- Extasy Books
- Release Date
- December 2013
- Book 3 of Birds of Prey
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance
Thrown into a world of paranormal of violence, there's only one thing to do: create your own destiny.
Sebastian has been tossed into the thick of a war between the Birds of Prey and Blood Demons. He's heard it all about fate, destiny, and this is how it's going to be. Oh, hell no, it isn't. Sebastian has his connections and will use them to help him and his mate Wren solve the problem of the mates' loss of freedom.
Wren has been drawn to Sebastian since he laid eyes on him. Hurt by his refusal to even be near him, Wren feels at a loss of what to do until he follows Sebastian one night. Wren discovers that Sebastian may have been in this world a lot longer than they all ever knew.
Feb 04, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
116 people found the following review helpful
A very different and wonderfully fresh, new take on the usual shifter story. This one has the addition of some Greek gods and goddesses. The authors have written the characters and a world in a way that is believable and creative, mixing mythology and the paranormal.
Created by the goddess Athena, as her warriors, they are to protect mankind. They are shifters who are one with their birds. To relieve her warriors' loneliness, she's giving each a mate, a man with her mark on them. The Birds of Prey have to find their mates before the Blood Demons find them.
Wren can't figure out why Sebastian doesn't want anything to do with him. Sebastian shuts him down no matter what he does. Is it because his bird is a wren, and not one of the fierce birds of prey? He's ready to give up. Wren is both a seasoned warrior, fierce and proud, but he also has vulnerabilities.
Sebastian is keeping secrets from his friends and from Wren. He thinks he has a good reason to, that if the secrets come out, they wouldn't want to do anything with him.
While Wren and Sebastian try to work out their relationship, they still have to fight the Blood Demons and figure out how or who is helping them find the mates. And all of the Birds of Prey, along with Athena, need to find help in their battle.
This is book number three and, in my opinion, the books do need to be read in order. While the books don't end in a "real" cliffhanger, it is better to have read all the books in order to understand the continuing plotline. Some of the secondary characters introduced in this book are also in line to feature as the main characters in the next book.
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