The 3rd book in Lia Davis’ Divinities Series- my short review

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Another review from my list of past reads.

Dark Divine (The Divinities, #3)

My Review:

This is my first book in this series and I liked it a lot. Lydia has lost so many and wants to keep her son Logan safe. She is a witch, mom, healer, but also the demon slayer. To keep her son safe, she won’t let anything stand in her way, not even Zach, the sexy warlock who wants to stop her. I liked the interplay between these two and the element of Zach’s dark secret.

Book Blurb:

His darkest secret is revealed while her greatest fear comes to life.

New mother and Divinity, Lydia Rayners, is no stranger to heartache and loss. Her father, husband, and brother were taken from her by the demons, and now they want her son. Lydia will never let that happen, and she is determined to bring them down one by one—by herself if necessary. Her plans are going well until a certain sexy deputy discovers that she’s the rumored demon slayer and is hell-bent on stopping her.

Witch and deputy sheriff, Zach Manus, has run from his past for too long and it’s catching up to him now. He’s determined to keep his dark family secret hidden as he fights for control over his emotions and growing powers. His darker side controlled him once before, and he won’t let it happen again. But the closer he gets to Lydia, the more the darkness threatens to consume him, just as the gorgeous Divinity consumes his thoughts and threatens his resolve.

Zach is powerless to resist her, and while Lydia may understand him like no other, trusting her might unleash a new dark power that could destroy them both and put everyone they love in danger in the process.

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