Great for fans of J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series and Luna Laurier’s Of Shadow and Moonlight, Burn the Bone is a dark paranormal romance that is chock full of emotional intrigue, high stakes, and second chances.
Life’s all sunshine and roses now that Marcus is dead, right? Wrong. Now that the Inferno’s former boss is no more, his second command, Roger van Statton, steps up to the plate, and demons are disappearing left and right. As Ciaran’s best friend, Dimitri Romanov, struggles to identify the pattern of the kidnappings and murders, a mysterious guest shows up at the front door. Dimitri knew life was a bitch, but bringing in old flames was a new low.
When you’re a killer, it’s hard to prove you didn’t, in fact, kill someone, and Red’s all out of ideas. On the run from the cops who want to arrest her for the one murder she didn’t commit, Reddina Leeyan decides to turn to some old friends. The trouble is, none of them want to see each other. As Roger’s plans pick up new steam, Dimitri and Red are thrust into a fight they didn’t see coming—and old feelings are brimming under the surface.
With everything catching fire around them, Dimitri and Red have two choices: lock themselves up in cages of their own making or fight for what they love. As the second installment in the Newborn City Series, Burn the Bone forces its heroes to deal with kidnapping, torture, and, worst yet, confronting their feelings.
Inspired by the works of authors like Debrah Harkness and Neil Gaiman, Burn the Bone is the gripping sequel to Affinity for Pain that’s perfect for smut-lovers seeking a romance that includes combat, healing, and fiery passion.