Pink velvet and black lace. Light and darkness. A world of contrasts exists in Natalie’s stories because every rose has its thorn. Her favourite stories to write are romances with a dark edge featuring brooding heroes, strong heroines, an intriguing mystery, and a good dash of fantasy.
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on June 17, 2013 :
This is a lovely little nugget of gold, a prequel of Inescapable. From Seraphines POV, it’s the story of how she was turned by Rafe Harcourt, how she lost William and the wedge between Sera and Adri.
It does leave you guessing as to Sera’s true feelings and if Sera’s hatred is fuelled by guilt for having feelings for Rafe when she should really be having them for William. And Sera is taking this out on Adri because she kept Sera alive and in recovery for two weeks whilst William went to America without her and died.
There is another prequel; Adrasteia's, which i am also looking forward to reading too.
I cannot wait until the next book Indomitable is out in October :)
(review of free book)