Title: Soul Struck (The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge: Book Three)
Author Name & Publisher: Jacob Z. Flores (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length:December 14th 2015- 224 pages
Like the electricity he commands, Pierce Blackmoor streaks through life on raw power and pure sexual energy. His conquests on the battlefield and in the bedroom form his foundation, but that bedrock crumbles when his younger brothers’ abilities surpass his own. Pierce finds himself at an all-time low, and clawing his way back to the top becomes his only concern.
Pierce’s plan to reassert his dominance, however, takes a backseat when he wounds Kale Aquilo, an emissary of the Beast King, lord of all shifters.
Kale’s beguiling nature shoots like a lightning bolt straight to Pierce’s soul, and when the soft-spoken Kale relays that a virus is killing his people, Pierce abandons his quest for power to do something he has never done before—protect someone other than himself.
As Kale, Pierce, and his brothers struggle to find the root of the magical virus spreading plague across Aeaea, the shifter island, they face a gauntlet of old and new foes. Soul struck, Pierce and Kale must uncover the truth behind the conspiracy gathering in the shadows.
This book was such a good addition to this series!
You get Pierce the older brother and the more wild one of the three. Then there was Kale who is a bird shifter and emissary of the Beast King.
Now I loved the way this author wrote this characters and this story! To be honest I really loved everything about this book but the fact that you get to see very little of these two men together so I am not really sure how I feel about them as a couple.
But other than that you get a lot of action, a little bit of steam and some sweet too. All three brothers must work together in this book. So you also get to see a lot of the characters from the previous books in this series in this book too. Which I really loved!
So I will leave this review with… I really liked this book and would recommend this series!
Summers in Provincetown, Massachusetts, provide Jacob with inspiration for his fiction. The abundance of barely clothed man flesh and daily debauchery stimulates his personal muse. When he isn’t stroking the keyboard, Jacob spends time with his daughter. They both represent a bright blue blip in an otherwise predominantly red swath in south Texas.