For Ben Vecchio, everything has changed. His eyes. His diet. His new aversion to sunlight. But after a long sojourn in China, Ben realizes that the world he left behind hasn’t changed as much as he feared. He wants to leave his old life in the past, there’s one job remaining that just won’t leave him alone.
Radu’s mystery is too interesting—and too profitable—to ignore. The problem? Taking on this commission puts Ben in the path of his old partner, the one woman he’s spent years avoiding.
Tenzin has been following Ben at a distance, hoping his ire might wane, but when he heads to Romania, her patience runs out. Ben is a new power in their world, and more than one vampire will be eager to test him.
Ben and Tenzin need to work together if they want to find the truth behind Radu, his mysterious clan, and the treasure at the heart of the Dawn Caravan. One last job, then it’s finished between them.
Tenzin looked toward the bonfire. “English needs better words.”
“Then find another language to tell me how you feel,” he said. “You find the right words to tell me, and I will learn the language.”
It’s my favourite time of year! A new Elemental Legacy book! And oh how I loved this book so much. I haven’t just been waiting for this book since November 26, 2019. I’ve been waiting for this since before the first book came out. Since before the first novella came out. It did not disappoint.
I loved absolutely everything about this book. I know I’m biased because I’m in love with this series, these characters, and this author. But it was just perfect. The flow of the story, which is not anything I ever talk about, was just so smooth. It was like I wasn’t even reading at all. I just existed in another place for too short a time.
If you haven’t read this series before, I cannot recommend it enough. And everything else by the author, as well. I also don’t recommend you read past this.
Ah, my poor precious Benjamin. After the events of the last book and his subsequent turning from human to vampire, my silly boy is just so, so angry. His emotions are all over the place. But my Benjamin is alive. It is beautiful, and I love it. Him. I love him so much. My heart was pulling in so many directions all book. And so was his.
And what better way to get over himself than to throw himself into a new case? Though, he wasn’t really given much choice in the matter. The vampire Radu, who came to Benjamin and Tenzin for a job a while ago now, has run out of time. He is missing something and it is vital he gets it back. But something is odd about the case.
Tenzin, who I adore in every way, shape, and form, has inserted herself on the case. Which makes Benjamin so angry because he feels so betrayed by her. But Tenzin has changed. As much as she can change at least. God I love this woman. She is still herself, but even better. I can’t explain it, because it is perfection as it is already written.
Benjamin, hating Tenzin for what she did, and Tenzin…being herself. Being a herself who is more awesome. Is there anything better? Especially because you know these two fools can’t live without each other.
I loved this book. Everything worked out exactly how I wanted it to. I’m so filled with joy. Also I’m going to cry when this series is over. Which, unless something has changed, will be with the next book.