Reese Salt has had a strenuous past year. Being introduced into a world of monsters, training non stop, fighting against a growing force that terrifies her, and falling in love with her trainer has drained her. Things are not getting better. In fact, they seem to be out of control.
After discovering she isn’t entirely human, Reese is afraid to open up to those around her. She sees herself hunted and locked away in a cage. Someone close to her in the group is manipulated by Derek and abandons them to join forces with those they are fighting against. Once finding out that Derek has plans for Sim, Reese brings him to the training camp. This sets things on a downward spiral for her. Feeling lost, she leaves in search of answers.
She is a part of something much greater than she knows. All things keep leading her back to a truth that is just out of her reach. What will it take for her to openly learn what her role is against Derek?
Can Reese accept who she really is? A fight is coming for her, a fight she can’t escape
The second installment of The Realms of Darkness series sucked me in from page one and has not let me go yet! I am eagerly awaiting the third! If I though the storyline in Unveiled was unpredictable, I don't even know what to call this one. I was so invested in these characters, their stories, their struggles and their happiness. Most villains are made to be disliked, I hated him. There was a point in the book I actually yelled out "NOOOO" because I couldn't believe what had just transpired. I rooted for the blooming relationships, I yelled at anyone who tried to come between the couples. My heart raced as the group had to defend themselves and each other and exhaled when they would survive to fight another day. I can't say much more about this book without spoiling it so I'm going to have to stop here.
I will say this, if you want to read a book that has love, loss, surprise, struggles, angst, treason and disbelief in the storyline, this is the book you will want to read. I'm not kidding. But don't just take my word for it, read it for yourself.
Five well deserved stars!!