What would you do to save the man you love? For the Keeper, he would sacrifice the universe. Bitten by Morog, his first creation, the Keeper is dying. He isn’t sure how he ended up in the vet clinic, but when Trey walks into the exam room, he knows he’s found his mate. But he grows weaker by the day, depending heavily on Trey to keep him alive. When he bites his mate, the Keeper discovers that Trey’s blood just might be the key to his survival.
As far back as Trey could remember he’s had the most bizarre dreams. But lately, his dreams have turned apocalyptic. He sees the world ending, and there is nothing he can do to stop it. When Trey is kidnapped and forced to help a dying man who claims to be the creator of the universe, Trey isn’t sure what to believe. But the harder he fights against his attraction, the harder Trey falls for the one man who could destroy mankind.
Sometimes turning off your “but how would this work” brain is really hard to do. In these last few installments of Lynn Hagen’s Demon series we are dealing with immortal beings that are on par with “God” and it’s hard to believe they have illnesses and things like that when they are literally the creator of all things…
In any case, it is all in good fun – and our Primal Source is quite a fun character who spends most of the book fighting for his life from a demon’s attack.
This is a typical “sweet, young twink” meets an “old, jaded alpha” and likes to be dominant.
It’s fun seeing some of the old characters still around but beyond this it was pretty “meh”.
3 of 5 stars