Bonds of Fire

The Bellum Sisters, #2

Willow Bellum is so angry; she is fit to be tied. Her father has died and given her and her sisters away! As readers of the first book, Chains of Frost, will know, Willow is the second of the Bellum sisters, and a firecracker in her own right. Willow has been given to Lyonis Keelan, the Alpha King of all Shape shifters. After a bad experience with a shifter in her youth, Willow is far from thrilled with her father’s choice of protector for her, and decides that, if he wants her, he will have to chase her down. Literally. So she runs to all corners of the world, in an effort to avoid Lyonis, to no avail. Lyonis is determined to make her his mate. She does everything she can to fight it. And to make matters worse, a demon is hot on her tail, ready for blood. How is a succubus to fight her intended mate off, and survive an encounter with a vicious demon? Willow will need all her skills and talents to find out.

Bonds of Fire is, as I previously mentioned, the second book in the trilogy of the Bellum sisters. It is a wonderful story, moving fast and never stopping for anything. It ties in beautifully to the previous book, with the stories blending with each other, and working together to build the third novel, which is forthcoming. Romance lovers everywhere will adore this book (and the series) as much as I have.


Book Blurb for Bonds of Fire

Three Fates. Three Sisters.

Hotheaded succubus Willow Bellum doesn’t take kindly to being given to the Alpha of the shapeshifters. When the will from her dead father puts Willow under the Alpha’s protection, she runs. Yet no matter how hard or fast she runs, he always seems to catch her. And with each stolen moment together, Willow finds herself relenting to his quick smile and passionate kisses more and more.

When the Alpha finally captures his feisty succubus, he proceeds with a full-on seduction meant to weaken her defenses. Alpha Lyonis Keelan hasn’t made his way to position of Alpha lightly and Willow’s defiance to his touch only makes him more determined to win her. Because whether she wants it or not, Willow is his mate and he plans to keep her no matter what.

As their love struggles to take hold, an ancient demon stalks Willow. Unable to rest until it sees her dead, Willow and Lyonis must stand together or risk losing everything.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2012 4.50