Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Arya watches as Sanctum lies in a pile of ash and her best friends Diego and Sapphire are dragged away. The only thing that saved her was Dionysus, Chaos’ brother. Now with Chaos locked up, her friends gone and Sanctum and everyone in it destroyed she finds herself alone and in danger. With no other choice she buys her way on a pirate ship heading to New York hoping to find answers as to who has her friends and who destroyed Sanctum while she waits for the love of her life, Chaos, to return to her.
Finding shelter with a friend she discovers that the Coven Seekers, witch hunters who want to eliminate supernatural threats are responsible for destroying and capturing the leaders of the main covens. The Coven Seekers have been able to block all magic against them and everyone is in danger. When Chaos finally finds her and they are reunited they both set out to find Diego, Sapphire and the Coven leaders. It will take old enemies and new friends to succeed and Arya learns the hard way that sometimes the enemies are at your door and embracing you as a friend and you never saw them coming until it was too late.
Humans and supernatural’s have to work together to save their homes and their lives. Arya soon comes face to face with people she trusted only to learn the truth about them, a truth that both shocks her and saddens her. A lot is on the line, Chaos’ future since his love for Arya blinds him and allows him to do things Gods are forbidden to do. Arya has a decision to make herself for her friends and what she decides to do is not something I will reveal in this review.
This is a series that must be read in order and each book ends in a cliffhanger. As a reader who hates cliffhangers, I can honestly say that I am not sorry I started this series because cliffhanger or not it held my interest and the endings did not cause me to want to throw my kindle out the window. Secrets, lies and betrayals and a love that sizzles from beginning to end. I can’t recommend this series enough, so if like me you hate cliffhangers put that on the back burner and start this series you won’t be sorry. My only regret is I have to wait for the next chapter.