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Knox and Harper's story continues as the Las Vegas lair - and its two infamous Co-Primes - face their most terrifying enemy yet....

Together, Harper and Knox have overcome just about every evil thing you can think of - from Horsemen of the Apocalypse, to dark magic practitioners, to Lucifer's insistent belief that he's hilarious. They're looking forward to some well-earned downtime - until Harper is attacked by mercenaries in the middle of her tattoo shop.

Worse still, the attackers are trying to take her wings - the ones no one is meant to know she even has. It's a near miss, and once a furious Knox has managed to pull his demon back into line there's only one thing clear - someone knows Harper's secrets and is systematically setting out to destroy her. It seems likely that someone is the third Horseman - but how do they know so much about Harper?

It seems the impossible might be true - they have an enemy hiding at the very heart of the lair. To survive, Harper will need to embrace power that's darker than she's ever experienced, and even Knox can't protect her from everything - though God knows nothing's going to stop him trying. The stakes have never been higher....

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Suzanne Wright (P)2017 Tantor

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Another great addition!

Knox and Harper always keep me engaged. such an amazing story! hope to listen to a book 4 soon. I want to read more about baby Asher!

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Section Missing

There is a section missing in the early chapters. I guess I’ll just have to guess what was missed. Good luck!

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Great Distraction

Love books that come in series, wish the story or characters would give more books. Disappoinment is the feeling I get finding out this story has only 3 books = I did like the series !

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I hope it's not the end!

I love this 3rd book. it gets more intense and the characters are just as crazy.

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Boring. Repetitious , did I say boring

Three quarters of the book was a repeat of the 2 previous books. Harper getting kidnap was predictable.

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I agree with the other reviewers

I did enjoy the third book, in this series. It's nice to have all three books focus on the same relationship instead of their being a new couple every book. It allows you to get to know the characters better. It also allows the author to get to the meat of the story, faster, since time introducing the characters, to the reader, isn't necessary. That being said, as I was reading other reviews, comments were made about the author wasting too much time reminding readers of events in the previous books. I realize the author was trying to make sure that anyone that started reading this series, with this book, would know whys and what fors, but for those of us that had read the previous books, it became minaughtness.
-V from Kansas

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