For centuries, I’ve gone through life floating from one lover to the next, never tying myself down to anyone. But then Grayson walks into my life, and I can’t imagine spending it without him. Messing with the Warriors of Tempest isn’t my greatest move, but to ensure he can stay with me, I’ll do what I have to.
When Delaro seeks me out, the little witch makes my heart soar in new and unimaginable ways. Unfortunately, Delaro is an Ellwood, and his coven leader thinks I’m out to get him. Gray and I have to jump through hoops to even speak with Delaro, but we’ll do whatever we can because we both feel a pull to the man that’s turned our lives upside-down.
A shadowy figure starts terrorizing the land and threatens to destroy everything we’ve built and everyone I love. The three of us need to work together in order to conquer the new evil afloat in Brinnswick, but nothing is easy when something lurks in the shadows and around every corner.
Nikolai is the second book in The Brinnswick Chronicles and takes place in the same world as The Ellwood Chronicles, but can be read as a standalone novel. It’s a MMM that contains explicit material and is intended for mature adults 18 years old and older.
Hmmmm. Well, I was psyched to see this and super psyched to see all the characters I’ve come to love back together again. But…
Maybe it was the triad, maybe it was the characters themselves but…
To me, I felt more of a connection between Gray and Nikolai and Gray and Delaro than Delaro and Nik or all three of them together.
Delaro just felt so young and Nik just felt kind of creepy. I couldn’t shake that feeling.
I absolutely loved all the magic and how bad ass Delaro was and how Ailinn had to finally admit his baby was grown up! There was SO MUCH going on in this book and it felt a bit repetitive at times.
They would get together, something would happen, there would be fighting and danger and then worry. Wash, rinse, repeat. Over and over.
It was a lot and not my favorite.
In the end, I was glad to have read it and I am psyched about the next books in the series, but this was not one I’ll likely read again.