It’s taken him eleven centuries to find the right woman. He’s not about to lose her now.
Jessi St. James has GOT to get a life. Too many hours studying ancient artifacts has given the archaeology student a bad case of sex on the brain. So she figures she must be dreaming when she spies a gorgeous half-naked man staring out at her from inside the glass of an ancient mirror. But when a split-second decision saves her from a terrifying attempt on her life, Jessi suddenly finds herself confronting six and a half feet of smoldering INSATIABLE alpha male.
Heir to the arcane magic of his Druid ancestors, Cian MacKeltar was trapped inside the Dark Glass eleven centuries ago. And when the Dark Glass is stolen, an ancient enemy will stop at nothing to reclaim it. For Jessi, the sex god in the mirror is not only tantalizingly real, he’s offering his protection—from exactly what, Jessi doesn’t know. And all he wants in exchange is the exquisite pleasure of sharing her bed…
I read this book in early 2012 and really enjoyed it!
I flirted with a horrible reading slump during 2012…I’d pick up a book and put it down again. I was tossing books here and there…being very much a slut about my reading but receiving no satisfaction. Meh.
But I was rather interested in this book from the very beginning! Yaaaay!
There’s no need to rehash the blurb. What I can tell you about the book is that there was not a lot of eye-rolling moments. The hero – Cian – was very much an alpha male and the heroine was the typical big-boobed 30 y/o virgin. That part was rather meh for me. Also meh was the constant “insta-lust” that Moning has going on…but I think this will be par for the course with this series.
Other than the things mentioned above, this was a good read for me! The characters were engaging and the story line was interesting. The pages almost seemed to turn themselves…and in this particular reading mood that was hard to do.
4 stars but be aware of the tropes mentioned above. I certainly have plans to read the entire series so…RECOMMENDED! 😉
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