Review: Dark Alphas Fury by Donna Grant

Dark Alphas Fury 

Donna Grant 

359 pages, Kindle Edition

Expected publication March 7, 2023

From New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant comes another gripping story in her Reaper series featuring a brotherhood of elite assassins who wage war on the Fae at Death’s behest—and the women who dare to love them.

There is no escaping the Reapers—or me. If you succumb to evil, you will be judged. And we will come for you . . .

I’ve known the torment of being trapped, of battling monsters—both outside and within. But I’ve also known the peace and completeness of holding the one I was meant for in my arms. Unfortunately, she’s not intended for me. I am destined for one thing and one thing only: eradicating the evil that plagues our world. Once I deal with my nemesis, maybe I can finally rest. Even if it means my soul being reaped by the strong, beautiful, and utterly captivating woman who makes my heart beat like no other. But I’m not sure even that is possible. Because I am no longer merely a Fae. I am something else altogether.

Contains mature themes

4 Stars

It is always bitter sweet when a book series comes to an end. Donna Grant delivers an excellent and epic, good versus evil, final chapter in the tale of the Reaper’s with Dark Alpha’s Fury. 

Xaneth is on the verge of facing his biggest challenge and refusing to back down until the evil is gone. Xaneth’s powers are intense and he has an instinct on what it is that he needs to do. Yet he has this fear that seems to follow him and everything he does. 

Aisling’s circumstances, for becoming a Reaper, are some of the most tragic of betrayals. She keeps her heart closed and trust is very hard for her.  Aisling is focusing all of her energy on this group of Fae and get rid of this evil plaguing their world.  Yet her mind keeps finding Xaneth. It also seems that her heart would like to have him in it as well.

Dark Alpha’s Fury is an action packed, epic and emotional conclusion for Reapers. Questions are answered, battles are fault, emotions are all over the place and two people that should have been together finally get to be together.  Donna Grant has a unique way of tying her reader into the story and making them not want to leave. It’s more than just reading, it’s an adventure.

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