Ashes of War is the Second book in the Sons of War Series and I found it to be an engaging, heated and exciting story that managed to suck me in very quickly. It started right where War’s Passion left off.
Ms. Davis has a gift for storytelling that weaves around you, drawing you into this exciting tale of the sons of the god of war. This is a truly fantastic love story especially if you love mythological creatures and their stories. The writing is sharp, lush, vividly descriptive, well-plotted and is filled with engaging twists and turns.
Ty is by far one of my favorites of the Sons of War. He is scarred physically and emotionally, but is still a very sexy alpha. He has huge trust issues when it comes to women and Ash is no different even if the pull is there and the chemistry is off the charts.
Ash also has huge trust issues, but the draw to Ty is insurmountable. Even though she is sent to be his judge and jury, in a matter that could mean his life or death, they must work together and try to overcome all of the obstacles placed in their way to finding the truth and their love for each other. The intimate scenes and the erotic moments between the two of them are incredibly hot. You get sucked into their story on all levels and in no time can’t help but want the best possible outcome for them.
I thought that this book was better than the first and I can’t wait to read the next in the series to see whose story gets written next. There are so many characters that could have a story of their own that I can see this series going far, especially if they are written as well as the first two books have been.
I love Dragons and Greek Mythology and this is definitely one of my favorite new series in this genre.
This is really not a standalone book. To get the best out of this story you really should read the first book. You will not be disappointed.
Ashlynn Blake, minor goddess of the hunt—lethal, beautiful, and able to connect with animals on a psychic level—is the perfect person to place judgment upon an accused dragon. But first she has to prove to the gods that Ty Sullivan is innocent of his crimes. If she fails, she’s doomed to lose her heart along with him forever.
Ty’s been beaten, scarred, and betrayed by females. He doesn’t trust them, can’t stand being around them for longer than he or his dragon needs to be. Yet, when he meets Ashlynn, his dragon is ready to mate, but the man believes she’s no different than the others.
The Fates have thrown them together, forcing secrets to be told and igniting a passion so fierce it may destroy both of them.