Review: Taken by Darkness (Guardians of Eternity #7.5) by Alexandra Ivy

Taken by Darkness Book Cover Taken by Darkness
Guardians of Eternity #7.5
Alexandra Ivy
Paranormal Romance
Zebra
December 6th 2016
eBook
112

 

The daughter of a witch, Juliet Lawrence has inherited magical powers–powers that could be quite useful to Victor, Marquess DeRosa, London’s most powerful vampire. But that’s not all Victor desires of Juliet. He wants the unpredictable beauty in his bed–and he is accustomed to getting what he wants. . .

**This story originally published in the Yours For Eternity anthology**

 

 

** Read as part of Yours For Eternity 

This is part of Alexandra Ivy’s Guardians of Eternity series. It does not play a part in the series and can standalone.

We get to meet Victor our Clan Chef in London and Juliet his mate. Juliet and Victor make an appearance in one of the earlier books and I was curious on how they hooked up. We get action, attraction and humor. Levet of course is in this and we get all the usual humor he brings with him.

I loved revisiting the Guardians of Eternity world and this line was my favorite: “My home is here…in your heart. And nothing absolutely nothing, could please me more.”

Rated: 5 Stars

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4 comments on “Review: Taken by Darkness (Guardians of Eternity #7.5) by Alexandra Ivy

  1. Aw that’s a great line. Good to know about being a standalone 🙂
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    • Some novellas don’t work as standalone’s, but this one can.
      I do love that line. It’s so sweet. ^_^

  2. I enjoy Alexandra Ivy’s books and this one sounds good!!! Great review!
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    • Thank you. I have and do enjoy the Guardians of Eternity series. Levet is my favorite. He brings comic relief.