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Riding the Storm (Chattanooga Supernaturals) (Volume 2) Paperback – July 10, 2015
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She's too strong to submit, right? What would the rest of the group say? After spending the night together Kendra knows that she has to tell Eric what she is. No secrets.
And so it begins. This life could be very dangerous for Eric. Kendra doesn't want him for a human companion, she wants a relationship. Eric freaks out after the Bonding ritual & says he needs space.
That's the beginning. Personally, I think you should read the previous books in the Series. This way you know the main players. I'm loving this Series.
Kendra and Eric's relationship is fraught with problems from the get go. He's sunshine and light. She is ice and darkness. Despite their major differences, once he learns what she really is, he continues to be drawn to her as she is to him. Add to that the fight to oust the Master Vampire of North Carolina, the drama is tense and dangerous.
I only occasionally read paranormal romance but I am completely enthralled by this series, the characters and their stories. Ms Blevins is an extremely talented wordsmith who grabs her reader's attention with well written, thoroughly entertaining books.
Their story is compelling and well worth the read!!
So, never let it be said that Candace Blevins doesn’t keep you on your toes, never mind the edge of your seat. This most excellent series of interrelated paranormal books just keeps upping the ante, and I am totally hooked, especially after Riding the Storm. Be warned: this particular literary outing is not for the faint of heart because these vamps have nary a sparkle amongst them. Though I suppose blood and sinew does have a special glow by the light of the moon, but I digress…
As ever, Ms. Blevins takes the reader on an intense relationship journey that is not all hearts and flowers, but hard work and learning and compromise. Now take that scenario, replete with deep and compelling characters, and place it smack in the middle of a supernatural world of diverse beings and scintillating politics that put us mere humans to shame, and you have a story that is un-put-downable. This was one of those, “I’m not going to sleep until this is done” kind of books.
Its raw; very raw. Its gritty; very gritty. It pushed my limits the way most of Ms. Blevins books do, but it also pushes a reader to step out of their own comfort level and see beyond what they think they know. There is a much stronger BDSM element to this book, reminiscent of the Safeword series, but the core of the story is the supernatural world and the melding of one human into its folds. The relationship of two Dominants from opposite worlds and their one-step-forward, two-steps-back attempts to make their lives blend in a way that works for them, is further complicated by otherworldly politics and arrogant supernatural attitudes about the place of humans amongst them.
Strong female H-heroines are a hallmark of Ms. Blevins books, and Kendra is one lady you don’t want as an enemy. In something of a role twist, Kendra must be the protector and Eric the protected, though Eric displays his own brand of strength in one of the most graphic and intense scenes I’ve read…maybe more accurately, endured. It was my first “step-back-and-think” test in the book, though definitely not the last. Happily, I passed the test(s).
I am so delighted with the newness in the “feel” of this book, and the series in general. The supes aren’t new, the lore does not take any drastically original directions, but the world is magic and visceral and tangible and the characters are full of possibilities. I have not been taken on this kind of escape in a long time.
Buckle up, oh…and don’t eat before the ride!
I don't do spoilers so the author blurb is spot on. If you have read any of this author's books then you will love it as well.
This is one you will want to read more than once. Fist bump
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