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review 2017-02-03 16:09
ARC Review: Eternal Ecstasy (Guardians of the Realms #10) by Setta Jay
Eternal Ecstasy - Setta Jay
Originally featured at Angel's Guilty Pleasures
Eternal Ecstasy 

 Guardians of the Realms #10  
 Setta Jay  
 Erotic Paranormal Romance - Adult 18+  
 Setta Jay, LLC  
 January 30th 2017  
 ARC Review Copy  


* This is the finale of the Guardians and the Realms series and is not meant to be read as a standalone title *


As the ruling God of Thule, Hroarr's priority is the survival of his world. Gifted with the ancient ability of sjá, he has seen the birth and destruction of hundreds of worlds. This incredible power comes at an enormous cost, yet its toll seems to ease in the presence of a hauntingly seductive healer from Earth.


Sirena’s life is comprised of duty. Duty to her Guardian family, to healing those of her world and, most of all, the overwhelming duty to right the wrongs of her secret and vile bloodline. With everything on her plate a ruthless warlord God from another world is the last thing she needs, no matter what fate and her heated body demands. 


Will a dark Destroyer of Worlds bring upon the end of Earth and Thule or will two strong-minded beings fight and discover their own eternal ecstasy? 


Warning: Take one possessive, dirty talking Warrior God and one smart, no nonsense Healer; combine and shake things up for explosive results and scorching content meant for mature audiences!




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Eternal Ecstasy is the final installment in the Guardians of the Realms series by Setta Jay. It’s all been leading up to this one explosive world altering event for the Guardians.


It’s always sad to say goodbye to characters that have entertained you. I do hope that we might get to return to this world again; either with novellas or a spin-off. The world has been fascinating, the characters are memorable, and the writing is fantastic.


Sirena, I have loved her since the moment she was introduced. She is such a workaholic and devoted to what she does. Hroarr, Alpha and Dominate. His word is law. This couple just didn’t seem to connect like the others did for me. I didn’t feel that soul mate bond between them. Their mating was not the typical mating we have seen in the other books. I liked that it was different and their romance was super-heated, but my issue and reluctance with this couple is due to Hroarr. At first he was too much, but once their mating started to progressing things changed and he ended up not being so bad. I still don’t love him, but I don’t hate him either. It’s middle ground for me with Hroarr.


I loved all the mind-blowing surprises we got. Some were happy and some were heartbreaking. The ending epilogue was: Wonderful! Sweet! Adorable! It gave us a look at the life of all the Guardians and Mates. Awww!


What a wonderful series and a lovable end. I highly recommend the Guardians of the Realms to those who love unique worlds, characters, and a lot of steamy romance.


Rated: 4 Stars


*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Setta Jay with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.


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Owner/Review and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. However what I am not is a writer. I apologize now for the grammatical and punctuation errors I make, because I know I’m going to make them. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. My favorite animals are horses. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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review 2016-04-19 19:08
Binding, Searing, & Divine Ecstasy
Binding Ecstasy - Setta Jay
Searing Ecstasy (The Guardians of the Realms Book 7) - Setta Jay,BookBlinders
Divine Ecstasy (The Guardians of the Realms Book 8) - BookBlinders Reviews,Setta Jay

Binding Ecstasy, Searing Ecstasy, and Divine Ecstasy are books 6-8 in Setta Jay's Guardians of the Realms series. If you've been following my reviews, you'll know that while I started reviewing these books separately, I've done 4 & 5 together and now 6, 7, & 8. It's mostly because the books really started setting me off. Rape, kidnapping, social isolation, borderline Stockholm Syndrome...So anyway, here's the last three books in the series.


Binding Ecstasy is the story of Bastien finding his mate. Natasha & Nastia are sisters, bred by Apollo to be his assassins. They have an interesting power, that they can turn to mist to attack, and Nastia has some abilities to "blur" the minds of the humans they encounter. Natasha & Nastia run an "adult" club, and are trying to stay as far under the radar as they possibly can, to avoid being found by the Guardians and exiled to Terartos.


Apollo was released from his chamber in the last book, and the sisters discover this. They're hell bent on capturing and killing him for all the torture he put them through. Unfortunately, the Guardians have other plans for Apollo. Natasha & Bastien have the typical meet/touch/mate/bond thing. No fussing, no fighting, just acceptance. Their powers blend, and they both become stronger. Just like all the other mated pairs.


For the added excitement, a rift to another world opens up, and just as the Guardians are about to capture Apollo, the warriors from the other world capture him and disappear.



Searing Ecstasy is Drake & Delia's story for the most part, but the mating between Sander & Nastia happens too. Delia was kidnapped by Cyril in an earlier book, and mated to others by Cyril in order to try to break the mating spell. But because Delia is completely broken, she & Drake can't mate. Because she has another beast and a "shadow" inside her, it's believed that mating with Drake and getting his dragon will kill her. So there's a bunch of angst over that whole thing.


The Guardians decide to release Hades in order to find Apollo. They figure because they're brothers, Hades should be able to locate Apollo, the Guardians catch him, and put him into a stasis chamber. Yeah, no. Apollo is missing. The link is there, but Hades gets nothing from Apollo. Hades eventually finds Delia and "fixes" her, so that she & Drake can mate to end all that drama.


Nastia & Sander realize they're also supposed to be together, but they fight the touching/mating/bonding as much as possible. As is expected when they fight the mating frenzy, they wind up being complete jerks to everyone as well as being taken off most patrols and such because they can't focus. Eventually they give in, and the rest of the mating happens.



Divine Ecstasy is Hades & Sacha. Sacha is in what amounts to a coma, ever since inhaling the poison of a special hellbeast. Hades gets damaged in a fight, and on his way down to the healing chambers, he gets compelled to walk into her room. He realizes she's his mate, and he wakes her up. Sacha was tortured by the Gods, so she's got all kinds of issues to work through, especially when her mate is a God. So Hades takes it gently and at the pace Sacha needs.


This book gives us new subplots, one from the Tria (a set of triplets that were banished to the Hell realm because they're horrible.), and we're introduced to Thule. Thule is another world vaguely similar to this set of realms, but the "ruling parties" are a little different. We also find out that Thule is where P's mother was from. P (Pothos) is Hades' son, but we know nothing about his mother, and it turns out that this is why.


Divine Ecstasy ends on a huge cliffhanger, and I think it was a really bad way to end the series. P meets his mate (who is from Thule), but the book ends with her and her brothers coming through the gate between Earth & Thule. And also with the Tria cackling about figuring out how they can break out of their prison.


So everyone besides Sirena gets to have a mate. Everybody besides P & Sirena are in their own little love-nests. And it just ends there. I think Ms. Jay could have written another book into this series for Sirena to find her mate, for P to claim his mate, and also delve into how to keep the Tria contained. I feel like she wrapped up everyone else, but left Sirena totally out in the cold, and that made me a little grumpy. She's the one who does all the medical care to work with the matings, work with all the injuries, and save everyone's lives. But she gets total short shaft.


I still can't recommend the series. The last couple books were less abusive, but it felt like there is a tradeoff with the smut. It could be that she was starting to tire of the series, and wanted it to end (much like I did), that could be an excuse. But still. No recommendation, and 2 stars.

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text 2016-04-14 10:30
Spotlight Review: Divine Ecstasy (Guardians of the Realms #8) by Setta Jay


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review 2016-04-10 17:53
Review: Divine Ecstasy (Guardians of the Realms #8) Setta Jay
Divine Ecstasy (The Guardians of the Realms Book 8) - BookBlinders Reviews,Setta Jay

Sasha’s spent thousands of years since battling to protect the four Realms but the last battle left her in poison induced coma that all are unable to heal. The last thing anyone imagines is that a God with the strength and potential to unravel her entire world would awaken her in this divine paranormal romance.


Hades was awakened to help the Guardians in their quest to find his heinous brother, Apollo but a brutal battle has left him in need of healing and the readers can’t help but be ensnared as Hades finds himself drawn into the room of a sleeping seductress. This relationship is definitely one of divine making – you have a woman who was a slave to demented gods so therefore doesn’t want anything to do with them and a god who is the biggest playboy ever created which means that this story is full of emotional turmoil that grips the readers by the heart but also keeps on the edge of their seat in anticipation.


The majority of the story is full of spine tingling tension and sizzling passion as Hades and Sasha work on handling their relationship but the excitement and intrigue doesn’t stop there, you also have Hades’ son Pothos having to come to terms with some revelations about his mother and of course the evil Triplets are still causing chaos from their prison and there is that other realm full of gods that has godnapped Apollo, so there is never a dull moment as the readers are kept glued to pages with all the intriguing events taking place.


Once again, Setta Jay’s strong, compelling characters drew me into their world and refused to let go and with the happenings at the end involving Pothos, it looks like things are going to be even more fascinating than ever and I can’t wait.

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review 2016-04-01 10:30
Review: Searing Ecstasy (Guardians of the Realms #7) by Setta Jay

Searing Ecstasy-Goodreads


Amazon     Amazon-UK     B&N     Kobo     ARe    

Smashwords     BAM     BookDepository     IndieBound


Guardians of the Realms-Goodreads

Website     Facebook     Twitter     Goodreads


Setta’s Books-author     Setta’s Books-Goodreads


Literary Addicts     Goodreads      Facebook      Facebook Stormy Vixen 

Twitter     Tumblr     Google+     Pintrest   

 BookLikes Stormy Vixen     Amazon  

Night Owl Reviews     The Romance Reviews


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