Prime Reaper, Arawn Gehdrin, and his new
wife Danielle have just married and realize they have much to
work out. Danielle is fun-loving but nervous about what is
within Arawn. While she loves him and wants to be with him,
she doesn’t ever want to be a reaper, and Arawn loves her too
much to not honor her wishes.
When he is sent to help stop the Ceannus
Arawn leaves Danielle behind, unknowing of the secrets she has
worked hard to keep hidden. Things do not go as planned in
Calizonia or at the Citadel, leaving everyone in turmoil and
fighting desperately for control.
Prime Reaper is a fast
paced book with lots of sizzling, emotional, and violent
scenes. While some parts of this book might be offending to
some, every scene was a necessary part of the story.
Charlotte Boyett-Compo does not disappoint with this tale of
love, war, failure and triumph. From start to end Ms. Boyett-Compo
throws twist after twist at the poor Reapers and their wives.
While a stand alone book, Ellora’s Cave recommends you read
the books in order. I have to tell you that I’ve not read any
of the Reaper books in order and found Prime Reaper
easy to follow and very enjoyable. A few scenes had classic
purple prose that made me chuckle, even during love scenes,
but even her head hopping was done so well I couldn’t help but
enjoy this book from start to finish.