Image of Sins of the Flesh (Hqn)


Image of Sins of the Flesh (Hqn)

The final book in the talented Silver’s pulse-pounding trilogy sets Malthus Krayl on a collision course with wily Daughter of Aset Calliope Kane. Silver has done a terrific job imbuing her protagonists with a kick-butt, take-names style that keeps the action moving. Although this mesmerizing series has been billed as a trilogy, there are major ramifications of recent events that still need to be addressed. Here’s hoping Silver doesn’t keep us waiting and extends this series soon!

On the hunt for those who murdered his soul reaper brother Lokan, Mal is determined to get his hands on High Reverend Pytor Kuznetsov. As Mal moves in to grab the reverend, he runs into Calliope Kane, one of the blooded Daughters of Aset, who has her own reason for grabbing Kuznetsov. Calliope gets away with Kuznetsov when a fire-throwing third party shows up. Mal and Calliope should be enemies, but like his brother before him, Mal finds the Daughter of Aset all too intriguing. Having hated Soul Reapers for most of her life, Calliope can’t understand the attraction she feels. Events are being orchestrated and all the brothers and their mates may be in more trouble than they know. (HQN, Oct., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith