“I can’t bring you into the light and I don’t want to stay in the darkness anymore just because you want company. I can’t fix you.”
I received an ARC Copy of this book and voluntary read and reviewed:
This book drew me in from page one and I was unable to put it down. I love the dynamic between Nava and Rohan, they both have so much emotional baggage that they have a hard time just letting the other in. You can tell they both like/want each other but are both to stubborn to admit it.
This book takes place back at the the brotherhood in Vancouver, where Ari and Nava have a mission together. In this mission they have to figure out who is causing relatively healthy young individuals to have heart attacks. Ari takes lead in this mission that causes Nava to try and take matters into her own hands. Which of course results in bad decisions, arguments, and tests of relationships.
Throughout this book you get to see how the lines in good vs evil are not just black and white but grey. You see that maybe not all demons are bad ( Leo for example) and people like nava are accepting that but Ari is having a hard time coming to grips. And unfortunately no more questions are answered about the brotherhood and more questions are brought about! I really enjoyed this book and truthfully can’t wait for the next installment! I want more Nava and Rohan, and hopefully more questions answered!
I lay my palm on his cheek. “Aw, Snowflake.” “Don’t you dare pity me.” “I don’t. I understand you.”