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The Baron's Betrothal: An On-Again, Off-Again, On-Again Regency Romance (Horsemen of the Apocalypse #2)
Miranda Davis
Rogue Rider - Larissa Ione First of all if you are a Paranormal Romance Fan and you haven't read Larissa Ione, then where the hell have you been?!Stop what you are doing and get the first book in her Demonica Series. I promise you won't be sorry.But a word of warning-Do not read these books out of sequence, you will get seriously confused!This is the fourth book in the Lords of Deliverance Series which revolves around the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Which in my opinion is one of the most original paranormal ideas I have read in years, if not ever. Oh and one of them is actually a women! (Hows that for a twist!)Reseph, the fourth horsemen of the Apocalypse (his alter ego is Pestilence) turned evil in the first book, due to a prophecy that I won't get into. He then spent the first three books in this series wreaking havoc on the world. His brothers and sister eventually saved the day, so he is no longer evil but the same layed back guy he always was. Unfortunately he now has amnesia, has no idea who he is or what he has done and is falling in love with a mortal who is terrified of demons!OK I am the first to admit that anyone with the name Pestilence doesn't sound sexy. But the way Larissa writes it I promise you he is. And some of my favorite parts of this book are just the simple romance between Reseph and Jillian before any of the paranormal element even come into play.But this book is not hearts and romance, Reseph can't hide from his past and when his memory returns he is tormented by what he has done. The guy has some serious problems. Not only are his former evil cohorts out to destroy him but he has lost the trust of his family(the other horsemen.) And he is still in danger of being possessed by his evil inner demon!I love Larrisa Iones books and I thought that this one was the best in the series. It was also great to learn more about Harvester and Reaver the Horsemen's two angelic (or not so angelic) Watchers. They are two of my favorite character and are always so mysterious. But best of all I was happy to learn that this is not the last book in the series.YAY!