Ms. Michaels is originally from the Sacramento Valley but now lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her family (hubby, a son, Shrimp and twin daughters, Shrimpettes) and a Siberian Husky named Mika. Her day job focuses on corporate law which according to her is a nice change from the five plus years she spent in personal injury law. She began writing in kindergarden when a turnip wished to be human and, other than a hiatus shortly after getting married, has never stopped. Her love of vampires began somewhere in junior high, and combining the two loves did not take long. She loves music, considers herself a ‘book slut’ whose reading habits would break her family financially if given free reign.

What a beginning! The prologue literally gave me goosebumps then the prophecy itself. I did not expect it at all from the previous book. A darker book then the previous one, but even more fulfilling. For those who want romance, you will find plenty in this; however, the romance is a bit unconventional. It just does not fit Jordan and Chris’s nature to be all lovey dovey though there are plenty of sizzling scenes. I am so glad Ms. Michaels did not change the basic nature of their personality just to write romance. The characters are still the same as they began but so much more now. You feel their growth. The vibrancy of their personality steps out of the pages and speaks to one on a personal level. I loved them before and love them even more now. The secondary characters and small snippets of the impending doom gave the story dimension similar to watching a 3D movie. A hair-raising adventure with uncertainty, individuality, and the natural curiosity of human nature connects the reader. I cannot wait for more in this series, or learn what happens next. If you want to feel the full gist of the emotions, read the previous book. A definite keeper!

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