He’s a warrior deep in his bones, but all she ever wanted was peace…
Will Duncan finally believe he’s worthy of Rachel’s love…
As Duncan battles the dangerous death vampires at night, during the day he fights an even greater monster: He can’t believe he’s worthy of the woman he loves. From the time he can remember, his father told him lies about the mother who abandoned him when he was a child. Memories of the night she left, and the cruelty of his father, live like a viper in his gut. Now, when Rachel draws close, he builds walls and pushes her away. Yet how can he live without her? As the enemy on Third Earth attacks, he’s forced to choose between life and death. In the end, only Rachel can save him, but will he let her?
Will Rachel overcome her deepest fears to embrace the vampire who possesses her heart…
Rachel hasn’t told Duncan about the baby. How can she? Serving as a Fourth Earth shield to the black ops team on Third Earth has her frightened out of her mind. She never wanted be a warrior and now, with a child of her own to think of, to provide for and to keep safe, she longs to return to her simple cottage life. She loves Duncan, but she can’t live in his world. Yet, how can she abandon him when he holds her heart in the palm of his hands?
What's interesting though is the continuing on off again relationship that Duncan and Rachel struggle with. You would imagine that after everything this couple had been through Ms Roane would ease up and let them take it easy but alas their lives are about to get if possible even more complicated!
Endelle is doing her best to support Luken and his men in her own inimitable fashion but we start to see cracks in her tough exterior. Not only do we learn some of her secrets, but there's also someone very powerful playing his own game. Plus, Yolanthe and her heinous father, Chustaffus, are utilising all their tricks to discover the whereabouts of Rapture's Edge but that pair of vipers might end up on different sides. If frank, I struggle to understand just how Yolanthe could love such an evil male.
Okay, I can say no more but I hope you get the idea that a lot goes on in Revealed.
Was it worth the wait? That's a resounding yes and the small insights Ms Roane teases us with kept me glued to the page. Yes, it's a complicated storyline with extraordinary world building, but it keeps me coming back for more and long may it continue.
A copy of this was provided for me with no requirement for a review. I've voluntarily read it and my comments here are my own honest opinion.