A Burdened Novel
Living for someone has never been this literal. Tracey's fun and free life has taken a nefarious turn. Since releasing her heart to Nathan, the repercussions for choosing to love a Burdened Sephlem have been deadly, daunting, and more dangerous than she ever predicted.
If life only allowed her a moment to breathe, to break away from her tainted father and chaotic friend, the injurious bonding may be easier. But there are sentiments rushing through her veins that is twisting her through a whirlwind of bliss and chaos. And a breath of fresh air only resides in one place. . . Until he's changed. . .
Someone who lives to destroy Tracey's mate, Nathan, has the perfect concoction for tragedy and Tracey is his primary ingredient. Influenced by the sinister intentions of Roehl, Nathan's half-brother, Tracey's outlook on her bond has faltered. She will be required to choose again, and all signs point in the wrong direction; for her and her friend.
Can bonds tied to the soul be broken? Or will a Burdened Sephlem have to bare his soul to keep his mate.
This second novel was a bit better than the first. The sentence structures were a bit strange, as if the author wasn't comfortable using contractions, but once you get accustomed to that it was easy to move on.
These storeis are certainly busy! Lots of action going on, which meant I was never bored reading!
I really enjoyed the addition of Olar to the story, he brought some light-heartedness and humor to some stressful, dreary moments in the book. I've grown to really loathe Taylor, what a deceitful thing to do to your family. This author really knows how write the Villans in this story!
Overall, I enjoyed this story more than the first. I'm interested to see what other trouble Nathan and Tracey will get into in the next story.
Previously known as Tainted