Here’s the problem with myths and legends; they’re fiction. At one time, they may have been stories of real people, but over time, the story was passed from person to person, so what was once fact, becomes the written fables of those long ago.
This is the true story of Death and the five horsemen.
Quitting her teaching career and working full time on her fledgling editing business, Julie Michaels isn’t prepared for the shedload of changes heading her way. To be precise, it’s just one screeching stop on the crazy train away.
Dean “Death” Apocalos never imagined change would come so swiftly in the form of love, chaos, and Decay. Dean and his three brothers are about to see their worst fear come to light; their forgotten brother and the fifth horseman, Decay.
Previously entombed, someone has let the loon loose on LA. It’s now up to the horsemen to put him back in his box… before he upsets the balance once more.
This book jumpstarts a brand new paranormal series for Lila Rose and Justine Littleton. Death is a fantastic read that put an entertaining spin on the legend of the four horsemen. It’s romantic, imaginative and funny. I was hooked from the first page.
The first thing that caught my interest was the vibrant characters that are a part of every Lila Rose story. I love her Hawkes MC series and this one promises to be just as addictive. The characters absolutely stuck in my mind. Julie was so strong and Dean (aka Death) was sexy and over the top possessive. I loved each of the brothers, and can’t help wondering which one will be next to find his mate. I feel that it’s probably the key to stopping Kayne / Decay. It’s to the authors’ credit for showing Kayne’s vulnerable side that I also really need for him to find his own redemption, as well. A mate perhaps for our villain too, I just wish it could be Fallon. Oh yes, in this one, even the secondary characters were interesting. This entire world is incredibly imaginative and there is an engrossing mystery and super hot sex.
So from beginning to end this story was pure entertainment. I loved it so much that it flew by with ease. I really didn’t want it to end so soon because now I’m left waiting for the next book that can’t come too soon. This series is a great paranormal escape that I feel everyone will enjoy.