Thursday, March 4, 2010

Cover of Darkness by Kaylea Cross

Title: Cover of Darkness
Author: Kaylea Cross
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN: 1-60154-603-3
Genre: Sensual
Length: 348 pages
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Rating: 5 Diamonds
Heat Level: spicy
Reviewer: Dana Dean
Date: March 2010

Though born and raised in the United States, half Lebanese and half American, Bryn McAllister understands the diplomatic world her lives in. Or so she thinks until that world explodes around her and launches her into danger unlike anything she has ever experienced before. On the other hand Navy SEAL Lieutenant Declan McCabe realizes just how deadly the war torn Middle East can be. He’s lived, fought, and watched fellow soldiers die there, but he’s never experienced anything or known anyone he could not distance himself from until Bryn. Can he keep her alive long enough to get her out of the country and into his arms?

Wonderful. In Cover of Darkness Ms. Cross did exactly what a writer should do. Almost from the first page I wanted to be the heroine even when danger and chaos lurked around every corner. I admired Bryn’s dedication to a father she rarely saw, her strength and determination to do whatever it took to survive, and her compassion. Mostly, I envied her opportunity to be rescued by several hunky men. Although Dec is obviously and spectacularly the hero in this story, the other men who circle Bryn like satellites should not be disregarded. In fact, I suspect they won’t be. Cover of Darkness tells Bryn and Dec’s story, but it also drops tantalizing hints about the lives of several others and left me wanting more. I enjoyed this novel and can’t wait to see whose story is next. Well done, Ms. Cross.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Ms. Dean, for the lovely review. I'm so glad you enjoyed the book (and relieved too, since this is its first review!).
    Kaylea Cross



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