Review: Elijah

Elijah by Jacquelyn Frank
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was a bit doubtful after Gideon, but this book pulled right back into the series right from the first page.

Elijah finds himself in the middle of an ambush, and on the verge of death he is rescued by none other than the Lycanthorpe queen Siena.

While he is recovering, sparks fly, but old prejudices get in the way. Will they let that come between an undeniable chemistry? The exchanges between these two are off the charts hot and frustrating for them both.

Everyone is worried about Elijah(in the demon court) and Siena (in the lycanthorpe court), because neither hasn’t been seen or heard from in a while. When they are found it is in unbelievable situation.

Now not only do they have to worry about the villain he is one of their own, but as the consequences of what was set in motion when Elijah and Siena was together.

With all of that the thing I love the most is how interconnected all the characters are, so you never have to wonder about what’s going on with the characters from the previous book(s).

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