Ariel Kimber has settled into life with her family and coven. Everything seems to be as it should, and she finally feels like she’s exactly where she needs to be in her life.
Her dad is awesome and she loves getting to know him.
Her guys are the best and she falls deeper in love with them by the day.
Her job at Fortunes for the Unfortunate does not suck and she’s more than happy to spend her days there.
Her guardians have become family to her and she finally thinks she’s living the good life.
But, like everything else in Ariel’s life, that goodness does not last.
When the Council comes to call, she answers and refuses to bend to their will. They are not men who take this lightly and there will be consequences.
And her dream walking has gotten out of control and takes her to someone she can’t forget or leave behind.
Her life quickly becomes a mess, and she’s forced to do things that threaten her relationships in order to try and dig her way out of it. She’ll do anything for the sake of her coven, but at what cost?
And will they forgive her when it’s all said and done?
Review by Twinsie Dee
I bought this book and this my honest opinion
Oh wow wow Mary really took us there. Ok so Ariel and Dash have now offically moved into the big house with their own space but still under the same roof, and all the guys are loving having her there. A lot of steamy thing happen in this book which makes the slow burning totally worth it, Tyson finally gets him some and we find out that sexy uncle Quinton has a piece of jewelry in the perfect spot. Ariel also does a few thing that really pisses her men off but with Quinton on her side she knows that it will all work out in the end or so she hopes so because this one plan of her might never be able to have them forgive her and it just might tear them from her forever. Everything she had gone though Ariel does it for the people she loves and this mission is no exception.
Mary Martel was born in West Michigan and spent the majority of her life there. She currently resides in North Dakota with her husband, and her two beautiful daughters. She’s an avid reader, and when not writing she can be found with her nose stuck in a book.