Dark Flight

The Shadow Slayers, Book 3

In this third installment of the Shadow Slayers series, We find that Kara has been heavily training for the past few months with Gavin on defeating Brakken. But with Gavin's score of 316 to her measly 17, she doesn't feel she's quite getting the hang of it.

Gavin works on getting Julian to help take down Brakken, but Julien is still having trouble after all of this time using his powers even in his own land, and unbeknownst to them both, that sneaky Aiden is visiting Kara behind their backs and he has an invitation for her that can possible help Julian. But as usual in these books, no good deed goes unpunished and you will have to tune in to find out just how that all goes down.

This is supposedly the last book of the series, and I for one certainly hope not. I have faithfully followed the series since it's beginning and fallen in love with it. But there were some plot turns in the end that suggested this may not be the end. This was well written as usual and definitely one for the keeper pile!


Book Blurb for Dark Flight

In a world of shadows, a pure heart can be the most dangerous weapon of all.

Kara has been training for months to help take down Brakken—the merciless black-wing who is making life hell for the Demiáre. But when Julian discovers a scout has been tracking Kara, he wants her out of the fight—even if it means breaking her heart in the process.

Gavin isn’t much better. He’s already lost so much to Brakken and has no intention of allowing the woman he loves to be the next sacrifice. He and Julian have their hands full trying to fight Brakken’s army and keep Kara safe, especially after her recent visit to the mythical white-wings. Since her return, she’s been acting decidedly…strange.

With a terrible battle looming, Kara doesn’t have time to think about her conflicted feelings for Gavin and Julian—or the fact that she’s developed an unnatural taste for Gavin’s blood. But if she thought it was complicated evading mysterious scouts and fending off vicious black-wings, she’s learning that’s nothing compared to loving two strong-willed men.

Warning: This book contains angels that aren’t what they seem, a heroine with mad midwifery skills, and a metamorphosis that will change life as we knew it.


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2013 4.50