Anna Wilkins is prototypical housewife. She buys groceries, picks up the dry cleaning and host dinner parties. Everything was picture perfect from the outside looking in until the life she was born to live collided with the life she was living. Her husband is murdered by a creature from another realm, a creature that is only visible to her. Through her pain, his death awakens a part of her she didn’t know existed. She is then thrust into a life of Vampires, Werewolves and Sexy Nephilim Warriors.
Drawn to her by a bond as old as their race, a Nephilim Warrior named Eli finds Anna at her darkest hour and seeks to arouse what lies dormant within her. The scorching sexual attraction she and the Warrior feel for each other is beyond anything either of them can control. Struggling to find her way; her body betrays her mind as she transitions from human to a supernatural being.
Her greatest challenge will be to determine whether she should trust what she is told that she should be or to rely on her own instincts and allow herself to shape who she will be…
My Review: May 14, 2013 ~ Review Copy ~
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
First I would like to thank the author K.A. Young for giving me a copy of the book for an honest review. Wow, I love this book, the characters are amazing, Anna's transistions come fast, but as her she learns her way around her new life in the paranormal world, she starts to come into herself. The book starts out really sad as she is dealing with the death and funeral of her husband of ten years. At the graveside she is drawn to Eli her first connact with a Nephilium Warrior. She becomes best friends with Elise who is the only one that will really tell her all she knows even when she is relunctant to. I really like Elise she has a good sense of humor. Nyoka turns out to be Eli's twin brother, but I am still holding judgement on him, he comes off answering her questions honestly, but that to me does not mean he is being completely open and honest, I will have to see how the story progresses in book two. I love the book and am looking forward to reading more, great job K.A. Young.
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