Friday, September 3, 2010

OUR SACRED BALANCE by Marguerite Labbe

Book 3 in Triquetra Series
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: January 2010
ISBN: 978-1-935192-75-6 (E-book)
978-1935192749 (Paperback)
M/M Paranormal Erotic Romance
Obtained by Publisher

Lovers Kristair and Jacob are enjoying being together again after being separated for so long. Their life is just beginning when Kristair starts having nightmares and they are asked by an old friend of Kristair to help find out who is killing vampires in their homes. Jacob and Kristair deal with their limitations, tempers flare and danger mounts. Can they overcome their newfound weakness and heal the bond between them before their enemy destroys them for good?

OUR SACRED BALANCE is a fitting end to a wonderful series. I read this one into the wee hours of the morning, crying, cheering and rooting for Kristair and Jacob to overcome their many obstacles to get their happily ever after. Kristair has to learn to be a human in the 21st century while Jacob has to deal with the helplessness he feels with their mental link gone. Danger surrounds them and unless they learn to communicate again, Jacob and Kristair will find the life they are building totally broken. Ms. Labbe is a talented storyteller who delivers a powerful ending to a trilogy that was very action packed, fraught with danger and poignant at the same time. The sex scenes enhanced the bond between Jacob and Kristair and didn’t take away from the storyline at all. I highly recommend reading this trilogy in order-MY HEART IS WITHIN YOU, HAUNTED BY YOUR SOUL and OUR SACRED BALANCE- as each book continues from the story before.

OUR SACRED BALANCE is a story that had me lost within its pages and one I am eager to read again in the future. I highly recommend this wonderful series to anyone who enjoys a good adventure packed M/M story with vampires, magic and more. I look forward to reading more from this new favorite author of mine and am eager to see what she conjures next for her readers.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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