Alexandra Toscano has been searching for the one assignment that could catapult her journalistic career. When her editor Gene O'Hanlon drops a manila folder in her lap, Alex is immediately skeptical. At first glance the information he hands her seems like a publicity piece that is till she comes across an article he wrote some fifteen years ago about Vampires murdering a young woman in Central Park. But that isn't what intrigues her the most. It's the photo of the woman's fiancé that captures her eye, Jared Bonatelli.
Now as Alex begins to dig deeper into Jared's life she begins to question her own past. Could the answer she seeks be found in the glowing eyes of the one person she is sworn to expose? Or will they both find themselves torn apart by a world Beyond the Sun?
This author did her work when it came to this book, from how vampires function to Jared's training style it's all precise and correct. On a side note, the sword breakers under the chapter headers are epic!
This book will keep the reader on its toes, especially once Absinthe is introduced to the mix. That's one princess with an attitude the reader will love to hate.
I have to say the writing style is very good. Either this author knows her stuff or her editor is that good. I found not one error in the work and even as a pdf it's set up beautifully. The type is formatted perfectly and thus the story just runs in a continual flow as it should.
I love how the events of the story flow and come together in a very believable way. From love to betrayal to outright murder everything makes sense. The reader knows why everything happens and while some things may not be agreed with it's understood on why it happens as it does.