Thursday, March 26, 2015

Darksider by Erin Kellison [Review]

 Darksider by Erin Kellison
Darksider (Reveler #3) by Erin Kellison
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: January 5, 2015

Reveler
1. Darkness Falls
2. Lay Me Down
3. Darksider - Kindle
4. Night's Deep Hush
5. Bring Me a Dream
6. Delirium
7. Sandman

Erin Kellison
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
She has always been his dream…

Chef Serafina Rochan believes her recurring nightmares of pursuit are a symptom of her anxiety about opening her second restaurant. But when the stalker appears in the waking world, she swallows her pride and calls the one man she trusts to go into her dreams, even if it means risking her heart.

When Marshal Harlen Fawkes receives Sera’s call, nothing else matters. Time has not eroded the power of his feelings for her. After years apart, they go Darkside together and cannot resist the longing and desire their connection evokes. The past and present collide, and Sera abandons all reservations to embrace Harlen again, if even for one night.

In order to protect her, Harlen aligns himself with disavowed friends, and in so doing is drawn deeper into the secrets and perils of the dreamwaters. As the tide of darkness rises, Harlen faces his demons…but not without Sera, who fights just as fiercely for the dream of a life together.

Dream dangerously.
Thoughts on Darksider: I liked this world in the first book, but the deeper we crawl into Reve and the Darkside the more I'm loving it. Nightmares and twisted dreamscapes and all the crazy that goes along with that. SO MUCH FUN.

Harlen and Sera go deliciously well together. After seven years, he's learned when it's time to sit back and let someone come to him. Sera's has to trust that he'll protect her when she's at her most vulnerable. I kinda loved how protective she was of him when she saw the way his abilities affected him physically.

Jordan and Rook, Maisie and Steve and a few other familiar faces pop in to give us a thrill. Not always a good thrill, but a thrill all the same. And the setup for book 4... *blinks and gives everyone the crazy eyes* Oh, my. I am so SO ready for that one.

Solid worldbuilding (honestly, I ADORE this world and all the potential places it could take us to) and characters with plenty of chemistry are making this series extremely enjoyable.

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