Maxine is vulnerable, her protectors gone. The reader will
be pleased to note that although the connection may be gone,
the reader will have the chance to see just how strong
Maxine and her boys' connection is. The reader will be
surprised in this book, the plot has quite a few curve-balls
and twists that will keep the reader on their toes. This
does, of course, have the effect of moving the plot along at
a very fast pace. The reader will have a hard time putting
this book down.
The plot is focused upon Maxine and the boys' separation.
Now they have to decide what will happen next and if the
boys can curb their own natures. The reader will find
themselves attached to the characters if they weren't
already. The author writes very fluidly and the reader will
enjoy the tone and pace of the novel. The descriptions are
fun and easy to follow, the reader will be able to picture
many of the scenes and characters with ease. The romance has
just the right amount of intensity and the author will keep
the reader guessing as to what actually happens. Fans of
this series should run out to get THE MORTAL BONE.
When the bond Maxine Kiss shares with Zee and the boys—the
demons tattooed on her skin—is deliberately severed, the
hunter is left vulnerable and unprotected. For the first
time in ten thousand years, the boys have a taste of
freedom—without Maxine’s guiding influence.
As they grow more violent and unpredictable, Maxine starts
to fear the little demons will lose their minds without
their attachment to her. But reuniting won’t be easy, as a
greater temptation waits for her former protectors: a chance
to return to their lives as Reaper Kings and unleash hell on