Believer in what you can't see
The best part is how lovable Reyes is. Even though he is the demon of pain, he has learn to control the demon enough to only hurt himself. He always thinks of what his action will do to someone else.
The best part of the story is how Reyes takes care of Danika. He makes sure she has everything she needs and tries to protect her from his demon's violence nature.
He doesn't want Danika's nature to change because of who he is and he tries to avoid having sex with her because he doesn't want Danika to have to hurt him to bring him pleasure, but surprisingly she doesn't have to.
Reyes is my favorite in this story. Although his task is great, he does whatever it takes to do the right thing.
The most moving moment is when Reyes losses Danika and he is besides himself, but he is still compassionate toward others, especially Danika's Mom, Grandma and sisters.
I love the idea of beings that are possessed by emotions and behaviors that we all have and how the characters deal with them.
I enjoyed this 3rd book of the Lords of the Underworld. Reyes' story is very romantic. The love scenes were adequate. If you are into this type of story, it won't be a wasted credit.
I purchase all of the books in the series and loved them all. The story is enthalling, the characters... well lets just say "NICE". I highly recommend these books.
OMG! Never had a hero pulled this many emotions out of me! One minute, Reyes made me want to cry and hold him, then two minutes later I think he is the strongest warrior I have seen. The Warrior of Pain was a true pleasure. I was glad to see him with Danika, someone to take care of his wounds, and give him a few if needed. This book is worth a few re-reads.
From the start of the series I have been waiting to listen to the story of Reyes and Danika. What a great story Gena weaves and you definitely get to know these characters in prior books so you are looking forward to more when their books are up. The series continues to get better with each book. Book one starts a little to slow for my taste but the ending made up for the slow start. Book two was much better and this 3rd book even better. More action and mystery with less slow spots.
Like I said before, book one had me looking forward to Reyes' story and it was worth the wait.