July 22nd 2015
ARC copy from author
Baal is a demon that likes to make his own rules and the thought of being tied down to only one woman makes his skin itch. When he rescues the human Ranata from becoming a sacrificial lamb, he gets more than he bargained for. With Hades insisting his fate is to bond with the beautiful female, he can either resist or risk losing his heart.
One minute Ranata is tending bar in a small hole in the wall, and the next she fears for her life. When a sexy demon comes along and saves the day, his golden eyes and hard body make him difficult to resist. With her sister in the clutches of the enemy, she must plan a daring rescue. Fate however, has other plans. Will she choose the path destiny has laid out for her?
~ 4.5 Divine Passion Stars ~
Divine Passion is a novella #3.5 in the Guardians series by Valerie Twombly. If you love a verity of supernatural creatures, magic, adventure and romance then you will love the Guardians.
I loved Divine Passion. Baal is one HAWT demon. He is dead set on being a ladies man and never settling down or opening up his heart to anyone every again. Ranata takes everything in stride and is one tough cookie. We get a few surprises along the way on who she is and her family. These two broke my heart at times. They go into their mating without love, but they both learn that it is impossible to not open up your heart to your true mate. I loved watching these two work together, but also I had tears because of there no love at the beginning.
The author does a great job keeping you entertained and engrossed in the plot and characters. We get to revisit our favorite Guardians as well as learn a little more about Lucan and what is possibly in-store for him. Such a great cast of characters, plot and supernatural creatures. This is a quick, fast-paced, and sexy read for fans of this series. The epilogue was phenomenal and left me wanting more.
*Disclaimer: Review copy provided by Author with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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