"A darkly delicious hero who had me laughing at his audacity. Vlad is as witty as he is swoony, and as flabbergasting as he is delicious. Five stars!" - KD Robichaux, International Bestselling Author
Eternal, immortal love.
She knew me by another name when the world was young, a name that strikes terror into the hearts of man and monster alike. My wife—the jewel of my kingdom, cossetted in her gardens as a girl and raised to be the perfect queen—dared die in my arms.
But not until I drew from her an oath that she would be reborn.
For millennia I have walked in the sun and I have ruled the darkness, waiting. Some might even say I have gone mad in my longing for what fate dared steal from my grasp.
Until I hear her song and find a treasure buried and forgotten. My Pearl.
Reborn, delicate, damaged, and afraid.
I, who love her above all others, she does not recognize. My bride cowers as if I'd bring her harm.
So she must be wooed, healed, fed, lavished with every pleasure the modern world might offer. She must learn that real love is everlasting, and though I may look every bit the monster, for her, I will strive to be a perfect angel.
THE RELIC contains the darkly romantic culmination of Pearl's HEA, featuring an insane demonic hero who is utterly captivated and sweet as the perfect poison.
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Not sure what to say.
Not for the faint of heart, blood, gore, and lunacy. Pearl is free, at least in a sense, her mind is still toyed with of course and there was never a reunion with Jade. Jade however, got her hea at least. Glad had his funny moments, especially with the Yelp reviews. That and him this devil who is a lost puppy in love.
I was rooting for Pearl the entire time and Addison did not disappoint. This book will blow your mind. Didn't think i could the dark Prince anymore than I did. You will not want to miss this book.
Loved every minute of this. So glad we got to see Pearl and her rescue, if we can call it that. Cathedral was fantastic and this is a great next chapter. I’m this one can be read as a stand-alone, but I do recommend reading the other first. I love all the heat and connections and darkness., as always when it comes to Ms. Cain.