Category: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal
Available at: www.outskirtspress.com/Redemption
How do you keep going after the one person you always believed you were meant to be with forever gives their heart to someone else? Bryan Roemer never thought he’d have to answer that question; but after losing the woman he loved to another man, he is faced with a new reality. Meeting Mara—exotic, beautiful, sexy—on the flight back to California provided him with a welcome distraction to take his mind off his pain. Still, days are a blur. His nights are spent drowning in memories. At his lowest moment, his friends, Nick Flaherty and Carrie Mayer, summon him back east to photograph their wedding. Reluctantly, he goes. Six months have changed Bryan. And when he arrives, the rest of the Circle find that he hasn’t come alone. Something dark and sinister has come with him. Something that is determined to keep him at all costs. But waiting there for Bryan is a second chance...one that just might save his life.
I received this book for review from author. At second look I noticed it was a romance and said to myself "yuck" As reading on I started to like the main character Bryan. His world is in turmoil due to his girlfriend leaving him. From this moment hey drags in a demon that is controling his mind. He meets Cassidy who was a friend back in the day. Now he is falling for her but the female demon is not having it. This story is about guardian angels, protecting. A lot of interesting parts in this book and twist. Romance is not my reading style but I was in suspence waiting for the angels and demons to beef it out at the end. 4 solid stars and thats coming from a non-romance reader, and paranormal part was what kept me reading.
LA has been writing stories since she could hold a pencil. She is rarely seen
without a book, and at any given time there are at least twenty or more waiting in
her “to-read” piles. She currently lives in New Jersey with her family but dreams
of the many places that await her beyond its borders.
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