Spooky! Reaper of Souls (Spectr book 3) by Jordan L Hawk

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Blurb

Next book: Eater of Lives

When an incubus murders the powerful ally of an anti-paranormal senator, it’s up to hotshot Federal agent John Starkweather to catch the demon before it can kill again. Fortunately, he has backup, in the form of his boyfriend Caleb, a telekinetic possessed by the vampire spirit Gray.

As the political pressure mounts and bodies pile up, John discovers an old enemy protecting the incubus: the Fist of God, a group that believes all paranormals are evil. But why would the Fist work with a demon? And why would they let it kill one of their own allies?

John and Caleb need to find out fast. Because the incubus lurks at the intersection of love and longing, and it’s willing to turn their deepest desires against them.

Review

First let me say that in each book of this series there is a definite story, a mystery to solve. Then there is the ongoing story of John, Caleb and Grey. Jordon Hawke has woven them together so well, you just want to keep turning the pages to see where they end in each book.

John gets trapped by The incubus and as we all know an incubus will draw on your deepest desires to seduce you and we see that John has desired Grey. This is just a small hint of things to come, but it makes us all wonder.

We hear again that a possessed person will say anything to make you believe they are okay and in control, all of this in reference to how Caleb is dealing with being possessed by Grey.

We have the great give and take as Caleb and Grey talk to each other, and we see Grey developing into a more opinionated personality.

Rating 4.5 of 5 stars

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the review. This is a great series to see evolve. I’ve read all the installments to date and also got the first volume on audio. So looking forward to listening to it as well.

  2. Thanks for the review. This is not usually the type of stories I read but this book sounds intriguing.

  3. Thank you for the review. I’ve had my eye on the series but I can never seem to find the time to read all the books I want to.

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