Prowled Darkness by Carrie Ann Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Carrie Ann Ryan’s Prowled Darkness is an excellent conclusion to the Dante's Circle Series. Lion shifter and next in line for the throne, Malik Ward, left the woman he loved thinking she was human, and that they were unable to be together. Eliana Sawyer was lightning-struck, a human hit by lightning, which will trigger her dormant supernatural DNA once claimed by her mate. The man she loves and thought was human left her before she could tell him that she was pregnant. This contemporary PNR is suitable for adults.
Prowled Darkness begins with Malik’s return to Dante’s circle after discovering that Eliana is lightning-struck. From the first page, the story is attention-grabbing and exciting. I love how Eliana’s friends and their mates all looked out for her when she was on her own. They are very protective of her and do not want to see her hurt. I enjoyed the plot. It moved fast and was gripping. A lot of things happened in a short amount of time. I love which supernatural being Eliana winded up being. It was very appropriate. I like Malik. He was in a difficult position. The two truly love each other and are a great couple. Malik’s aunt and uncle make good antagonist. They want the throne that rightfully belongs to Malik. I enjoyed the ending. It was smart to have the last scene at Dante’s Circle. It concluded the series well.
Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
Expected publication: May 10th 2016
Series: Dante's Circle, #7
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