New York Times bestselling author Jaime Rush brings us the third book in her paranormal series about dragons, angels, and dark magic.
Kye knows that her boyfriend Kasabian is in grave danger, investigating a series of kidnapped children. She knows he's pushing her away for her own safety, but she won't let him face it alone.
Kasabian will risk anything to rescue the children, and he has a bold plan to allow himself to be taken hostage by the kidnapper, Silva. While he tries to reason with Silva, Kye is racing again time to discover where the kidnapper is holding him.
If Kye is reunited with Kasabian, will their combined powers be enough? The fate of the Crescents-and Kye and Kasabian's hearts-hang in the balance.
This second installment of Rush's Hidden series (after Magic Possessed) doesn't veer from the dark fantasy romance formula: multiple types of paranormal entities, led by a group with a hidden agenda, an egomaniacal rogue character involved in nefarious goings-on, and a fate-bonded hero and heroine who must stop him and save the day. Kye is a Deuce, or witch; Kasabian is a Caido descended from a fallen angel whose father is kidnapping paranormal children and conducting deadly experiments on them. Their banter and chemistry make them terrific leads (particularly Kasabian). But in an effort to bring freshness to the formula, Rush overcompensates with absurdity; for example, the various paranormals must live in Miami to feed off the leftover energy of their onetime home base in the Bermuda Triangle. It's not clear whether the series will sink or swim, but right now it's floundering.