Fear The Darkness
Guardians of Eternity #9
Genre: Parnormal Romance – Urban Fantasy – Vampires – Werewolves
Published: August 28th 2012
by Alexandra Ivy
The Guardians of Eternity are embroiled in an epic battle for survival. They are as dangerous as they are sensual—and their lustful appetites are legendary…
Her Visions Lead Her To Danger
Beautiful Cassandra is a Were, a prophet both vulnerable and defiant, blessed with visions that portend the fate of the world. A rare and delicate creature, Cassie must be protected at all costs. Enter Caine, a powerful cur turned pureblooded Were whose recent tangles with a demon lord have left him in serious need of redemption. Caine is duty-bound to keep Cassie out of danger—and that means resisting his potent urge to seduce her.
And Only He Can Save Her
As Cassie’s mysterious visions lead them in and out of danger, Caine believes he has found his true mate, the woman with whom he is bound for all eternity. Cassie is both charmed and frightened by Caine’s magnetism, and unsure if he—or her feelings for him—can be trusted. But Cassie can’t afford to doubt Cain now. A deadly enemy bent on destruction is closer than they realize—and only they can keep chaos from ruling the world.
- 4 Fear The Stars -
Fear The Darkness is book nine in the Guardians of Eternity series by Alexandria Ivy.
This is Caine and Cassie’s story, who where introduced in Beyond the Darkness and have had little features in installments after. I have been waiting to get their story and Ms. Ivy did not disappoint. In Bound By Darkness everyone was looking for Cain and Cassie. Here we get to see their journey and what became of them. We also get to learn about Cain’s history before he became a Cur. Levet still brings humor to the story and surprises us with they role he plays. As always we get a unique adventure with some big surprises.
Everything is coming to a head with the prophecies, the big bad, a bloody battle with all key players in attendants and more. I am enjoying this series, the characters, plot direction and world. Each book builds on each other and are best read in order.
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