Release Date: First published July 26, 2011
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Original Review Date: September 27, 2011
Rating: 3 bookmarks
Synopsis: It's been three months since musician Miranda Grey became a vampire and married David Solomon. But when a powerful force from David's past appears, Miranda begins to realize how little she really knows about her husband.
Let me also say, that I have no problem with two men being together, but for the love of god, why didn’t David tell her how he rolled before they were bonded together? Yes, she forgave him, but I wonder if that happened only because they were bonded together. Her only option to be free of David is by kill him…and who would actually kill someone because of an indiscretion? Any normal person that wants to keep their sanity wouldn’t. But a normal (un-bonded, non royalty) woman would probably leave his ass high and dry. But because of their connection, Miranda didn’t even have that option. Apparently Miranda and David can’t even be away from each other for long before they are effected in a negative way. Physically and mentally. So what’s Miranda left with? She doesn’t want to kill him, but she can’t really be away from him either. What’s left? Forgive him…and share him? After all the pain she’d gone through dealing with the whole David/Devin thing, she ultimately saves Devin…it’s too ironic. Personally, I probably would have left the stake in him (it’s a little mean, I know). I guess at least Devin had the good sense to put off sharing David until a later date….he did say no to her offer for the time being, but that door is not shut.
To top everything off, the whole “I love you” exchange between David and Devin at the end of the book…I just wanted to throw the book. It’s just so wrong. The woman is basically being dogged throughout this entire book.
Bottom line, will I keep reading this series? It infuriates me, but I most likely will. Although I’m sure Ms.Sylvan has already decided how things will end up for Miranda and David, I’m going to pray that the whole Devin thing disappears like a bad memory. Too bad I have to wait until March next year to find out.