It has been a while since I have participated in this because I have had so many guests posts going up on Wednesdays. But I really wanted to talk about this book, so it works out well that I have a break in the guest blogging! First I have to say thanks to Breaking the Spine for hosting this event every week. 🙂
Now, about the book. I am feauturing a book that is the second in a series. It is called West of Want by Laura Kaye. By the way, have you seen that cover up there? Wow! *oogles cover* Umm, sorry. Anyway, the first book in this series North of Need (review here) was one I absolutely loved and gushed over. Laura even stopped by for an interview, (you can find here) a couple weeks ago to answer some questions for me. (Thanks Laura!) I am really excited to see that the cover and the summary are already available so I can share them with you. You can see the cover, so here is the summary to fill you in on what the book is about:
Betrayal is all he’s ever known, but in her, he’ll find a love strong enough to be trusted…
When Marcella Raines’ twin brother dies, she honors his request to be buried at sea, never expecting the violent storm that swamps her boat. Recently divorced over her infertility and gravely injured, Ella still fights to survive.
Zephyros Martius is the Supreme God of the West Wind and Spring, but being the strongest Anemoi hasn’t saved him from betrayal and loss—worse, he’s sure his brother Eurus is behind it. When Zeph’s heartbreak whips up a storm that shipwrecks a human, his guilt leads him to save her, but he vows not to get involved.
Ella’s honesty, empathy, and unique calming influence attract Zeph like no other, and he finds himself wanting…everything. Ella knows Zeph’s different and fears rejection, but falls for his otherworldly masculinity and ancient, sad blue eyes. When Eurus threatens Ella, she and Zeph struggle to let go of the past, defend their future, and embrace what they most want—a love that can be trusted.
Summary from Goodreads.com
Sounds good right? I am so excited! It comes out next March, so I still have a little bit of a wait in front of me, but I know it’s going to be worth it! 😉 So how about you? What books are you waiting on this week?