/ Book Review / Embers (The Dark in You #4) / Suzanne Wright / – Beckie Bookworm


Release Date-July 3rd 2018 
Genre-Paranormal Romance
Kindle Edition-352 pages

Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright’s globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed.

Harper and Knox are back and better than ever . . . Discover the unmissable fourth book in Suzanne Wright’s globally bestselling The Dark in You series

The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher.

With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they’ve ever been before. Asher’s charm has seduced even the devil himself, but Harper knows that the real villain is still out there, and as desperate as ever to see the Primes fall. They’re laying low, and there’s no way to tell which one of their circle is really a deadly foe . . .

When the final horseman makes their move, Harper and Knox will have to use all the considerable power at their disposal – and that may even include Asher’s mysterious abilities. One thing’s for sure – this is a baby who’s more than a match for any demon coming after him.

It’s time for the world’s most formidable family to take the fight to the enemy . . .

Embers by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book four in the series is Knox and Harper again. For the moment there settled and enjoying family life along with there young son Asher. The fourth Horseman has up to now kept a very low profile, but that changes when their son is again targeted and whoever this unknown enemy is they’ve resurfaced and are yet again targeting Knox and his family. They’re also in control of a convenient puppet who is currently carrying out their dirty work. Also, this time around it’s Knox having to deal with Harper’s past for a change something he is most definitely struggling with karma really does suck. We also get to see a side to Harper here that we haven’t experienced yet. With her family threatened she totally goes postal and brings the goods to the table in a way that was as vicious as it was protective. Harper is one scary mother when her loved ones are threatened. So here we finally get some much-needed closure in regards to the final Horseman and also concerning little Asher. This also brought the heat and the chemistry between Knox and Harper yet again explodes off the page with its raw intensity.

This was such a fitting finale and while I am sad to be finally leaving these two behind I’m also equally excited to finally get to experience Tanner and Devon’s story next.