The 4th book in the Blue Bloods series brings us werewolves aka "hell hounds". I really like how she mixes vampires with the bible and now she's brought in werewolves! Well...she mentions them at the end. This installment was jam-packed full of action. Lucifer's family ties to our white hats, grey hats, and black hat characters are highlighted. A bit of history about Caligula's fall is brought in. Traitors are not what they seem. Friends are not who you think they are. And sometimes, the ties that bind are love and not blood. Mimi Force aka Azrael grows leaps and bounds as a person for the first time in thousands of years. Is it any wonder it's because she's not tied to Abaddon like in years past and is simply not repeating her life cycle after cycle? And she learns love is best when it's freely given and deserved. Jack Force aka Abaddon is still smarting from the loss of Light. He is desperately in love with the Daughter of Light Schuyler Van Alen who's taken off with her human Conduit Oliver in hiding. Who will win Sky? Oliver or Jack? Who loves her more? And will he be the one who wins? What of Bliss, daughter of Lucifer and Gabrielle? Will she continue to be used by her father's spirit to kill and set up her friends for the fall and domination? Or will she finally succeed in stopping her father like she's tried for life and life? A great installment that will surely fire the computers and message boards up with discussions.
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