Author: Jessica Page
Published: July 9, 2014
Stars: 5 out of 5
HARPER ANDREWS, is a mind reader who has no idea how or why she is the way she is. After being saved by Agent Reid Doyle from a vampire attack she is introduced to a secret world guarded and protected by the Supernatural Enforcement and Control Agency (SECA). A world where vampires, werewolves and mages are normal and humans are at the bottom of the food chain. Things are not perfect but she finds herself thriving and feeling at home for the first time in her life.
AGENT REID DOYLE, is a vampire who likes his solitude so the last thing he wanted when he saved Harper was to have to spend more time with her. The fact that he’s attracted to her is inconvenient and he resents having to be responsible for someone else. Losing another loved one is out of the question and he intends to avoid it at all cost.
Both Harper and Reid can’t seem to turn off their attraction for one another and love, sex and blood has a way of complicating things quickly in their world. They need to stay focused and find out who’s responsible for the vampire caused human murders with additional internal and external threats working against them. Choices will be made to protect the things and people they love, choices that will change everything, including each other.
Harper is a witty character with great internal dialog. I found myself smiling and chuckling at her responses to what should be a highly stressful dangerous situation. You can’t help but love Harpers personality! And the interaction between Harper and Reid is outstanding!
Within each chapter, the author switches character perspective between Harper and Reid. She does a great job distinguishing between the two characters and giving each there own personality and voice. Surprisingly, most authors struggle with this.
This book was a great read. The story plot was exciting and I loved the characters! It’s refreshing to see such a strong female character who still needs help from her partner. I love the development in Reid and Harpers relationship. This is an easy read and perfect for those who don’t have a lot of time.