Review: Adam (The Valentines #3) by Sam Crescent

July 26, 2013 Review 0

Review: Adam (The Valentines #3) by Sam Crescent

Book Three in the The Valentines series.

To figure out the present, they need to go back to the past.

Poppy is the only remaining necromancer in the world. She is the one in control of the dead and she has been sent to the Valentines. There is an evil force at work and she must help Adam Valentine to uncover it before it’s too late.

Adam is intrigued by the young necromancer. Her scars do not affect him. He sees the strength inside her and he likes it. All he wants to do is protect her and claim her as his own.

They are on a mission to find out who the real alpha of the Beyer West pack is. But Poppy’s world is about to turn on itself as she needs to make a choice. There is no room for love in the life of a necromancer, yet after centuries of being alone, Adam has filled her life with meaning.

People will die and secrets will be revealed as the balance that protects them is broken. Can their love survive as the world is about to be sent into chaos? This is no longer about the wolves but something much bigger that neither of them can fight.

Title: Adam
Author: Sam Crescent
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Tied to the Billionaire, Belonging to Him
Series: The Valentines, #3
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: July 18, 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 114
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Sam Crescent draws the reader into her paranormal world filled with vampires, werewolves, witches, and necromancers in the enthralling third installment of the Valentines series with Adam.

Vampire Adam Valentine needs from Poppy, a necromancer, to help his family discover the true alpha of the werewolf pack. Instantly attracted to Poppy ever since she followed him into an alley, Adam feels driven to protect Poppy, even when it causes problems with his brothers. Adam’s safeguarding Poppy before he even realizes that he loves her is an admirable quality in a man. Poppy feels a strong connection to Adam, but love is not a possibility for a necromancer. Also, Poppy believes she is unattractive as she is covered with scars after centuries of alterations with the dead. I couldn’t help but feel for her character having been alone all the years. Adam sees past the scars to the beautiful woman that Poppy is, making him a fantastic leading man. Although their relationship is complicated because a vampire cannot have a blood bond with a necromancer, they are a couple to cheer for as they pledge to be faithful to each other.

I have read the first two novellas in this series, Robert and William, and enjoyed both books very much. Since each story builds on the previous one, I would suggest reading them in order for maximum enjoyment. Engaging characters and ever-present danger make Adam a riveting read right up to the jaw-dropping revelation at the end.

I received an eBook copy from the publisher for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

T.C. Archer


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