Raven’s Reckoning by Charlie Nottingham

Picture shows book cover for Raven’s Reckoning by Charlie Nottingham.

This is hands-down my favourite paranormal romance series of all time – and that’s after having read the Fallen series, the Mortal Instruments / Shadowhunter series and spin-offs, the Twilight series, some of the Vampire Diaries, some of the Zodiac Academy series, and some of the Dark Fae series.

To see my review on the first book of the series, please click on Raven’s Cry by Charlie Nottingham, and for my review on the second book in the series, please click on Raven’s Song By Charlie Nottingham

I recommend that you don’t read the rest of this review until you have read the previous two books in the series.

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Raven’s Song By Charlie Nottingham

I don’t normally do book reviews on sequels in a trilogy because I like to keep my book review blog quite varied, but for this steamy paranormal romance, I was more than happy to make an exception!

If you want to see my review of the first book in this series, please click on this link.

The characters may be vampires, witches and fae, but in terms of personalities and emotions, they couldn’t be more human. And I just love them, from the feisty female protagonist, Rain, to all 3 of her lovers. There’s her best friend and Fae companion, Graham, who always puts Rain first, the vampire and doctor Ezra who couldn’t be more of a gentleman and sweetheart, and Warren, who is both vampire and necromancer, and loves to flirt (amongst other things!).

This book has plenty of humorous and witty moments that are sure to make you smile time and again.

This is a book that features poly-amory, and there are quite the variety of sex scenes, including M/F, and M/M.

As for the plot, I really didn’t know what to expect after the first book in the series, but suffice to say I already knew the characters were in danger. I don’t want to give too much away about the plot, but what I will say is that there are some overarching themes, namely poly-amory, boundaries, and necromancy.

If you don’t want to hear what I have to say about these sex scenes, please stop reading now.

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