Time is ticking away for Evalle Kincaid. She has been
ordered to round up the Alterants for the Goddess Macha's
pantheon. The beleaguered agent has no way of knowing that
she is about to be a part of the RISE OF THE GRYPHON.
To do her duty she has to join in an Achilles Beast
Championship, a rather large unapproved of fighting club. On
top of getting involved in this to find other Alterants and
persuade them to go to the Goddess, Evalle finds that the
Medb are also seeking them for their own plans.
Storm will not let her go alone into this dangerous
situation but after finally getting her where he wants her
he finds that she is being hunted by more than the Medb.
The witch doctor who has tormented him is now after Evalle.
Not going to happen, he will stop her now!
RISE OF THE GRYPHON is the fantastic continuation of the
Belador series. The action starts on page one and
away to the very end. With all of the characters that are
involved in this series it might be possible to lose the
thread of the storyline, but authors Sherrilyn Kenyon and
Dianna Love have a mastery with words that won't let you
get lost. Even though this is part of a series this book
stands alone perfectly. I am already looking for the next
installment of the series.
If dying is the cost of protecting those you love...
An Alterant who fights trolls, demons, and other deadly
creatures, Evalle is an outcast among the Beladors. But now
she can change all that – and finally get answers
origins. In her attempt to take down the Belador traitor and
bring home a captured friend, she infiltrates the dangerous
Medb coven where she discovers exactly what an Alterant
really is...and the news is not good for the Beladors.
Evalle's best friends Tzader and Quinn face unthinkable
choices, as relationships with the women they love grow
twisted. Evalle's relationship with the Skinwalker Storm
takes a major step and becomes complicated when the
witchdoctor he's been hunting begins to stalk her. With
death breathing down her neck, Evalle is forced to embrace
her destiny . . . but at what price?