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Book four in New York Times best-selling author Dianna Love’s new series in the Belador world continues with explosive changes.

In TÅμr Medb’s library, Casidhe discovers she doesn’t know Daegan at all. While Daegan battles to survive a satyr attack, a preternatural being offers him a chance to live, but at a price only a dying man would take. Reese is blindsided by the one person she thought she could depend upon at her worst moment. 

Atlanta is overrun by demons being created by an unknown supernatural with a hidden agenda, and Daegan’s time to save three Beladors facing execution by a VIPER Tribunal runs out.

With hours left to prevent the execution of three Beladors locked beneath VIPER headquarters, Daegan and Quinn race a clock no one can stop ticking. 

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Daegan seems to be taking one step forward and at least two steps back in this thrilling instalment of this excellent series. Just when he thinks he has solved the problem, he finds that things have moved on elsewhere and faces many choices pulling in different directions. Cant wait for next months book!

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  • 12-01-21

Truncated story lines to keep books short

The story lines are barely being spelled out or given enough information or attention before jumping to the next one in order to keep the books short. Love the overall story but there is so much going on which doesn't get the attention it deserves before the book abruptly stops and the reader has to wait for the next book.