Wednesday, May 23, 2012

I’m reviewing Larissa Ione’s Lethal Rider at Smexybooks

Lethal Rider (Lords of Deliverance, #3)

Lethal Rider (Lords Of Deliverance #3) by Larissa Lone
E book
June 1, 2012
Piatkus Books

Favorite Quote: “See, K, this is why I always want to kill your friends.“

Thanatos is free from the stasis his brother and sister placed him in.

He’s free... and primed for revenge.

Thanatos spent thousands of years celibate in order to avoid breaking his seal and moving the world one step closer to the Apocalypse. This is, until the night he is drugged and tricked by the sexy Ageis Guardian, Regan Cooper, into giving up his virginity. Now, with the end of days rapidly approaching, Thanatos finds himself worried less about the apocalypse and more about the prospect of becoming a dad.
Regan Cooper didn’t want to betray Thanatos, but when the Aegis were given information pointing to a child of a Horseman saving the world; she had no choice. Now she is pregnant, scared, and trying to find a way to keep herself and the baby alive in the middle of a war.

As Thanatos struggles to hold on to his anger against Regan, he finds himself slowly falling in love with the mother of his soon to be born child. But as battle lines are drawn, Thanatos finds himself having to make a choice. Save the world, or save his heart.

1 comment:

Portugal said...

The absolute best thing about all of Larissa's books is the way she effortlessly blends romance and passion with heart pounding action to make for the perfect combination. This especially holds true in Lethal Rider. I mean the sexual tension between the Thanatos and Regan is so palpable, you can practically taste it. And once they give into their fierce desires, they practically steam off the page. Then a blink of an eye later, they are in extreme life or death fights with everything, and everyone, on the line. In fact, the stakes felt so much higher and more real this time because everything really came to a head in Lethal Rider. I won't tell you the outcome, but but suffice it to say that things will never be the same as everything is irrevocably changed.