It’s her destiny to break the seal, and his to ensure she survives…
On break from college, Isobel is looking forward to making her own decisions while her parents are overseas. When she returns home, she discovers it’s no longer the welcoming place it used be and the ancient window her parents installed is more than just a beautiful piece of history.
Isobel has locked away the strange power that wells inside of her, terrified of what might happen if she acknowledges it. She dreams of places she’s never been and times she was never alive to see. As her dreams grow more intense and things spiral out of control, Isobel begins to question her sanity. Desperate for answers, she may have to open herself to the power that’s waiting inside of her in order to find them.
Damien is ancient, even for a dark angel, and he knows the demon who hunts Isabel is a formidable foe; he’s watched the battle play out too many times before. Haunted by past failures, he’s determined to keep Isobel alive as she unravels a past that spans centuries and prepares to face the demon that wants her dead.
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Yes I would but this time I would read A.D Trosper's first "Bound Novel" and also Id wait until I wasn't alone. but that's just me being me getting scared easily. In this story Isobel is home alone for the Summer and a really bad Demon and visions of her past lives twisted by the malevolent Demon to scare her so she wouldn't defeat him as she is destined to do.I liked the book so much (even though I got creeped out lol) I bought the other Bound Novel called Bound by legend.(Amazing!that book is about a sensor in her 3rd incarnation and she rocks !really brave and kick A** you will also find a certain Angel from this book in there too ;) )
I actually haven't no but I wouldn't hesitate to again. I think Susan Fouche is Legendary. Her enactment, tempo, and changing speech patterns for each individual is distinct and engaging. I do not believe the print version is any less compared to the audiobook but I will say Susan adds a new dimension to the novel that cannot be appraised enough and would suggest to any reader to give the audio version a try.
absolutely!and I did and then went on to the next book.(well the first book)
I absolutely adore what A.D Trosper does at the end of each book.he goes back through the story and tells us where she deviated from history and fact of historical events or artifacts. In this book she thanks a somebody who translated the Latin language correctly as web translations did not do it correctly.Just the fact that that was checked should show the dedication of how much detail was gone in to explaining the difference from history and these books,the same is done using a Cherokee legend in the first book.
I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
This audiobook was given to me for a honest unbiased review. This was a great , fun read. This is a well written sweet romantic story. very well done.