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Series: Birds of Prey #4
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa
Without significant aid the Birds of Prey in Atlanta won’t survive the onslaught of the Blood Demons. They are multiplying too quickly. The goddess Athena has admitted that some major cities have already fallen, the warriors have perished alongside the humans they were trying to protect.
Wren’s mate Sebastian, a demi-god, enlists the help of his foster brother Fallon, son of the god Hades and the goddess Persephone. Hades has an army of dead soldiers he may call upon in times of war. Their numbers might just turn the tide if he agrees to leave the Underworld and help them.
Fallon’s introduction to the Birds of Prey and their mates goes well. Too well perhaps because the moment he lays eyes on Raven the young god is completely smitten. Even though the god does not bear a mating mark he insists they are meant to be together and nothing will sway him. Protecting Raven at all costs becomes Fallon’s priority. But after training and fighting for so many years how will Raven react to being left behind when the fighting begins in earnest?
As the body count rises tensions flare between lovers in a unique drama. The fourth installment in the Birds of Prey series draws deadly battle lines in Fallon’s Raven. As gods go, Fallon is honest and forthright. His only weak spot is his feelings for Raven even though they aren’t destined mates. Against the backdrop of impending war their complicated love story plays out. Fallon’s Raven focuses on a complicated romance as war approaches. This series needs to be read in order of appearance.