The Nephilim’s Calling (The Rift Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Book 2 picks up where The Rift Book 1 (Jason's Fall) ends and it's even more spellbinding. Jason is still trying to come to terms with his sexuality. We're not sure if we can trust Blaine and now Gabriel comes into the picture and we're left wondering: "who do we trust", "can we even trust anyone at this point" and "what's going to happen next"?
And poor Jason...just when he came to terms with who he was (in regards to his sexuality), he's hit with another choice/circumstance/situation. I've got to say, I admire him for the way he's handling all this; a lot of people would have gone off the deep end. But he didn't. Maybe because of Blaine? or is because of Gabriel? Or maybe there's just something about Jason.
Which brings me to my next point: I've wondered what was special about Jason that everyone wants to be with him, to help him...I'm hoping that this will be made known in Book 3.
All in all, I'm still very excited about this series and most definitely can't wait for part 3!
Keep 'em coming James!!!
The eagerly anticipated second instalment in The Rift series arrived on my kindle and within minutes I was once again engrossed in this exciting tale about Jason, Blaine and the new addition of the Nephilim.
We start this book meeting the mysterious master after Blaine has been summoned and we get a little idea of their focus and intent before we flip back to meet Jason once again.
Jason throughout the majority of this book remains confused by his feelings, his sexuality and his bodies reaction to other men both in this world and another it seems.He even goes so far as to go on a date with a woman to essentially prove that this may just be a phase.
' I would not allow that unwelcome lust to take a hold again'
When that failed it is here we see the slow realisation that he is in fact gay
' Maybe I had been lying to myself and was now facing the truth'
As this book progresses we see more of Blaine ' the demon' and the Nephilim both it seems working against the other but both strangely attracted to this earthling but we are still in the dark as to Blaine's true intentions aren't we?
In summary another beautifully written instalment by Mr James Lee Hard, written in such a way that I felt I was living within the book, descriptive and enticing, erotic and sexy, in fact it shows true talent to make a shorter story feel so much longer than it is, and this is I think mainly due to the quality of James writing which just keeps on getting better and better and better.
So please once again even if Paranormal is not your choice of reading material don't let it put you off, you won't regret this buy but don't forget to read Jason's Fall first otherwise it will be hard to follow
Now I'm off to wait for book 3 and I'm pleased to report that it's not too long to wait!
Thankyou James once again ❤️