- File Size: 763 KB
- Print Length: 378 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc; Faery Rose 1st edition (November 23, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 23, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GVKH6N2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,228,370 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Her handsome hero Kyle Pressley struggles to keep a personal vow made after the death of a SEAL teammate, when the promise conflicts with the all-consuming need to protect the woman that has stolen his heart.
Shelby Littleton, the books heroine is a strong self-sufficient widow whose search for her dead husband’s killer finds herself yanked into a new reality full of alternate dimensions and supernatural guides who insist she plays an integral part in a spiritual war, forcing her to lean on the cowboy who makes her body sing, but whose agenda is unclear.
I drank in every word of this fast paced, page scorching romance. I can’t wait for book 2 in The First Realm series! Well done :)
Kyle and Shelby turn out to be cosmically fated, and even her dead husband's spirit gives them his blessing. They can commune with each other's spirit guides and reach the First Realm when they connect sexually. But all is not smooth, there are villains after Kyle for some reason, and also someone threatening Shelby and demanding the Kachina doll. No one is sure if they are the same threat or two different villains. Tensions are high, security is tight, Shelby is angry that Kyle forgot to tell her he was part of a multi-billionaire family business. Even through security, someone associated with the dark side of the first realm gets to Shelby and places a command spell on her. There are quite a few supporting characters and many of them are very appealing and interesting. Kyle has several brothers, adopted mother and aunt and uncle. Shelby has several sisters, step children and step grandchildren. These people may come to play larger parts as the story progresses.
Parts of the story annoyed me. Kyle and Shelby kept losing their tempers and running away from each other rather than talk things out. Shelby kept thinking about how bad she was for Kyle and how she couldn't be who he needed, when no one around her or him had ever given her any indication of that. It was irritating after the third or fourth time, and then she would see Kyle and all doubt would vanish, like magic. Get some self esteem already. Kyle took a vow never to use his mind walking gift again after his best friend died during a battle and he couldn't save him. Ummmm, he would have died anyway, shot in the femoral artery in the middle of the jungle. Stupid vow to make. Denying his gift when it could save people's lives, Kyle needs to reevaluate and forgive himself.
The story ends with a lot of things up in the air still. This is meant to be a series and the significance of the Kachina doll, Ten-Blue-Suns, is very great, involving curses and blessings of several different tribes, by several different shamans. There isn't a second book available yet, but there are no cliffhangers. The characters and story are meant to continue and grow over several books. There is a lot of sexual scenes and some profanity and violence present in the story. I give the book 3 1/2 stars. I thought the middle dragged a bit and some of the angst and sex could have been left behind for a tighter story. At the very beginning, trying to figure out who was alive, speaking and who was a spirit was a little confusing, but otherwise it was an engaging story.
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