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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Lethal Rider by Larissa Ione

Lethal Rider
by Larissa Ione
Lords of Deliverance Series
I had not read the previous two books, Eternal Rider (Ares) and Immortal Rider (Limos), yet I enjoyed the third one immensely.  This is about the third Horseman of the Apocalypse, Thanatos.  He's the horseman of death.  He has millions of souls residing from his body.  When he's mad, they will leap out and cause mayhem and chaos.  Thanatos likes to read, a lot.  He's also a virgin to prevent the end of days.  He could have any girl, but he does not want to end the world by carousing. 

This book opened with Regan already pregnant and about to give birth.  She had meet Than in Limos' book.  It seem like she was chosen by the Aegis to seduce Than.  This makes Than very unhappy.  He can't make up his mind whether to strangle her or keep her safe.  This book is a fun read.  The character's interaction sizzled.  There are tender moments which made me teary-eyed.  There are some funny moments as well.  It reminded me of when I was reading J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood books, although not so much Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter series.  This book is edgy, and gritty. If you like those other two authors, then you will definitely love this book.  If you don't, I am sure you will still enjoy this book.

Book Blurb:
They are here. They ride. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Thanatos, the most deadly Horseman of the Apocalypse, has endured thousands of years of celibacy to prevent the end of days. But just one night with the wickedly sexy Aegis Guardian, Regan Matthews, shatters centuries of resolve. Yet their passion comes with a price. And Thanatos must face a truth more terrifying than an apocalypse-he's about to become a father.

Demon-slayer Regan Matthews never imagined herself the maternal type, but with the fate of the world hanging in the balance she had no choice but to seduce Thanatos and bear his child. Now, as the final battle draws closer and his rage at being betrayed is overshadowed by an undeniable passion for the mother of his child, Thanatos has a life-shattering realization: To save the world, he must sacrifice the only thing he's ever wanted-a family.

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