Monday, April 10, 2017


Title: Of Death and Darkness
Author: Brandy Slaven
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Mel spends the first twenty-four years of her life as a friendless loner with no family. All she is trying to do is find her place to exist. What she is expecting is definitely not what she gets. Will she be able to handle the destiny that the fates have chosen for her? 



"It's so peaceful here at the ocean. You have the constant drowning of the waves crashing against each other and on the shore. The wind is never still. Always a nervous bee in your ear. If I've ever thought of any place as home, this would be it. Finding myself lost in my thoughts again, I take a seat in the sand and stare blankly out into nothing. 

The silence is the first thing that I notice. The static behind my ears has been my companion for well over two years. So of course, I should notice when it decides to go on vacation. I'm automatically on alert. I don't stand or make any sudden moves, because I don't know where the precognition of danger is coming from. 

If I hadn't been searching, I probably never would have seen them." 


*17+ Due to mature subjects/situations and language.

    

This book starts out a little rough to get into, but then somehow it starts to get really good. I thought the story line was very good, and I enjoyed the characters a whole lot. 

I just hope there will be more to the series because one is not enough. There were a few things with the book that didn't make sense, but I'm hoping that gets answered in the next book! 

This had action, and romance so it was pretty good to me! 
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