Aurora Ares, owner of a bar that caters to paranormals, is content with her life. When children start to go missing in a small Midwest town, it looks like magic is to blame. With the paranormal world in political turmoil, it falls to Aurora to save the children. The problem is, she's a rogue vampire without the support of a coven.
Logan Wayne, who deals with powerful artifacts of magic, might be the best person to help, but his priorities are questionable at best. In order to save the children, Aurora will need the help of her two wolves and a man she can't trust. To make matters worse, it doesn't take long before she becomes the next target.
Content advisory: this book is intended for mature audiences and contains violence, disturbing imagery, and strong language.
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Great new Urban Fantasy series
Fight the demonic
Aurora "Rory" tells her backstory to Logan and one part was about torture she endured when a couple of hunters caught her. It was really raw, vivid and intense.
Yes, absolutely. I did get the perception that she is new to narrating.
During the first chapter her cadence was very abrupt. It reminded me of a typewriter. You type a sentence and then you have to move the cylinder/bar before going onto the next sentence. There was too much emphasis on the end of the sentence. But by Chapter 2 that was no longer the case.
It was a book that I finished in a day. It was very intriguing.
I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I honestly really liked this book and it seems like the beginning of a great urban fantasy series. I'm a huge urban fantasy fan and this book is right up my alley. My only qualm is that the author uses the word "for" too often. It's a great word to use in place of 'because' or 'circumstances led to' or 'due to the' at times, but using it too often becomes noticeable and detracts from the story.
I would & do recommend this book to other lovers of urban fantasy. It was also clean enough to be considered YA material!
Good start to the series