Review: Darkness Returns by Alexandra Ivy

Review: Darkness Returns by Alexandra IvyDarkness Returns by Alexandra Ivy
Series: Guardians Of Eternity #13
Published by Lyrical Press on April 16, 2019
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 241
Also in this series: Beware The Darkness

More powerful than ever, the Guardians of Eternity are facing their greatest challenge yet: a war within their ranks. Their future is in the hands of one rebel vampire, who must choose between loyalty and love . . .

Blessed with an even more compelling allure than most vampires, Chiron has made a fortune in the human world, creating an empire of resorts and casinos. Since the betrayal and imprisonment of his master, he has existed outside the order of the Guardians, trusting no one. But now, the new vampire king has given him a peace offering: a scroll that could free his master. Following the relic’s magic leads him to a demon hotel deep in the Everglades, a lush paradise owned by a mysterious and
mesmerizing woman . . .

As far as Lilah knows, she’s lived her entire life within the confines of her enchanted estate. Memories of her own past are elusive and cloaked in shadows. Even Chiron can’t figure out exactly what she is, and if her intoxicating beauty is his destiny or an illusion drawing him ever closer to his demise—or perhaps to an even more tormenting choice, between his master and his mate . . .

In Darkness Returns the 13th installment to Alexandra Ivy’s Guardians of Eternity, Chiron a vampire seeking the key to release his master. In order to find the key he has to be willing to trust, in others and an untold legend.

It was great to return to this series; after so long await. Darkness Returns, full of suspense, action, and romance. Though this story didn’t flow as smoothly as the other titles in this story. I did enjoy it immensely. The story had a nice set up for the next book in this series.

I would recommend this title for any PNR readers.

About Alexandra Ivy

Alexandra Ivy graduated from Truman University with a degree in theatre before deciding she preferred to bring her characters to life on paper rather than stage. She started her career writing traditional regencies before moving into the world of paranormal with her USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and New York Times bestselling series The Guardians of Eternity. Now she writes a wide variety of genres that include paranormal, erotica, and romantic suspense.


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