Dante Ferris is a Keeper or in other
words a Dragon shifter who protects the realms of Heaven,
Earth and Hell, from demons. The day that Danteís life
changed forever, he looked into the eyes of his Blood Bond,
was hit by a car and his soul was taken to Hell. Dante
isnít one to let any demon use him to destroy Earth. More
importantly, he refuses to lose his Blood Bond before they
have a chance.
Raven St. Michaels is happy making and
selling her coffee. Then she makes eye contact with a
gorgeous man and promptly sees him hurt. That is the easy
part of her story. Now she has an angel telling her that
she is the only one who can go into Hell and get Dante
back. The lust and passion that flared up between them with
just eye contact was intense. Raven learns that this bond
will make them want to have sex immediately and they canít.
What a situation.
When Dante and Raven finally come face
to face, it really is Hell. Their lust overcomes the
warnings and now Dante and Raven have to find a way to
defeat a demon lord and save mankind. If that isnít enough
they will also have to find a way to save each other and
discover just what their bond will mean to them. Or, is
Heaven and Hell against them on this one?
Ravenís Keeper is a
mad-capped journey through Hell to save newfound love.
Raven doesnít believe in dragons, hell or demons, so what is
she to think when an angel comes to tell her that she has to
go to Hell to get her dragon-boned mate. Dante has lived
for many years never expecting to find his Blood Bond, only
to find and lose her within minutes. I loved Ravenís sass
and Danteís determination. They were a perfect match until
the powers-that-be decided to mess with them. I thought
that the way they finally came together was poetic, in that
their freewill had been tampered withóeven if for a good
reason. Ravenís Keeper is a keeper, both for
its characters and itís plotline that keeps changing on you.