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Ruthless: A Paranormal Romance (Immortal Enemies Book 2) by Gena Showalter


Don’t miss the second book in New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter’s captivating and unforgettable Immortal Enemies series…

Forbidden. Powerful. Ruthless. 

Micah the Unwilling, fae King of the Forgotten, can tame even the most violent of beasts. Forged on the battlefield, this iron-willed warrior considers his soldiers his family, and he will stop at nothing to reclaim their dispossessed land. Gearing for war with a sadistic enemy, he is disciplined and focused—until a feral beauty he encountered long ago wanders into his camp. 

Viori de Aoibheall wields a terrifying ability to sing monsters to life. Having spent her childhood in a forest, raising herself and her frightening creations—the only friends she’s ever known—she’s ill prepared for the scarred royal and his fearsome brutality. Not to mention the ferocity of their connection and the carnality of his touch. But the real problem? Her brother is Micah’s greatest foe. And though the sensual king makes her burn, she must stop him, whatever the cost.

Immortal Enemies

Book 1: Heartless
Book 2: Ruthless

Publication Date 9/8/2022

Ruthless: A Paranormal Romance (Immortal Enemies Book 2) by Gena Showalter

My Review

What can I say about this book that won’t give anything away?

I loved the characters, the plot, the chemistry, the whole darn book.

We have met both characters in the previous book (it’s not necessary to read, but it does give you a little background, and it’s another great book by the author)

We met Viori in Heartless , she’s Kaysar’s long lost sister, and I was delighted when I found out she was to be the heroin of Ruthless….

Even in the first book I just knew Viori would get her own book, and she’d be independent and feisty, and she is exactly how I imagined her to be…..

(Quick recap, her brother left her hidden whilst he helped another, but he was taken)

Viori raised herself, it was a scary and dangerous time, so that’s why she depends on no one but herself. She has an ability that makes her pretty special, but Viori doesn’t see it as special, she sees the monsters as friends (they looked after her when she was growing up)

Micah the Unwilling, Fae King of the Forgotten is a chimera. He’s feared by all and trusted by no one. But he would do anything for the men who fight at his side.

If you’ve read the first book then you’ll not really be a fan of Micah (I wasn’t) by Gena has a way of turning things and seeing the other side of the coin, making Micah the hero and not the villain.

If have you admit I wasn’t a huge fan of Viori nor Micah at first, but racing through the pages will have you bouncing from hero to villain several times before settling down.

The action is constant and very visual (I could see the scenes play out in all of its techno coloured glory (or should I say gory!)

I loved the inner dialogue the characters have, it gives me insight to them.

So how will her brother Kaysar react when he sees his missing sister (🤫)

How will Micah move past his hatred for Kaysar and Cookie? (🤫)

And how can they be together when her brother and her love are bitter enemies?

I can’t wait for the next book …..


About the Author

Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of over seventy books, including the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld series, the Gods of War series, the White Rabbit Chronicles, and the Forest of Good and Evil series. She writes sizzling paranormal romance, heartwarming contemporary romance, and unputdownable young adult novels, and lives in Oklahoma City with her family and menagerie of dogs. Visit her at

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