Net Galley – March 21, 2017 Mass Market Paperback, 1st edition
Publication: March 21st 2017 by Jove ISBN13: 9780399583933
Series: Sea Haven/Sisters of the Heart #6 Rating: 5*
Viktor Prakenskii has for the last five years put his life and love on hold in order to take down one of the most feared motorcycle club from the inside. Along with wanting to take down the seemingly untouchable head of the organization Viktor wanted desperately to stop the exploitation of innocent children who were being sold into lives of perversion and shame. But most of all Viktor wanted to reclaim his wife, Blythe Daniels whom he had left behind after he’d murdered her stepfather.
*** First of all, I have to say how sad I am that this is the last book of this remarkable series of the Sea Haven/Sisters of the Heart. To say this was remarkable is almost an understatement, but I personally will definitely miss all the wonderful characters whom I’ve come to love.
Blythe hadn’t heard a word from Viktor in five years and had never even informed her sisters of the quickie marriage she and Viktor had embarked on all those years ago. When he showed up in Sea Haven after no word in all that time Blythe was full of emotions and least of all was the physical response he invoked just by being in the same vicinity as she.
With Viktor came his ‘family’ a group of damaged souls whom Viktor had grown up with and protected as best he could. This group were all ready to kill and die for Viktor and would not and by and see him hurt – by anyone. As far as Viktor was concerned, Blythe was the key to both his and his ‘family’s’ future. Viktor know that with Blythe’s gifts of healing and compassion she would be able to help him and his family heal from years of hellish abuse.
Bottom Line: With fantastic writing and super strong characters, BOUND TOGETHER, is the cherry on the top of this amazing series. I only hope that Ms. Feehan finds it in her heart to do another series similar to this and focus on Viktor’s other ‘family’ of misfits and how they go on with their lives.