With a long foretold and annoyingly vague prophecy warning of immense change for Eden, Ramsay Shantos is forced to hunt words and legends instead of rebels. For a man of action, it’s the worst kind of agony. Until he encounters a sexy librarian who bears the fated prophecy’s mark. A mark no human should possess.
Tortured by her mixed heritage, Trinity Blair has enjoyed little human touch in her life, let alone intimacy. Even the most innocent contact fills her mind with a person’s deepest, darkest secrets—except for Ramsay. Her immunity to his thoughts sparks a fragile hope that she might finally experience the passion of her Dark Spiritu brethren…unless he’s the dangerous crossroads her father predicted.
When knowledge of Eden goes viral in the human realm, Trinity is Ramsay’s only hope for quelling mass panic. Can he risk revealing the secrets of his race to the guileless ray of sunshine? Or is she the unknown source of Eden’s destruction?
Trinity may live amongst humans, but she knows full well her rather unique origins make her very different indeed. Touching others is a no-no but when her skin accidentally brushes against Ramsey, not only is it tolerable, but the poor guy lands flat on his back unconscious! Yes, it makes for an interesting beginning but Ramsey isn't about to be put off and discovering Trinity's secrets might just set even more calamity in motion!
Such a lot is coming to fruition in this book so I'm somewhat loathe to say too much. A prophesy has been triggered but the repercussions are still somewhat vague. There's unrest in Eden but the foe they face is a particularly nasty one, unafraid to do the unthinkable and reveal their existence to humans. Then, of course, there's the question of Trinity and just exactly what she is and as everything falls into place not only do we get a sweet and warm romance but a whole new world of possibilities opens up.
I was gifted a copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.