In this first novel of a dazzling paranormal romantic trilogy, set in a grisly version of modern-day Seattle, one woman’s courageous search plunges her into a millennia-old supernatural war - and an irresistible passion.
Nurse Kayla Friday has dedicated her life to science and reason. But for her, Seattle is a place of eerie loss and fragmented, frightening memories. Now the only clue to her sister’s murder reveals a secret battle between two ancient mythologies - and puts Kayla in the sights of 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 determined Kayla is putting them both at the mercy of powerful desires neither can control. As the clock ticks down to a hellish catastrophe, the untested bond between Kayla and Hart may lead to the ultimate sacrifice.
Kira Brady graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania. She now writes apocalyptic paranormal romances set in a grisly modern-day Seattle.
"In this dazzling debut, Brady blends Norse, Babylonian, and Native American mythology to create a dark and compelling story set in an alternate present day.… This dark paranormal moves quickly to a thrilling finish, setting the stage for the next installment of this irresistible new series." (Publishers Weekly)
"Working with a completely unique premise, Brady blends mythologies and paranormal elements from different cultures.… In the world Brady brings to life, the characters are fresh and exciting, and the story is fascinating. Dragons and shapeshifters will never look the same." (RT Book Reviews)
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A 3.5 star apocalyptic paranormal survival story
- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"
Pretty decent book but annoying narration
I had a hard time with the narrator. It's hard for me describe, her reading was kind is shaky & breathy, mostly breathy I guess & the voices she did for most characters all kind of sounded the same. I particularly couldn't stand her men's voices.
Eh, probably not. The book was pretty good, but when I finished I asked myself if I wanted to read the rest of the series & decided on no as my answer. If I didn't like it well enough to continue the series, I'm definitely not recommending it to anyone. There are just much better books to recommend.
Already described above. I downloaded the ebook & enjoyed it MUCH better that way.
Hmmm. I can't really thinking of any. There wasn't one that I really thought, "Man, I really could have done without that scene!" I think mostly, I wish sex scenes in books like these were't so graphic.