Bronwyn left everything behind when she left with Ronan. She became what he needed her to be and forgot the rest. Too bad the past won't stay in the past.
Rider bursts back into her life uninvited, and is not the man she remembers. There is an edge to him that was not there before. Bronwyn is torn by guilt over what he has become and anger at being blamed for it.
When Ronan ended his maker’s life, he inherited a line of vampires and a whole set of problems to go along with it. Bronwyn must decide if their love is worth it, worth the killing, and the constant disruption of their lives.
Is love enough? Can Bronwyn find herself again and strike a balance between who she wants to be and who Ronan needs her to be? Or will she lose herself all over again?
Ronan and Bronwyn are still very much together; Bronwyn is learning a lot more about Ronan than she had previously known and that makes her happy. Then there’s Rider, who has gone off the deep end, has become a bloody killer, he still wants Bronwyn and thinks that is what she wants. Seraph, Tuck and Carly all blame Bronwyn saying she’s the reason he has done this, which makes her angry, and feel a bit guilty. She asks Ronan to let her handle Rider, and he says okay for the time being, but don’t expect him to not step in when he feels it’s needed.
This book takes us all over the globe as Ronan has to take care of his business and his children. We get a much deeper insight into Ronan in this book which makes me really happy. He isn’t just a bloody killer and vicious jerk as I had thought previously. Bronwyn has learned to be more true to who she is in this book also, while still being able to be with Ronan. I love them as a couple now, I was inclined to be against them in the beginning, but in this book see the deepness of the love they share, although like any couple they are going to fight and have bad times.
This book was even better than the last, I was thrilled to find out more about the characters, I also enjoyed Ronan’s children and seeing how they all interact. The ending all but killed me, I mean wait there’s more right? I guess I got really involved with the story and was thinking hollering might change it hahaha. Thanks Jessica Gibson for a great book, I enjoyed reading it and give it 5 stars.
Jessica Gibson is a recovering bookaholic, she's down from four books a week to a more reasonable one. It was that love of words and creativity that made her dream about writing her first book. That dream was hidden for years, always put on the back burner, filed away in the "someday" section, until her husband Matt gave her the kick in the pants she needed to actually get off her butt and write.
Jessica and Matt live in Southern California and have a serious addiction to reality tv shows like Pawn Stars and American Restoration. They have one son and hope to add to the family in the near future.
Aside from writing, she runs an online event planning business called the Release Day Diva. In addition to novels, Jessica writes and maintains the blog Book on the Bright Side. Keep up with Jessica and her latest releases and events on her blog.