Friday, 17 June 2011
A Perfect Darkness
A Perfect Darkness by Jaime Rush
Amy Shane is suddenly awakened in the middle of the night by a stranger that is very sexy. Right after he whispers to her three other men break into her bedroom and drag Lucas away. What Amy is told turns her world upside down and shatters what was once a safe little world for Amy. Now nothing seems to be the way she thought things were and now she needs to find out the truth.
Lucas Vandewyck had to take a chance and contact Amy with information that could either save them or put them in more danger than they already are. Lucas knows that he and Amy share a psychic gift and now they are both in trouble and the only way they have a chance of surviving is by being together.
Lucas and Amy are being hunted by a government agency that seems to be more in the shadows than anything else. There is a conspiracy going on and the only way they are going to be able to get out of this alive is by finding out the truth of what is really going on. While their nights are filled with a passion neither ever imagined possible their days are filled with finding the truth so that they will have a chance at a future together. Someone is after them and if they don’t find out whom, then their friends will also pay the price because the one after them has a lot of power and a way of getting those Lucas and Amy care about.
The story line in this one is very different from other paranormals and is one that once you start reading you will get lost in the story until the very last page. All the different characters that surround the hero and heroine have a different psychic ability that when they use their abilities together make them stronger than those that are after them. This story doesn’t slow down for a moment even when it is giving the back story for the different characters. This is the first book in a series that if the stories keep going along this line will be an amazing series that will have the reader clamoring for the next book in the series. This is one worth trying.
I give this one 5 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 08:32