Dangerously Divine (Broken Riders, #2) by Deborah Blake

Dangerously Divine (Broken Riders, #2)

The author of the “wonderful” (Tamora Pierce) Baba Yaga novels and Dangerously Charming is back with a magically mesmerizing new tale about the dashing and daring Broken Riders...The Riders: Three immortal brothers who kept the Baba Yagas safe, now stripped of their summons to protect. But fate is not finished with them—and their new callings are even more powerful...Though his physical wounds have healed, Gregori Sun, the eldest of the Rid...

Details Dangerously Divine (Broken Riders, #2)

TitleDangerously Divine (Broken Riders, #2)
Release DateNov 28th, 2017
GenreRomance, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Witches, Magic

Reviews Dangerously Divine (Broken Riders, #2)

  • Maria V. Snyder
    I've loved all of Deborah's Baba Yaga books and am equally enjoying this series as well. This book is stronger than Dangerously Charming - I think the plot was more complex and I think Deborah's hitting her stride with these characters. I'm saddened to know that her publisher Berkley Sensation has decided not to publisher #3 :( but I'm hoping she'll either find a new publisher or do it on her own as I really want to read about the last rider Alex...
  • Marta Cox
    I really enjoyed being back in this world full of magic, the fae and of course the Baba Yagas . What makes this book so special though is the previously unflappable Gregori Sun. Gregori has always seemed the one most in tune with the universe and his place within it but recent events have left him in inner turmoil. No longer immortal, no longer a Rider and now discovering latent powers that he has no idea how to control! Ok time to take action an...
  • Beth
    What an amazing ride Deborah Blake has taken us on! The three immortal brothers, protectors of the Baba Yagas, have lost their immortality to a power hungry individual and now the always confident, Gregori, is struggling to find his way. Dangerously Divine is Gregori’s story.Gregori has decided to become a monk, following a spiritual path that his mother had instilled in him since an early age. As he goes down the path toward monkhood, he also...
  • Linda
    An ingeniously amazing installment Deborah's Broken Riders series! “A witch, a Rider, a dragon, and a god walk into a monastery…”Dangerously Divine by Deborah Blake is the second ingeniously amazing installment in Deborah’s Broken Riders series. This series is a spin-off from and set in the same world as the author’s Baba Yaga series, a highly imaginative fractured retelling of the Russian Baba Yaga folk tales. This tale features Gregor...
  • Sophia
    The second of the three former Riders gets his story. Gregori Sun, the calm, logical, and oldest of the three brothers is unraveling at the seams. I wanted to bundle up each of these guys and heal them with a hug. But no... they have to make their own way back. Gregori's story and his extra special lady was captivating and emotional from the beginning. There was something extra special about this story that took it up several notches even from th...
  • Jo (Mixed Book Bag)
    This is book two in the Broken Riders series. That series is a spin off from the Baba Yaga series. I have not read any of the previous books and at times I did feel like I was missing some background. Even so I had no trouble keep up with the characters and the story line. I liked the two main characters. Gregory Sun is the ultimate strong and silent type. In his case that is not a strength. Ciera Evans has a very big secret in her past and she k...
  • Michele
    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.comDangerously Divine had everything I love about Deborah Blake’s work. It featured a loyal hero and a strong heroine who had incredible chemistry together, and of course it was full of magic and supernatural elements that added depth to the story. ‘Avoid all violence, Gregori heard his teacher from the monastery say in his head. And then he ran toward trouble, just as he always had.’I had a lot of fun...
  • Louisa
    Oh, this was a really fantastic book! These two were really fantastic, and they both had something going on, him with his powers and his search for his mom, and her, her past and her present and the secrets in both! So great! Can't wait for the 3rd book and the 3rd brother finding love!
  • Jacque
    I really need to read the Baba Yaga series! They have quite the presents in this book that has me very curious on what the riders were like before they were attacked, especially Gregori. Why would he want to become a monk? Is it because he can’t control his new powers and where do those powers come from? He thinks his mother may have the answers so he set out to see if he could find her starting with research at the library. Ciera may seem like...
  • Kelly Knapp
    Wow. Love the concept and the characters are strong and well developed. love that the characters weren't looking for a partner, but found they couldn't resist...I will be looking for the first book and getting it shortly. Looking forward to the third in the series.
  • OpenBookSociety.com
    http://openbooksociety.com/article/da...Dangerously DivineBroken Riders, Book #2By Deborah BlakeISBN: 978-1101987186Author’s Website: deborahblakeauthor(.)comBrought to you by OBS reviewer Omar SummaryThe author of the “wonderful” (Tamora Pierce) Baba Yaga novels and Dangerously Charming is back with a magically mesmerizing new tale about the dashing and daring Broken Riders…The Riders: Three immortal brothers who kept the Baba Yagas safe...
  • ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme
    Second book in this series features Gregori Sun who is one of the three immortal brothers who are no longer immortal. I loved this book because of Gregori and his parents. Ms. Blake takes a serious situation and gives it a sense of humour with a bit of danger. This book can be read as a standalone. Reading the first book in this series will help a little.When a person is invulnerable and can never die, life is less precious. When Gregori becomes ...
  • Ann Marie Augustino
    Wow The Riders are mostly grown upThis was a delight. I loved this more than any other tale in the series and I dearly love them all. The insight and heart in this tale had me at the first sentence and held me to the last.
  • Brenda
    I won this as a Goodreads giveaway. The synopsis of the book sounded interesting and it didn't disapoint. I really enjoyed the pace and the characters were well rounded. I highly recommend the book and will be looking for the predecessors in the series.
  • Shana
    Love this series! I really like the Riders, and Sun's story was great.
  • Barb Lie
    Dangerously Divine by Deborah Blake is the 2nd book in her Broken Riders spinoff (Baba Yaga) series. Having enjoyed the first book in this series (Dangerously Charming), I looked forward to reading this book, and I am happy to say I enjoyed it as much or even better.Gregori Sun, our hero, is a broken rider, who due his torture by the hands of insane Baba Yaga witch, has lost his immortality. Gregori feels lost, unable to feel his spirit, and ente...
  • Lois Alston
    Loved itSuch as exciting adventure. So much happening in one life trying to find yourself. The people you meet along the way that make an impression. Sometimes not the right one.
  • Maria Kay
    A ninja librarian who volunteers for a soup kitchen by day and saves young girls from the streets by night!I love Ciera! She is not a witch. Not an immortal. But her empowerment steals the show! The growth of this character, from her racially diverse background to the streets, leading to where she is now is an inspiring story.A bookworm who beats up bad guys is my ultimate hero.Sure, golden-hearted Sun is total hottie on a Ducati. Nothing broken ...
  • Larisa
    Gregori is my favorite hero of the Baba Yaga trilogy and the Rider books. That he rides my fav moto is a bonus. The magic, the humor that make Blake's books such entertaining reads are quieter/dry/sharper in this installment, befitting such introspective hero and heroine as it explores what do you do next when you've been irrevocably broken? How do you heal? What do you take forward into a new, never anticipated life? The flavor of this book is m...
  • Pam Blome
    I received this ARC copy of Dangerously Divine from Berkley Publishing Group. This is my honest and voluntary review.I've read Blake's Baba Yaga series and totally enjoyed, so leaped at the opportunity to read Dangerously Divine. This story focused on "retired" Rider Gregori Sun. He's joining a Buddhist Monastery to reclaim his serenity. He meets Ciera Evans, a university librarian, when he goes to her library to do research to find his mother, w...
  • Leah
    This is the first book in this series that I have read. There is clearly more backstory that is alluded to, but nothing that makes you feel lost or that this cannot be read as a stand alone. Admittedly, I do want to read the other books now. So I suppose it makes me curious rather than out of the loop. I liked both Gregori and Ciera for the most part. They meet while Gregori is at a bit of a crossroads in life and Ciera is living a double life. B...
  • Visionary
    Review Courtesy of Romance JunkiesGregori Sun is a former rider, a supernatural being born from a Russian god and a Mongolian shamaness. He is known to the Baba Yagas and the Otherworld as the mystical and the cool-headed Red Rider. Now mortal, Gregori searches for a way to reconnect with the universal energies and reclaim his natural equilibrium. He joins a Buddhist Monastery in Minnesota to control the sudden manifestation of new abilities. Fat...
  • Michele
    This is the second installment of the Broken Riders trilogy and is meant to be read after the Baba Yaga Books. For centuries, the Baba Yaga (witches from Russian lore who grant wishes--for a price and fly around in a magic mortar shaped house) have been aided and protected by immortal guardians (Riders). The Baba Yaga are not immortal, but their life force is greatly extended by routinely drinking magical Fae water. Unfortunately, one witch was n...
  • Amy A
    Originally posted at Vampire Book ClubAs The Riders, brothers Mikhail, Gregori, and Alexei offered aid to the Baba Yagas whenever needed. After being tortured close to death at the hands of an evil Baba Yaga, the brothers were stripped not only of their powers but their immortality as well. Choosing to go their separate ways as they try to find their new place in the world, Gregori Sun has decided his peace of mind can only be achieved by enterin...
  • Aly
    Trying to get back the equilibrium he lost after an evil witch did a number on him and his brothers and being stripped of his role as a Riders; immortals who protected the Baba Yagas for lots of decades, Gregori Sun is about to enter a Buddhist monastery. He doesn't know who he is anymore and embark on a journey to discover if his mother, a Mongolian shamaness he last saw centuries ago, is still alive, and hope to find the answers he's searching ...
  • Darcy
    There was something about this book that gave the feel of quietness. Maybe it was because Gregori has distanced himself from his brothers and the Baba Yagas or it could be due to his seeking refuge at a monastery, not sure why as there was a little violence. But the overall vibe of the book was quiet strength to me. I liked watching Gregori try to find his place in the world now that his very being has changed, was glad to see him reach out to th...
  • Nibrock
    A quick and fun read. Two un-trusting peoples meet by accident and help each other (indirectly) to find the ending they were separtately looking for. Fun secondary character including Budist monks, library patrons, and homeless teens.
  • Anna Wick
    Fun rideI enjoy this group of magical people. It's always nice to read a different mythological system, who knew that the Russians had such a cool system. Looking forward to the next book.
  • Tim McRae
    Excellent as always. Love the Riders.I loved this book. I have read all of her books and have not been disappointed with any of them. Great writer, give her books a chance, you will be glad you did.
  • Lee
    I received this book as a prize after winning a contest the author, Deborah Blake, gave. A basically fun read, but does touch on inner city youth homelessness, drugs, and violence. It also has romance and the supernatural in there, as well. I would like to read more of this series.