When his long lost foster sister and her new boyfriend show up at his hospital bed willing to commit felonies in an effort to commit felonies in an effort to get him out of his guarded hospital room, he suddenly finds himself burdened with the fact that his actions had now brought innocent people into a firefight that he had tried to avoid all together.
As he struggles to push the only family he has left to a safe distance, a heavy sense of dread settles in around him and every instinct he has tells him that something far worse than Los Hermanos is coming.
Pushing them away and sacrificing himself seems to be his only option, but Sarah and Makkar have other plans. For better or worse, they intend on being there to the very end.
The very. Bitter. End.
The balance between the Dark and the Light is battling on in "Cursed". I was hoping for more of Ardra and Kaiser. But, as we were warned at the end of "Blessed", these new adversaries and their friends - and foes - take center stage. Once again, David Michael spins a fantastical, fast paced, sexy, snarky, and thoroughly enjoyable story about the balance between the forces of good and evil. However, in this book, the lines are not so clearly drawn. Are the messengers from God (all you fans of Angelic paranormal fiction - this one's for you....sort of)really ALL good? Are the people who represent the "dark" all bad?
Any TRUE fan of paranormal literature will enjoy Blessed and Cursed. There's a little sex, a lot of conflict, great supernatural beings, a great deal of witty banter, and action galore!
Thank you, Mr. Michael, for gifting me with both books!