Image of Hearts of Chaos (Deadglass)


Image of Hearts of Chaos (Deadglass)

Brady has a talent for completely bringing the reader into a dark world in an alternate Seattle, full of shapeshifters and magic. The well-crafted world Brady has created is one of the things that sets this series apart in a very popular genre. Although somewhat hard to get into at first, Hearts of Chaos is definitely worth sticking with. The characters are engaging and the mythos is unique, but the spark between Lucia and Corbette is what will really keep the pages turning.

Although promised to Seattle’s most feared clan leader, Lady Lucia knows she can never be the proper, refined wife Emory Corbette wants. As dark forces spread their complex, evil plots to take over their world, Lucia will try to use her untapped power to fight and to usurp the Raven King once and for all. Emory isn’t used to anyone defying him. His idea of a more delicate wife is challenged by Lucia’s strength and bravery. Their attraction is uncontrollable, but one they are loath to give in to. Their only hope is a painful sacrifice; it could bring both shifters and humans together, or destroy everything they want most. (ZEBRA, Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Terri Dukes