Review: Delicious Darkness

Delicious Darkness
By: KyAnn Waters

A fugitive from a dark dimension, Dorian Hunt seeks a total bonding. Like a vampire needs blood or a werewolf needs the moon, Dorian needs to anchor himself to a woman of white light in order to survive. Without the mating, within one lunar cycle his might and magic would cease to protect him.

Audra Quinn has always been afraid of the dark. As an empath, she knows when Dorian enters her small metaphysical bookstore, he is the man who can help her realize her true potential as a woman of white light.

Bounty hunters from his dimension are lurking in the shadows,waiting for their opportunity to capture him, dead or alive. Dorian knows he will be easier to manage dead. Will Dorian have the strength to defend, or does it take the magic of a woman of white light to annihilate the evil darkness?

I especially loved the beginning of this book. Its almost hypnotic feel of the opening sequence drew me in immediately.

The paranormal elements were integral. The story couldn’t have existed without them, and they were seamless. I’m not really into the whole “auras” & “chakras” stuff, but they worked so importantly in this story that it didn’t take me out of the story, rather added to the complete picture the writer made.

A magical, spiritual experience, KyAnn Waters has written a story that is both sexy and tender. I liked Audra because she is a care-giver. She wants the best from Dorian and expects it, but is also clear in showing that she will give him all she has of herself. He has always been a taker, and only with Audra is he completed; his dark giving way to her light.

She gives of herself freely – with no agenda, and that is beautiful. The characters have very developed emotions, which, even with how short the story is, leads to a very touching ending.

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Reviewed by Aster

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