During the course of his long life as an immortal wizard, Havoc has seen it all, done it all. Getting rid of an old enemy is a small price to pay to protect those he loves, and his family is the only reason he still hasn't gone to the grave.
Havoc knew Gale never viewed him as a father figure like his brothers. He knows what Gale wants, but Havoc refuses to give in. Gale doesn't know about his bloody past or the monster he used to be. When old sins and buried ghosts begin to resurface, he expects Gale to start running, but Gale refuses to back down. If Gale continues heading down this destructive path, Havoc is afraid it isn't just his heart Gale's going to wreck. He's going to undo them both.
I was fortunate to get the first three books in this series at a time because each one leads into the next. I'm not desperate to get the next one, but I will listen to it if I get the opportunity.
The plot is easy to follow and the characters are well-done. I don't feel like the characters or story needs to be fleshed out or that it drones on. Overall, it has a good pace and the author has plenty of creativity and writing skill. I recommend these books to anyone who likes the paranormal m/m genre. If you can't stand cliff hangers, don't listen to the epilogue unless you have the next one.
Peter Verbena did a great job. Like in the previous books, I could tell the characters apart, the voice was pleasant, and the pacing was good. I look forward to hearing more from this narrator.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
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