Kayson's greatest enemy, the hell hounds, thrive on Earth and hunt not only the fallen but the blood children created by their Master. After being chased and confronted by one of those very creatures, Kayson’s life becomes complicated. He never expected to be rescued by a vampire named Sabrina. He also never expected to become her protector after she falls prey to a hound’s deadly bite. With the threat of the hounds finding Kayson and the other fallen, Kayson is running out of time. The others are pushing him to leave Sabrina behind, but after all she's done for him, Kayson refuses to abandon her. But will his decision leave his friends vulnerable? Sabrina is conscious enough to sense the struggles that Kayson is facing. If he knew the torture she’s been going through, she knows he would suffer even more. Sabrina silently fights the darkness that is seeping into her dreams, but when the pain becomes too much, Sabrina has to make a choice that may cost not only her life, but the lives of others.
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Raging Storm: Spiritual Discord, 2 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
So this was another really fabulous addition to the series. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first, but that was because a good portion of the first half is told from Kayson's perspective. For some reason Kayson bothers me a bit. It's like he's TOO pure. Yes, he's a fallen angel who's trying to get his wings back, so it's absolutely appropriate. It's just not something that I have an easy time with. One of the fascinating things about this particular book is the way that Lucifer is personally pressuring some of the characters to betray each other. It was terrifying how he tormented them and I can't imagine that happening to me or someone I cared about. His character was actually very interesting and the author handled this very well. A strength of the first book that continues into this book is that the characters are very well drawn. Each character has distinct and different personality traits, and they hold to those traits very consistently. I REALLY REALLY love Braylee! She's so mouthy and fierce. She's actually one of my favorite characters in this book. Sabrina is another, which is actually another reason that I didn't like this book quite as much as the first, she isn't in the first half very much. I missed her. This was a very minor issue however, and the book was a very solid and fun follow up to the first. When I'm reading these books, I get very intensely sucked into them. If you enjoyed the first book, you will absolutely enjoy this book. I can't wait for the next!