MacTavish’s brother Lucan is suffering since losing his
mate, Anka. If Caden cannot find her, Lucan will surely die
from severe mate mourning. While Caden’s concern for Lucan
grows, the Doomsday Brethren is preparing to fight another
battle against evil wizard, Mathias d'Arc. Mathias is trying
to find the Book of Doomsday. If he succeeds, he will have
the power to destroy them all.
reporter Sydney Blair has information she shouldn’t. Caden
is sent to find out her source and stop her from revealing
any more of magickind’s secrets; a mission that will change
their lives forever. Caden refuses to accept his magic. He’s
seen first hand what it can do, but with Mathias on the
loose, he may not be able to save Sydney or magickind
The second book in the Doomsday Brethren series is
full of the same excitement, sensuality, and suspense as its
predecessor. It is a bit ‘Harry Potter’ as Sydney says.
Magic wands, transcasts, and a few convenient scenarios make
things more story-like rather than a magical reality. The
dynamics between the characters in Seduce Me in Shadow
is engrossing. I am anxious to see what Shock is really up
to and what will happen between him, Lucan, and Anka. The
intense chemistry between Ice and Sabelle is nearly
overwhelming as well. The mating Call is a powerful thing.
Its sexual and emotional ferocity is tangible throughout the
story. Lucan’s suffering is unbearable. It’s a relief when
Caden finally stops running from his Call to Sydney. The
Doomsday Brethren is an intriguing series and I look
forward to the next installment.