Review of Fated: Blood and Redemption (Baal’s Heart #3) by Bey Deckard


Finding Paths and Mending Ways

Genre: Erotica (M/M, M/M/M), Action/Adventure

Book Length (Est.): 350 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

With the captain’s mind in shambles, Jon and Tom set out to find the passage home through the black mountain range, hoping to find a cure for Baltsaros’s madness. However, when the men are forced to part ways, darkness takes root in the schism created; fate, lust, and vengeance become obsessions threatening to tear apart the fragile bonds holding the three together.

Following on the heels of Sacrificed, Fated takes the pirates on a quest to find those responsible for the captain’s bloody beginnings. But can they survive what awaits them where past and present meet? 

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

As always Bey Deckard writes another fantastic novel that will pull you away from your everyday life and drop to right dead smack in the middle of a land filled with pirates, monsters, and erotic fantasies.

Fated: Blood and Redemption begins where Sacrificed: Heart Beyond the Spires left off with Baltsaros in a state of mental confusion and half insane. Jon and Tom will stop at nothing to get back their captain and the man they love. But each have their own ways of doing and dealing with things and only their trust and faith in each other will get them through it.

Throughout the entire story emotional ties will begin to mend, friends and family will come together in new light, and all with a little crazy and superstition weaved in. Baltsaros will find his mind once again, but he’ll never be the same man he once was. In some ways he’ll be better, but in others not so much. Tom is as feisty as ever, but even he can be calmed and does enjoy it from time to time. Jon is a little more difficult to explain. All three men have changed so much since the series first began, but Jon the most I think. He is in the midst of finding himself and losing himself all at the same time.

And don’t let me forget the erotic encounters. Holy hell! Throughout all three books I don’t remember one scenario ever repeating. There’s always something new and each and every one is just as hot as the one before…sometimes even more so.

My Favorite Moment: I loved the interactions between Jon and Kat. When he told her about the nickname Baltsaros calls Tom her reaction was hilarious. 

Jenn 4 Heart

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