Fear the Darkness
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 pure-blooded Were whose recent tangles with a demon lord have left... show more
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 pure-blooded 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. 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 Caine now. A deadly enemy bent on destruction is closer than they realize - and only they can keep chaos from ruling the world.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 28th 2012
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
Series: Guardians of Eternity (#9)
Fear The Darkness Guardians of Eternity #9 Genre: Parnormal Romance – Urban Fantasy – Vampires – Werewolves Published: August 28th 2012 by Alexandra Ivy Source: Library Blurb: The Guardians of Eternity are embroiled in an epic battle for survival. They are as dangerous as they are sensual—and ...
I would just like to say…that at some point, I came to dislike the were sisters. I've noticed every time a new one turns up, the ones already known practically corner her and refuse to let her… oh, I dunno… check on her mate, find out what's happening, etc. And, they're all best buddies, even tho...
I gave the book 4 stars because I was just sick and tired of Giaus by the end. I was hoping for more of Caine helping Cassie adjust to the outside world and romance... but the series has come to that point where the whole story doesn't leave as much room for romance as it did in the beginning books.
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