With his good arm, he shoved himself up against the pillows of his narrow bed to glance around at the sloped ceilings and spindly cast-off furnishings of an attic. After reading the prequel novella Awaken the Curse I had high hopes for Demon's Curse when I picked it up but unfortunately I found myself feeling let down by the time I finished it. Even when she got to know him better and decided to give in to the attraction between them she still had moments where her memories would surface and effect the way she reacted to Mac. And the supernatural characters in the series have a unique twist—there are the Others descendants of Fae and the Imnada shape shifters. He unfolded from his chair and came around the desk, still smiling that slow, lazy smile that had always set her stomach flipping. Part of that comes from the lack of world building about the Fey-Blood and the Imnada.
Now available only as an eBook, the dark and sexy prequel to the Imnada Brotherhood series about a clan of shape-shifters and telepaths living secretly as humans for centuries. So close the heat of his body warmed her skin through her robe, and his breath fell soft against her cheek as she worked the knot loose. What do you take me for? Instead he focused on the all-too-familiar way Katherine had of perching upon her chair as if she might disappear at any moment, the feathery red curls beside her ears, the flush of her dusky skin. Get yourself strung up by a bunch of narrow-minded, superstitious Welsh sheepherders, James mumbled. Why did that thought freeze her blood and set her limbs trembling? While Cade, a local villager, is determined to refute both the claims of nightwalker sightings and the power of the dolmen as superstitious nonsense.
Though some things were not clear, it was enough for me to get an understanding of what is to come. And in turn, Enid gloomier. Yet every hour they spend together makes it harder to lay aside the bitterness of the past and a very new and very real temptation…. And the supernatural characters in the series have a unique twist—there are the Others descendants of Fae and the Imnada shape shifters. It was so out of left field for her, especially after the moment she and James just shared. Never once straying by even the slightest misstep, obeying every rule and toeing every mark.
James wore a velvet embroidered banyan sashed at the waist while she felt the slide of perfumed silk against her bare skin. The romance and relationship between the two leads was simply not compelling. Catching her staring, he dragged his hand away. Justin and Kate soon find themselves fighting for their lives. No good ever came from mucking about with the nightwalkers. I was, at first, a little unclear as to what the Imnada actually shifted into but that question is answered towards the end of the story. But when her close friend, Adam, is murdered, and Bianca is suspected in his death, she is unwittingly drawn into the search for his killer, and soon must question everything she believes—about her friend, about herself, and about a world she never knew existed.
Was that why she nervously fiddled with the basket of medical supplies and refused to meet his eye? For years, this had been enough. Justin and Kate soon find themselves fighting for their lives. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book. As sparkling repartee went, it lacked, but he was flat on his back and at a decided disadvantage. Katherine lifted her chin, those damned pink lips parted as if she might speak.
Taut with suspense and mystery, this new series is not to be missed. The first book of the series, Demon's Curse, is also up on Edelweiss, but since this was available, I figured it would be better to get a taste before committing to the full book. Their love is based on more than lust, although they aren't lacking for passion, because they have a history that despite everything has endured, simmering beneath the surface. The stuffy, scented air and dusty, overcrowded shelves. I think the attempt here is to set the stage for the world before the release of the full-length novel next month. But every war has its winners and losers. Find us on and too! This, of course, is all tied into the legend of the Imanda.
My old granny saw one once while she was after a straying lamb. A cache of scrolls found in a forgotten archive. On the otherhand, I really could care less about the romantic relationship between the main characters who are central to this story. Hold still, she murmured, this might hurt. Was it too much to ask that she never lay eyes on the callous bastard again? Heat: Warm When an old professor, who happens to be his ex-lovers father, writes James for help interpreting runes on an obelisk think phallic shaped monument , James can't help but go.
At 400 pages this isn't a massive novel but the pacing really drags in parts which made it feel much longer than it was. I still don't know much about the Imnada or the Others on a side note I have to mention what a boring species name Others is - especially when you compare it to Imnada! It pulled me out of the story and I kept losing concentration. A sharp pain lanced up his arm and straight to his brain. Enough for both of them. Scenes would abruptly end and new ones would suddenly begin. We learn about the history of the main characters, their thoughts and feelings for one another, and their pursuit of information about her missing father. However, Katie really threw me for a loop at the very end of the book and her actions were really strange.
Even a bit of accelerated healing would be nice so he could fall asleep and wake tomorrow with nothing more than a scar to mark his injury. Soon Estelle and Jack find themselves fighting not only unseen enemies but their own very dangerous attraction. Once, there had been nothing hidden between them. I liked both James and Katie in the first part of the book. Forced to place her trust and her life in Macs hands as they flee a determined killer, Bianca cannot deny she is falling for the mysterious soldier. Easier just to do it herself. I found Kate to be really annoying, especially her actions towards the end of the book.