About the Book:
- by Sandra R. Campbell
- Paranormal Romance / New Adult
- Publication: August 2013
- Received From: Xpresso Book Tours
- Rating: 3.5/5
Seanna Raines is on a journey of self-discovery. Only her search does not include college applications or finding a cool summer job. After killing Samuel Bolvayne, the ‘man’ she fears and loves, Seanna is not looking for who she is, but rather what she will become.
Samuel spent countless lifetimes trying to forge a companion like himself, but his previous attempts were considered failures. Until Seanna. She is his first true success… and his ultimate undoing. Now, without Samuel to guide her, Seanna is lost. To survive, she needs to find out what her transformation means: super strength, the ability to smell human emotions, and an ever-increasing need to devour human souls. Seanna travels to Samuel’s earthly homeland, along the coast of South Africa, in search of answers. Here, she encounters several of his failed experiments, who claim to know the truth. These abominations lead her into a sinister world of chaos and destruction, where the birthplace of evil is revealed.
Seanna clings to the last piece of her humanity while struggling to accept her feelings for Samuel and what she has done to him. Just as Seanna embraces her fate, she is forced to choose between life as an immortal with the one she loves or sacrifice it all to save a world that does not deserve saving.
Ok! This is going to be a half review… I’m an idiot! When I signed up for this fabulous tour, I mean read that synopsis and look at that cover, I did not realize this was book two. And I was so excited to read this but I have to explain a few things.
First, I like the characters. They are interesting and there’s so much about them, and so much in here, but I want to know more. (insert let’s read book one you fool!)
Secondly, I really enjoyed reading Sandra R. Campbell’s writing. I think it is very good and alluring. I mean she has a great way of bringing you into the book and showing you what every character is feeling.
However, I felt like I was missing so much! There was quite a bit that seemed like it was probably added in from book one but I’m giving an honest review from just reading book two. I can be done but I think I need to go get book one and then redo this review because I’m sure it’s going to be different!
All in all, if you enjoy paranormal romance, I think you’ll enjoy this. Just start with book ONE!