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“From midnight to sunrise, you’re mine in a different manner. During the day, we’re two people connected by horrific events.”
A dangerous game of seduction …
She could be the devil disguised as an angel. But to get the answers to solving two personal cold cases, FBI agent Nick Campion is willing to sleep with the enemy. Yeah, call the situation like it is—improper, blurring the lines . . . inching closer toward a supernatural world he’s not prepared for. No worries though. He’s already given up his career to tail the woman he despises, a woman as cold as the month she was named after. There’s nothing more for him to lose. Except for his heart and soul.
A destiny that can’t be denied …
Determined to save her kind from the brink of extinction, demon hunter December Raine agrees to get real personal with the human ex-special agent who could be the answer to unlocking her Grantor ability. When she unintentionally shows him the supernatural side of her, further putting his life in danger from her kind, she offers him a drastic arrangement that can save his life. Will he accept or reject her? She has everything to lose. Including her heart and soul.
This was an interesting book. ¬When I read the blurb I was intrigued immediately. However, getting into the book, I was a little confused as to what was going on. I have learned that there are other books in the series before this book and perhaps I should have read those books before this one. I just felt like I was starting in the middle of the story and not the beginning. Even perhaps at the end of the story and not even in the middle. Not that the book wasn’t good, but I think it would have made more sense and would have been a great read had I had a little more background information on the Elders, Vicious, and such. And not having that information is what had me confused the entire story.
What I did love about the book was how Nick, Raine, Brackus and Javier where extremely connected. I have read love triangles before, but nothing like this one. How a soul can be split in half and latch onto another soul continuing the love triangle. Three must become Two. When Raine and Nick met for the first time officially it was an instant connection and both couldn’t understand why they were so drawn to each other. Especially Nick because he was searching for his sister’s killer and his search pointed him in the direction of Raine and not knowing her full story he hated her with so much passion.
Raine, is trying desperately to gain all of her memory back after being abducted and abused for a year. She has told that she as 4 days to live before the poison inside her takes over and her people kill her or come into her special ability to save her people. Along the way she has flashbacks and thoughts of pieces of her past and meets a young boy that she feels extremely protective about. Out of nowhere she meets Nick, an ex-FBI agent that has been stalking her. Together they help each other while fighting an immediate attraction. Raine feels this draw toward Nick, but the pull that she feels has memories and feelings for someone from her past.
The story is original and pulls you into the story whether or not you understand what’s going on or not. It had me continuing to read even being confused because I wanted desperately to completely understand what was happening and hopeful for a happy ending. Even though I didn’t get all my answers and was still left with some confusion, it has only piqued my interest to read the rest of the books before this one.
I recommend this book, but I highly recommend maybe reading the previous books in the series. This may be a standalone series, but I still felt a bit confused, but satisfied at the same time because of the originality. 3 star rating!
About the Author
Ashlyn writes Paranormal and Contemporary Romances. She loves kick-ass heroines and Alpha heroes with heart and attitude. The gloom and rain of the Pacific Northwest inspires her to write stories that end in a happily-ever-after.
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