Series: Darkness Book #4
Author: Katie Reus
Genre: Romance, Paranormal
Blurb: From two different worlds…Now that she’s escaped her oppressive family, Nyx is enjoying her new life and friends—even if most of her friends don’t know who or what she is. As a rare demigod, she’s just learning how powerful she truly is, but family drama turns her world upside down, throwing the one man she cares about into danger.
He wasn’t supposed to fall for her…Nyx is nothing like the females half-demon Bo Broussard has been with. Sweet and innocent, she’s not even remotely his type. But the moment she walks into his bar, he knows he’s not letting her go. Unfortunately someone from her past thinks they can force her into an arranged marriage.
He’s not letting her go…Someone is targeting one of them, and Bo doesn’t know why. When they’re thrown into a Hell realm together, he and Nyx will need to band together if they want to survive the perils of that world. No matter who was behind the attack, his choice is clear. Defend Nyx at all cost and make her his forever.
Thoughts: I have eagerly been waiting for the story between Nyx and Bo, and I was thrilled to get started on Hunted By Darkness. The sparks have been building between these characters for awhile now, and I was waiting on Bo to make his claim on Nyx. The thing with so much anticipation though is that your expectations can sometimes be a little to high. Don’t get me wrong, I loved this book. I adore Katie Reus. And I love Bo and Nyx. I thought the world was amazing with this one as we delve into one of the Hell realms. The creativity of Reus is just one of the things I love about her. Another is her ability to make the characters come alive.
My problem here was those amazing sparks between Nyx and Bo….which for me seemed a little diluted in this book. I was expecting way more want and need and desire there than what I felt. While I loved Hunted By Darkness, I also was a bit let down with that. I’m not if it was just my expectations getting the better of me with this one. Regardless, it is Katie Reus…and you simply can’t go wrong with one of her books!