Death Waltz (A Praestani Novel, Book 2) is an Adult Romance Novel and is not appropriate for younger readers due to its mature content. This is the sequel and the conclusion to Dark Waltz.
Dark Creatures have descended upon Earth and Abaddon has taken over. He wants Liasare as his own because she is the Key to the Light. With her by his side, he can use her power to unleash his evil across the universe.
Jurek and Liasare will fight to prevent this. But a Praestani traitor resides among them. Can Jurek teach Liasare to wield her power in time to halt the traitor’s plans? Or will they end up in Abaddon’s clutches, waltzing to their death in this stunning conclusion to Dark Waltz.
Dark Waltz and Death Waltz (The Praestani Novels) are spins offs from The Guardians of Vesturon Series.
About the Author
A.M. Hargrove...After working for years in management in the pharmaceutical industry, I decided to try my hand at writing fiction. As a journalism minor in college, I always had a love for it, but never seemed to have the time to sit down and actually do it. After some major encouragement from my husband, I bit the bullet and as a result, the Guardians of Vesturon came into being. I hope to continue this series and also to branch out into other areas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Like an earlier reviewer I also believe the sex scenes was a bit too much. I did enjoy the book but rated 4 stars because of my previous comment.
I truly enjoyed this journey from the first Guardian story to the final Waltz. This series was well written with great plots, imagery, and character development. There are some minor errors of spelling (like site instead of sight)but they were few. Unlike all the other books, there was lots of hot sex and foul language. The twists blindsided me, they were not expected. I did want a little more during the fight scenes, but they weren't bad. There was just a lot put into Liasare's changes, and you saw it during training, but she really was not given the opportunity to show it towards the enemies( Xanthians, minions, dark creatures, etc). Overall, Hargrove has quickly become one of my favorites because of this series. This is definitely a book that I will revisit many times.... not just this book, but the entire series. It is a bittersweet thing to know that this was the last book. If you have not read Dark Waltz, I recommend you read it first. I don't think you have to read the Guardian series first, but I think it would give you greater insight to all of the characters and their connections. P.S. What about Tommy and Tak? I would love to know their stories.