and dedication. There was also a surprise that I didn’t see coming and have no intention of revealing.
As I stated earlier in my review this is a series that you should not miss and I am very happy that I didn’t.