Waking for Winter
The Philadelphia Coven has thwarted the Order of the Serpent’s every attempt to destroy their city, only to draw out the scariest nightmare from the Otherworld–the Caoranach. However, one member of the Philly Coven, Cami Akiyama, has already met this creature–the very monster who tortured her and branded her with a mark. Given their history, the Coven leader assigns her a bodyguard–none other than the gorgeous and lethal necromancer, Dante Martinez, the ex-boyfriend she’d disappeared on years ago. A single conversation confirms the spark between them never died, and based on the way Dante teases and flirts, he’s not about to let that flame get snuffed out without a fight.
Uncaged Review: What can I say, I am so bummed to see this series end. This is a series that sits on the top of my paranormal favorites list. Even though each book in this series, centers on a different couple and their story, the whole picture is it’s all entwined and the main arc within the four books ties them all together, and this last book brings it all together in a climax that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat, and all the characters come roaring back to finish this off as you are completely invested, and I just dare you to try and quit reading once it hits these last few chapters. I do recommend you begin at the beginning of the series – they can be read as standalones, but to get the full force of this series, start from Scrying for Spring and work your way in.
This one revolves around Camille and Dante. Cam is a banshee, and the time she spent as a prisoner of the enemy, almost broke her – and killed her mother. Now she is forever marked and owned by the leader of the enemies that want to destroy Philly. Dante, is the mercenary necromancer that despite Cam walking away from him years ago, is determined to stay at her side.
This book is a fantastic ending to the series, and the author doesn’t let you down, she throws out all the stops, and it leaves you breathless. Five stars for the series isn’t enough. Reviewed by Cyrene