My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Among brothers or sisters, there is always one of them who becomes a black goat, like there is always a favourite one. I don’t have any favourite among three brothers of Seminus demons (Eidolon, Shade, and Wraith) in the series at first, but from the first and second book, I don’t really like Wraith (though I despise Roag more). He’s a trouble walking, and his brothers should cover and rescue him from every problem he has done. But reading this third book, I should say that it changes all bad perspectives I had about him completely.
Failed to destroy Shade’s life and ended up in a very miserable state, Roag has succeeded in another evil plan to destroy his youngest brother. Wraith gets shot by a very poisonous venom which does not have any cure and he has a very limited time before he dies. The only way to save him from death is to take the charm of a charmed human female, by taking her virginity.
Serena Kelley is very sick. If not because of her charm, she will die. No harm can be done to her as long as she keeps the charm and to do it, she should stay virgin. Until he met dazzling Wraith in disguise, and it seems dying is not a bad choice. How could it be, when the man keeps showering her with love and protection? Not to mention that the man keeps her safe when her charm doesn’t work properly like it should be.
I start falling in love with Wraith right after he agrees to take Serena’s charm to stop and prevent his brother dying as the result of his dying state. And when he is torn between saving his brothers and keeping Serena alive… Well, it turns out that he is a good-hearted demon, and he totally deserves the happy ending he gets.
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