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Gates of Rapture
Caris Roane

As a vampire and a warrior, Leto Distra is deadly. But after years of being forced to drink dying blood, he is now part beast--a wild savage thing lurking beneath the surface. With war on the horizon, Leto is determined to help the Guardians of Ascension destroy the enemy who turned him into a monster. And there's only one woman who can help him.
Grace Albion is certain that she's meant to be with Leto, but their future may be cut short by the impending battle. Now Grace must embrace her obsidian flame powers--and bind her powers with Leto's--if they're ever going to survive. With the fate of the world at stake, they must tap into powers they never knew they had…and unlock their deepest passions.
Sexy and thrilling, Gates of Raptures is the breathtaking final book in Caris Roane's Guardians of Ascension series.

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Gates of Rapture
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4.3 / 5
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January 29th, 2015
Gates of Rapture, Caris Roane This is #6 in the Guardian of the Ascension series The book can be read as a stand alone, but you really should read the other five books. There's too much that have happened in the past that continues in this book that if you didn't read them you might be a little lost. Great story, wonderful likeable characters and a hated villian. This is Grace and Leto's story. Because so many things happen and many questions get answered in this story, I won't go through it other than to say it keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see how things come to happen. The sex scenes are hot and for the most part necessary for the story. (knowing that when our couple goes through their breh-hedden is the cause of the amount of sex in the book). Not your thing, the rest of the story is enough to keep your attention. I do suggest to skim through it because things happen during the sex scenes that are important to the story. Enough of this book finishes, ties up, most of the questions in the first five of the series. There's more to be said... and I'm just waiting for Endelle's book, that's going to be a good one (although in my opinion we meet here breh in this one, just why they don't feel the breh-hedden is whole another story).
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