BURNING ASH (Forgotten Brotherhood Book 3) by N.J. Walters
Publication Date: September 21, 2020
Genre: Paranormal Romance
No one is more surprised than Asher, one of the oldest vampires on Earth, that he’s attracted to vamp hunter Jo Radcliffe. She’s smart, a talented slayer, and she’s gorgeous. Something about her pulls at him, like no one ever has before. For a man, whose name strikes fear in everyone––this is something new and intriguing. And quite possibly deadly, if she discovers his secret.
Jo has two things in common with the handsome Asher––they are both slayers and someone is messing with them in a very-much-trying-to-kill-them way. She’s not so happy about joining forces with a dude she doesn’t know. But he’s sexy as hell and really good at his job as one of the Forgotten Brotherhood, whose business it is to execute misbehaving paranormals.
She knows she’s bait in a larger plot to harm Asher and the Brotherhood. And there is nothing he won’t do, no line he won’t cross, to keep her safe––which may be the weakness that destroys them both.
I’m hooked on this series! N.J. Walters’ Forgotten Brotherhood Series is an exciting, unique and smoking hot paranormal series and BURNING ASH is the third book in the series. Asher was steamy hero material and Jo was a strong heroine. Their story had danger, passion, and great characters. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone, but I recommend reading them in order to get the full series storyline. I love N.J. Walters’s writing style. It’s easy to get drawn into the worlds she creates and get lost for a while. I highly recommend this series for paranormal romance lovers.
*Review copy provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.