They will Stop At Nothing, To Protect The Woman Destiny Created For them.
Tamara Mejia sees a vision of her own death, and decides she will not take living for granted, knowing it was going to be sooner rather than later. When two gorgeous men burst onto her own personal horizon, giving her all the more reason to grab onto every bit of joy and happiness they have to offer, she takes it.
Rafe and Vin were created by Zeus, the God of War. They are elite soldiers called the Ravens of War and have been best friends for thousands of years. Now that their latest task is over, having found the lost Goddess, their own need to find their Fated becomes paramount. When they meet Tamara, all their protective instincts and deepest desires roar to life.
When an old enemy kidnaps Tamara and whisks her off to Hell, it's up to Vin and Rafe to find their Fated mate. But they soon realize that finding her isn't going to be quite so easy, not when their enemy chooses to use her as a bargaining chip. Not when the game involves the Gods, and the stakes are raised. Will the power of the Ravens be enough to save the woman they love?
Two worlds collide in this thrilling second installment of Elle Boon's Ravens of War series…and these larger than life warriors are just getting started.
Content Warning: Crazy demonesses (is that a word…yes 'cause I made it up), Zeus unlike any you've heard of, and piles of sexy demi-gods. Intended for mature audiences.
~Joyfully Reviewed~All bets are off when the gods get involved in Two for Tamara, the second story in a unique new series. Two for Tamara is a gritty, complex romance with the occasional tense and scary moment. The Ravensof War series is building into something special.
~NightOwl Reviews~This is the second book in a series by new author Elle Boon. She has developed a world where gods from mythology are real and unusual powers common. Her heroes are tall, strong and answer to Zeus. However, don't expect just romance because there is a fight between good and evil that carries through the series. Unexpected allies show up in this story changing the way things are done. Better still though is the female lead who is strong, independent and quite capable of giving the two men who want her a run for the money. Bits of humor pop up regularly giving some of the more violent scenes a bit of relief.
~The BookChick Blog ~I really enjoy how Boon weaves together a dash of mythology with a whole lot of sexy and fighting off a horrible baddy in between. These stories are both entertaining (the Mal/Max dynamic tickles me) and engaging. I also enjoy seeing glimpses into the other Ravens stories. It definitely leaves me eagerly waiting to read about them.
If you enjoy menage, mythology, and intrigue, then you will definitely appreciate and enjoy the Ravens of War series