There is no escaping a Reaper. I am an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I’m coming for you…
My duty to Death drives me forward. I've never once strayed from my path – not even when the future seemed uncertain. However, Maeve's intelligence, cunning and determination challenges me in ways I never imagined. Finding out what she knows is the key to learning how to conquer our enemy. The Dark Fae breathes new life into me unlike anything I've ever known. For Maeve, I will risk trusting the Dark. For her...I will battle darkness itself.
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Ok, Maeve was awesome! I've mentioned many times before that I love the heroines who can really kick butt, and Maeve can kick some serious butt. She is going to make a great addition to the upcoming war. I also like the mystery surrounding her.
Bradach is part of the Reaper group that was kept secret for awhile so he's fairly new. He has a hatred for the Dark Fae, and for him to work with the Dark Fae King and Maeve was not done lightly. I like that his reaction to her was instant despite how he feels about the dark and he didn't really fight it.
I'm getting anxious to get to the final battle. I'm ready to see how this is all going to come together. There is so many players to this that it seems like one big chess game. I don't know how to play chess and I don't know how where this is going next.
Dark Alphas Redemption
As always it was a magnificent journey into the lives of the Reapers! Love Love Love!
Keeps you on your toes
In a world where we think we are aware of everything around us, we have no idea. Book 7 in Donna Grant's Reaper series, did not disappoint. Not everyone is as they seem. Maeve, a dark fae lives a solitary, protected life. Protected, because she trusts no one. Because in her world, opening yourself up means death. Bradach is a solitary Reaper who trusts no one due to the deceit in his former life. The last thing he wants is to team up with a dark. But when they do in a quest to find the light queen, they get more than they bargained for, there are fireworks. Both are taught to not judge a book by its cover.
Though it could be read as a stand alone, there is a lot of storyline in the first 6 books that help you understand where the characters are, and why the characters are. I love that in each novel, the spirit is kept alive. Along with the previous books, the plot line doesn't dwindle, the characters are energetic and well developed. I can't wait to see what happens next.