An apocalypse approaches in the new novel from bestselling author Shayla Black's electrifying Doomsday Brethren series, as a magical warrior and a spirited witch ignite a smoldering passion that could destroy them both.
As a mysterious dark cloud drains the life of her beloved brother, Doomsday Brethren leader Bram, Sabelle Rion can think of little else. Still, every time she meets Ice Rykard's intense green gaze, her body aches with need for the sexy warrior. Their attraction is explosive, incredible -- and forbidden. As dangerous as he is unpredictable, Ice is her brother's sworn enemy. But as Bram weakens, a more sinister force is gaining power.Evil Mathias and his ruthless Anarki army are on a bloodthirsty hunt for the Doomsday Diary. Sabelle must guard the potent book with her life -- and Ice vows to protect the beautiful witch with his. Duty demands that Sabelle deny her lover's fiery call of possession and mate with a man who can sway the magical Council against the impending rebellion. With the fate of magickind hanging in the balance, will she forsake the burning desires she can't ignore or turn her back on her people for the courageous man she can't resist? (courtesy of amazon)
Book 3 and Shayla Black is still coming on strong with this series. So far, this has been my favorite. The passion and denial between Sabelle and Ice, the battle and chase, the back story on both Ice and Bram, none of it was lacking. Black delivers the same erotic passion between her lead characters. Sabelle had me a little aggravated at times, but that's just because Ice is one of my favorite Brethren.
Still in the midst of battling for their safety, Ice has the one piece that may lead them to victory. His powerful weapon is right inside - amazing! Finally Ice gets what he's longed for, in more ways than one. I was on the edge of my seat as Mathias and Ice duke it out.
Over and over again Black delivers in this series. I love what I read, most of it anyway :), there are a few authors that command me to dig in and hold on to the book the way Black has done. She's now on my must read list, up there with Kenyon, Hamilton, Dare, Ward, Adrian, Mead just to name a few.