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Soul Struck by Jacob Z. Flores
Series: The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge #3
Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: MM, Paranormal
Pierce Blackmoor is having a really rough time these days. His world has been turned upside down. He was always the strongest sibling growing up and as the oldest it’s his right to be the best. Recent events however have given middle brother Thad and baby brother Mason a much increased power burst which has left Pierce the weak link, at least in his eyes.
As the most powerful Warlock family the Blackmoor’s are charged with doing their part to protect the Gate, which is the source of all magic. Along with the strongest witch and wizard families it is their duty to keep the Gate safe. The Conclave who govern the three factions have charged them with protecting the Gate from an evil threat bent on total destruction. Recent battles with their enemy are what gave Thad and Mason more effective magical talent, as well as partners to love.
During a magical temper tantrum with his brothers Pierce inadvertently injures the emissary of the Beast King who has come to beg help from the Conclave. A virus is killing the shifters on their island of Aeaea and without magical aid they will all perish.
The exact opposite of the hot headed warlock, Kale Aquilo is a shy, gentle shifter. He’s come for help and that’s exactly what Pierce volunteers, regardless of his current lack of confidence. As they investigate and realize the shifter illness points to their enemy Pierce and Kale are drawn to each other. When Kale’s life is threatened the warlock will do anything to save his very own shifter. Anything at all.
The third stunning installment in the fantastical Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge series, Soul Struck absolutely satisfies. His own worst enemy, Pierce is struggling with identity issues he’s heaping on himself. The shifter Kale is the perfect counterpoint in this intense drama. Soul Struck could be read as a standalone story, but to truly empathize with the family dynamics readers would profit from reading this series in order. Chilling, dark moments are balanced against a spirited love story. Enjoy Soul Struck. This series does not disappoint.