- File Size: 553 KB
- Print Length: 219 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: AIW Press (April 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DSCTGCE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,423,725 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Love Set in Stone Kindle Edition
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Life changes abruptly when he saves Katarina (Rina) Whitman from a violent attack. After centuries of waiting for a woman to be his soul mate, he realizes she is the one. But how to explain that the man she sees at night is actually a creature of stone during the day?
The author handles the romantic elements of the book wonderfully, making it easy to be swept up in the emotions of the characters. Both leads are extremely likable and their passion sizzles. Damien is a bit on the dark, brooding side, exactly as I would expect a gargoyle to be--especially one who has seen the horrors of war. I couldn’t wait for the “reveal” moment, and it did not disappoint.
In addition, there are several secondary characters who deserve their own stories. I’m hoping to see more of Detective Urbani, Gretchen, and especially, the angel Anael. It’s rare when I find a book with so many engaging characters, but LOVE SET IN STONE is rife with them—along with romance and danger. The ending is wholly satisfying, yet I could easily see this developing into a fabulous series. I already miss these characters and would love to see more of them!
Moving in the fantasy realm, the reader is bound to meet more vampires and werewolves than he can stand, so I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered that the main male character is nonother than a gargoyle (or maybe we should say a grotesque), frustrated by a long life of seemingly useless conversations with his protector. When he gets involved with a girl by saving her from an attack, the story kicks off at fast speed, grabs the reader's attention, and doesn't leave it till the end.
Intense action, a little intrigue, a lot of love (sweet love, hot love, very hot love) all plays together in a dark and gloomy Pittsburgh to create a pleasurable reading that's going to leave you wanting for more.
I would like to know more of some of the minor characters, such as Detective Urbani, and to know what happens to the main characters after they... but I won't tell you nothing more!
Note: I received an ARC copy of this book
This is the first story I have ever read by Staci Troilo.....it won't be the last!
I really enjoyed this book from the beginning to the totally unexpected twist at the end.
It hits everything from sexual relationships, to dealing with past hardships.
When I picked up this book I really didn't expect much, but what I found just blew me away.
And if you love twists, you will adore the ending of this book!