DARK DECEIVER: MINISERIES ESRI BOOK TWO
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Rating: 5 Cups
Autumn McGinn hates being a klutz. Enlisting as an extra pair of eyes to watch over the gate, she must make sure no one breaks through the portal triggering Esri to invade the human realm again.
Kaderil the Dark, Kade Smith, is on a mission to invade the human realm and retrieve magic stones. Half Esri, his intentions are to kill the humans immune to the Esri enchantment. He had no idea the charm Autumn would transform in him.
Autumn is to make sure no creature breaks through the portal gate. If it happens, her duty is to follow them, never intercede in their affairs. Of course no one told her anyone would appeal to her as much as Kaderil. Kade must steal the powerful stones that will help to open the portal in connection with the plane and earth. Then the humans not immune to the Esri enchantment will be killed, allowing him to further break open the portal door and bind the other humans to slavery. Kade never imagined a beauty like Autumn to stop him in his tracks. He is fascinated by everything she does. His heart refuses to tell her how he needs her. There are other pressing problems they must pursue first. There is another Esri determined to wreck havoc. Kade must stop the violence and protect Autumn. Can Autumn show him they need each other to fight any situation? But what will she do when she gives herself to him then learns what he really is?
Dark Deceiver definitely lives up to its name. I love the plot with Kade and his struggles. I was able to share in his feelings when he fights for his hidden emotions after encountering Autumn. He plays his character well. Autumn has her own obstacles she tries to overcome that are not hidden, like Kade’s, but are indeed a bother to her. I love the way they connect and when they do finally interact together, I will never forget the sensation or expression on her face. Pamela Palmer molds believable characters that leave a lasting impression. The way she spins Kade wrestling with his inner self is truly remarkable. This is one rare read that is still spinning in my head.
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