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Falli omnesque vivendum eos ad, ei hinc diceret eos. Nam no nonumes volumus quaerendum, cu meis graeci audiam vis. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Crista from That's more like it! Still not as good as the BDB series, but definitely an enjoyable read. I think this is what this series is missing A definite improvement over book 1 and now I am keen to see where the series goes from here!
The back story here is extensive as Jim and Isaac share a history together both having served under the treacherous leadership of Matthias. When we begin Isaac is making some quick cash as an underground cage fighter. After the ring gets busted Isaac lands in jail where we meet his beautiful, court approved defence attorney Grier Childe. Despite their differences or maybe because of the sparks fly with Grier going so far as to post his bail using her own money. With Isaac now free he plans on disappearing and fast the only problem is he owes Grier and can't seem to get her out of his head even though he knows all he could possibly bring her is trouble.
When Jim and his fallen sidekicks make contact Jim realizes that its not just Devina stealing his soul that puts Isaac in danger but their former commander Matthias has put a death sentence on his head because the only way you can leave their covert little organization is in a body bag.
The story moves along fast but smoothly and with a whole lot happening in the mere three day span of the book. I really enjoyed Isaac and Grier, who despite the amount of omelettes getting eaten have great chemistry together and the love scenes are erotic and heart wrenching, which lets be honest is a Ward standard.
Also as per usual with Ward there are numerous characters vying for POV time and as always she handles this seamlessly. Popping us back and forth between the hero and heroine and into heaven and hell in the minds of angels, demons and anyone else caught in the crossfire of battle 2 this time around.
All the returning characters get fleshed out some even get wings so you learn more about Jim Heron as well as his intriguing but still somewhat vague angel sidekicks Adrian and Eddie. Even dog makes an appearance.
We also get into Devina's warped and evil head and she's proved to be surprisingly interesting. Of course this book is full of F-bombs and Wards own unique brand of slang which I usually enjoy.
However this time there are just so many "Wardisms" that I found myself getting side tracked trying to figure out exactly what she was trying to say in her riddlesque product placement way. Crave is definitely darker then Covet with some scenes that are downright disturbing and I will tell you because I drove myself crazy looking that there aren't any Brother sightings this time around except for the mention of 'sKillerz' but I'll let you figure that one out on your own.
For me Crave effectively advances the series as a whole, tying everything together so that I could see the big picture. As for the love stories… hot, comes to mind.
Hot, steamy and sexy— with a lot of emotional soul searching and challenges to be faced! I really am in love with Vin, the hero of Covet —and to see him fall for the right woman was a treat.
He so deserves all the good that eventually comes to him—and so does she. I truly hope you enjoy Covet, and the next in the series, Crave coming next Fall! Wishing you all the best and very happy reading, —J.