For thousands of years Oron Vi’Eirson has lived each day trying to keep the pain and devastation caused by his family from hurting his precious baby brother. But despite his best efforts his past has come back to haunt him, placing not only Darian and Amelia in harm’s way, but also his newly found mate.
Isabelle Campbell, or as she likes to be called, Izzy, is a mess. She knows this. It’s never intentional, but somehow her curiosity always seems to run away from her. When her latest gaffe lands her homeless and fired from her favorite barista job she is left little choice but to accept the kindness of some of her favorite customers, little did she know that by doing so, she would find herself starting the biggest adventure of her life!
With kindred spirit Meryn at her side, Izzy takes on the entire fae city to protect the heart of the kindest man she has ever met. If the golden fae think they can get away with hurting her mate, they are sorely mistaken. After all, her new friend likes to electrocute people.
When facing your greatest fear means facing your family, is there any escape? Can Izzy help Oron stand against all odds?
Isabelle Campbell has the worst luck ever. She lost her job and her apartment to fire on the same day. Oron is descended from a family that went feral. Aleks and Brennus are so happy that Izzy and Oron are mated. Meryn loves coffee and has found her new barista and sonic screwdriver, ride or die. Everything seems to be working out for our Unit Commander and his mate and their unit warriors are finding their fantastic mates.
Alanea Alder is a genius
Alanea Alder always makes me laugh but this book had me crying a few times. I couldn’t stop once I started which is always par for the course with her books. I’ve reread this series so many times but I always love them.
Wow! Definitely a drag me to the end kicking and screaming story. This is Izzy and Oron’s boring story. There really wasn’t much to hold my attention long in this story. No action just Izzy dialogue and silly temper tantrum’s. Some stories were tied up with surprising realizations for me. Just a little bit of humor. Izzy was annoying. I was detached from the moment Oron described her. Too similar to Meryn in character and quirkiness. She even has a little brownie character that she adopted. I always felt she needed to draw attention from Meryn. I’m sure that was not intended. Just too many similarities. Absolutely no excitement except for the fight with Izzy, Meryn and the shopkeeper. That was funny. Maybe it will be exciting when the flamethrower arrives.