- SpinTale Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2018
- Book 2 of Seven Seals Series
Love, like War, will always find a way…
After witnessing one too many senseless human wars, Chago leaves his heavenly quarters to live alone on his isolated Montana ranch, working the land while keeping an eye his assigned mortal Seal host. But when an ancient evil arises, he finds himself seeking comfort in her arms.
Irena Soldan fell for Chago the moment he walked into her family's diner three years prior. The tall brooding man sets her world on fire with his haunted gaze and wicked smile. But when a single heated kiss unleashes her passion, she seizes her chance with Chago, until she discovers he's not the man she thought he was—he's immortal and her sworn Scion guardian.
Chago will stop at nothing to protect Irena and the Seal she hosts, but when an unholy war erupts and she's caught in the crossfire, will he be strong enough to leave the wounds of his past behind and battle for a happily forever after with Irena at his side?
***This book contains characters originally featured in the book Seal of Surrender, which is no longer available. The story has been completely updated, edited, and reimagined for 2018, though some of the basic elements are the same.***
May 28, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
43 people found the following review helpful
SCION'S SURRENDER is the second book in the Seven Seals series, and we meet Chago. He is the Scion of War, and has moved to be close to his host, Irena. She has fallen in love with Chago over the period of three years, but doesn't think she has a chance. That is, until Chago has a bit too much to drink, and confesses his feelings, and what he is.
Like the first book, this is a fast-paced novella that still has plenty of story for you sink your teeth into. Kagan and Mira's story is also involved with this (as the overall story arc) so we see progression with that too, plus appearances by them.
A very good continuation of the series, with a great story for Chago and Irena, a catch up for Kagan and Mira, and an introduction to Wyck. Absolutely recommended by me.
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