Title: Mist Revealed
A woman seeking answers...
Cat, a renowned scientist, embarks on a quest to uncover the source of the unknown deadly virus that claimed her sister's life. What she finds is a man shrouded in mystery who manages the impossible--swaying her devotion from logic to passion. But Rune isn't simply a lover. He's a weapon, one that has the potential to save her or destroy her.
A man searching for treasure...
Rune, a child of the mist, awakens into a world hovering on the verge of destruction. Ragnarok is coming. His enemies have been released from their prison. And he's discovered the one woman who can thaw his frozen heart. But the race to stop the final battle isn't the time to fall in love. Or is it?
A discovery that will change everything...
Life evolves, and what was lost can be recovered. But the truth revealed isn't the one Cat or Rune expects. The impossible has become reality. And two lovers must make a choice--adapt or die.
Author: Nancy Corrigan
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Mist Unveiled, Bridged by Love, Hunter Sacrificed, Hunter Betrayed
Series: Elemental Desire
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Mist Unveiled, Cloaked in Mist
Published by Self Source: Publisher
Published: June 1st 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Mmmm, let’s just sit back and take a long look at the cover for a minute. I mean….sigh….Ok, now back off, he’s mine!
Although I’ve read many books by Ms. Corrigan, this is the first time I’ve read one involving Vampires. Yep, you heard me, but this isn’t your typical vampire. These are supernatural demons who can be traced back to the Norse Gods. If you know anything about the new Thor movie coming out, then names like Odin and Thor should ring a bell. In fact, this story revolves around Ragnarok, the final battle between good and evil. But I digress…
Rune awakens from his self induced death sleep to the realization that he and his brothers have slept through the awakening of their enemy. Where Rune is of the Mist element, his enemy is of the Fire element. Yep, you guessed it, Good vs Evil. While trying to find his enemy, Rune is captivated by a scientist who is determined to find the cause of a mysterious virus sweeping Greenland. The same virus that killed her sister. But is it really a virus?
Cat is the scientist who is brilliantly trying to solve the mystery of the new virus stand. But it becomes apparent that her research leads her to a conclusion that many humans aren’t ready to hear or understand. Despite her attempts to keep focused on the task at hand, she keeps finding herself in the arms, and bed, of Rune. Clearly he just does things to her she can’t understand. Until the pieces start to fit together.
I have to admit that even though I was pulled in to this read, it didn’t pick up for me as quickly as I had hoped. Was there chemistry between Rune and Cat? Um, duh? Was the story line intriguing, keeping me interested? Not at first, but once I started to understand the difference in the elements, the back story and her connection, I was more than pulled in. I’m hooked. This book was obviously written a couple of years ago. I picked it up because I noticed that the second one was being released soon. I’m glad I won’t have to wait to find out more about both Children of the Mist and Fire.