Series: Wild Hunt #2
Author: Nancy Corrigan
Publication Date: February 16/16 by Samhain Publishing
Genre: fantasy romance
Back Cover Blurb:
Then...a whiff of vanilla. The face of a lover he's seen only in his dreams. He doesn't know her name, only that she stirs the hungry beast within him.
For a millennium, Tegan and her sibling riders of the Wild Hunt were imprisoned, suffering under a curse meant for the Unseelie Court. Though her body is free, she carries the curse with her-and the additional burden of finally knowing the name of her destined mate. A human named Ian Callahan.
He's her Trojan horse, the only one who can heal her heart. Just one last challenge stands in the way of claiming each other, once and for all. Failure means facing eternity the incomplete halves of a whole.
"Warning: Contains a hero who's more than just the total...package. And a daughter of the Underworld who thought she knew what Hell was...until she fell in love. Boundaries of monogamy pushed, pulled, stretched-but never broken."
Corrigan’s unique take on the wild hunt was a fantastic backdrop for this intriguing novel. It opens readers up to a myriad of new concepts and possibilities. The well-developed history and mythology behind it provided context for the increasingly captivating plot.
I loved the power dynamic between Ian and Tegan. The way that it was constantly shifting to suit the situation created a couple that you could really see lasting for millennia. The chemistry between them was off the charts. The way that Corrigan developed their relationship both physically and emotionally created a whole that not only left the pages sizzling, but also tugged at my heart. Minerva’s character also became very intriguing to me. Her secrets begin to come out, creating another character that I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know better.
Corrigan has created an unforgettable novel that is a brilliant addition to the series. The build-up of the backstory of the Wild Hunt was just as captivating as the erotically charged relationship between Ian and Tegan set the pages on fire.