Sons of Sorrow by Nazri Noor

Locke and Sylvain are back for another dangerous quest. Sons of Sorrow is the second to last book for the Wild Hearts series and delivers the same fun and action as to be expected from the series. New and old characters cooperate (sort of!) to survive the Oriel of Fire and further the investigating into the Withering disease.

From the blurb:

The Tears of the Ocean. The Heart of the Flame.

Lochlann Wilde is preparing for his final entering the Oriel of Fire, the most dangerous of the elemental dimensions. Acquiring the essence of fire will score him another powerful guardian, as well as complete Aphrodite’s amulet. 

But the world outside the oriel has its own challenges. Sylvain has discovered something difficult about his heritage. Aphrodite keeps dropping unsettling hints about Locke’s true nature, too. 

Most pressing of all is the mystery of the parchment that cursed Queen Aurelia to begin with, the only clue that may lead to the truth about the Withering. Who is behind it? Why did they engineer the plague? 

And how can Locke and Sylvain stop them from infecting the cosmos?

SNik's Review:

Fourth in series (Wild Hearts), must be read in order. Paranormal fantasy adventure. Established couple. Single POV. 

Locke and Sylvain are gearing up to visit the last Oriel to get the Heart of the Flame and complete their quest to secure guardians from each of the four elemental dimensions. As they are still trying to discover the secret behind the Withering disease, some new characters join the old for another dangerous adventure. 

Locke and Sylvain are still going strong, with some sweet and steamy interactions, I could read pages and pages of just these two conversing. 

Some secrets are revealed in Sons of Sorrow, and we are coming down to the wire for some story arc’s to get finalized. All of Nazri Noor’s books are filled with humor, found family and some feisty characters, so this one does not disappoint, and was another fun read. 

Only one more book for this series and I can’t wait for their final HEA.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

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