As Keira still finds Persian sands beneath her feet, she is yet to discover the true meaning of what it is to be The Chosen One to the King of Kings. For now that Arsaces has her, he simply plans on keeping her…No matter what the cost.
Even if that means fighting the prophecy and stealing her from the only world she has ever known…
A world that is about to end.
This fantasy romance is epic with action, adventure, hot kings and heroines, and a whole cast of paranormal characters. I love this story and the journey it took the reader thru from past to present and lots of phrophecy in between. Kiera and Draven’s story is full of complications, love, and steamy scenes. I am totally addicted to the fantastic characters I have discovered in the afterlife saga. I can’t wait to read the last two books in this series and more from this author.
This book warns of explicit content, graphic language, and a mature audience.
We pick up where the last book ended. Kiera is still in Persia, but she has some explaining to do. I’m glad to see that the girl gang is back, as I just love that Imp. However, this book has some steamy scenes you are bound to remember, but it does take a while to get to the action you are waiting for.
We also get glimpses of Arsaces’ point of view, and yes, that is Draven at this time in Persia. He is sweet, possessive, and protective, but I love how he laughs and is less of an arsehole than the Draven we usually see. The author did a quote job incorporating mannerisms to identify him even in the past.
So that the deed is done and proven overdone. How will Kiera, Sophia, Pip, and Arianne get back to the 21st century? As if this trip in time couldn’t get any exciting, the author truly ramps it up to insane action, emotions, and even life-saving gestures. However, when Kiera finally does return home, she is in for a shock.
Yaya is finally getting to the wedding, but of course, the big reveal of the truth will be the real shocker for everyone. Oh, the truth finally comes out. The end of the phrophecy is totally action-packed and definitely more fantasy-based than paranormal.
The epilogue is very surprising; you won’t want to miss it. Oh, the baby’s name is Amelia, and my goodness, that is a sweet name. It looks like life for them is finally happy. Oh, Kay, so I could totally end the series after the end of this book as it ended just perfectly. However, the author pulled a Twilight with that twist, and since I looked forward to her books, I can’t wait to read more.
If you would like to read Blood of the Infinity War by Stephanie Hudson. This is the tenth book in the Afterlife Saga. You can find this Saga and book on Amazon. As an Amazon Associate, I earn on qualifying purchases.