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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2) by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2)Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2) 
by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Life has changed for the Rowan Sister's now that Pema has found her Fated Mate, and sometimes Isis and Suvi just have to get out of the house. Confetti Too, the realm nightclub is open and doing business, and having to be rebuilt due to an archdemon and skirm attack not too long ago. Isis is expecting nothing more than another night of drinking and dancing, only to find herself talking most of the night to a cambion; that is part human, part fire demon.

Braeden is new to town, a metal artist with a son, and not really into the idea of being at the bar, and talking to Isis is making him feel even worse. He can tell she is innocent and sweet, but he has troubles. Cele has kidnapped his son, Donavon and is holding him hostage until he gets something on the sisters for her to use against them. She's also made sure that there is no way he can tell her what is going on. Bad thing is he has no idea why she picked him!

After a date to a music festival, where Braeden and Isis learn they are fated mates, things get even more complicated. Leave it to the sisters to figure out a way to work around whatever Cele is planning because not only are the young and talented, they have love and the Goddess on their side.

This is the second book in the Rowan sisters, and you really should read Pema first, it helps explain the issues with Cele a little better. It is also probably best if you read the Dark Warrior Alliance Series, or at least the first three books, before you start this book. The Rowan sisters are introduced in the second book of the Dark Alliance series, and the characters from that series show up in this series over and over again, so getting to know them in their series first is probably best, but you can do it without.

The sisters trilogy is more about the romance of the fated mates, but there is still action, magic and fighting. Of course there is light-hearted humor and fun as well.

Rowan Sister's Trilogy:
1. Pema's Storm
2. Isis's Betrayal
3. Suvi's Revenge

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