Friday, March 23, 2012

Review Solstice Night by B.C. Sirrom

Title: Solstice Night
Author: B.C. Sirrom

Source: Author Request
Genre: Paranormal romance
Length: ebook 144 pages

She liberates his body, but ensnares his heart.

Dis exists in silent rage. His human life was taken by a paranoid vampire and the centuries since have been spent in bloody darkness. He is a vampire, but he is a slave. He doesn't let himself think or want. He survived on instinct until Beo. She liberates his body, but ensnares his heart. She is both more alive and more powerful than any being he has ever known. But will she be commanding ally or another master to enslave him?  


WOW! Solstice Night was nothing at all what I expected.  It was so much more.  From the first chapter the depth of the characters gripped me.  Dis is an extremely lovable but broken hero.  Different from other books, Beo (our heroine) frees Dis from his bonds of slavery.  After years of torment at the hands of his evil master Dis slays him the first chance he gets.  The result of killing his master leaves him with the claim of vampire chieftain of Detroit.  While embracing his new freedom he's drawn to Beo, she's more than human, but doesn't even know what she is.  All Dis knows is that she's the light to his dark and together they are complete.
While trying to control the chaos that's become Detroit Dis and Beo join forces with a group of very intriguing characters; ranging from weres, vamps, and humans with a little extra to offer.    

Yes, it's a story about taking control and keeping balance of the city, but mostly it's a story about a group of supernatural beings dealing with very human emotions.  Coming together as friends and lovers their goal is to overcome evil and live a peaceful existence.

I'm not sure I can do justice to Solstice Night.  The best I can do is highly praise it for the wonderful book it is and hope others will find it as enthralling as I did.   

Although, there are strong paranormal and romantic elements I feel that adult readers of all genres will enjoy what Ms. Sirrom has to offer.  I look forward to reading her future endeavors. 

An excerpt can be read HERE 

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