Friday, January 2, 2015

Title: Darkness Haunts
Series: The Sensor #1
Author: Susan Illene

Melena Sanders faced her fair share of danger with insurgents and terrorists when she served in the U.S. Army, but now she is about to go up against a new threat. Her best friend, Aniya, has disappeared while on a trip to Fairbanks, Alaska—a supernatural haven. Most humans have no idea darker races lurk amongst them. Mel knows better. If she wants to get her friend back, she’s going to have to go in alone—but not unarmed.

Melena has a few special skills the Army didn’t provide, but the odds are still against her. She’s got to come up with a plan fast that doesn’t involve her, or her friend, dying. But danger likes to play it rough. A war for power is about to rise in Fairbanks and if she wants to get Aniya back, she’s going to have to step right into the middle of it.

Darkness Haunts begins when Melena decides to go to Alaska to help search for her friend that's missing. No one knows that she's not really human, not even her best friends, and when someone dangerous finds out the truth, it's best for her to get away. So, she takes off to Alaska to find her friend as soon as she can. The problem is her friend may have been taken by someone who isn't human either. Now Melena's whole life is going to change, and things she thought she understood may not be the way things actually are. 

This book was totally not what I was expecting at all. I was a little worried about it being very good due to the blurb. But it caught my interest pretty quickly, and kept it till the very end. I really enjoyed the whole story. It was so different then what I was expecting, but in a very good way. I also loved the heroine. She was freaking amazing! Super strong willed, and brave as well, but not stupid. It was just awesome. Now, I'm going to have to read the next one as soon as possible!
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