But when Cassandra Peters recalls him after the stunt he pulled in a club, Wulf is intrigued by her. Their relationship starts off smoking hot in a bed surrounded by mirrors, but it’s more than just sex between Wulf and Cassandra. As half Apollite, Cassandra is cursed to die and this is a problem because she is the last remaining person of the Apollo line.
Though I liked Wulf and Cassandra together, I can’t say that there were my favorite couple of the series. But that is not to say that their story is not filled with heart or the usual action-packed scenes that Kenyon always provides her readers. All that is in this book and more.
I really enjoyed the side characters in this book, particularly Urien and Phoebe. I thought they had great presence and nice little love story themselves in this book. I wished we could have read more about them.