Sealing a deal with Heaven is as dangerous as starting a war with Hell.
Rhiannan’s Law, Book 3
Rhiannon Murphy’s homecoming party from a hellish future is more like a violation of her mind, the mining of her memories by her vampire lover, Disco. Now he knows everything that transpired—and her personal life is in shambles.
Yet she has no choice but to push on to sever her debt to Marigold Vesta, the fallen angel who helped her return to her own time. Unfortunately this debt has a short due date, and failing to resurrect Marigold’s soul means Rhiannon must sacrifice her own body—or find a suitable substitute.
Then death comes knocking at Rhiannon’s door. Disco’s maker is in New York with a bone to pick—preferably hers—but he’s not the only one out for her blood. Revenald, Marius’s half-demon creator, is out to bring her to her knees.
Cornered, Rhiannon must turn once again to the fallen angel whose soul she’s trying to save. The penalties may be more than she can bear, but with nothing left to lose, it’s no longer about life or death.
It’s about getting even.
Warning: Content may not be suitable for those sensitive to dubious consent, rape, murder and/or violence. Fasten your seatbelts, secure your tray tables, and pop a couple of Dramamine. This ride is about to get bumpy.
The Ripple Effect is the third book in the Rhiannon’s Law Series. Since it is Urban Fantasy, I highly suggest reading the first two books in the series before picking up this one. With that said, I read book one a couple of years ago and don’t remember book two. So, I went into this one with some basic background.
Rhiannon is a strong willed character. That is the thing I like most about her. She is resilient and stubborn, but it works for her. In this book, she has to deal with the fallout of losing her vampire boyfriend, Disco. Rhiannon has a lot to deal with and she finds out that things she has done in the past created consequences that she wasn’t expecting. The story starts out a little slow, but the pace speeds up and things really take off.
One of the reasons why I love Urban Fantasy is because of the dark nature of the stories. The author does not disappoint with this book and things take on twists and turns that keep the reader engaged and enticed. The world building is fantastic! There are parts in this book that made me yell and scream and other parts where I wanted to cry. As for the sex? It’s scorching HOT!!! There is a lot to like and not much to dislike within the pages.
I highly recommend this book (and series) to anyone that loves Urban Fantasy or even those who haven’t tried the genre and want to. I do not think you’ll be disappointed.