Pride

Pride Brothers, #6

About the Story:

Prince Dallin and his lover, Stryker are sent to another dimension to save the life of a Spellweaver, Lailii, from the evil grasp of a demon. What they didn’t count on was that Lailii would turn out to be so breathtaking, or that she would complete them. Lailii is surprised to be rescued. After spending months as a captive she had given up hope. Meeting Dallin and Stryker not only saves her life, but it also introduces her to love and passion. But all is not well in the future that they take Lailii to. The demon will not willingly let go of his prize and he’s determined to get Lailii back. Follow as Dallin, Stryker, and Lailii fight to survive.

Review:

One word I have for this book, is wow! I have never read anything by H.C. Brown but the synopsis really intrigued me. I love paranormal romances and throwing in a ménage makes it that much better! While this is the sixth book in a series, it is still a standalone. But I will say that one of the failings of reading this as a standalone novel is that there were parts where I felt as if I should know a background character, but I didn’t. I felt a little left out and while Brown does a pretty good job at informing the reader of everything, I think that if this were read in conjunction to the others so much explanation in the novel would not be needed.

Saying that I loved the characters. Dallin and Stryker were such a great couple and the chemistry was amazing. Adding Lailii really amped things up and it was sweet to see the way that the three of them came together.

This book definitely wasn’t lacking for action and I think the author did a great job at adding suspense and fight scenes. I was kept on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next and there were several scenes I didn’t see coming! A great book for romance and action lovers alike.


Book Blurb for Pride

The Goddess Boda, sends Prince Dallin and his lover, Stryker to another dimension to rescue a Spellweaver held captive in an enemy’s dungeon. Finding what resembles a dirty child, they discover the elf-like creature is a beautiful female of nineteen summers with unimaginable magical powers.

Lailii is a warrior and on their journey home, they find the enticing ethereal creature is a little more woman than they bargained for.


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2016 4.50