4 villains aren’t always evil stars!!
A bargain for a soul, a cursed sickness that claims the body, and an immortal monster sent to collect her…
For the past three weeks, a mysterious illness has wreaked havoc in my life, and the doctors can’t figure it out. When a handsome stranger shows up at my farm the day of the fundraiser for my medical bills, I assume he’s here to give a donation. I don’t know why, but I feel connected to the brooding man with pale eyes, dark hair, and full lips shaped in a constant frown.
Being around Ellister makes me forget I’m sick. He looks at me like I’m beautiful, he reminds me what it’s like to want someone so much it hurts, and I find myself wishing we had more time together so I could continue getting to know him.
But the more I learn about him, the more I start to believe his intentions aren’t pure.
Maybe he didn’t come to save me. Maybe he’s here to take everything I have.
And, foolishly, I just might let him.
This book was unlike any other paranormal I’ve read in quite a while, yes it had fae and humans. However, the plot was different, I’m not going to tell you very much about it though. The ending though with that twist caught me completely off guard. I was slightly confused in the beginning but as the book continued on it didn’t take me long to understand it. I loved Hannah’s spunk and personality even though she was battling something so difficult. Ellister was of course more difficult to read but that was kind of the plot of the book. The set up of Hannah’s family and the farm was perfect, I loved how she loved it, then by extension Ellister loved it. The magic that happened during the book was good and well thought out.
I’m super excited for the second book in the duology. Thank you to the author and Wilfiremarketing for providing me with a copy in lieu of my review.
About the author…
Jamie Schlosser writes new adult romance, romantic comedy, and fantasy/paranormal romance. When she isn’t creating perfect book boyfriends, she’s a stay-at-home mom to her two wonderful kids. She believes reading is a great escape, otters are the best animal, and nothing is more satisfying than a happily-ever-after ending.