Author: Victoria Sue
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press
Cover Artist: Unknown
Rating: 4.75 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 09/23/2015
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: M/M Romance, Paranormal
How can you repair something that should have been unbreakable? Darric, Blaze and Conner had been together for centuries, and their bond, like their love, should have been eternal. Blaze is trying not only to hold his family together, but stop himself falling apart.
The fragile relationship between the werewolves and the humans is at risk once more, and the goddess Sirius seems to have deserted them. Inexplicable changes are taking place to their little Omega, and while Aden’s powers are increasing, Conner seems to be losing his.
The terrorist group, The Winter Circle, is getting bolder and placing everyone in danger. Worse, there is a traitor among them, perhaps someone a lot closer than they want to admit. Just when Blaze thought the worst that could have happened is behind them, the traitor is revealed, and Blaze realizes that their circle is not only broken, but in danger of being irreparably torn apart.
I think it takes a pretty gutsy author to kill off a main character but that is what Victoria Sue did in Broken Circle and I was left devastated. I knew this book was due and was more than a little curious as to how the story would go forward. For Blaze and Connor I wondered if they would be able to move on at all after losing a man that had been by their sides for centuries and how would Aden cope losing one of the men he loved. Would Darric gifting him his wolf be enough?
It seems the time for grieving is short lived as the remaining triad are plagued with more adventures – and not the good kind. Aden is pregnant again causing more worry as he isn’t thriving. Connor is struggling with his abilities and fears he may be losing a part of himself. Blaze is trying to hold everything firmly together whilst dealing with the government over military issues. Since losing Darric everything feels fuzzy and off and they are not working well together as they have in the past.
It seems like Madden’s hatred and craziness will never leave the wolves alone – the man is dead yet still his evil past is affecting things. The Winter Circle is still a threat and it is now obvious that the traitor is one of their own but finding that person and stopping them before it is too late is looking less and less likely to happen.
Even though this is book 3 in the series there is still a lot of character development happening. Kudos to Victoria for keeping our interest as I literally couldn’t put this down until I had finished it. There are more than enough twists to keep you on your toes until the traitor is revealed and there are some very tense moments as the author cleverly brings the story to its conclusion.
The ending of this book could mean one of two things. Either that’s the end of it or it’s a respite until we see more of boys and continue to follow their story and I honestly can’t decide which I want more as Sirius’s Wolves deserve some happiness!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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