Elijah is a Wind Demon and Captain of the
Demon warriors. Demons and Lycanthropes have been at war for
centuries. It is only recently that they have joined forces to
defend their race from necromancers, human magic users and a
few Nightwalkers intent on betraying their own.
When Elijah is attacked, Siena, the queen
of the Lycanthropes, saves his life, but Elijah doesn’t trust
Lycanthropes so he struggles against showing any gratitude
toward her. While he may not trust her, Elijah is as
overwhelmingly attracted to Siena as she is to him, but their
searing passion cannot keep them together.
Siena cannot mate with the warrior her
people call “The Demon Butcher”. In turn, it is against the
laws of Demonkind for a Demon to mate outside of their
species. The obstacles in their way are immense and seemingly
unmovable, but can a desire this strong be denied?
Elijah is a book in a
league all its own. The sensuality, drama, excitement and
amazing characterization, make it a unique and riveting
story. Making love is more than sex, it’s an
experience awesome in its intensity. Each time I read a
Nightwalker novel I become eagerly swept away into their
fascinating world. Elijah is fantastic, and
Jacquelyn Frank is one hell of a storyteller.