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Silas stole Ezra’s future, freedom, and spirit with soft words and sympathy. Fabian forged him into a soulless demonic toy who considered humans nothing but prey.
It had taken a century, plus the sweet trust and love of a human, to prove there was more to life than existing.
The supernatural council gave him an ultimatum. Spend another year in Fabian’s cellar or give evidence by experiencing that hellish decade again, via magic?
A day to win his freedom, to prove Fabian’s guilt and make the vampire suffer as he had done. A day to damn Silas.
Can Ezra survive the vampires again, condemn his first love for the sake of his second?
Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2020
My heart cannot take this roller coaster of a ride the author has me on. First I love Ezra, then I cannot stand the demon, and now my heart breaks for what he has suffered. Knowing he has come out of it with the ability to still love Finn beautiful. I just cannot stop reading this series.
Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2020
Dark, dark, dark book. This is the fourth book of a series and it shouldn't be read as a stand alone.
In this book we get to see Ezra's torture as he relives it... And it is excruciating! I had to put the book down at times because it was just too much for me. It is super valuable information, don't get me wrong, but it is not meant for the faint of heart.
Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2018
I actually had to wait to write this review because it is so intensely emotional. Make sure to have tissue and preferably chocolate on hand. Part of me wanted to yell at the author because wow, that was amazing but it was so powerful and extracted my emotions so much that by the end the only way I was able to push through a book hangover was knowing book 5 was available.
Normally I would go into a little more detail on character development and world building at this point. I find myself unable to really do that other than to say it was flawless and I'm not sure how Emma Jaye is able to create magic like this but it is highly addictive.
The storyline was full of twists once again and had me ready to fight on the behalf of both main characters. I was held emotionally hostage by this book and needed to know more about everything. Emma Jaye gave a fiery story that gave me exactly what I needed. Though perhaps I could have done with less tissue to stop my tears. That angst though, nobody is as skilled as this author as doing it.
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