The war is at a detente, but the battles rage on…With the war on hold until Marchosias names a new champion, a group of acoyltes for the side of Good arrive in the city to bolster Riley’s advantage through the power of prayer. But a lack of hostilities doesn’t mean there’s peace. A new demonic player soon begins making his name among the Five Families, making a power playThe war is at a detente, but the battles rage on…With the war on hold until Marchosias names a new champion, a group of acoyltes for the side of Good arrive in the city to bolster Riley’s advantage through the power of prayer. But a lack of hostilities doesn’t mean there’s peace. A new demonic player soon begins making his name among the Five Families, making a power play that would consolidate every demon in the city under his command. Riley chooses the devil she knows over an unknown threat, but bringing down the new arrival may cost her more than she ever thought possible.Faced with powerful and unexpected enemies, her loved ones threatened by danger both supernatural and mundane, Riley makes a monumental decision concerning her status as champion and discovers that peace just may be more destructive than all-out war....
|Title||:||Riley Parra Season Four|
|Number of Pages||:||482 Pages|
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Riley Parra Season Four Reviews
Even if you’ve read the earlier books, you still won’t be prepared for this one. In Detective Riley Parra’s fourth adventure, the story moves from a content peace to utter chaos in the matter of moments, and in the meantime your emotional investment in the characters has never been deeper.Riley and Gillian’s relationship has settled into full-out domestic bliss, and it’s nice to see that their relationship has remained steady and free of any stupid romantic tension tactics. They’re just a happy couple, committed to supporting each other, and it’s great to see that Riley is finally happy… Of course, given that she’s the Champion for Good in the fight between Angels and Devils, happiness always comes at a cost. And in Riley’s case, the price for her happy relationship doesn’t come in the way that you would expect. Oh no, it will be worse. Caitlin Priest, on the other hand, endures some trouble as she tries to balance her roles as an angel, as Riley’s cop partner, and as Riley’s protector all while seeking answers to questions that have never been asked before. Watching Priest struggle between angelic righteousness and mortal reasoning is always fun, and you’re never quite sure which of her two sides will win through during harrowing moments.Many other characters appear again, including Kenzie, Chelsea, Briggs, and other minor cast members. There are a few new faces, and some of them look to become integral players in the Heaven vs. Hell game being played between the two sides and their Champions.And just when you think that Riley’s story has fallen into a comfortable pattern, the author delivers a terrible knife in the gut in the last story. Where things go from here is an exciting mystery—can things get worse, or will it finally, in a way, get better?Buy this book, and find out. And while you’re at it, get the first three books as well, because you won’t want to miss out on characters who never quite do what you expect them to do, and a plot that isn’t afraid to shake up the status quo.Bought from Kobo books.
4 StarsI was sent this book by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.Wow, my head is still spinning from reading this book, dead Angels, new Angels, new Demons, lots of dead Demons. Reading this book was like been on an out of control Waltzer!!! I was completely enthralled but not sure what was happening at times!There was a couple of inconsistencies but due to the speed and the way the plot was moving at such break neck speed I just had to ignore this and keep on reading.More of the characters darker sides were revealed giving yet another dimension to both Riley and Caitlin. I was also left wondering what happened to Riley's opposite number. Also could a really evil Demon be so chivalrous? By the end I did feel this series was a little busy. However I can't wait to read the next Riley Parra.