After Illium I was the most intrigued by Venom, the sangfroid, snarky member of Raphael 's Seven.
Needless to say I was over the moon when I saw his book popping up and although it was n't a surprise who the author paired him up with I was happy it was Holly.Heads up right away: if you kno a mushy romance this is actually what you keep.
his trilogy is very story driven and while there is great chemistry between Venom and Holly the romance aspect comes pretty late in the tory.
Individually Venom and Holly could n't be more different, at least at a distant glance.
To the world, Venom was a vampire.
Add to that a sharp tongue, intelligence and kindness and she makes for a wonderfully strong heroine.For those who have been wondering- yes, we come to see th little bit of Illium and Dimitri, whose interaction with Holly and his fatherly love for her made my heart soar.
he car race between Dimitri and Venom was an exhilarating moment in this nove which we et a lot of btw.
You can ge a lot of heart-stopping action and exciting scenes.It would n't e a Guild Hunter story if we did n't g to catch up a bit with Raphael- he does n't steal Venom 's and Holly 's thunder which I ppreciated.
Holly 's inner " dialogue " was a little exhausting but as I wanted, it is alway nly a small complaint.Ms. Singh 's writing is exceptional.
She understands how to pull you right into tory and ake you commiserate with the characters and fall in love with them.
Tha nove in this series belongs to my favorites- while the romance is n't as prominent it still has a lot to love about it.
I love you, Holly. ”