Friday, April 5, 2013

Forsaken book #2 By Heather Fleener

A gripping paranormal, mystery romance about a vampire and a witch who make a deal to work together no matter how different they are. But that will be easy considering that even though they are on different sides they have a strong connection towards each other one that leaves Ella wanting more than just a friendship. 

The book was so intense in every way the action, steamy parts. I love these type of books, the author did an amazing job with the characters, the way she described everything was fantastic they weren't to long which is a plus especially because sometimes authors put to much detail into something and it takes a while to get into the book but in this case they were written beautifully. I was a bit obsessed with Cole oh my goodness when he went over to talk to Ella I stopped breathing. 

The only character I didn't like very much was Lorcan I find cocky guys to be such a turn off and that's how he was he thought he was better than anyone else. But he is one of those guys that you love to hate. And I loved Dunkirk he was a great addition to the story.
Heather did an great job combining 2 different supernatural worlds into one book, she made it her own and it turned out really really great. Although I have yet to read the first one I enjoyed this one so much. I cannot wait to read the next one in the series. If only they could make this series into a tv show or movies. I'd love to see it on the big screen. 
5/5 STARS!

Heather Fleener lives in Indiana with her husband, D.A. and their twins, Thomas and Alexandra. Professionally she has spent her career working in the area of Intellectual Property law.

Reading has been a passion of hers since she was young and she has been a closet-romance junkie her entire life. The romantic styles of Judith McNaught and Julie Garwood are her inspiration, though she has read and loved the stories of countless other authors. Her fascination with the paranormal began to form at the young age of six, watching late-night ghost and vampire movies with her Grandpa. Unfortunately, as a result, she also remains afraid of the dark to this day.

Combining her love of epic romances and the supernatural was a natural progression for her overactive imagination. When the idea for the Ancients of Light series began, it was an abstract story line rambling around in her head to help kill a few miles on the treadmill. As the stories and plotlines continued to grow, it finally became necessary to put the words to paper and build the characters that had been living in the Realm and having conversations in her head for months.

Ancients of Light is a series of thirteen novels - a testament to many miles on the treadmill and lots of characters that insist on having their stories told.


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