This little story, which takes place after the trilogy, was so cute it nearly made me cry. All three men were such sweethearts in this one, even Baltsaros.
The final book didn’t have the happiest of endings because the characters were still struggling with some things, but I’m glad to say this short story fixed that. It was a much better ending, and I definitely recommend it. I’m gonna miss these characters.
Tom just kissed him and murmured to him softly. “I love you, Jon. Do you hear me? Do you? I bloody love you.”
The three of them were such broken things. They truly needed one another.
(And I don’t even have to say it, but of course Michael Ferraiuolo’s narration of the audio was amazing.)
An amazing series, and this gave it the adorable ending it deserved!
Fans of Books 1-3 in Bey Deckard's Baal's Heart series. Anyone who likes pirates, complicated polyamorous relationships, BDSM, and characters who are terrible but complex and interesting and who you can't help but love as the series goes on.
More Books in the Series:
Book Review: Caged (Baal’s Heart Book 1) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]
Book Review: Sacrificed (Baal’s Heart Book 2) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]
Book Review: Fated (Baal’s Heart Book 3) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]
Short Story Review: Careened (Baal’s Heart Book 3.5) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]
A Baal’s Heart short, following the events in Fated: Blood and Redemption
Plagued by terrible dreams, Jon begins to distance himself from Baltsaros and Tom. Perhaps a little holiday cheer is just the thing to help the three of them find common ground again.