LORD OF DARKNESS by Elizabeth Hoyt (CLICK HERE for review and voting button)
At times, the end and the beginning seem to blur
The Ghost of St. Giles is again cleaning up crime and destroying the warehouses that traffic young girls. Godric St. John is not your ordinary crime fighter, he is a man possessed of demons he is trying to clear away with each battle he wins. When Godric’s wife Lady Margaret shows up after a two-year post marital separation the most exciting part of his day becomes his nights when the streets interest him less and his wife entices him every moment.
The one objective in Megs reuniting with Godric has more to do with self-interest than marital stability. Megs wants a baby and the only way to achieve that is by consummating her marriage. The problem is Godric may give her the one thing she desires but the bargain she must agree to perhaps is too steep to accept. Megs comes to realize that all her relationships from this moment forward are going to be based on her acceptance that Godric can and will be the one factor to stabilize her existence.
Love has so many facets with some shining and others painful, Elizabeth Holt writes about every aspect of this with depth and insight. When you read a book by Ms. Holt, you know the characters will have as much drama as excitement. These elements combine to add to the pleasure of the romance.