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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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This is the story of Luka and Brady, both of whom we meet in book 8, Defend. One of the cool things this author does that's a little unusual is show us a scene in one book and then again from a different point of view in another. For example, in Defend, a hockey player asks Luka to go get his friend who is in the stadium to watch a game and so Luka gets him and brings him to the Club Box. In this book we see the same event happen but it's from Luka's POV. There are a couple of scenes like that and I enjoyed them a lot because I was able to contrast them with seeing them in a prior book from a different POV.
When Luka and Brady become involved, it is SMOKING hot. They really are perfect for each other: our humble, super-smart geek and our sweet, super-smart bodyguard. The realizations that come to Brady (about Luka and his father) prove how intelligent Brady is and how beaten down Luka has been. (Happily, he has Brady to build him back up to where he absolutely belongs.) Without giving away anything, choices that Luka makes closer to the end of the story had me cheering inside and *almost* made up for the tears I cried during parts of this book.
I see that some people think this book is out of order and should have come before Defend (book 8). I thought about that, but I think if Clip came first, people would have seen bits of Nathan and Derringer and then claimed their story should have come first. The bottom line is these two stories overlap in time and the reader loses nothing in reading them in this order.
But, if you haven't read that book yet then this book is a five star read. It was by far the most heartbreaking and intense of the series! Brady and Luca were so cheated out of live both by Luca's father and by each other but stick with it because their HEA is so worth it.
And I have to say that I love Hawke, Jamie and the parents.