Yet there is one last hope. Gifted in a way other humans can’t – or won’t – understand, Cara Thornhart is the key to both this Horseman’s safety and his doom. But involving Cara will prove treacherous, even beyond the maddening, dangerous desire that seizes them the moment they meet. For staving off eternal darkness could have a staggering cost: Cara’s life.
Ares was an interesting guy: complex, caring and totally unlike how you expect War to be. Cara was OK, but something about her didn’t sit right with me. It struck me as odd that she was a frightened mouse in the beginning – understandable after her home invasion experience – but by the end, just a few days later, she was an insatiable coughslutcough. I never thought I would say this, but I even thought there was too much smexy time at the end. Sure, it was hot as Hades, as all Ione’s books are, but by the end I was just going “get it over with, already”.
I suspect I will enjoy the second book in this series better as it features Arik, whom we already know from the Demonica series, and Limos (Famine) who seems like a fun chick. The first chapter was a teaser at the end of this book and looks a riot from the first word. I’m willing to give it a try, because it’s Ione and I love her.