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Released: May 17 2016
Series: Reapers #3
“DARK ALPHA’S DEMAND is my favorite book in the series. It has everything from mystery and intrigue to exceptional romance and suspense. If you like fae, then you’ll definitely love this book.”
~ Under the Covers
In the third book of the Reaper series by Donna Grant, things are really starting to get interesting. So far, the DARK ALPHA’S DEMAND is my favorite book in the series. It has everything from mystery and intrigue to exceptional romance and suspense. If you like fae, then you’ll definitely love this book.
Talin is the hero of this book and oh man, he’s a delicious one. There was something about him that really stood out against all the other heroes in the series so far. Perhaps its the mystery of who he is or maybe it was just the difference in the backdrop of this story, but from the very first page I found myself immersed in this storyline.
Neve is another exceptional character. I liked her immediately and there was something very ethereal and alluring about her character. She’s soft but also strong at the same time and when she becomes suddenly poisoned, Talin must act quickly before he loses her forever.
Grant’s writing paired with this particular world is a perfect match. She was really able to capture their romance from the very beginning and with everything else that is happening, that can be tough to do. If you’ve read Grant before then you know that she writes very complex worlds that tie into one another. So to have the romance be as strong as it is in this one is an incredible feat, especially since Talin is actually there to spy on Neve.
If you are interested in trying out this series, I’d suggest starting at the beginning. The world is growing and with that comes more backstory that can be shared and understood in one book. But trust me, it’ll be all worth it in the end.
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