Review: Darksider (Reveler #3) by Erin Kellison

July 11, 2014 Review 0

Review: Darksider (Reveler #3) by Erin Kellison

She has always been his dream… 

Chef Serafina Rochan believes her recurring nightmares of pursuit are a symptom of her anxiety about opening her second restaurant. But when the stalker appears in the waking world, she swallows her pride and calls the one man she trusts to go into her dreams, even if it means risking her heart. 

When Marshal Harlen Fawkes receives Sera’s call, nothing else matters. Time has not eroded the power of his feelings for her. After years apart, they go Darkside together and cannot resist the longing and desire their connection evokes. The past and present collide, and Sera abandons all reservations to embrace Harlen again, if even for one night. 

In order to protect her, Harlen aligns himself with disavowed friends, and in so doing is drawn deeper into the secrets and perils of the dreamwaters. As the tide of darkness rises, Harlen faces his demons…but not without Sera, who fights just as fiercely for the dream of a life together. 

Dream dangerously.

Title: Darksider
Author: Erin Kellison
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Darkness Falls, Lay Me Down, Darksider, Night's Deep Hush
Source: Publisher
Published: June 9, 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 124
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

The third Reveler book is a mesmerizing romance that takes readers on a fantastical journey through the intriguing world of dreams. Marshal Harlan Fawkes and Chef Serafina Rochan finds themselves drawn deeper into the secrets and perils of the dreamwaters while trying to find Sera’s nightmare stalker.  As the tide of darkness rise Harlen fasces and his demons and Sera fights for the dream of a life together.

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on their toes with action, suspense, drama and romance.  The author describes the scenes with well written details that paints the story in vivid images and captures the imagination and spine tingling tension builds throughout the story as the danger to Harlan and Sera and his friends escalate and they discover that things are about to hit the fan as there is an even bigger threat out there. The characters are strong, compelling, easily related to and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.

The chemistry between Harlan and Sera may be left over from their past, but it sure burns with some red hot passion, but the romance will take some compromises if they live through danger stalking the dream world.

The intriguing world of dreams makes a fantastic landscape for the author to play with and implement her own rules and create a tantalizing paranormal read. I was completely caught up in the story from the very beginning and found it enjoyable and entertaining, however I think I should have read the previous books before I read this one, only because I think it would have given me a better understanding of the how the world works and the progression of the main conflict, but this did not stop me from enjoying the read although I did feel it was a little too short.  I am certainly fascinated enough to read the first two and look forward to reading the next one.

 

Erin Kellison
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