The Barrier Between (Collector Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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ACTION, DRAMA, and sexual TENSION that can not be denied.
The action and sexual tension along with some humor in this book had me up one long night just because I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen. Sprig again with his comic relief brings a lighter mood to a very dark tale. I literally laughed out loud during certain sections in the book because of that sprite monkey.
This book will consumes all of your attention. It's a page turner or finger swipe into an alternate reality where you are swept away into the lives of the Otherworldy.
I don't know how to put into words how freaking amazing this series is. From the first page to the last, you are on your toes, and DO NOT WANT to put the book down. If your a late night reader, get ready for an all nighter, you will not want to stop reading!!!!! First off let me just say that I loved the fact that this book started off right where the first one left off. There is so much to this story that it captivates you from the beginning. I CANNOT wait for the next book! Alpha male, with strong tempered, independent female character. along with a hysterical sprite. This series is a must read!!!
ACTION, DRAMA, and sexual TENSION between Zoey and Ryker grows while they continue their journey to find more about her existence and the information Daniel left behind, while trying to find someone to help Ryker get his powers back. The HUMAN and the FAE typically an unnatural pair, but have somehow found a common ground that may be more than just a partnership...
Two unlikely forces join the party in attempting to help Ryker find a shaman to not only restore his powers but to find the Stone of Destiny...
The humor and sexual tension in this book had me up one long night just because I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen. Sprig again with his comic relief (Chapter 9 lol) brings a lighter mood to a very dark tale.
Zoey has a very interesting background, and we see more of the demons she's carried around with her come to fruition in various situations. Ryker again being the man he is makes you wish you were rescued by a wandering Viking. He exudes sex lol...did I say that? Yes I did...Not only that, we see a side of him that probably few people have been privy to and one being the human, ZOEY!
This is a one day read because when you start, it consumes all of your attention. It's a page turner or finger swipe into an alternate reality where you are swept away into the lives of the Otherworldy.
On another note all I have to say is CHAPTER TEN!!!
Brown does it again in her second book of the Collector Series, bring humor through Sprig's sometimes innocence yet sometimes twisted and dirty comments, sarcasm and brooding from Ryker, and the ever relate-able feelings of self-doubt, lack of power, self-blame, and grief of Zoey. Content warning to readers trying to avoid explicit sex scenes, abuse, torture, or violence in the books they read, as this series does not shy from them. A coming of age story that can rock your core and shake things up with how you may have once viewed things. Does the end justify the means? Where can you draw the lines of what is right versus what is wrong? Is everything just perspective and right and wrong don't really exist? To what lengths would you go to do what you thought was right? Lie? Fight? Torture? Murder?