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Book Review: Embers by Suzanne Wright

 


Embers by Suzanne Wright 
Series: Dark In You, #4
Genre: Fantasy | Romance | Paranormal
Age Range:  Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 352 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on September 4th 2018  by Piatkus
Suzanne Wright: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Synopsis:
The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher.

With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they’ve ever been before. Asher’s charm has seduced even the devil himself, but Harper knows that the real villain is still out there, and as desperate as ever to see the Primes fall. They’re laying low, and there’s no way to tell which one of their circle is really a deadly foe . . .

When the final horseman makes their move, Harper and Knox will have to use all the considerable power at their disposal – and that may even include Asher’s mysterious abilities. One thing’s for sure – this is a baby who’s more than a match for any demon coming after him.


Knox’s behavior annoyed me at times. I loved how jealous he was about Drew who Harper used to have a thing for but he was also being a hypocrite. Knox never understood how difficult it was to Harper to see his exes and acted like he had different rules about dealing them than Harper does.

Knox finally saw how dangerous Harper can be after three books of Harper warning him to be scared. Knox being the powerful demon that he is was more happy and proud than scared but I can just imagine the two torturing the people who try to hurt Asher, together and I just love that.

Knox and Harper’s kid is the most adorable kid ever. He can’t really say anything besides “Ma” and “Da” but how could I not love him? Asher loves her mom so much that he didn’t want her to leave him. He’s so adorable.

I liked how Harper and Knox had some problems with their relationship even after being mated and having a kid without actually having too much drama. Not everything always have to be all flowers and chocolate. I just think they should talk a little more.

I enjoyed the mystery of the identity of the Horseman but I also liked how Knox’s demon kept Asher’s demon a secret from both Knox and Harper. I love how worried he was that they wouldn’t accept him unless they got to know Asher first.

I know there’s book five but from what I gather it’s not about Harper and Knox and I’m just not ready to say goodbye to these two. I’m glad Wright isn’t making the series too long but they have become one of my favorite book ships and I just want more of them.

Now I just need to pick up some of her other books.

Rating
4.5 stars

5 thoughts on “Book Review: Embers by Suzanne Wright”

    1. I definitely plan read more of her books and hopefully I’ll enjoy them enough to review them (:

      Few people have recommended her vampire and werewolf series. I’m not sure yet which one I wan to start first. I was OBSESSED with vampires as a kid but it would be nice to have a werewolf series in my shelves since I don’t own many of those.

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