Mindy Spellman hasn’t been the same since a demon stepped into her life, murdered her boyfriend and left her scarred inside and out.
Jonah is one of the blood-oathed, sworn to guard mankind against things that go bump in the night. He’s promised Mindy he’ll teach her how to protect herself. But a poltergeist on the loose leaves him feeling protective—and lust-struck.
She’s supposed to be under his care, but as they battle the forces of evil, he finds himself caring too much.
Chills and thrills abound in the second book in the Shadow Promised series. The author has definitely created a paranormal world that causes lots of delicious shivers, provides entertainment and romance all in one enjoyable read that keep readers guessing about what comes next. While the story can be read on its own, I recommend reading them in order to get the full impact of this group of oath bound guardians. I’m thinking Braxton’s story might be next and I can’t wait to read more about him and his story.
4 STARS 4 FLAMES
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Ellora’s Cave, May 23, 2014, 132 pages, available in ebook
About Rebecca Royce:
As a teenager, I would hide in my room to read my favorite romance novels when I was supposed to be doing my homework. I hope, these days, that my parents think it was worth it.
I am the mother of three adorable boys and I am fortunate to be married to my best friend. We live in northern New Jersey and try not to freeze too badly during the winter months.
I am in love with science fiction, fantasy, and the paranormal and try to use all of these elements in my writing. I've been told I'm a little bloodthirsty so I hope that when you read my work you'll enjoy the action packed ride that always ends in romance. I love to write series because I love to see characters develop over time and it always makes me happy to see my favorite characters make guest appearances in other books.
In my world anything is possible, anything can happen, and you should suspect that it will.
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