These were the words given to Rowan Summerwaite by the Goddess as Rowan lay clinging to life. Broken - but not defeated - by the ancient Vampire Enyo.
After weeks of mandatory downtime, a recharged and vengeance-fueled Rowan heads out from her father's Keep, leading a team of some of the most terrifying beings on Earth with one goal in mind - track and eliminate the Vampire who attacked her.
But as the team moves across Europe and is hit with wave after wave of attacks, the tensions between Clive Stewart - the haughty, stylish Scion of North America whom Rowan grew even closer to during her recovery - and a rival Vampire ramp up. Befuddled, confused, flattered, and annoyed, Rowan's the woman in the middle. She's not used to being claimed in a way that's not about how strong her sword arm is or who raised her. Clive Stewart is everything she shouldn't want in a man - he's bossy, he's a Vampire, and he considers her his - but she's past denying how it makes her feel that he fights for her the way he does. She's past denying she's in love.
In contrast to the uneven footing falling in love has given her, Rowan is utterly certain she will locate her quarry. She's stronger and more powerful than she's ever been after the tests and bloody lessons of the past years. Her connection with the Goddess is seamless, and the light of her mission burns from within. And she'll need all the help she can get because it's not very long before Rowan and her team realize the threat is far greater than one crazy old Vampire. There's a war brewing, and Rowan will fight it to the death. It's what she was born to do.
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By Bethany on 30-09-15
Rowan kicks Ass!
another great Rowan Goddess story but this one had too many sex scenes thrown in. i like a good sex scene as much as the next person but it read more like a filler.
i look forward to the next book but i hope Lauren Dane goes back to a great story with some steam thrown in not steam with some story.
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By Deborah on 02-10-15
Why do they change narrators in mid-series?
Eve Bianco made the characters come to life in the first two Goddess audiobooks. She captivated the listener with the various voices she used for each character. She gave life and excitement to the story. Simone Lewis - well she is so monotone with little to no inflection, no emotion, no change in voice for the various characters - can't tell whose supposed to be 'speaking'. Although I liked the book itself, the audio book is very disappointing. Don't new-to-a-series narrators ever listen to previous audiobooks in a series when they start mid-series? If they did maybe it would make for a better transition and, hopefully, maybe make it a good listen. And if there's a few words in a foreign language - it makes it nicer listen if the narrator actually pronounces the words correctly.
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