Can She Trust Her Heart To Her Ravens Or Is The Pain From Her Past Too Fresh…Too Much Or Will These Fierce Saviors Save Her And Themselves?
SHE KNEW ALL ABOUT PAIN…Jaklyn Marx learned at a young age what pain was at the hands of her father. For seventeen years she'd lived with the physical scars, and the knowledge that she was a latent wolf. When she meets two men who claimed she was meant to be theirs, she ran.
THEY KNEW ALL ABOUT WAITING…Gray and Colt had been searching for their Fated for thousands of years. When she ran they were prepared to do anything to find her and keep her, even call on a goddess for help.
THE PAST WASN'T MEANT TO STAY GONE…Just when the trio finds happiness a demon from their past threatens to destroy them. Jaklyn refuses to allow her father to take anything else, especially her newfound love for the two men who save her past, present, and future.
LOVE WILL TEST THEIR BONDS…They will need more than just love to defeat Seamus and his tainted pack. They'll need the help of all the Ravens and a god or two in order to destroy something Cronus created.
More than two worlds collide in this thrilling third installment of Elle Boon's Ravens of War series…and these larger than life warriors turn up the heat along with some shifter friends who will have you laughing, and scratching…well I'll let you read to find out the details.
Content Warning: Crazy demonesses (We've already decided that is a word…'cause I made it up), Zeus is so unlike any you've heard of, and piles of sexy demi-gods and shifters who play videogames and talk about rusty trombones "cough". Intended for mature audiences.
Previously Published through Siren Publishing.
I really enjoyed this third installment of the Ravens of War! In this book we get the love story of Jaklyn, Colt, and Gray. Jaklyn is a very strong character and she is only complimented by Colt and Gray. They must battle for their lives with the help of old friends. Will these three be able to overcome the dark forces, and forge a life together? I love the glimpses of the other Ravens, their women, and Zeus of course.