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Cursed Mate (Shadow Guild: The Rebel) Paperback – August 31, 2020
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There’s no other way to say it: I’m up a creek without a paddle. I’m one half of a Cursed Mate bond, paired with the Devil of Darkvale, a devastatingly sexy, powerful vampire.
But we’re reaching the end of the line. Grey, who I think I'm growing to love, is cursed to kill me. Or he’s going to die. Fate will ensure we take one of those two terrible paths. Though we’ve tried, it’s been impossible to break the bond or the curse.
Then I discover a mystery that pulls me in deep. My past is not as it seems, and there may be answers that that can help me save Grey and myself. No matter how dangerous, I’m going to follow the clues until it’s all over—for better or worse.
Cursed Mate is the final book in the Guild City series, a fun, sexy urban fantasy romance by Linsey Hall.
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- ASIN : B08HS84TJB
- Publisher : Independently published (August 31, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 258 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8681276838
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.59 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,234,166 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Time is short and ticking away quickly at the open. Carrow is plagued by dreams and her fears of losing Grey, of never understanding her magic and how to use it to save the man she loves. And Grey knows that he will give up his life to keep Carrow, the woman he loves, safe from harm, safe from himself.
This story is classic Hall, a race against time. But what happens when time runs out? Carrow must turn to herself and look within for the answers she seeks, to the salvation of her mate.
Carrow is quite the heroine, all that is good, loving and loyal. A modern woman with a classic feel to her, with all the struggles and questions that go along with that. But Grey, Grey is a hero out of the best in classic literature. I've said it before, he's deep, dark and deliciously broody. He's Heathcliff and Rochester, and now, maybe a little bit Mr. Darcy as well. Honestly, my favorite hero of all the amazing Hall heroes. Together, Carrow and Grey make for an unbeatable read.
I have truly enjoyed the dual perspectives on this series. I think it's one of the reasons why it resonates so well with me. I loved how Hall used it to showcase not only the h/h feelings toward each other, but to also move the storyline along from each perspective and through their actions. That's not always an easy thing to do.
I wish I could say more about this story, but it would give it all away. I will say this, it is true to these characters. You need to read it for yourself. I'm not ashamed to say I shed some tears, both happy and sad. This one hits you in the heart.
I'm sorry we've reached the end of their tale. But I'm sure we'll see glimpses of them in future Shadow Guild adventures. I certainly hope we do.
This is essentially a romance between Carrow, a detective wannabe who discovers she has magical powers, and Grey, aka the Devil of Darkvale, a tall dark and handsome, hunky vampire. They are “Cursed Mates” who are at first unsure about the attraction, but as it grows stronger and Carrow figures out about her magical powers, they go through adventures on the road to figuring out how to break the “Cursed” part.
I read into the wee hours last night, not getting out of bed the next day until after 6:00 reading the last half of the series. There was much I SHOULD have been doing...oh well, it will just have to wait until tomorrow!
My one little nit pick - Carrow and Grey travel back to 1642 at one point. Carrow makes a comment about the furnishings of the time, and Grey says yes, they were “staider” back then. He should have said “more staid”. I can see Carrow saying “staider”, but not Grey. 😉
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The only thing about this book that left me wondering was what in Guild City was Seraphina up to?! Got to read her series to find out!
Carrow and Greys love story is good and griping.
Only quirkabout book 5 is 200 odd pages and I read it in a day grrrr.