Solomon’s Sieve by Victoria Danann
Knights of Black Swan #7
Published: May 22, 2014
Summary from Goodreads: When Sovereign Solomon Nemamiah lay dying on a beach under an overturned vehicle with his fiancée helplessly sobbing next to him, he made a vow to himself that he would refuse to stay in some arbitrary afterlife. He silently promised to return and finish what he started with The Order of the Black Swan and the love of his life. When the new Sovereign of Jefferson Unit begins saying and doing things that remind people of Sol, it raises suspicion in the minds of people who were closest to him.
Dr. Mercy Renaux is a new hire archeologist seeking to change her life and find something to blot out the guy she can’t forget. Sir Rafael Nightsong, bad boy member of the infamous Z Team, is the guy she can’t forget. When his team is assigned to escort the recent recruit to Bulgaria on a mission to contain irrefutable evidence that vampire exist, they both wish they worked for somebody else.
If you love a grand mix of romance, fantasy, science fiction, tears, laughter, and complex stories, this serial is right for you. 17+
named BEST PARANORMAL ROMANCE NOVEL of 2013, REVIEWERS' CHOICE AWARDS, the Paranormal Romance Guild.
Rating: 5 Stars
Review: I could not put this book down.
My favorite part of this book was Z team! I loved that they got to be part of the spotlight of this book. And you know that with Z team comes some sort of adventure, which really made me happy because the adventure is what drew me in with book 1. Now, I thought that this series was filled to the brim with swoon-worthy men, however somehow Victoria was able to squeeze one more in! Yes Sir Nightsong seems like a complete jerk on the surface, but he is totally hot!
Victoria writes some pretty amazing romance. I have no idea how she is able to weave so many unique, yet somehow perfect in their own way couples. We learn about Sol and Farnsworth and really get a chance to see them as people. And the new romance that she brings into this book works beautifully. Did I mention that she also writes some amazing love stories and love scenes?
I love the addition of Mercy. She fits in with the characters of this series perfectly. I am really looking forward to seeing more of her.
And of course, I LOVE that all the old favorites are still there – we get to keep up with Elora, Ram and Storm, which makes me very happy. If only there was a bit more Baka in this book, I may have fainted.