Thursday, April 16, 2015

Review: Darkness Eternal

Darkness Eternal
Darkness Eternal by Alexandra Ivy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I originally read this short story as part of the Supernatural compilation. Having only picked up the series at book 1 (admittedly a mistake I plan on remedying), there were some gaps in the overall storyline for me. That being said, this was still a sizzling short read that truly didn't need much knowledge of the series to enjoy.

We join Uriel after he has already been scarred by the Jinn and now fears what his future has in store. Now tasked with rescuing a gypsy woman, Kata, from her evil sister's clutches, he is less than enthusiastic. He considers her a "Jinn-whore", having birthed her own half breed with the one who scarred him. Kata has been tortured and locked up by her sister for centuries when she is finally freed. A journey into the underworld ends up binding these two reluctant characters together for more than just their journey.

This was a very hot and entertaining read that could easily suck new readers into this series. It is definitely worth it!

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