Blog Tour Review: Ardeur by Danielle Gavan

Ardeur by Danielle Gavan
Series: Abbey of Angels (#1)
Release Date: August 15, 2011
Publisher: Red Hot Publishing
Page Count: 190
Source: Bewitching Book Tours

Born a necromancer.

Sold by parents who wanted a normal child, Ardeur Lisle now hosts a demon and was trained to be a killer for hire. As an adult possessed, dreaming of escape and of a kind face from her childhood helps keep her sane.

If she breaks free from her captors, what will this new world full of paranormal beings hold for her? Ridding herself of her demon parasite will be her first priority.

A promise kept…

Brody Callaghan never forgot the angelic blonde from his childhood. After years of military service, he swears to track down the face still haunting him from his youth.

But Brody has a furry secret of his own; one unveiled with each full moon. Will the two hold onto love with danger, deception, and an obsessed angel driving them apart?

Review:  Ardeur really gets the short end of the stick when she is born, not one willing to give up she will do anything and everything she can to find that normal life she has always dreamt about. Using her memories of the one person that was nice to her in her life, Ardeur escapes to her safe place just bidding her time. When the moment of independence arrives Ardeur takes hold of her life and holds on tight, never wanting to return to where she just escaped.

Brody never knew what happen to that angel like girl in his class from when he was 6. Here one day and gone the next, Brody hoped to one day discover just what had happened to her. Never in his wildest dreams did he think that day would come so many years later, in the form of a girl running by him and straight into the path of a speeding BMW.

Now that their paths have crossed, what could be in store for these two?

Oh. My. Goodness.

This book is not for the weak at heart. I seriously had moments that I could feel the tremors whether reading about chill in the air, or the touch from a special someone, right down to the feeling of fear. This book took me by surprise. It was slow going for me in the beginning, but when it took off, I couldn’t get enough of it. To say I loved this book is honestly not enough. There are very few books I could place on a list of I want to read again, and this is one was just added.

Favorite Quote: “Ye can’t treat Louboutin’s like that, Remi. Have ye no respect woman?” (Christian)


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