Kindle Review….. Keras (Book 7) Guardians of Hades romance series: by Felicity Heaton 👩🏻‍💻

Keras (Book 7) Guardians of Hades romance series: by Felicity Heaton 👩🏻‍💻

Description……

Leap back into the Guardians of Hades paranormal romance series in the epic final instalment. Join Keras and Enyo as they battle to overcome their past to seize the future they both secretly desire and make a last stand against the enemy bent on destroying their world and ours.

If you love Greek gods romance books featuring powerful dark lords of the Underworld and strong heroines who steal their hearts, this paranormal romance series is for you.

Seven powerful Greek god heroes. Seven passionate paranormal romance books. No cliffhangers. Just happily forever afters!

Grab your copy today and step into an action-packed paranormal romance world filled with mythology and mystery from New York Times and USA Today best-selling paranormal romance author Felicity Heaton. Be swept up in the story and characters as the princes of the Underworld fight to protect their world and ours, and the women who claim their hearts, from an enemy bent on destroying everything in the Guardians of Hades romance series:

Book 1: Ares

Book 2: Valen

Book 3: Esher

Book 4: Marek

Book 5: Calistos

Book 6: Daimon

Book 7: Keras

Link https://amzn.to/2YBxXvZ *

Publication date 24/11/2020

My Review…..

Oh I’m so happy to have read this book, and so sad the series is coming to an end….. but wait, the author has added another book or two to this series. Hooray!! 

This series has been an absolute joy to read. The emotions it pulls out of you range from sadness to utter joy. 

Keras is the last of the brothers to have his story told. 
He’s the eldest of Hades sons, and has had to shoulder a lot of responsibilities, the daily caring and looking after his brothers. He reluctantly took on the role of leader. It’s what his father expected of him, and Keras would never let his father down. 
He’s an emotionless god, they slow him down, and slowly he’s been closing himself off from his brothers. Not a good thing to do!
The continual battle to keep the gates to Hades realm safe, watching his brothers battle their own personal demons and not to be able to fix it. And then as one by one watching his brothers fall in love! He’s not jealous, he’s not sad, he’s not anything but numb!! 

Enyo is the goddess of War, her brother Ares (yes, Hades son was named after that god) has always kept her safe, but that safety comes at a price! Being kept away from the only man she’s ever loved has caused her so much pain! But no more, she’s going to join the battle and not even her brother can tell her what to do….. 

There is history between the main characters, and in the previous books we didn’t get a lot of information on them. But whenever her name was mentioned, Keras would storm away! And when she would visit his brothers and not him, that had to have hurt. So it’s great we finally get more on the pair. And it’s a great story of unrequited love, moments missed, opportunities that they let slip them by. Each believing they were only friends and nothing more! 

We also get to find out what’s in the box he always carries with him. And it’s a big factor in this story……. 

“Tell me what’s wrong, Keras,” she murmured softly.
His gaze lifted to lock with hers. His eyes filled with remorse, with defeat—with suffering. She had never seen him so weak and unguarded. He fell to his knees, slipping from her grip, and sank forwards, planting his hands against the slick rooftop.
“I can’t do this anymore,” he whispered, his voice so low she struggled to make out what he had said over the roar of the wind.
“Do what?” She kept her voice soft, warm, hoping it would soothe him enough that he would speak with her about what was happening to him, because she needed to help him.
A pause.
“Live without you.”
He curled up and wrapped his arms around himself, clutching his wet black shirt, pulling it tight across his back as he shivered, trembling badly.”

Excerpt From
Keras
Felicity Heaton

It’s a story of two lovers kept apart. Both yearning for one another, but both afraid to let anyone in. 
It’s a story of addiction, and the ongoing battle to win. 
It’s a story of good possibly triumphing over evil, but not without a price!! 

As always the story is gripping, the emotions will have you on the edge of your seat. I could not put this book down. 
The fight scenes as always are bloody and ferocious, intense and humorous in places. The interaction between the brothers is on point as usual, the witty one liners and quick comebacks are what make this book enjoyable. 
Keras has been a dark horse from the very first book, giving just enough away to keep you hooked. And when he finally gets his story, it just about break your heart. 
Enyo is a great character, very strong, but had so much taken from her. Eons of being put in her place had made her second guess herself. 
But the one thing that didn’t change over the centuries…… 
Their love for one another…. 

But will love be enough to overcome the evil that is coming their way? The battle ahead is suddenly thrust upon them and allies quickly turn on one another!! Who can the brothers trust? 
And can Keras overcome his darkness? Can he tell his goddess that she’s the only one in his heart? And can Enyo finally put her happiness before her brothers wants? 

If you’ve picked up Keras without reading the previous books (why?) then you may feel a little behind (but you can read it) but if you’ve read the other books, then your in for a bumpy ride……

🦋

Published by jab1969

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