Struggling with disillusionment and anger, as well as recuperating from his injuries, Winston Lane is desperate to put as much distance between him and his estranged wife as possible. Bound for Egypt, all Winston wants is to mend his broken heart and start a new life - without paranormals. Poppy... show more
Struggling with disillusionment and anger, as well as recuperating from his injuries, Winston Lane is desperate to put as much distance between him and his estranged wife as possible. Bound for Egypt, all Winston wants is to mend his broken heart and start a new life - without paranormals. Poppy is heartbroken without Winston but she must put her emotions aside and attend to her duties as the head of the SOS (Society for the Suppression of Supernaturals) but a massive demon orchestrated disaster causes Mount Krakatoa in Egypt to erupt, she has no choice but to go to Egpyt and hunt down the demon before he destroys everything she loves in the world. The last person Poppy expects to see on the steamer is Winston - and he's in grave danger. Poppy must now save both her husband and her marriage while Winston must learn how to be the detective he's meant to be on a supernatural playing field and win back the love of the woman who holds his heart - his wife.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 26th 2013
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
Series: Darkest London (#3)
Book three picks up several months after Moonglow. Winston Lane has left his wife after he was attacked by a werewolf and her secrets were revealed. Poppy, believes that she has lost the man she loves due to her duty to the SOS, but will not stop her from going to his aid when a missive threatens ...
It had a little more hot scenes than the other ones - more fulfillment, less tension. I was not sure if I would love the story or warm towards Poppy. She was a very strict and not exactly adorable character. What she had: Strength. And vulnerability. But mostly strength and power. I really appr...
I sincerely haven't been enthralled with a series like Kristen Callihan's "Darkest London" in a long, long time. "Winterblaze" just continues to trailblaze the series with a unique blend of historical romance, supernatural elements, and a charming blend of action, humor, and tense stakes. I think th...
Winterblaze in the third book in the Darkest London series, and I would say is the one takes us the most into the paranormal. Firelight started by gradually introducing us to this mix of paranormal and steampunk Victorian London and introducing us to the Ellis sisters. Moonglow ramped up the paranor...
Poppy and Callihan have both made mistakes in their marriage, but are still deeply in love. The revelations they make to each other (and us the reader) reveal lies & vulnerabilities that need to be exposed before they can move forward in their relationship. Callihan's plotting is fantastic. There ...