Thursday, September 5, 2013

Review: The Love of Monsters by Andy Monk

The Love of Monsters (In the Absence of Light #4) by Andy Monk

All roads end...

Caleb Cade, liar, thief, womaniser and sharper of hearts has fled into the night many times before, but always alone and never pursued by monsters, both vampire and human.

Now he must care for the wounded Morlaine and nurse her back to health whilst keeping them safe from a world that would see them both dead. Their only protection the anonymity of the road and the wits of a man well practised in disappearing from sight.

Caleb knows his salvation rests in his love for a woman who does not appear to be capable of the emotion. Her love could bring him redemption while her rejection could finally destroy him. But just how do you make a monster love you?

Where the road leads Caleb will follow, on a journey that will take him back to his past and deliver him to his future; a journey which will teach him that there is a high price to pay for the love of monsters.

Book Four of the dark romance series In the Absence of Light; a story of love, loss, vampires and the black hearts of men.

My Thoughts:
A worthy conclusion to the Absence of Light series. I have loved this series so much. Dark, gritty, and historical with a twist of paranormal and horror. Caleb Cade's story finally comes to an end. He grows so much over the course of the series. I was worried for a while where the story was going, but you just never know what is going to happen. I was pleased with the way things turned out. And I may have teared up once or twice. I definitely highly recommend this series, but start with King of the Winter. (My reviews are a bit messed up as Ghosts in the Blood has since been split up into two books.)

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!!!
*Notes: Language, blood and gore.

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