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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2013

    Great book

    This book is a must to read. Asi was reading it it turned me on and iwould attack my husband lol

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2012

    Love it

    Another great one to the series. Highly rec. it. :)

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Each & every one of these Doomsday Brethren series cannot be put down. I cannot wait each & every time for the next book to come out. Shayla describes each character & story so well, you feel as if you are the character. She takes you through each adventure wanting the book to never be over. She is amazing.

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  • Posted September 16, 2009

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    he latest Doomsday Brethren romantic urban fantasy is a great entry

    Caden MacTavish fled his English home and his magic heritage to live in Texas. However, the only reason he would return home is for his brother Lucan, who is in deep trouble. Apparently his sibling mourns the loss of his beloved Anka taken by the Brethen's enemy Mathias the wizard.

    Wizard chief Bram Rion directs Caden to learn anyway he can what nosy tabloid reporter Sydney Blair of Out of This World knows about the magical species. He assumes very little, but Caden is stunned when he observes Sydney receive as a "gift" the stolen Doomsday Diary that used by the wrong people like Mathias will destroy the Brethren. Caden knows he must retrieve the diary, but also believes the current owner is his probable soul mate.

    The latest Doomsday Brethren romantic urban fantasy (see TEMPT ME WITH DARKNESS) is a great entry due to Caden's predicament; handled deftly by Shayla Black. He understands the mission, but also wonders what will happen to any potential relationship with his mate when he steals the tome because he will do his job as the alternative is worse. Either way he feels personally doomed. With a strong female lead, a despondent brother, a bossy head wizard and a diabolical villain to round out Caden's feeling of hopelessness, fans will relish this strong thriller as the prodigal wizard returns home to face danger from without, from within and mostly from his soulmate.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 12, 2009

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    Doomsday Brethren Paranormal Romance Series is Devastatingly Sexy!

    Devastatingly sexy magic is back big time in Book #2, SEDUCE ME IN SHADOW, of Shayla Black's Doomsday Brethren series for Pocket (Oct. 2009) In the second thrilling installment,
    ex-Marine, Caden MacTavish has renounced his English family's magic and is living far away in Dallas, Texas. However, Caden is forced to return to England because his older brother, Lucan is crazed with mate mourning from losing his beloved, Anka to the evil wizard, Mathias, the immortal Brethren's sworn enemy. Caden just can't lose another brother and agrees to go undercover as a photographer for paranormal tabloid, Out Of This Realm, whose latest scoop on the battle brewing between magickind could destroy the Doomsday Brethren. When Caden arrives at the newspaper's headquarters, he is instantly taken with the feisty, red-haired reporter, Sydney Blair, who has just received an unusual old book for a birthday present from a co-worker. A book Caden recognizes as the powerful Doomsday Diary that head wizard, Bram Rion has reported missing from his home and holds the key to all of magickind! At first, Caden is all business, helping Sydney with her investigative reporting even though he also desperately wants her in his bed. Sydney has never had much luck with men and doesn't think the super sexy Caden is interested in her. However, one night she decides to make a wish on the Doomsday Diary for Caden to desire her. Be careful what you wish for because after these two make passionate love, Sydney discovers Caden's real motives for helping her with her latest story and believes he is just using her. It will take some mighty powerful convincing by Caden to persuade Sydney he might have started their relationship to help his brother and the Doomsday Brethren but now he has fallen in love with her. Caden is also fighting his upcoming magical powers but when Sydney finds out, she wants him to stay in England and use them to help the Doomsday Brethren win the war against Mathias' minions, the Anarki. Shayla Black has another winner on her hands with SEDUCE ME IN SHADOWS as she seduces readers with her sexy Doomsday Brethren and the women that are destined to be their mates. Readers will be breathlessly waiting for the magic to continue in Book #3, POSSESS ME AT MIDNIGHT (Nov. 2009) featuring hardened wizard, Ice Rykard and witch princess, Sabelle Rion.

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