Two years ago, Scarlet awoke in the forest alone, afraid, and unable to remember anything. Lost and confused, her life was a mystery...until she met a boy with a familiar voice.
Gabriel Archer has a voice from her past, and Scarlet's determined to remember why. She immerses herself in his life only to discover he has a brother he's kept hidden from her: Tristan Archer.
Upon meeting Tristan, Scarlet's world becomes even more muddled. While she's instinctively drawn to Gabriel, she's impossibly drawn to Tristan--and confused out of her mind. As she tries to piece together her history Scarlet realizes her past...might just be the death of her.
While I ended up liking it, it did take me awhile to get into it. For the first 100 or so pages there are these three characters Scarlet, Gabriel and the drool-icious Tristan, but we only see Scarlet-Gabriel and Gabriel-Tristan interactions that create this big cluster confuddle of questions. But when Tristan and Scarlet meet it all kind of explodes in this awesomely juicy way.
Now I have to talk about the love triangle cause I know for a fact that I am not the only love triangle weary person out there. So like I said above, we got Scarlet and sweet boyfriend Gabriel and angst-ridden, but seriously sexy Tristan. Oh, and they are twins. So, cue the massive dramalama, the overwrought teenage hormones and indecisive chick, right? Uh, no, actually. More like cue the hardcore Greek tragedy for them all. Seriously, it’s such a starcrossed set-up, that Romeo and Juliet would have a run for their money. Oh, and add Paris in there as a serious contender, NOW they’re getting close.
As always, I am very, very spoiler conscious so I don’t want to go too far beyond the summary above, but I will say that it ends in such a way that I immediately went to the lovely publicist and inquired if there was going to be a blog tour for the sequel and if I could sneak (or bribe) my way on it. And if that’s not enough can I say that this book certainly brings the sexy? It does. Seriously, if you need a paranormal romance to warm you up this coming fall, check this immortal tale out.
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