Crime reporter by day, and Gatekeeper to a world of magic by night, Euros Desard thinks he’s seen it all. That’s all about to change when he discovers that dark magic is behind a series of brutal murders, and that the portal between the two worlds is about to be blown wide open.
Despite a history of bad blood and broken hearts, the two of them must come together if they stand a chance of protecting their worlds from the darkness that threatens to invade. Time is running out, and if they don’t learn to work together, not even magic will be able to save them.
So, being made the lead on a murder should perhaps ease Jessica's pain and also perhaps convince others her previous work wasn't a fluke? Well, that's not going to be easy as it's the Mayor who has died in mysterious circumstances and it turns out he won't be the last victim. So why does Euros keep turning up? Is he just angling for a story or is it something more complicated than that? Turns out Euros isn't exactly what he seems and he's about to open Jessica’s eyes to a whole new world of possibilities!
I must reluctantly start my review by saying unfortunately I did notice quite a few errors that hopefully will get looked at again by an editor. It didn't stop me reading this story and I was interested to see how the mortal world and that of the gatekeepers connected. The book synopsis does give away the fact that there are plans afoot to bring down what separates the two worlds but the ending left me with questions. I know many enjoy second chance romances and clearly this couple is destined for more. The magic exhibited in these pages was very interesting and I'm curious as to just what could happen next.
A copy of this was provided for me which I have voluntarily read and these comments are my own honest opinion.