Review: Darkness Unleashed (Guardians of Eternity, #5) by Alexandra Ivy

Darkness Unleashed - Alexandra Ivy
Darkness Unleashed
A scarred recluse, Jagr makes no secret of his disdain for others’ company. But now, as a member of Chicago’s powerful vampire clan, he has certain obligations to fulfill. The latest: track down a missing were pureblood and return her to her sister. The problem: Regan Garrett has no intention of complying.


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~ 5 Darkness Unleashed Stars ~ 

After meeting Jagr in Darkness Revealed I wanted to read his story. Alexandra Ivy delivered a sexy gorgeous hero, courageous heroine, sly humor, action, suspense and hot passion. I crave this series like I crave ice cream. I am total hooked and always ready to read more.

I had so much fun reading Darkness Unleashed. I feel in love with Jagr right from the beggining and wanted to know everything about him. What happened to him? Why does he stay away from his fellow vampires? All of the things I wanted to know Ms. Ivy delivered to me as well as a great heroine who total complemented Jagr. I so do enjoy when both the hero and heroine fit together. 

Regan kicked ass even with her troubled past she learns to over come it. She has a whole heap of issues and with Jagr’s past he is the right person/vampire to help her come to terms with all those issues. I enjoyed her character growth and development over the story and how meeting Jagr changed her and that she realizes her priorities have changed. Ms. Ivy also brings sly humor to this story in the form of a little gargoyle named Levet(I love this gargoyle) and of course I did enjoy the real life references to people, tv shows, etc. She had me laughing, but she also had me pulled into the characters story and how it would all turn out. We feel what they are feeling. By the time they have their intimate moment there is something more, something deeper then the physical. 

I am looking forward to the next book in Alexandra Ivy’s Guardians of Eternity series. I will say that this book can be read as a standalone and it’s not necessary to read the other’s first, but you will get much more enjoyment out this book and the series if read in order.


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Check out my reviews on When Darkness ComesDarkness Everlasting, and Darkness Revealed