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- Publication Date: January 30, 2017
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Marco and Amanda--the ultimate power couple--are facing an enemy even greater than Mikhail the Bear and Mr. Day, with an army of minions that can level entire cities. With their own rag-tag army of vampires, humans, and lycanthropes, Marco and Amanda prepare for the battle of their lives while struggling with their ever-growing attraction... and the consequences that arise from giving in to it.
Strong, multi-dimensional characters make this series compelling and riveting. Add to that elements of intrigue, fight scenes so well-written that they read like a movie scene in the reader's mind, and a romance that burns up the pages without "going there", with a healthy dose of humor and intellect and this series is a winner all the way around.
Can't wait for the next book!
Merle Kraft certainly gets to show off quite a bit in this volume. The reader gets to see more of his abilities--though HOW he does them is still left a mystery. Clearly, there is more to the Krafts left to discover--Merle, and the rest of his family. Definitely something I am looking forward to.
Finn continues his detailed fight sequences, and Marco and Amanda continue their budding (yet awkward) relationship. The foe this time is no less persistent than in "Murphys Law," though figuring out who is giving out the orders is part of the fun of this book and I imagine the later volumes.
The details don't matter. They are interesting, though, and involve a lot of people being blown up, shot, stabbed, sprayed with holy water, and firebombed. Keep in mind, though, that none of that really matters. The only thing that matters is the love story between Amanda and Marco.
And they're both such idiots about the whole thing. Marco has SOME excuse for that; he's only 19 years old. All 19 year olds are idiots about love; they simply haven't had enough time to learn any better. Amanda, however, has no excuse: she's well over a century in age.
Children, let me explain this to you: love consists of passion and commitment. That's all it is. The couple are quite aware of their passion for each other; it has been there from the beginning. But in this case, neither of them has an excuse for not understanding the aspect of commitment, because both of them are devout Catholic. I'm not, and I have no specific knowledge about any religious instruction they have received, but if they are unaware of the sacrament of marriage, then I'm a chocolate Easter Bunny.
I don't understand why their friendly and lethal parish priest hasn't taken them aside and started them on premarital counseling. Instead, they are continually finding themselves in close physical circumstances, smashing their heads on the ethical limitations imposed by their faith. Now, it is essential that they stay within those limits. It is because they have devoted themselves to living lives of righteousness that they haven't been subverted to the dark side. And it's not like they have to figure this thing out by themselves; they have managed to surround themselves with older, wiser counsel. Why none of those has stepped forth and taken matters in hand is beyond my understanding.
Maybe in the next book...