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Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed. The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher. With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even t Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed. The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher. With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even the devil himself, but Harper knows that the real villain is still out there, and as desperate as ever to see the Primes fall. They're laying low, and there's no way to tell which one of their circle is really a deadly foe . . . When the final horseman makes their move, Harper and Knox will have to use all the considerable power at their disposal - and that may even include Asher's mysterious abilities. One thing's for sure - this is a baby who's more than a match for any demon coming after him. It's time for the world's most formidable family to take the fight to the enemy . . . THE DARK IN YOU series: BURN BLAZE ASHES EMBERS


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Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed. The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher. With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even t Harper and Knox are back and better than ever! The fourth book in Suzanne Wright's globally bestselling The Dark in You series is not to be missed. The final horseman awaits . . . and the stakes have never been higher. With the birth of their son, Asher, Harper and Knox are both more powerful and more vulnerable than they've ever been before. Asher's charm has seduced even the devil himself, but Harper knows that the real villain is still out there, and as desperate as ever to see the Primes fall. They're laying low, and there's no way to tell which one of their circle is really a deadly foe . . . When the final horseman makes their move, Harper and Knox will have to use all the considerable power at their disposal - and that may even include Asher's mysterious abilities. One thing's for sure - this is a baby who's more than a match for any demon coming after him. It's time for the world's most formidable family to take the fight to the enemy . . . THE DARK IN YOU series: BURN BLAZE ASHES EMBERS

30 review for Embers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️

    Everything I wanted...and more... If you follow my reviews at all, you know I adore Suzanne Wright's books. I have also made it pretty clear that I am 100% unable to judge them objectively (not that any review by anyone is truly ever objective - but that's a completely uninteresting philosophical discussion we can shelve for another day...thank God). As I was saying. This was me when I saw this book was coming around... ...complete with teenage girl squee-ing and jumping around whilst singing, "Kn Everything I wanted...and more... If you follow my reviews at all, you know I adore Suzanne Wright's books. I have also made it pretty clear that I am 100% unable to judge them objectively (not that any review by anyone is truly ever objective - but that's a completely uninteresting philosophical discussion we can shelve for another day...thank God). As I was saying. This was me when I saw this book was coming around... ...complete with teenage girl squee-ing and jumping around whilst singing, "Knox and Harper, Knox and Harper!!!" into my hair brush microphone. Okay, maybe not THAT that bad, but you get the idea. Let me just say that this book was legit awesome. Knox (swoon) and Harper (my spirit twin) were as magnetic and amazing together as ever and Asher was just adorable. I could read about them forever. Truly though. They are my favorite couple of ALL TIME. I would stalk them for all eternity. So, although it pains me to say that Wright said this will be the last Knox/Harper book...she also ending it by saying, "now for the side characters..." Holy shit, you guys. You know what that means... I. Can't. Fucking. Wait.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aisling Zena

    4.5 stars Re-read 21/5/20, 26/5/19 5/7/18 Review now posted I do love pre-ordering. Getting that email that says that your book is now ready to read sends tingles down my fingers. I was able to do it for this book and boy, I did not regret it. I stopped the book I was reading and hopped on this one faster than the Flash. Harper and Knox's story continues and also concludes their arc in this fourth book. I love visiting their world. And I do it often. I think I re-read their first book about a dozen 4.5 stars Re-read 21/5/20, 26/5/19 5/7/18 Review now posted I do love pre-ordering. Getting that email that says that your book is now ready to read sends tingles down my fingers. I was able to do it for this book and boy, I did not regret it. I stopped the book I was reading and hopped on this one faster than the Flash. Harper and Knox's story continues and also concludes their arc in this fourth book. I love visiting their world. And I do it often. I think I re-read their first book about a dozen times. I come back to them again and again as they are one of my favourite PNR couples. In this book we finally have a conclusion for their foes. My problem now, is the fact that I've re-read it so many times that all the reiterations feel unnecessary and fillerish. But for others they are probably a good thing. I usually appreciate some reiterations here and there, especially in series, as my memory isn't the greatest. In this case, I felt that at least some of them were not needed, such as the "anchor" explanation. If you read the previous three books it's not something that you need reminding of. And if you haven't read them, what on earth are you waiting for??!!(Go read them now!) You can't really read this one as a standalone. Regardless, I had fun and seeing their family grow was very entertaining. Their addition was adorable and I wanted to read more and more about him as he grows. I would love to linger more so I'm probably gonna re-read this first chance I get. Their story finishes satisfyingly but I'll miss them. At least we'll see them all again in the next book as Suzanne Wright has said she will continue on giving stories to the secondary characters. I have a suspicion Khloe and Keenan are next! Yay! P.S. Seriously, don't wait, go read the first three books! 17/3/18 And we have a date too!!! July 3rd 2018! 11/3/18

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    5 blazing stars.🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 I was beyond excited when this finally hit my kindle...………………… Just in time for the holiday...……………….... not the only fireworks going off today...……………………. and be sure to watch out for falling Embers...…… Suzanne Wright you made my day!!!! KNOX and HARPER, I have missed you. I love this couple so much!!!! Epic read. I literally couldn't have asked for more from these characters or this book . The fourth horseman is finally unmasked in this last Knox and Harper novel but more imp 5 blazing stars.🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 I was beyond excited when this finally hit my kindle...………………… Just in time for the holiday...……………….... not the only fireworks going off today...……………………. and be sure to watch out for falling Embers...…… Suzanne Wright you made my day!!!! KNOX and HARPER, I have missed you. I love this couple so much!!!! Epic read. I literally couldn't have asked for more from these characters or this book . The fourth horseman is finally unmasked in this last Knox and Harper novel but more importantly Suzanne also hints with her ending and acknowledgements to the fact that she intends to pen more stories based around her secondary characters in this series. Yippee!!!!!! I have to ask, did anybody else think that baby Asher reminded them of Jack-Jack (the baby from the animated movie "The Incredibles"). I had that image in my mind so many times while reading. For anybody that has concerns after book three, there was very little recapping in this one. Not that I could care less, this was a simply fabulous read. Suzanne Wright can do no wrong in my eyes!!!! I am up for anything she writes.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mindy Lou's Book Review

    This series is by far my favorite PNR series. I loved all 4 books, I loved Knox, I loved Harper, I loved Asher and I loved all the side characters. I'm sad that this is the last book to focus on Knox, Harper and Asher but I'm also very excited to see what's going to happen with future side character books. I highly recommend this series! This series is by far my favorite PNR series. I loved all 4 books, I loved Knox, I loved Harper, I loved Asher and I loved all the side characters. I'm sad that this is the last book to focus on Knox, Harper and Asher but I'm also very excited to see what's going to happen with future side character books. I highly recommend this series!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    Re-read 29th - 30th January 2020. Re-read 11th February 2019 Re-read 1st - 2nd November 2018 4.5* I love Knox and Harper they are one of my favourite book couples. I’ve been excited and waiting not so patiently for this book for what seems like ages. Knox is tall dark handsome and powerful. Harper is a brilliant female character, strong, intelligent, loyal, funny. I could go on but this is one of the strengths of this author. It’s surprising just how many female authors fail to write a convincing fe Re-read 29th - 30th January 2020. Re-read 11th February 2019 Re-read 1st - 2nd November 2018 4.5* I love Knox and Harper they are one of my favourite book couples. I’ve been excited and waiting not so patiently for this book for what seems like ages. Knox is tall dark handsome and powerful. Harper is a brilliant female character, strong, intelligent, loyal, funny. I could go on but this is one of the strengths of this author. It’s surprising just how many female authors fail to write a convincing female character. Baby Asher is absolutely adorable and he completely stole my heart. The Horseman threat is not over with one still out there. Knox and Harper worry for the safely of their young son Asher. And they’re right to worry since it seems that Asher is a target. I loved this book I really did and I want to give 5* but I had two problems. The first is a plot issue. I don’t want to put a spoiler because I know when I’m reading reviews I can never resist a spoiler and I don’t want to give anything away. But something just seemed so obvious. The second is the recapping. I’ve complained about this before (several times) I even stopped reading the werewolf series because I couldn’t stand the constant recapping. I’ll admit it didn’t seem as bad as the previous book but that could be because I didn’t move straight onto this. My argument is this isn’t a standalone if you want a recap re-read the previous books. It’s not long since I did a re-read of this series but this taste of Knox and Harper has made me want to do another.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘

    ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Boring, predictable and finished *⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ We're back with the most powerful demon in existence, Knox Thorne and his mate and anchor, tattooist and sphinx, Harper Wallis Thorne in the forth installment in the series and last of the couple as main characters. I must say that I was hugely disappointed in the book and story and myself. Why myself, you ask? Well, when I first found this series, I loved it - actually scratch that; I loved the first book. The second disappointed me as well as ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Boring, predictable and finished *⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ We're back with the most powerful demon in existence, Knox Thorne and his mate and anchor, tattooist and sphinx, Harper Wallis Thorne in the forth installment in the series and last of the couple as main characters. I must say that I was hugely disappointed in the book and story and myself. Why myself, you ask? Well, when I first found this series, I loved it - actually scratch that; I loved the first book. The second disappointed me as well as the third. All of the books was like a repeat of the previous ones and I got easily bored. They got very predictable and lost its appeal. Meaning, I found myself starting to skim. I even skimmed the sex scenes.... Back to the point, I loved the first book, loved it when I re-read it the first time and then BAM the second time re-reading it, it no longer appealed to me. Nor did the series. “It’ll never be over.” Even before she’d gotten pregnant, Knox and Harper both vowed that if anyone dared to come after their child, they would subject that fucker to an unimaginable suffering and relay a strong message that targeting their child would be a grave mistake. Levi’s grin was somewhat bloodthirsty. “It’s been a while since we really partied like that. I’m looking forward to it. I’ll bring the popcorn. And the chainsaw. The rusty one with the duller blade. The fucker won’t be needing their limbs for what we have in mind.” Knox returned his grin. “Just don’t forget the hot iron so we can cauterize the stumps. You always forget the hot iron.” “I know. Who forgets to bring a hot iron to a party, for God’s sake?” Sure, Knox is still seriously hot and I have no problem with him. At all. Knox were never the problem, Harper was. I slowly became annoyed with her and her family. But yeah, my main problem was starting to dislike Harper, which is not a good thing as she is a main character. However, one thing this series has is that we get to see Knox being a father. This I adored and loved to see: though it wasn't enough scenes between them, I wanted more with those two. It was something that bothered me with Feral Sins ; Trey becomes a father, but you don't get to see him as one, and that ruined things for me as I love Trey so so much. Overall, I'm glad I'm done with the couple, though I'll miss Knox. A lot. Oh and I wonder if Asher Knox Thorne will get his own book... Brushing his mouth over hers, Knox lifted a brow. “You think I’d let you leave?” “I could totally leave if I wanted to. You insist on ignoring my warnings about just how terrifying I can be when in berserker mode. It takes a lot for me to really lose my shit. But when I do, I do it in a spectacular fashion. Seriously, people have fled in fear when faced with—stop laughing at me.” Shoulders shaking, Knox captured her face between her hands. “Only you could melt my mood when it’s so foul.” He kissed her, poured himself into her. Sipped and nipped and bit, alternating between gentle and rough. Then, grabbing a handful of her hair, he snatched her head back and traced the shape of her mouth with his tongue. “Mine.” Quick basic facts: Genre: - (Adult) Paranormal Romance. Series: - Series, Book Four. Love triangle? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] Cheating? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] HEA? - (view spoiler)[For the couple, yes. (hide spoiler)] Favorite character? - Knox Thorne. Would I read more by this author/or of series? - Yes. Would I recommend this book/series? - I guess. Will I read this again in the future? - Probably not, even though it's Knox. Rating - 2.5/2 (can't go lower; it's Knox!) stars.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Somia

    I really enjoyed this re-read, I think more so than when I first read it, quite possibly because unlike the first time I didn’t read it right after the previous two in the series. In this book Knox and Harper who now have baby Asher have to deal with the fourth horseman re-emerging and causing trouble in a variety of ways. Harper and Knox remain awesome, both are fierce and strong, and their chemistry continues to wonderfully sizzle off the page. Asher was adorable and I liked how we didn't find I really enjoyed this re-read, I think more so than when I first read it, quite possibly because unlike the first time I didn’t read it right after the previous two in the series. In this book Knox and Harper who now have baby Asher have to deal with the fourth horseman re-emerging and causing trouble in a variety of ways. Harper and Knox remain awesome, both are fierce and strong, and their chemistry continues to wonderfully sizzle off the page. Asher was adorable and I liked how we didn't find out what his demon was until the end. Still impatiently waiting for Keenan and Kholë’s story to be told and Tanner and Devon’s story – please let there be a story for both!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    I am a huge Suzanne Wright fan and I have read, and loved, every one of her books. What I love most about her writing, are the heroines. Suzanne sure knows how to write about kickass.. "I don't take no shit from no-one" ..heroines I love them and Harper is definitely one of my favorites. I fell in love with her when we met in "Burn". The second reason I love Suzanne's book....are her alpha men. She sure knows how to write some HOT "you're mine" Alpha's, and again...Knox is definitely one o I am a huge Suzanne Wright fan and I have read, and loved, every one of her books. What I love most about her writing, are the heroines. Suzanne sure knows how to write about kickass.. "I don't take no shit from no-one" ..heroines I love them and Harper is definitely one of my favorites. I fell in love with her when we met in "Burn". The second reason I love Suzanne's book....are her alpha men. She sure knows how to write some HOT "you're mine" Alpha's, and again...Knox is definitely one of my favorites Now this book is not a stand alone. It's the fourth book in an awesome series and I urge you all to give it a try. Nobody does paranormal/fantasy the way this author does. I mself can't wait for Keenan and Tanner's books. I am sure they will be just as awesome are Harper and Knox' I highly recommend to those who love steamy PNR's with strong feisty heroines and hot protective alpha's ;)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    1st read 18/07/2018, 09/07/2019, 19/03/2020. Still fab. Still a must read and still a load of fun. The hunt is on for the fourth huntsman but they don't need to look far because he shall come to them. A reread was a must as Tanner Devon are up next and I can't wait. I'm also hoping for Larkin Teague, Khloe Keenan (and his monster c$ck) lol but who will Levi get together with? Maybe the witch? My heart beat so fast for these three and how adorable is Asher? Very adorable and he is a handful. It is a 1st read 18/07/2018, 09/07/2019, 19/03/2020. Still fab. Still a must read and still a load of fun. The hunt is on for the fourth huntsman but they don't need to look far because he shall come to them. A reread was a must as Tanner Devon are up next and I can't wait. I'm also hoping for Larkin Teague, Khloe Keenan (and his monster c$ck) lol but who will Levi get together with? Maybe the witch? My heart beat so fast for these three and how adorable is Asher? Very adorable and he is a handful. It is an amazing ending. I loved everything and would love more. Read the series this author is fabulous, amazing and original in her ideas.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gi's Spot Reviews

    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bkkcyr6hjj2/ 5 Gazillion ‘Perfect Powerful Trifecta’ Stars OoooooMmmmmGgggg!!! What a PERFECT and BRILLIANT conclusion for the Four Horsemen mystery but most of all for the power couple – or really trifecta – of Knox, Harper and little Asher! Talk about a BLAZING wrap up! <3 I honestly couldn’t have wished for a better ‘ending’ for this part/couple of all time favorite series, Dark in You. Suzanne Wright showed once again her unparalleled talent in creating this allurin https://www.instagram.com/p/Bkkcyr6hjj2/ 5 Gazillion ‘Perfect Powerful Trifecta’ Stars OoooooMmmmmGgggg!!! What a PERFECT and BRILLIANT conclusion for the Four Horsemen mystery but most of all for the power couple – or really trifecta – of Knox, Harper and little Asher! Talk about a BLAZING wrap up! <3 I honestly couldn’t have wished for a better ‘ending’ for this part/couple of all time favorite series, Dark in You. Suzanne Wright showed once again her unparalleled talent in creating this alluring and enrapturing paranormal/demon universe with all its witty and enticing characters, as well as complex sub plots that have kept us hooked, along with the characters throughout all the series, and seriously craving our Knox and Harper fix. “Then you’d better have a good long talk with your damn demon,” she told him, “because three brands are quite enough. Especially since one of them is a freaking choker that pretty much screams ‘property of Knox Thorne’.” “Hmm, it really does say that, doesn’t it?” Knox feathered his fingertip over the thorny choker. “You don’t have to sound so happy about that,” she grumbled. All the Dark In You cast are extraordinary, but Knox and Harper – and now little Asher – completely stole my heart in book one, going straight to my all time fav PNR couple. If you haven’t yet read this EPIC paranormal romance, you really need to get your one clicking finger working, and start with book one, BURN, to fully emerge yourself and enjoy every single second of this demoniac universe. Knox and Harper, now as parents of the adorable Asher, prepare themselves to face the last of the ever present (even if in the background at times) threat of the last fourth Horseman. Juggling new parenthood with their responsible as Primes plus all the outside forces trying to cause them added problems in their relationship, and ultimately the big threat, one can say Harper and Knox have a busy time as usual, but what stood out in every single of this moments and battles id just how much LOVE and DEVOTION there is between these two. In truth, she fucking owned him—mind, body, and soul. But he was okay with that, because he owned her just the same. She did something to him. Fed something in him. Breathed life into his world. He couldn’t be without her. She’s singular. Extraordinary. No one in the world could compare to her. And she’s mine. Oh my, Knox has been a scorcher from the very first book, Burn, but I DARE YOU to not fall in love with this man/demon! He is my ultimate PNR best book boyfriend! And one of my biggest reasons for that enchantment for all things Thorne is his unwavering love, obsession, protective and possessiveness, and even WORSHIP, of Harper. Of course she deserves all that and more, her wittiness, snarky ‘give no [email protected]’ attitude, but loving and soft hidden personality, made me love her and put her in my all time fav [email protected] female characters. So who better to be paired with Knox?! They knew just how lucky they were to have found one another, and it was visible in every moment, every thought and every action. Too many amazing quotes to prove Knox swoon-worthiness TBH! Sigh… She was a thirst he couldn’t quite quench. A hunger he’d never fully sate. A drug he’d forever crave. Demons were prone to developing addictions, and this little sphinx had long ago become Knox’s. She was a drug he would never get enough of—one he had no intention of ever giving up. A drug that pumped through his veins, invigorated every nerve ending, and stimulated every part of him. Embers, truly was the PERFECT cherry on top of the delicious PNR literary dream that was Knox and Harper’s Dark in You books. Sure, as per my usual in suspense/mysteries, I got an inkling at the start of who was the villain – and was later on confirmed my suspicions, lol – but that didn’t deter one big of my devouring of the story, or even the unfolding of the sub plot. I gorged on every single clue, every single revelation and scene, as well as those SCORCHING HOT moments. Those two could burn up a house with that sexual chemistry, that’s for sure! Suzanne Wright revealed once again her uber creative ming, and writing talent with this mesmerizing demoniac universe to where she completely transports us and we never want to leave.So much so, that after the EPIC love story that was Knox and Harper’s – and with all this teasing about the secondary characters – I’m already counting the days to my next Dark in You fix, craving every single one of the secondary character’s own story! PNR Midas touch I tell you! <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 “I love you, baby. Always will.” She kissed him. “I love you right back, so I’d say all is good.” “Yeah?” “Yeah. You love me, I love you, our son is safe, and you finally fear me. So all is definitely good.” “I wouldn’t say that I f—” “Just go with it, Thorne. Just go with it.”

  11. 4 out of 5

    ✰ Liz ✰

    "I’ve never had someone as deeply enmeshed in my life as you are." Embers is the fourth book in the Dark in You Series. Harper and Knox have their hands full running businesses, managing people, keeping their marriage alive, and raising their baby Asher. When their family is under attack, Knox and Harper will do whatever it takes to seek revenge and bring wrath down on the people that want to cause them harm. "...you’re something I need." Told in multiple POV, Embers is another delicious i "I’ve never had someone as deeply enmeshed in my life as you are." Embers is the fourth book in the Dark in You Series. Harper and Knox have their hands full running businesses, managing people, keeping their marriage alive, and raising their baby Asher. When their family is under attack, Knox and Harper will do whatever it takes to seek revenge and bring wrath down on the people that want to cause them harm. "...you’re something I need." Told in multiple POV, Embers is another delicious installment in the Knox and Harper story. Now that their son Asher has joined the family, the dynamics between Harper and Knox have shifted drastically. Now they have more than just themselves to think about. Knox remains a "hot alpha male" who dominates everything he touches. Harper continues to amaze me with her drive to keep her family functioning and remain independent and fiercely strong. Once again, Suzanne Wright has created a magical world that once you enter, you will never want to leave. "Home is where it is safe." Overall, Embers is another winning read by Suzanne Wright with passion, romance, and paranormal goodness. Dark in You is a series that will appeal to any and all paranormal romance fans. I highly recommend this series to anyone who is looking for a great escape! I truly hope there is more to come from this series because honestly, I will never get enough! For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  12. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    I have a feeling I read this fourth book already. It was basically book 3, and book 2, just with a small child thrown in for good measure. Don't get me wrong - I liked it, but this just wasn't anything new or exciting. None of the side characters really get further developed, the four horseman story line is shown yet again, and people are still trying to attack Harper. Oh and sex with invisible psychic fingers, which really is as weird as it sounds (don't ask). Maybe reading these last three boo I have a feeling I read this fourth book already. It was basically book 3, and book 2, just with a small child thrown in for good measure. Don't get me wrong - I liked it, but this just wasn't anything new or exciting. None of the side characters really get further developed, the four horseman story line is shown yet again, and people are still trying to attack Harper. Oh and sex with invisible psychic fingers, which really is as weird as it sounds (don't ask). Maybe reading these last three books so close together is where I went wrong, but I think it still would have felt repetitive even with a larger reading gap. Suzanne Wright also tends to do this with her werewolf book series - the girl is snarky, the guy is domineering, and there's an older female relative that is verbally combative. Wright knows how to write (ha, that was unintentional), but I think she would be better off just writing a bunch of standalone books instead of books in a series; she just doesn't differentiate the books enough. Basically, just pick up the first book in each series she has and you'll be good :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    taveena kade

    “There’ll always be danger lurking, but I don’t think it’ll come too close to us. Not when I have a mate who can be absolutely terrifying when she chooses to be.” Harper’s mouth curved. “So you fear me now. Good.” He hesitated. “I’m not saying I fear you. But I’m conceding that you can be scary.” She frowned, incredulous. “You still don’t fear me?” “Of course not.” “I sliced off that woman’s toes with a flaming stiletto blade, one by one … and you don’t find me scary?” Fighting a smile, Knox rolled on “There’ll always be danger lurking, but I don’t think it’ll come too close to us. Not when I have a mate who can be absolutely terrifying when she chooses to be.” Harper’s mouth curved. “So you fear me now. Good.” He hesitated. “I’m not saying I fear you. But I’m conceding that you can be scary.” She frowned, incredulous. “You still don’t fear me?” “Of course not.” “I sliced off that woman’s toes with a flaming stiletto blade, one by one … and you don’t find me scary?” Fighting a smile, Knox rolled onto his back and draped her over him. “It’s hard to fear someone who once told me they loved me while bent over the toilet with vomit in their hair.” Harper cringed. “Stop. You fear me. You do. Accept it.” He skimmed his fingers through her hair, lips twitching. “You know, when you first told me you loved me, you shocked the absolute shit out of me.” The memory made her smile. “I know. Back then, I hadn’t thought you’d ever feel the same, mostly because I hadn’t thought that ‘love’ was anywhere on your emotional scale.” “It was on my scale a long, long time ago. But then that scale shrunk.” He’d become someone hard. Cold. He couldn’t say he was now either warm or cuddly, but he was no longer at risk of losing himself. And that was all because of the very person sprawled on top of him. Knox caught her face between his hands. “I love you, baby. Always will.” She kissed him. “I love you right back, so I’d say all is good.” “Yeah?” “Yeah. You love me, I love you, our son is safe, and you finally fear me. So all is definitely good.” “I wouldn’t say that I f—” “Just go with it, Thorne. Just go with it.” ********* 3/4/18: OMG YES I DIDN’T THINK THERE WOULD BE ANOTHER BOOK BUT IM READY FOR IT...JUST IMAGINE-MORE OF DADDY KNOX HOLDING A KID

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bex (Beckie Bookworm)

    Book four in the series is Knox and Harper again. For the moment there settled and enjoying family life along with there young son Asher. The fourth Horseman has up to now kept a very low profile, but that changes when their son is again targeted and whoever this unknown enemy is they’ve resurfaced and are yet again targeting Knox and his family. They’re also in control of a convenient puppet who is currently carrying out their dirty work. Also, this time around it’s Knox having to deal with Harper’ Book four in the series is Knox and Harper again. For the moment there settled and enjoying family life along with there young son Asher. The fourth Horseman has up to now kept a very low profile, but that changes when their son is again targeted and whoever this unknown enemy is they’ve resurfaced and are yet again targeting Knox and his family. They’re also in control of a convenient puppet who is currently carrying out their dirty work. Also, this time around it’s Knox having to deal with Harper’s past for a change something he is most definitely struggling with karma really does suck. We also get to see a side to Harper here that we haven’t experienced yet. With her family threatened she totally goes postal and brings the goods to the table in a way that was as vicious as it was protective. Harper is one scary mother when her loved ones are threatened. So here we finally get some much-needed closure in regards to the final Horseman and also concerning little Asher. This also brought the heat and the chemistry between Knox and Harper yet again explodes off the page with its raw intensity. This was such a fitting finale and while I am sad to be finally leaving these two behind I’m also equally excited to finally get to experience Tanner and Devon's story next. Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm https://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/ www.beckiebookworm.com

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ira

    Can we jump into the future? I want to read the story about baby boy Asher and his obviously, a fantastic demon! Haha! ❤️❤️❤️ Right this moment, I’m not too looking forward for side characters’s books, after Knox and Harper? Nah... But, let’s see 😘

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nicla

    Re-read - Still love this just as much. Loved it! Wish I could give it 10 stars. My favorite installment in the series. Can't wait for a spin off with the secondary characters. HEA (view spoiler)[HEA. It looks like there will be more books in the series with the secondary characters (hide spoiler)] Cheating/OW/OM (view spoiler)[ No cheating or scenes with OW/OM (hide spoiler)] Any push/pull (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Any couple separation (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Angst Level: Medium Re-read - Still love this just as much. Loved it! Wish I could give it 10 stars. My favorite installment in the series. Can't wait for a spin off with the secondary characters. HEA (view spoiler)[HEA. It looks like there will be more books in the series with the secondary characters (hide spoiler)] Cheating/OW/OM (view spoiler)[ No cheating or scenes with OW/OM (hide spoiler)] Any push/pull (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Any couple separation (view spoiler)[No (hide spoiler)] Angst Level: Medium (no relationship angst) Heat Level: Very High

  17. 4 out of 5

    Talltree

    3.5 stars!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Crack A Book Cafe

    Embers, book 4 in Suzanne Wright’s Dark in You Series, is just as amazing as the previous 3! This is the final book focusing on Knox and Harper and we get to meet their adorable tiny addition, Asher! I don’t want to ruin the series for you, so I won’t go into detail regarding the plot line. It’s my opinion that this shouldn’t be read as standalone. You’ll need to start from the beginning to fully enjoy and appreciate the cast of characters. I will say that we’ve gone on quite the ride with these Embers, book 4 in Suzanne Wright’s Dark in You Series, is just as amazing as the previous 3! This is the final book focusing on Knox and Harper and we get to meet their adorable tiny addition, Asher! I don’t want to ruin the series for you, so I won’t go into detail regarding the plot line. It’s my opinion that this shouldn’t be read as standalone. You’ll need to start from the beginning to fully enjoy and appreciate the cast of characters. I will say that we’ve gone on quite the ride with these two. They’ve had their emotional ups and downs while navigating their unique relationship. Over the course of the series, Knox and Harper take a journey of self discovery, growth and deepening passion; which I adored. “I’ve never had someone as deeply enmeshed in my life as you are, Harper. Never wanted anyone to be. I don’t have any real experience with emotional intimacy, which means I’m often flying blind here.” Of course, all while being attacked from both internal and external forces! There’s lots of intrigue that will keep you guessing as Knox and Harper try to uncover a conspiracy. A conspiracy that could upset the demon world 😉 As typical with all the books by this author, there’s a lot of fun and hilarity that brings all the characters together and highlights how close they are. Completely drew me in. The secondary characters surrounding Knox and Harper are fantastic. I can’t say enough good things about them. Adorable, evil, trouble makers, scary as hell and loyal to a fault. AND my review wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t mention Lou (short for Lucifer). He’s an endearing socially inept goof! Major comic relief moments for me… He doesn’t show up a lot but when he does he’s hilarious. “What time did you get here?” Knox asked him. Lou pursed his lips. “I’m too stoned to be entirely sure, if I’m honest. And I’m rarely honest. But then, maybe that’s a lie” And boy did I love Asher! He’s too cute. He has everyone wrapped around his chubby little fingers. It was definitely a treat to see super scary, potentially world destroying Knox soften just a bit around the edges. Aside from Harper, his son means everything to him. Ultimately, I was left totally satisfied with the ending of their story. But there is consolation because we’ll see them again. It’s my understanding that the series will continue with the secondary characters getting their own stories. Which I’m stoked about! I can’t wait. Truly, if you’re a fan of exciting paranormal romances with a huge dose of laughs and mystery you’ll love this. Suzanne Wright is fabulous and if you haven’t read any of her works; get on it!!! I beg of you LOL Follow Crack A Book Cafe :) Website / Twitter / Facebook

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rachael*Caribbean*girl*bibliophile

    Reread, spoilers ahead This one escaped the OW drama ....only to hit us with OM drama 🤦 I loved Asher and wanted more of him Again some repeating Bad guys get their just deserts finally I enjoyed this series and look forward to the guys getting their own books(hopefully) Original thoughts 3.5* rounded up and spoilers ahead! A good addition to Knox and Harper's story,although I mostly enjoyed it I had some minor quibbles - Too much repetition, this should've been labelled as not a standalone so fans of th Reread, spoilers ahead This one escaped the OW drama ....only to hit us with OM drama 🤦 I loved Asher and wanted more of him Again some repeating Bad guys get their just deserts finally I enjoyed this series and look forward to the guys getting their own books(hopefully) Original thoughts 3.5* rounded up and spoilers ahead! A good addition to Knox and Harper's story,although I mostly enjoyed it I had some minor quibbles - Too much repetition, this should've been labelled as not a standalone so fans of the series wouldn't be bogged down with stuff we already knew. After escaping the OW drama I really could've done without the Drew plotline. What's up with all the sex scenes being almost the same-Knox "don't come until I say" Harper "oh you mother f**kin bastard" blah blah blah I definitely expected more imaginative sexy times from this author. Finally Harper spoke up a bit about Knox's OW, she took it so well in the previous books I was beginning to develop a complex but I still didn't get closure on that. I wanted her to show that it bothered her in some way (idk I'm perverse like that lol). All in all I liked this one ok enough and was happy to get to the last of the who's who in the horsemen plot. I loved Asher and would hope he'd get his own book eventually. I'm a fan of this author's books so I'm definitely down for all secondary characters including Lou to get their stories told.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maya

    Well, it's safe to say that Knox and Harper are back, better than ever. I'm actually sad to see their story end, as in this is said to be the last book in which they are the main characters. There will be other books in this series and I am looking forward to that, especially Khloë and Keenan's story. I'm sure it will be quite hilarious. Just imagining those two together has me smiling. I'm not going to give away any spoilers, since it is already the fourth book and if you read the previous ones Well, it's safe to say that Knox and Harper are back, better than ever. I'm actually sad to see their story end, as in this is said to be the last book in which they are the main characters. There will be other books in this series and I am looking forward to that, especially Khloë and Keenan's story. I'm sure it will be quite hilarious. Just imagining those two together has me smiling. I'm not going to give away any spoilers, since it is already the fourth book and if you read the previous ones, by now you already can guess what's going to happen in this one. Or can you...? All in all, this was and is one of my favourite series. All that remains for me to do now, is to wait for the next book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    Embers is the perfect conclusion to what has become one of my favourite PNR series. It was everything I'd hoped for and then some. Hint, hint ...... If the author wants to revisit that world with stories on some if the other characters I'd be thrilled to bits. Bloody loved it. Embers is the perfect conclusion to what has become one of my favourite PNR series. It was everything I'd hoped for and then some. Hint, hint ...... If the author wants to revisit that world with stories on some if the other characters I'd be thrilled to bits. Bloody loved it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chitra *CJ*

    "Embers" is the fantastic continuation of Harper and Knox's tale. In the ongoing storyline of the Demon world, Harper and Knox face the biggest challenge of it all..parenthood. With the birth of their son Asher (who is the cutest and naughtiest baby EVER), they deal with not only the fear and adoration of the lair, but also the kidnapping attempts by the mysterious fourth horseman, an indestructible shape-shifting demon, lecherous exes, murdered dolphins and finally discover the depths of their lo "Embers" is the fantastic continuation of Harper and Knox's tale. In the ongoing storyline of the Demon world, Harper and Knox face the biggest challenge of it all..parenthood. With the birth of their son Asher (who is the cutest and naughtiest baby EVER), they deal with not only the fear and adoration of the lair, but also the kidnapping attempts by the mysterious fourth horseman, an indestructible shape-shifting demon, lecherous exes, murdered dolphins and finally discover the depths of their love and devotion for each other, as well as their little one. The book keeps you hooked from page one- its cute, sexy, thrilling and adorable all at the same time, and genuinely leaves you wanting to read more. Even the secondary characters are as expected- equally engaging and fantastic. I adore you Harper, Knox, Asher, and Ms Wright. Safe 5/5

  23. 5 out of 5

    thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)

    So sad when this ends, I love Harper and Knox and yeah the others will get their own stories and I do love them too, they’re all amazing characters, but I love Harper so much. But an amazing book, a great series, I think the dark in you is my favourite of all Suzanne’s series

  24. 4 out of 5

    Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠

    4.5 stars

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ann Lou

    It's hard to say goodbye to characters you've grown to love. Yeah, I know Knox and Harper will still be mentioned in the secondary characters books but it will not be the same. I wonder who get their story first. Khloe and Keenan? Devon and Tanner? Hmmmm... What I love more though, is to read a story about Asher. Oh, did I mention how much I love this series and its characters? I truly do. 😊 It's hard to say goodbye to characters you've grown to love. Yeah, I know Knox and Harper will still be mentioned in the secondary characters books but it will not be the same. I wonder who get their story first. Khloe and Keenan? Devon and Tanner? Hmmmm... What I love more though, is to read a story about Asher. Oh, did I mention how much I love this series and its characters? I truly do. 😊

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lučka

    Loved it! Knox and Harper forever <3 I could easily say they are my favorite book couple. I'm sad that their story is over, but I'm excited for the spin-off. Loved it! Knox and Harper forever <3 I could easily say they are my favorite book couple. I'm sad that their story is over, but I'm excited for the spin-off.

  27. 5 out of 5

    CC

    I know this was supposed to be the big conclusion. And we had the baby! Well I was bored silly. It was just a let down for me. Overall the series is good, but not SWs strongest.

  28. 5 out of 5

    AJ

    4 stars! Action, mystery, supernatural badassery, lots of laughs, romance and steamy sexy time, it's all here as Harper and Knox continue the search for the fourth and illusive horseman – now with baby in tow. Suzanne Wright has a gift for creating intricate and well-developed paranormal worlds, and she’s done a great job with series. The demons, their behaviour and powers, their world that is hidden from the humans, and even the intricate politics are wonderfully established to create something 4 stars! Action, mystery, supernatural badassery, lots of laughs, romance and steamy sexy time, it's all here as Harper and Knox continue the search for the fourth and illusive horseman – now with baby in tow. Suzanne Wright has a gift for creating intricate and well-developed paranormal worlds, and she’s done a great job with series. The demons, their behaviour and powers, their world that is hidden from the humans, and even the intricate politics are wonderfully established to create something that feels real. And even though I had forgotten some of the detail from previous books, she provides enough information to catch you up and ensure you don’t feel lost, which I really appreciated. Anyway, we’re back with Harper and Knox. The uber-powerful Primes are enjoying life with their new son, but their joy in having him comes with a huge vulnerability as their son is targeted by a new and unknown threat. The demon baby seems to be very capable of defending himself, but his parents aren’t taking any chances, pulling out all of their considerable power as they, their sentinels and their family close in on the final of the Four Horseman, determined to rid their world of the threat to their family, and the demonic hierarchy, once and for all. I really enjoyed this book. It’s fun and exciting, and I loved diving back in to this world. There is mystery and intrigue alongside all of the paranormal action and I was madly developing theories along the way, and I loved the twists, turns and surprising reveals as it all played out. As always with Suzanne Wright, there’s also a healthy dose of humor to keep things light and entertaining, and I loved the banter, teasing and insults thrown around. And, of course, there is the continued love story between Knox and Harper. Knox is pretty much the most powerful demon in existence and an epic badass, and as awesome as it was seeing him and all of his power, I love seeing him in the role of mate and father just as much. And Harper’s badassery is just as impressive. They are a fantastic power couple, and their love for each other was beautiful to see – and their sex life continues to be hot, steamy and supernaturally-enhanced, creating a wonderful dynamic for this committed couple. “I’ve never had someone as deeply enmeshed in my life as you are, Harper. Never wanted anyone to be. I don’t have any real experience with emotional intimacy, which means I’m often flying blind here. Not being good at something pisses me off. But you … you’re something I need. I absolutely refuse to live a life that doesn’t have you in it.” The rest of the characters introduced throughout the series continue to play a part, and I loved seeing them all again, and little Asher is a great addition as well. Though just a baby, he has a meaningful presence in the story, and his little mannerisms and attitude are just as entertaining as his parents. This is the final book in Knox and Harper’s story arc, but the series will continue with books for some of the side characters, with Devon and Tanner up first! I’m excited to revisit this world, and look forward to whatever is coming next. 4 stars.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    So, I'm sad Harper and Knox's story is finished. Oh, I know we'll see them in the side characters' books to come—which I'm really excited about BTW—we all know it won't be the same. Good thing I can go back and reread one of my favorite couples of all times over and over again. For though who haven't read this series, IMO it's a must read. For Suzanne Wright, a heartfelt plea... Please give us Asher's story. So, I'm sad Harper and Knox's story is finished. Oh, I know we'll see them in the side characters' books to come—which I'm really excited about BTW—we all know it won't be the same. Good thing I can go back and reread one of my favorite couples of all times over and over again. For though who haven't read this series, IMO it's a must read. For Suzanne Wright, a heartfelt plea... Please give us Asher's story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tasha Mahoney

    With every book in this series I think Suzanne Wright can't make it any better . Each time she proves me wrong. This is my favourite book of this series so far. I listened to this on audiobook and Cat Doucette once again brings this story to life. I think my favourite side character is Lou, honestly, he should have his own book. He's hilarious. With every book in this series I think Suzanne Wright can't make it any better . Each time she proves me wrong. This is my favourite book of this series so far. I listened to this on audiobook and Cat Doucette once again brings this story to life. I think my favourite side character is Lou, honestly, he should have his own book. He's hilarious.

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