In the eternal struggle between demons and angels, Talon and Kayne are total opposites. Talon, a guardian angel, is swayed by his compassionate heart and strays from the ordained Master Plan one too many times. Kayne, a fallen angel turned into a demon lieutenant, is ruthless at his job. He is tasked with punishing Talon. In the depths of Hell Talon endures torture and damnation at Kayne’s hands. Such an existence shouldn’t lend itself to a bond forming between the two immortal enemies, but the unwanted attentions of the Lord of Darkness himself brings Talon and Kayne closer than expected. Talon desires his freedom but can he trust the demon to save him?
This was really good. I was looking for a short book to read and this was just perfect. I liked Talon a lot, he was a great character. I can’t say the same about Kayne, I didn’t care much for him, but I didn’t hate him either.
The plot was nice. It didn’t took me much time to get interested in the story, the first scene got my attentions very quickly. I do like reading dark theme books therefore I didn’t have any issues with some of the events of it, but I do consider convenient for other readers to know the book content some seriously violent scenes, among them torture and non-con. It also had puppy play, which was a big inconvenient for me and I wouldn’t read it if I had knew it before I start, but I was already in the middle of it, and very involved in the plot, so I endure the scene.
The characters were nice, again, I care a lot more for Talon than for any other in the book. I did have a very hard time believing he had any sympathy or any other positive feelings towards Kayne, but I did ended up liking how things went.
It is the first part of a series and I liked t enough to be sure I’ll be reading the next ones soon.