- SpinTale Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2018
- Book 3 of Seven Seals Series
As the Scion's resident scholar and techie, Wyck is on a mission to uncover why the mortal host of the third Seal of the Apocalypse is working for his brethren's fiercest enemy--the Nephilim. When he discovers the prickly scientist being attacked by one of the cowardly half-breeds, he intervenes and saves her life, as is his sworn Scion vow. When fate tempts him to leave his books and numbers behind and have his own wicked way with her, Wyck must choose between duty and desire.
Quinn Strickland willingly chose to forgo the pleasures in life to reach her goal of ending world hunger and she isn't about to let some gorgeous genius with sexy green eyes waltz into her lab and take over. And she certainly isn't about to fall in love with him either, no matter how strongly she's drawn to him. Determined to stay the course despite the dangers presented by the lab's mysterious new owners, Quinn reluctantly agrees to team up with the dangerously sensual warrior.
But as their research leads them deeper into a strange world of evil and shadows where nothing is as it seems, unstoppable desire flares white-hot between them and not even fear of the consequences can stop of the flames of passion from consuming them both. Will they find a way to keep themselves and their love alive or are they doomed to break each other's hearts?
Jun 08, 2018 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
93 people found the following review helpful
SCION'S AWAKENING is the third book in the Seven Seals series, and we meet Wyck, whom we were briefly introduced to at the end of Chago's book. He is the resident geek, and Scion to the Seal of the Apocalypse, who in traditional opposite style, is a scientist trying to stop the world's famine problem. However, with the Nephilim involved, nothing is as simple as it seems.
This is a fast-paced story, so be prepared for it to jump a bit - one example being Quinn's reluctance to be with Wyck as he will only break her heart. Next paragraph, they are together. Now, I know, before I get shouted at, this is a novella so this happens. It was just a bit too quick.
On the whole, this was well written, and a good continuation of the series. I would have preferred to drool a bit more at Wyck's 'geekiness' which wasn't really mentioned, but that's just me! I am thoroughly enjoying this series, and look forward to continuing it. Definitely recommended by me.
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