Hearts of Darkness (Deadglass)
Nurse Kayla Friday has dedicated her life to science and reason. But for her, Seattle is a placeof eerie loss and fragmented, frightening memories. And now the only clue to her sister'smurder reveals a secret battle between two ancient mythologies...and puts Kayla in the sightsof lethally-sexy... show more
Nurse Kayla Friday has dedicated her life to science and reason. But for her, Seattle is a placeof eerie loss and fragmented, frightening memories. And now the only clue to her sister'smurder reveals a secret battle between two ancient mythologies...and puts Kayla in the sightsof lethally-sexy werewolf mercenary Hart. He'll do whatever it takes to obtain the key to the Gate of the Land of the Dead and free what's left of his soul. But seducing the determinedKayla is putting them at the mercy of powerful desires neither can control. And as the clockticks down to hellish catastrophe, the untested bond between Kayla and Hart may lead to theultimate sacrifice.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2012-08-07
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Kayla Friday, a nurse, has always believed in logic and reason and science. She doesn't believe in the paranormal, or myths or what she can't prove is real. Kayla's sister has been killed and she has come Seattle, to find her sisters killer. While examining her body, discovering her sister was pregn...
Heart is a man on a mission for his freedom. A blood bond has held him in a life of servitude for the past 15 years now he has to do two more jobs and then he is free. The first thing he needs to do is get a necklace, no problem. Kayla’s sister ahs been murdered and now she has left her home in Phil...
3 to 3.5 stars I think. Interesting. Story and world building made more sense then the prequel novella although I am glad that I read it. Parts seem a bit clunky and the pacing was uneven but events steadily moved forward. I did wonder a few times about the intelligence of the heroine but she red...
I really wanted to love this book. Dragon shifters are usually a big win for me. The same goes for scruffy heroes with low self-esteem who learn their self-worth through the love of a good woman. Unfortunately, this one didn't knock it out of the park the way I hoped it would. It wasn't bad; I j...
I just can't finish it. Several people I trust have recommended this, but the heroine is an idiot. And the hero is just as bad, albeit in a different way. Convoluted, with both the titled characters acting in a moronic manner.
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