Guardians of Eternity #10
Genre: Paranormal Romance – Urban Fantasy – Vampires
Published May 28th 2013
THE SEARCH FOR A TRAITOR
As the demon world celebrates the defeat of the Dark Lord, the vampire Santiago’s mood remains bleak. He still yearns for the sensual, raven-haired Nefri, who has inexplicably disappeared. But brooding for Nefri is a luxury that Santiago does not have. His traitorous sire, Gaius, is unleashing a violent scourge upon the mortal world, and Santiago must stop him before it’s too late…
LEADS TO A DANGEROUS SEDUCTION
To her dismay, the all-powerful Oracles have sent Nefri on her own mission to find Gaius, and failure is not an option. Nefri’s search leads her to the vampire’s abandoned lair—and straight into Santiago’s path. It’s clear Santiago intends to seduce her, but then an ancient, banished evil reappears, threatening to thrust the world into a madness it cannot survive…
~ 4.5 Darkness Avenged Stars ~
Darkness Avenged is book ten in the Guardians of Eternity series by Alexandra Ivy. AIvy has squeezed loads of awesomeness into this installment. It’s full of action, romance, and plot twists and turns.
Santiago and Nefri had to team up in the last book, Fear the Darkness, to help stop the Dark Lord, so ever since that team up both have not been able to get the other off their minds. Santiago is a sexy alpha male that would make any girl droll. I was total enthralled and loved every minute of Darkness Avenged. Not only do we get Santiago and Nefri, but AIvy does an amazing job foreshadowing/setting us up for our next couple, Sally & Roke. I loved having two couples in this novel. The twists and surprises kept me glued to the pages. Levet is also back and his usually self. I was also fascinated by the Oracle and evil plot that is in this story.
Darkness Avenged is a fabulous read in the Guardians of Eternity series. I could not put it down and had to pick up the next book, Hunt the Darkness, just to learn about our next couple. So good! I highly recommend this book and series! Each book can be read as a standalone.
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