Monday, August 26, 2019

Review: Dark Alpha's Redemption

Dark Alpha's Redemption Dark Alpha's Redemption by Donna Grant
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It was bound to happen - we are working our way through the Reaper ranks to pair them off with unlikely matches. This particular Reaper I didn't really remember, but that doesn't make much difference. Being such a cagey bunch, we don't know much until their stories anyway.

Bradach is a Reaper who has a huge issue with dark fae. He is, obviously, tasked with working with a dark fae for Death, in one of her infinitely wise decisions. Maeve is anything but your typical dark fae, so when these two are thrown into dangerous situations, sparks fly between them. Two loners plus battle equals sexy times. Simple math! The overall storyline, hunting Usaeil, is nudged along with the actions here. If you aren't familiar with all the players, the story, the dragon kings, etc., you should roll back to the beginning (or at least a few books).

There are a lot of loose ends still out there at the conclusion of this book. No, we don't hurt for a HEA - that's definitely delivered. Instead, a lot of key players are still MIA. I'm hoping a resolution shows up quickly, because it hurts watching the bad guys escape all the time. Sure, I could read a bunch of these Reaper tales, watching them pair off, but I want to see some bad guys get wiped out!

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