Sunday, March 3, 2013

Savage by Willow Rose




The year is 1983. Christian is 22 years old when he leaves his home in Denmark to spend a year in Florida with a very wealthy family and go to med-school. A joyful night out with friends is shattered by an encounter with a savage predator that changes his life forever. Soon he faces challenges he had never expected. A supernatural gift he has no idea how to embrace. A haunting family in the house next door. A spirit-filled girl who seems to carry all the answers. An ancient secret hidden in the swamps of Florida. One life never the same. One love that becomes an obsession. Two destinies that will be forever entangled.

Savage is a paranormal romance with some language, violence, and sexual situations recommended for ages sixteen and up

Review:

In 1983 twenty two year old Christian arrives  in Florida to go to med school.  The difference between his home life in Denmark and that of the wealthy family he is staying with is vastly different.  Invited out to meet new friends should have been the time of his life, instead Christian is attacked by a predator and nothing is ever the same again.
After the attack the town wants to hunt down the jaguar who attacked Christian, but something from within is wanting Christian to protect the beast.  When subtle changes begin to happen and uncanny abilities appear, Christian knows the answers lie with the Jaguar.  When he meets Aiyana the puzzle begins  to fit together, but not without it’s share of secrets and mysteries still needing to be solved.
Definitely set up for another sequel.  I thought this was remarkably different than other paranormal stories, especially coming from Christians point of view.  This had a little bit of everything a good book should have mixed into a captivating tale that keeps you curious from beginning to end.

Author:
Willow Rose writes Paranormal Romance, fantasy and mystery. Originally from Denmark she now lives on Florida’s Space Coast with her husband and two daughters. She is a huge fan of Anne Rice and Isabel Allende. When she is not writing or reading she enjoys to watch the dolphins play in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean.



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