Early Book Review: Lord of the Abyss by Nalini Singh

Lord of the Abyss by Nalini Singh is the fourth and final book in the Royal House of Shadows series, which is shared by several prominent paranormal romance authors. It is slated for release on November 29 2011. The premise behind the entire series is that an evil man, the Blood Sorcerer, captured the kingdom of Elden. In the process he killed the king and queen and destroyed many lives and the land itself. In their dying moments the royal couple cast spells in order to safeguard their children, however something went wrong. The four children were sent to safety, but not in the way their parents might have wish. The youngest, Micah, is the subject of Lord of the Abyss. The Blood Sorcerer was able to twist the spell most in regards to young Micah who is sent to the edge of the Abyss. The Abyss is the place where evil is sent after death, and the Guardian of the Abyss is charged with collecting the souls that must go there, and protecting the gateway. Micah has become that guardian, and has no memory of his life in Elden. Liliana is the daughter of the Blood Sorcerer, and strives to be everything her father is not. She seeks out Micah in order to return his memories and return Elden to its proper glory. Little did she know that attraction, friendship, and even love would become factors in the dangerous task she has undertaken.

See my complete review here on Associated Content.
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