Author: Sandra Bischoff
Publisher: Bayou Brew Publishing
Release Date: 1 April 2013
Series or Standalone: Series
Fifteen years ago Jared Bonatelli had it all. The youngest son of one of the founding families in the Conservatorship of The Dark Order he lived a life you only thought existed in novels and nightmares. He had just graduated from Oxford University and became engaged to his childhood sweetheart when he lost it all in one violent act.
Alexandra Toscano has been searching for the one assignment that could catapult her journalistic career. When her editor Gene O’Hanlon drops a manila folder in her lap, Alex is immediately skeptical.
Now as Alex begins to dig deeper into Jared’s life she begins to question her own past. Could the answer she seeks be found in the glowing eyes of the one person she is sworn to expose? Or will they both find themselves torn apart by a world Beyond the Sun?
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When I finished this book, I immediately wanted to write my review and was ready to give a 5-star rating, but once I came down from the high after reading, it dawned on me that there were a few issues that weren't resolved, hence my 4-star rating.
What I like about this book:
This is a very enjoyable story, it grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go. It's got all the elements of a good story: deceit, malice, major family issues, questionable parentage, murder, and the paranormal/supernatural world.
What could make this better:
An explanation about what the Conversatorship is and what it is they do. An explanation about why the Goddess Semiramis got it in with the King. Whatever happened with G?What the hell is up with Alex's boss Gene?More of a romantic build between Alex and Jared.
Overall this is a very good read and I'm looking forward to reading the next in the series.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.