Sunny Daye has known this day was coming. She and Ig have been lovers for years, but both of them accept that they are not meant to be a mated pair. When Igmutaka tells Sunny her man is “out there, and coming closer,” she can barely contain her excitement. But Fen Ahlberg is not at all what Sunny expected—in fact, he is so much more that his mere existence may change the Chanku forever.
Chanku spirit guide Igmutaka has known since the day he held the newborn daughter of Tala and Mik Fuentes in his hands, that she would grow up to be his. Unfortunately, no one thought to copy Mikaela Star on the message.After years of avoiding her overbearing spirit guide, Star has decided to return to Montana and face the beautiful and irritating man who has haunted her nights for much too long. But first, she takes a small vacation in California, where Igmutaka just happens to be waiting.
So this book caught me completely off guard! Don’t get me wrong, I have read the other books in the series, but WOW! This author has once again completely blown me away by writing another book that is so jammed packed with action, information, sex, and of course drama. And I can’t seem to get enough of it!
During the course of this book, we get to know more about Ig, Star, Sunny, Fen and their completely unusual relationship. And by unusual, I do mean something that hasn’t happened during this series so far. While I do think that compared to the other books in the series, this book has more sex scenes for sure, but this is also about 2 separate couples. As opposed to the other books that are about 1 couple.
One thing that I did enjoy about this book, more than the others, is we are really told a lot of more information about the history of the Chanku. With Ig being the spirit guide, we get to find out more from what he has seen happen, and then their Goddess does make more appearances in this story as well.
While this book was packed with a lot of information at times, I did like how there was some instances that where touched on again that have been brought up in the other books. I liked how the author added that because it’s another way that that ties the series, as opposed to the characters all being Chanku.
Overall, I did completely enjoy this book and I really can’t wait for the next book in the series!