As part of the Glymera, Peyton knows his family expects him to find a female from his class to mate. But when the woman he loves finds someone else, Peyton is left to his own devices. A stupid decision during a fight with a group of Lessers, injures Novo, a female from the trainee program. Peyton feels responsible for Novo's grave injuries, staying with her at the Brotherhood compound. Novo isn't looking for a relationship with Peyton. Her past has forced her to forget about falling in love, especially with a guy whose family would find her unsuitable.
This is the third book in the Black Dagger Legacy series. This book had two romances. Along with Peyton and Novo's story, we had Saxton who is ready to move away from New York so he doesn't have to see Blay, the guy who broke his heart. He doesn't expect to fall for Ruhn, a new member of the household. I liked both romances, but didn't love them. They felt very predictable to me. Maybe it was because the whole book was the two romances. I've come to expect other happenings while reading books by this author. Maybe it needed more battles...or maybe some storyline involving the brotherhood. So, while this book lacked something I can't put my finger on, I still enjoyed it. My rating: 4 Stars.
Great story line and you'll need a box of tissues all the way through! Love the Black Dagger Legacy series!