"The Original Sin"
Skye Morrison's life lately has been anything but ordinary. Attempting to pull together the pieces of her life that have been ripped to shreds after being kidnapped and tortured by Amun- who happens to be the father of all vampires-her dreams are haunted by memories of those recent fateful and horrific events. Skye struggles with her split feelings and the raw sexual tension with her lover, Jameson Doyle and boss Archer Rhys-the continuous object of her sexual fantasies. Residing at Archer's lakeside mansion with the rest of the vampire clan, Skye attempts to maintain a normal routine. With the vampire army, The Faithful, attempting unsuccessfully to capture Amun, her nightmares take her down a twisted spiral of entrapment and terror, taking its toll on her daily life. Haunted and hunted by the psychotic and mind-twisting Amun, Skye goes through dark and violent changes, revealing a side of herself she didn't know existed and ultimately leading to a shocking conclusion. With a climax that will leave you breathless and wanting more, don't miss the third chapter in the life of Skye Morrison.
J.L. McCoy has done it again! She goes above and beyond my highest expectations. I think to myself when an author writes a series of books, "How can this author come up with more prerequisites, creativity, artistry and vision?"
Yet she does it again...and again....
In this third installment of "The Skye Morrison Vampire Series," J.L. McCoy takes us on a continued ride of intense, enthralling, page turning fascination.
Skye Morrison is still living with her boss Archer Rhys. He wants to keep her safe from Amun, (the father of all vampires). Amun held Skye captive and tortured her something fierce in "Sins of the Father." In this book Amun is back in a remarkable way. He comes to Skye in her dreams....Question is.....Is Amun really communicating with her through her dreams or not?
There are so many revelations that I refuse to give up in my review. If you are big fan like I am...then you know why.
I could give you more but it will just ruin the profound and brilliant story line that Mrs. McCoy has once again pulled out of her imaginative mind.
I am beyond impressed with the ending. She leaves me breathless and wanting more. Spring cannot come fast enough for my Skye Morrison Vampire Series fix.
*I give this book 5 NarlyNut Stars*