- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2018
- Book 4 of Mages of the Nether
Action/Adventure Romance, Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance
Zachary Bradford has spent his whole life running from the future
he's seen, not wanting to accept it. He definitely doesn't want
anything to do with Titus Lucius, the man his parents have
arranged for him to marry, and who he's secretly loved for years.
Titus has been tasked with finding the new Royal Seer. A search
that leads him to his betrothed, Zachary. He must make Zachary
accept both their new relationship, and the future he's running
from. He doesn't have an easy time of it, as Zachary is determined
to keep him at arm's length, and hide from the truth of his own
The final battle for the balance of both our world and the Nether is
finally at hand, and everything hinges on Zachary's ability to see
the future. He must accept fate, even if that means losing the one
person he loves above all.
Jan 23, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
68 people found the following review helpful
POWER OF SIGHT is the fourth, and final, book in the Mages of the Nether series. We finish with Zachary's story. He has the sight, although he has been at great pains to hide this, knowing what he does about the future. His time is up when Titus is appointed to find the new seer. Titus is the one whom Zachary has loved for years. Titus is the one Zachary watches die over and over again, every night when he closes his eyes. It is for this reason he has pushed Titus away, making him think that Zachary hates him. When Titus gets a hint of his own future, he decides that he would sooner spend a few moments with Zachary than live a lifetime alone.
This was a great finale to the story, with all the previous couples playing their part to get Zachary and Titus together. I think that Zachary caved a bit quickly, considering how adamant he was against Titus, and love in all the previous books. However, it still worked. I was drawn into their story, hoping against hope that this time Zachary's vision would prove false. There is a conclusion to the writing, a finalising of the story, which helps to round off this series nicely. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, and the scenes flowed nicely, with the pacing smooth.
I have no hesitation in recommending this book, and the series, if you are looking for a light, yet steamy in places, M/M Fantasy.
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