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    Thursday, 26 January 2017

    Review: Isadora

    Isadora Isadora by Ella Frank
    My rating: 4 of 5 stars

    Although we still see a lot of Leo and Alasdair in this book (what... did you think their story was over???), this book primarily centered around Isadora and Elias. Like Alasdair and his Leo, Isadora is the one Elias is tasked to take out and he's the descendant of Artemis (Leo is from Apollo and Paris is from Hades). Eventually we see that these two share a history. A history full of love. And the love that these two shared never died and they both attempt to find a way to be together despite all of their obstacles. Despite what Elias has done to Isadora and Thanos, Diomedes grudgingly welcomes him and gives him a chance to earn their trust.

    Goodness, the histories of these vampires breaks my heart. Each view we get is another glimpse into their humanity and I realized that Diomedes may be the most compassionate and "humanistic" character of them all.

    The end gives a lead in to Book 3, which will be about Thanos, and we see that Eton is brokenhearted. I can't wait to find out more about these particular men and how they came to find each other.

    Release Date: January 11, 2016
    Genre: Paranormal romance with a M/M component
    POV: Multiple - 3rd person
    Steam: 4 out of 5
    Series or standalone: Book 2 of the Masters Among Monsters series

    *A copy was generously provided for an honest review

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