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Summary

Riley’s Guardians are breaking apart, and he fears he can’t put them back together again.  

A hybrid born of an Angel-Fallen union, Riley Shepard is an anomaly coveted by both sides of an ancient war. But he doesn’t want to fight their war; he has his own battles to face. As his family fractures, bonds are tested, and forbidden feelings threaten to tear his heart into bloody thirds. 

When the next attack comes - not from the outside but from within - is he strong enough to separate truth from lies, allies from enemies, reality from fantasy? How can Riley know what’s true, when he doesn’t even know what’s real? 

Life isn’t simple, love is complicated, and reality is terrifyingly blurry.  

Illusion is the third book in the slow-burn harem/poly romance series, Fire & Brimstone, featuring hurt/comfort and broken but brave guardian angels; the first spicy taste of love, and an unlikely hero who learns to embrace his deepest desires. 

Trigger warnings include: aftermath and non-graphic mentions of sexual assault, self-destructive behavior, and situations of mental instability.

©2020 Nikole Knight (P)2022 Nikole Knight

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Great story and a brilliant narration

I read the first two volumes and then found that the audio book of the third volume had just come out. Since the story builds on each other, it makes sense to read or listen to the previous volumes of the series "Fire & Brimstone Scrolls".
For all audio fans, I highly recommend the audiobook! Kirt Graves hit it out of the park with this narration, I was blown away!

The story continues, but differently than I expected. It's not so much about the battle between the angels and the demons.
"Illusion" is a journey of Riley and his guardians. Although there is not as much action and adventure, there are some battles to be fought. This volume is dark, there is some emotional turmoil, and it's not just one of the protagonists struggling with his own demons. Riley's burgeoning feelings for his guardians cause him to take actions that only create more pain. What sympathy I felt for him. Noel also struggles back to life after the horrific events and tries not to let the darkness take over. Gideon and Jai struggle with guilt and shame. But where there is a lot of shadow, there is also a light and despite all the gloom, hope always hovers along. Hope that things will get better. And it does, because Riley and his guardians grow together to a family, which is indeed not filed from bad time. But you can count on your family when you need them most.

In this volume "Illusion" the character development of the four protagonists is in the foreground. The author totally won me over with that, because she did it really well. Riley's adoptive mother makes a brief appearance and she has no good intentions.

The audiobook lasted over 11 hours and that time was totally entertaining and enjoyable. This was due to Kirt Graves who delivered one hell of a performance. Wow. He goes into each character individually and gives each protagonist the absolute perfect version. Kirt Graves has a great voice that is insanely easy to listen to, he portrays the emotions skillfully and thus takes the listener to a listening experience. Absolutely brilliant. I know for sure that I will enjoy volume 4 "Betrayal" in the audiobook version.

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Emotional, Heartwrenching, and Captivating

Though this story contained its fair share of emotional turmoil and guardian drama, it felt tame in comparison to the heartbreak of the previous book. Instead of centering around action, adventure, and shocking reveals, this journey explored Riley, Noel, Jai, and Gideon as individuals. It was fascinating to see how these men have grown and changed over the course of this series, and while I wish their circumstances hadn't have forced them into dealing with some of the trauma they had to deal with, there was something healing about seeing the way the four of them came together as a family to help each other. Riley's complicated feelings for his guardians caused him a lot of pain throughout the book, Noel had an incredibly dark cloud of suffering hanging over him, and Jai and Gideon's guilt and shame weighed them down for a good part of the story. Everything about what they were going through was heavy and sad, but despite all of that this book still struck a good balance between treating their situation seriously and showing that a brighter, more hopeful future was possible. When it would have been easy to walk away, these men stuck together and fought for each other, and that unity was what gave me faith that they would find a way forward against the odds. Riley's horrible adoptive mother continued her crusade to tear Riley down, but the angel/demon conflict was surprisingly quiet in this story. It actually made me more nervous to not see that plotline advance much, because I know it means that the next book could have even more terrifying consequences than the last. Either way there's no way I can stop reading until I find out what fate has in store for Riley and his guardians.

**I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this book. This review expresses my honest thoughts and opinions.

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My favorite harem-to-be

Riley’s life is complicated. As an anomaly whom everyone wants a piece of, he struggles. He has his protectors, sure, but even they can’t agree on how to care for him. He just wants to finish college and to keep the peace in the house. Oh, and NOT fall in love with the guardians who would give their lives for him.

Sometimes, school is the easiest part of his world. When his old foster mother reappears, things get much worse. He’s declared mentally unstable, and his world begins to crumble. It seems as if even his guardians aren’t going to be able to rescue him. But, as they have his entire life, they step up. And if that foster mother might’ve finally gotten what she deserved? I would be okay with that. Those stories of abuse still haunt me.

This isn’t an easy book – none have been so far. Riley’s early lessons of the deviancy of homosexuality have had a profound impact, and the rules about how guardians interact with their charges leaves him even more confused. He’s attracted to the three men in his life tasked with caring for him. But the rules say he can’t have them in that way.

By the end of the book there is a potential work-around, but there are far too many open questions. I know the series continues, and I can’t wait for the next audio to come out. Especially because Kirt Graves is such a great narrator. He’s perfect for the angsty and still young Riley. He does the other characters well also, but his Riley sticks with me. Can’t wait for more.

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Enjoying the series

A great instalment to the series by Nikole Knight. The story and characters are getting better, glad to be able to joint them on their journey. Kirt Graves is a superstar when it comes to narrators.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Illusion

I am enjoying the series. The story continues to be nuanced, and the world-building is very in-depth. I’m enjoying how everything is developing, and glad I jumped on board the series. Kirt Graves does a great job with the narration, and you can tell he feels comfortable with the characters.

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Oh the emotions

Story: This series is just getting better with each book. This story continues with where book 2 left off after what happened with Noel and how they all are dealing with it, Super angsty and definitely made me tear up more than a few times. I will admit that with the title of the next book that I am a bit hesitant with it but not enough to stop. I need to know what happens next.
Narration: Kirt Grave is great. He really makes you feel all the emotions the characters are feeling. Amazing

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Great story and performer

The focus on this book in the series are the emotional battles of our characters, not so much the outer ones. The outer threat is still there, obviously, but here we find the characters grappling with feelings that are forbidden in their world and trying to balance love, desire, friendship and all the complications of a poly relationship. A wonderful continuation of the series and I can't wait to see how the growth that happened in this book translates back into more action in the next one. Kirt Graves is one of my all time favorite audio performers because every character he performs comes alive for me in 3D and I can see them just like a movie. He works that magic with all the characters here.

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Beautiful and heart-breaking

I loved this beautiful, yet heart-breaking, third "Scroll" in the Fire and Brimstone series. This is the third book in a continuing series and is NOT standalone. It flows directly from the first two books, and you need them for the history. The scenes and description of the aftermath of Noel's capture, rape, and torture (from book 2) were just heart-breaking. Follow this with Riley's arrest and return to the mental ward, and this one is just packed with angst and despair. But in the end, there is love and hope that makes it all worthwhile. If I have any complaints, it is just those occasions when the story (and his guardians) make Riley sound like he's 10 rather than 20. That makes the whole sexual attraction thing feel a little icky and weird.

The narration by Kirt Graves is fantastic and really brings emotion and feeling to the characters and the story.

I received a free copy of this audiobook from Gay Romance Reviews and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

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Their Relationships Continue To Evolve.

MMMM, Dark, Fantasy, Ménage/Poly/Harem, Paranormal, Slow burn, Hurt Comfort. Easy to read, compelling story. Not a stand-alone as the story continues on in each book. Twists and turns throughout the story, an emotional story with angst brilliantly written and narrated fantastically by Kirt Graves. I'm not left with any unanswered questions at the end as the story is thorough and gives lots of details.

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The series just keeps getting better

I don’t even know how to explain how much better this series continues to get.

In Illusion, Riley and his Guardians are struggling to come to terms with the feelings between them all. Relationships between Wards and their Guardians are a no-no, so this doesn’t help with the tension. Add in that it’s just post Noel’s rescue so there’s lots of stuff going on with this. It may be less action-y than the first 2 books, but that’s because it’s focussing more on the relationship between Reilly, Jai, Noel and Gideon and there’s lots to unpack there.

Great narration too - Kirt Graves really nails this series!

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  • RACHEL REED
  • 05-03-22

Absolutely loved this

I absolutely loved this series!!!

Such a great book with a solid storyline and great characters.

I eagerly look forward to reading more from this author.

A definite recommend

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  • Bette
  • 15-01-22

This Series is Amazing! Brilliant Story & Listen🎧

Nikole Knight continues to wow me with her third book of her amazing “Fire & Brimstone Scrolls” series, the first two books are not to be missed and this book picks up soon after the second book, “Sacrifice” ended. The world building and character development has been phenomenal. Riley is learning more about himself and what he is, he is gaining confidence and is learning to get past his insecurities and doubts which helps him grow even more as a person. He still struggles with his inner demon, the most recent development, his inner self or rather, other self. I am looking forward to seeing where that development is heading to, other than a force to be reckoned with. Noel, who when thru hell when he sacrificed himself in the second book, is home but is broken and only a former shell of himself. Riley is not giving up on him and is doing his best to get him back to his usual self. Riley is developing feelings for his guardians and they returned those feelings, feeling that are forbidden to be acted on. When Riley shares intimate moments with each of them and he sees anger between Jai and Noel and he, in true Riley fashion acts in haste and does the unthinkable, he requests new guardians and the bond to Gideon, Noel and Jai to be broken and when it happens, it is such a heartrending moment. There is more relationship drama in this book, Ms. Janet is not giving up and want Riley out of school and back with her, she pulls a fast one on them which causes more problems for Riley and all his insecurities resurface and get the best of him. I loved how everything played out in this amazing fantasy paranormal romance novel, the story is cleverly plotted with plenty of drama, angst, twists and turns, thrilling and suspenseful moments, heartfelt and gut wrenching moments and a slow burn poly/harem romance that is heating up nicely. Nicole Knight thank you for another brilliantly captivating story.

🎧📚🎧 And for the amazing narration, Kirt Graves delivers another outstanding performance, bringing these characters and their stories to life. He has a complete understanding of the characters he portrays, giving each a voice that fits each character’s persona perfectly. sounding believable in every role he plays and just as I picture the character to sound. He has been consistent with his character voices throughout the series and the sound quality of the audio is superb. He sets the perfect tone for the story, captures all the characters’ emotions and projects them into his performance. This fabulously talented and versatile voice artist is an entertaining storyteller and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another exceptional listen.

Thank you GRR

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  • Kelly G.
  • 13-02-22

Great Addition to Series

Even though this series is a slow burn, I'm instantly pulled into the story and excited to see what happens next. Also, Kirt Graves never disappoints, and I can listen to him all day. The narration is on point.

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  • Lexi Zieve
  • 06-02-22

Loved it!

This series just keeps getting better and better! I loved this story so much. This story picked up right where the last one left off which made me really happy. I’ve loved watching their relationship develop and deepen even more. The action was great and the dialogue was fun as always. Can’t wait for more of these characters in the future!

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  • Jovan
  • 04-02-22

When Bad Guardians Get Worse

A Joyfully Jay/GRR review.

Audio: 4.5 stars

"Illusion" is the 3rd book in the 6-book Fire & Brimstone series and is not a standalone. The books should be read in order, as each one is a chapter in a continuing story; thus, this review contains spoilers for previous books in the series.

While the aborted confrontation with Lucifer answered the question of what Riley is and his importance, the emotional fallout leaves Riley in an even more ambiguous place with his Guardians. In the aftermath of Noel’s sacrifice and his subsequent rescue from the bowels of a dungeon in Purgatory, the bonds Riley and his fledgling family have been forging are severely tested. Though gone from the mortal plane for a few hours, in Purgatory, Noel was in the hands of his demonic captors for days—being brutalized physically, magically, and mentally in the worst ways. Scarred, in chronic pain, and alternately fearful and wrathful, Noel’s suffering is a constant within the household. Noel’s habit for self-destruction manifests outward, turning his penchant for going for Jai’s soft spots when upset into purposeful maliciousness. After all, what better way to punish himself is there than to hurt his Other?

Jai being Noel’s Other and the one he clings to amplifies Gideon’s guilt, self-disgust, and the helplessness he feels for his inability to keep Noel out of danger or to help him now. The barrier of propriety and reserve Gideon hides his emotions behind becomes absenteeism that, once again, leaves his more volatile Secondaries and Riley with too much freedom. While Riley aches for all of his angels and only wants to support and comfort them, he’s still too unsure of his place among them to freely act. To them, having Riley’s trust and being a part of his lovely, generous heart is the best thing to ever happen in their existence, but the damage done by Ms. Janet’s conditioning, his stent in a mental institution, and their perceived abandonment when he was a child keeps Riley from seeing the depth of their love and devotion. Riley desperately wants to believe that they love him in their own ways as much as he loves them, but fears it’s all an illusion. After all, his Guardians have been together for two centuries, sharing a history and easy (sometimes confusing) intimacy Riley is at turns intimated by and jealous/resentful of, so how can he ever be a part of that?

Plus, after finally tapping into the dark power inside himself to save Noel, he’s forced to contend with his own internal “other.” Having accessed the demonic side of his heritage, Riley can no longer lock down that part of himself and now has the constant, opinionated (and slightly bloodthirsty) Alter Riley in his thoughts, forcing him to acknowledge the complicated, messy, and sometimes ugly truths he avoids. Riley’s only respite comes from the normalcy he finds among his college friends and, surprisingly, his angelic training and mentorship under the archangel Uriel. But as fractures between archangels and heavenly leaders that have existed since the Fall bubble beneath the surface, agendas abound—from those who want to use Riley as a weapon to those who’d rather see the mongrel abomination put down and everything in between. Navigating, let alone understanding, the politics, rules, and undercurrents is still beyond Riley’s capabilities, leaving him exposed in even more ways; thus, when the secrets, jealousy, denial, and fear between Riley and his Guardians explode, Riley is left vulnerable and exposed to his greatest threat in the worst way.

"Illusion" is pretty angsty and centered in the dynamics of this hot mess of an angelic family. If it wasn’t clear by "Sacrifice", this book tramples any illusion that all angels in this world are anything other than, for lack of a better description, ridiculously human. So if you’ve picked up "Illusion" without reading the previous books or have set expectations on what guardian angels are/should do, this installment will probably make you want to pull your hair out and/or rage quit the book/series because, once again, the biggest threat to Riley is his Guardians. They are preoccupied with Noel’s struggles, and since no one talks about their feelings, they keep making the absolute WORST choices. Gideon feels helpless so he pretty much bails, has no idea how badly Noel is doing or that as Noel’s rock, punching bag, and sole support for months, Jai is drowning. Even when Riley calls him out on it and he’s home more, Gideon still misses the growing romantic closeness between his ward and his Secondaries. Riley becomes an oasis of solace for Jai that Jai can’t seem to keep his hands or lips off of. However, ravaging Riley’s mouth and self-control only to declare that what they’re doing can’t go anywhere or is wrong feeds Riley insecurity and, in turn, Jai’s remorse and guilt in a never-ending loop—keeping Riley off-balance and at arm’s length in spite of Jai’s growing possessiveness.

This growing uncertainty is complicated further by the reality of Riley’s love for Noel. For months, Noel avoids Riley and only turned to Jai for comfort as he struggles to manage his trauma, pain, and rage, but as Noel begins to heal, he and Riley slowly find their way back to one another. No matter how hot the fire Jai’s touch stokes in Riley, it’s never burned away the memory of the kiss Riley and Noel shared that fateful night. Soon, Riley is as physically involved with Noel as he is with Jai and the possessiveness and jealousy between Jai and Noel hinted at before soars to new heights. It doesn’t take much to upset the tenuous balance and healing in the household or for Riley to finally crack under the pressure and take drastic measures.

Although the story deals mostly with Noel’s trauma, its effects, and rebuilding, Knight does a good job exploring this theme with all the MCs. Riley had been slowly undoing the damage of Ms. Janet’s abuse, but there’s a huge, hidden byproduct he now has to face. With Riley now training in the angelic realm, there is also more world building and incorporation of characters Riley can talk to and learn about his angelic genetics from. I really enjoyed his relationship with Uriel and found these scenes to be a nice break from all the drama with Jai and Noel. It’s also a fun and clever way to show that yes, Riley is super subby and has a big praise kink. Honestly, in some way, Uriel has been the best guardian Riley has had; he cares about Riley, but has the emotional distance needed to guide Riley that Gideon only pretends at.

I also appreciated that, while this is a series about a polyamorous relationship, it isn’t a dynamic that everyone can easily slip into. Despite how close Jai and Noel are, they have set emotional boundaries between them that aren’t readily crossed. They’ve also spent centuries trying to be separate entities so sharing Riley because they are an Other pair isn’t as easy as it would seem, especially since Jai has some strong opinions on the topic. Gideon isn’t even in play romantically, and I can see him holding out until at least the fifth scroll.

Since the conflict with Ms. Janet is practically signposted by Gideon in the last book, I was surprised by the Guardians lack of preparedness for her intentions (although I probably shouldn’t have been). However, Knight does a pretty good job of utilizing the seeds of doubt previously planted to make it work. It also highlights Gideon’s own emotional compromise. While Noel and Jai’s is obvious, Gideon is even more physically reserved than Riley, so his inner turmoil is shown in being off his game and how much he misses. He also buries himself in research and “things” in the heavenly realm to avoid dealing. Gideon comes across as almost as oblivious as Riley in many ways, but considering his warning to his Secondaries about their attachment to Riley early on, his lack of knowledge about how deeply they have fallen for Riley wrings false and seems more like a shield; if Gideon doesn’t examine their behavior, then he can ignore how discomforting the depth of his own feelings have become. Just like his ward and Secondaries, it’s easier to run than face the truth, and while the repercussions for the Guardians’ SUPREME lack of guarding aren’t as brutal this time, they are still soul deep and irrevocable. However, I can’t say Riley isn’t actually better off and maybe safer…physically anyway…

Again, Kirt Graves delivers an engaging narrative performance that balances the story’s rough edges. "Illusion" is an angst and emotion heavy book, and Graves rises to the challenge. Graves expresses the emotional ebbs and flows of healing and growth in Illusion so well. He believably conveys all the heaviness, as well as nailing the delivery and timing of Knight’s well-placed comedic and lighter beats. As there is no emotional resolution for Riley for anything in "Sacrifice" before Noel is taken and even more issues are piled on, there is a bit of retreading of Riley’s emotions, but Graves continues to portray Riley and his inner turmoil with such heartbreaking veracity, I want to wrap Riley up and protect him almost as much as his Guardians. Graves deftly handles the subtle differences between Riley and Alter Riley and I enjoyed his portrayal of the source of Riley’s sass. Depending on your tolerance for dramatics, copious tears, and back and forth apologies, the story progression and pacing can be a bit slow and I know that Graves’s performance helped me stay present and sympathetic during scenes where I probably would have been frustrated and/or skimmed if reading. As a middle child in this six book series, "Illusion" may not have a lot of action, but in the midst of the heavy exploration of trauma and teenage drama, it sets up some intriguing avenues for the next installments, and even though the series is finished in ebook, I’ll still wait for Kirt Graves’s narration.

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  • Georgiana
  • 03-02-22

Amazing... maybe my favorite so far

I absolutely love this series. Each story just keeps getting better and better. This one is emotional and had me sitting on the edge of my seat the entire listen. With the slow burn, intense scenes, and twist and turns I was engrossed in this audio. I’m not a big fan of following the same couples/people over several books, but this series is definitely worth it.

Kirt Graves was wonderful. He knows how to portray emotions and bring the characters to life. I’m so excited to listen to more by him.

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  • Alex
  • 01-02-22

Interesting continuation of the series

So far, this is my favorite in this series. The characters are established and moving the romance forward along with the overarching plot. Fun/mind-screwy juxtaposition of the supernatural world and the real world. Great narration. Fun story, excited for the next in the series.

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  • Janet L Hunt
  • 31-01-22

A fantastic addition to the series!!

This immediately take up where Sacrifice leaves off. Riley helped to rescue Noel, but Noel has been damaged mentally and physically. Riley has become stronger with help of his Guardians, Gideon, Jai and Noel. The interactions with the Archangels was a tough read for me. I could not stand Gabriel and Malachi! They have started to piece together exactly what Riley is and it scares him. He is being torn it two wanting to be good. Family is at the core of the story. It is a good story, slow burn and so much angst. Kirt Graves does a fantastic narration! Each voice is so distinct!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28-04-22

Yikes!

Considering how much I loved Riley in the first two, even when he was annoying, it caught me so off guard how much I dislike him after this one. It could have resolved better if he actually had to put in some effort to acknowledge his mistakes and do something about it. Instead he has a major Bella Thorne complex. He whines a lot about how he messed everything up, then finds himself in another situation he needs saving from, which the angels he hurt do of course, and then all is well and he falls into forgiveness. He receives way more than he ever gives, even though we keep hearing how much he gives. And they all love him because it’s a miracle how big his heart is and how much he can love. Still waiting to see it for myself…

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  • Artist R
  • 25-03-22

Love this series

I love this series so much. I bought the last books because I couldn't wait for Audible. Even so, if Kirt Graves narrates the rest of this series, I will buy them again. That's how much I love this series and Kirt Graves' narration of these characters. Please make it happen, Audible!