Even the darkest of hearts can find love.
Banished to the mortal realm for a crime he didn't commit all Nico wants to do is return home. Legion feels love is weakness, it's an emotion only felt by fools. Answering a bundled summoning attempt Legion's world is turned upside down by the exotic Nico. Intrigued by the mortal, Legion finds himself unable to stay away. Refusing to believe he might actually be falling in love he sets out to discover who has cast such a wicked spell on him. Nico has a secret though, one that could end his relationship and destroy his chance to return home.
I very much enjoyed Rider Jacobs’ new story of other-worldliness, Legion and the dynamics of the characters involved. Legion was the tale of the Prince of the Celestial Realm, always up for wreaking mayhem on mortals, referred to as dust bunnies. Nico, once of Legion’s world and banished long ago has been living as a mortal slave and apprenticed warlock. Upon casting a spell, Nico summons the prince and soon a relationship ensues.
For all his ruling and destructive capabilities, Legion was portrayed as a slightly naïve man when it came to love and down & dirty sex. I loved this about him! Rider Jacobs gave Legion an almost waiflike quality that allowed him to fall in love with Nico. Although he fought his innermost feelings, his love for Nico emanated and grew. Even when truths were revealed, the love he had was hidden in his depths and allowed them to persevere.
Nico was a wonderful character as well; delicate in stature but immensely strong in will. His beautiful disposition melted Legion’s heart as they forged forward towards love.
Legion delivered candid and out-spoken secondary characters. Legion’s brother Adoni and best friend Zar added to the mystery and spice of the Celestial Realm and attitude that surrounded Legion. I look forward to reading more about these characters and the life of Legion and Nico in future books.
If you are a fan of sexy men who are larger than life with spitfire friends who can transport through realms, then grab your copy of Legion.
A five handcuff review