Chef Sasha Ledbetter grew up with tales of the Nightkeepers,
a group of mystical warriors who are fighting the forces of
evil in conjunction with the Mayan clock countdown. The
tales came from his father, Ambrose, whom Sasha thought to
be losing his mind. After one particularly brutal ritual
with Ambrose several years past, she cut off all contact
with him. Now she is in the rainforest, searching for him.
But Sasha gets more than she bargained for when she is
captured by evil forces, forces which hope she has the key
to where Ambrose has hidden the library, which will help
them further their quest for domination.
Michael Stone is a very complex man. As a member of the
Nightkeepers he is battling the forces of evil. But Michael
has a past that none of his fellow Nightkeepers know about.
He fights daily with an unseen force that threatens to take
hold of him, and turn him into something that he doesn’t
want. When he sees a photo of Sasha he is obsessed. When he
helps his fellow Nightkeepers free her from her captors the
spark between them is magical, and he knows he has to have
But Michael is afraid of what is inside him, and refuses to
endanger Sasha with it. When Sasha finds out her father’s
stories are true, she’s amazed. But even more secrets await
her, ones that will show Sasha her destiny, and, hopefully,
help her keep hold of Michael, the man that she loves.
Skykeepers is the third book in the Final
Prophecy series by Jessica Andersen, and it packs a wallop.
Ms. Anderson has penned a fantastic novel that draws the
reader in and keeps them enthralled page after page. The
world of the Mayan countdown clock is fascinating, and I
loved the way Ms. Andersen portrayed it, giving the reader
glimpses of a culture that has long been mysterious.
Sasha is an independent woman who refuses to allow herself
to be used. I loved her spirit and the way she fought for
what she wanted. In the tragic hero department, Michael is
perfectly cast. His secrets made my eyes widen, but Sasha’s
love for him, and the way they came together, tore at my
The world of the Nightkeepers is wonderful, and I love
visiting it. It is intricate, magical and absolutely
fascinating. I eagerly await the next outing, and I Joyfully
Recommend Skykeepers to all lovers of Urban
Step inside the Nightkeeper world and prepare to be swept
away. I am sure that, like me, you won’t be sorry that you