Cursed with immortality, Nicolei believes the vampire blood coursing through his veins means he will forever be alone. As he prowls through the countryside, draining peasants one after another, his hatred for his existence only grows. Until one night fate shows him a life of possibilities with a beauty that deserved more than a dingy tavern. Claiming Katarina was easy; taming her was more of a challenge. She would be the life or death of him with her mischief, but her bewitching ways would keep him chasing her for centuries.
Is it merely Déjà vu or fate that brings us together?
Rispa takes refuge in New Orleans during a desperate attempt to escape a treacherous life with her sadistic husband, Thorn. Drawn to the Big Easy by an unknown force, she prays the spirits said to haunt the city will protect her. Her senses come alive while walking the streets of the French Quarter, and an intriguingly familiar woman named Onyx enters her life. As their passions rise, whispered voices and memories of the past help unlock the secrets of their souls…
Immortal or mortal, can love truly last the ages?
When I was asked to review this book, I said yes. It looked familiar, and it was on my to-read list on Goodreads, so I didn't think too much about it when I started reading it. It wasn't until I finished it that I realized that this was the newly published author that Gracen Miller had bossed me to check out. Which brings me to a point...
This is Cozie W. Harmon's first book! Wow! I'm very impressed and, Gracen, thank you for bossing me to give into your whims!
Onyx was, hands down, my favorite. She was awesome.
There are times where I feel it was a bit confusing, especially where Rispa was concerned. Either it was a little rushed or I missed something, but I had to go back a re-read some parts a few times.
For the most part, it was an exciting read and I can't wait to read more from this author. 4/5 Platypires