If you read the first book in the series, Stolen Flame, then you need to read this book. This novella is like an epilogue on steroids. It is exactly what you wanted after the first book but would have been too long to include as an epilogue.
The beginning of this book rehashes a lot of the emotional trauma of the first book. Rather than just being repetitious, it puts the reader into the mindset to appreciate Violet’s story. It leaves you desperate for a happily ever after.
I worried that Brin wouldn’t figure out what she needed to heal herself. I found it stressful that Brin could just as easily fall apart as she could reclaim herself. When she finally figures it out what she needs, it is no guarantee that she’ll get it.
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D.W. Marshall an author of an elclectic array of romance novels writes direct and distinctive dialogue wrapped in sensual imagery. The first in her series, featuring Vivian Travis, is Stolen Flame. As a wife and mother residing in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ms. Marshall uses the sexuality on the streets of Sin City to fuel her stories. She is in her bliss with pen in hand creating her characters.