Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Banewolf Review

written by: Eden Ashley
Published: November 19, 2013

Goodreads synopsis:

New enemies are made.

New allies must be forged.

Kali is beginning to regain her memories. In doing so, she discovers old secrets and betrayals that threaten to unravel her present and shake the foundation for Rhane’s belief in her innocence. While her maturing abilities present unique challenges, a bigger problem arises when Kali learns her ex-boyfriend has made a misguided deal with the enemy in order to win her back—a decision that may ultimately cost him his humanity.

Keeping Kali safe has become a full time job for Rhane. And struggling to gain control of the immortal Banewolf isn’t making that task any easier. The power to eliminate the growing threat against Kali lies at Rhane’s fingertips, but using it means risking his friends to the insatiable blood lust of a monster. So Rhane is forced to forge a shaky alliance with creatures he has sworn to destroy. Despite these new allies, the danger pressing on their borders intensifies, culminating in a heartbreaking and shocking finale.

The strength of the bond between young and ancient lovers will be tested…and if Kali and Rhane are to survive, they must find a way to be unbreakable.

My thoughts:

This is the second book in the Dark siren series by Eden Ashley. Kali now stays with Rhane, as it makes it much easier for him to protect her.  Rhane decides to make allies out of the kindred so that Kali is properly protected, even though as banewolf he was sworn to destroy their kind. Two kindred join the ranks of Rhane soldiers at the behest of Ian the leader of the kindred pack. Callhan, Kali's ex has forged a deal with one of Kali and Rhanes enemies in an attempt to win her back.

I love this book just as much as the first, the story develops well and has very loveable characters. I love how all the charcaters seem to grow throughout the series and none of them just stay stagnant in their development.

I wouldn't recommend reading this book if you have not read Dark siren by Eden Ashley because without the information in the first book you would be lost.

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