Toni Tutoro just wants to go home. Banned from Chicago's vampiric society after cutting a swath of violence through the city, she must now successfully complete an investigation for the Lord of Chicago to regain the right to live in her hometown again. To ensure Toni's safety during her... show more
Toni Tutoro just wants to go home. Banned from Chicago's vampiric society after cutting a swath of violence through the city, she must now successfully complete an investigation for the Lord of Chicago to regain the right to live in her hometown again. To ensure Toni's safety during her probationary period, Drake Black, a feared assassin, is secretly contracted to protect her. Even with direct orders to keep his relationship professional, and his own personal vow to never get involved with a female vampire again, Drake finds himself drawn to Toni in ways he can't explain. But unbeknownst to him...he's tied to one of the people who drove Toni to her night of destruction. Drake's legendary heritage holds the key to Toni's survival and success, but will she be able to forgive his connection to the brutal night that robbed her of those she loved most? Will Drake be able to forget the betrayals in his past and risk taking one more chance? But most of all - can they find a way to reach each other in the darkness?
Publish date: June 1st 2011
Publisher: Dark Dreams Press
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Darkness Within (#2)
Rating: 2 out of 5.I don't know what happened here. But I was confused throughout the book. I didn't know what was going on half the time...Even though I had read the first book AND really liked it...Some parts were a bit weird. Characters would say something or do something, and expect me to unders...
I'm so disappointed after the previous book in the series. Everything I liked in that book was lacking in this one. It's not a good book when the leading lady cries twice, sometimes three times, in every chapter. The miscommunications were just a little too convenient and there is not one charact...
Mark-as-spam-reason: Hated the first book.
Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2011/08/19/review-eternal-hearts-by-jennifer-turner/Publisher: Dark DreamsPublish Date: Out Now!How I got this book: eARC from authorHomeAbout »ContactReview »InterviewMiscellaneous »SitemapSubscribe to RSSYou are here: Home » Review – Eternal...
Loved this installment more than the first. Drake is awesome, and Toni handles him well. They make a good fit. We also learn more about Oktober. What an ending this book has. Can't wait for his story to continue.