Title: Eternal Blades (Sekhmet’s Guardians #3)
Author: V.S. Nelson
Published Date: November 8th 2013
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Tshering Snow never meant to fall hopelessly in love with her savior, the Ancient, known as Lance, but she did. He seems to care deeply for her, spending every available hour with her, but will he be able to give up his past and settle down with one woman? After all, he has the reputation of a playboy. Lance hates the personification he has created around himself. Afraid the others might not understand; he has held back the truth from Gabriel and the other Guardians. He has waited for the right woman, the one Sekhmet prophesized about so long ago. And now he has found her. When he is accused of fathering a child by both Gabriel and Tshering, how can he make them believe the child is not his, even if the boy is a spitting imagine of him? After the women are attacked by Set’s Legions while relaxing on Jennifer’s new yacht, they come to the unanimous decision; they will train and join the Guardian forces. But that’s not as easy as it was meant to be. Old fashioned and hard headed, Gabriel is determined he will not having women fighting in their war. When Tshering, Jennifer and Jessica are taken hostage by Set’s Legions all hell breaks loose on the Guardian’s compound. Lost without their mates, brother fights brother while they try save their women and put an end to the Legion’s terror. Will Sekhmet, the goddess they serve, step in and reveal the truth or will she leave them to find their own solutions to a never ending war as she has in the past?
Tshering and Lances story was beautifully done. I loved the romance and the prophecy of it all. I really Liked how it lead to the new team and I can’t wait to see what more comes out of it. We also get to meet the Goddess Sekhmet in the one the creator of the Guardians force which I thought was totally awesome!
The bad guys were great in this one as well, did things that defiantly made your stomach sick. They were crafty, but as bad guys are always looking for more and more power even among themselves they couldn’t stop fighting each other long enough to keep the good guys from kicking their butts!…lol…it always amuses me to see the bad guys do this when really its there own fault if they fought as a team like good guys do they wouldn’t have that problem, but then they wouldn’t be bad guys then would they…lol
V.S. Nelson has outdone herself with this series and commend her for it! she is obviously incredibly talented and amazingly creative to hold this many characters through so many adventures and stories and not have it fall apart in any way. This story and this series is truly amazing! and I can’t wait to read the next one.
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