Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Into the Darkness by K.F. Breene

Into The Darkness

Written by:  K.F. Breene
Series:  Darkness
Sequence in Series: 1

Alternative cover edition of ISBN 9781311400840

Sasha has grown up with one surety: she’s not normal.

She sees things in the darkness that no one else can see. Mysterious men cloaked in shadow, moving through the night. The problem is, pointing out invisible people is a fast track to a padded cell. Orphaned at age five, Sasha quickly learns an important survival tip: keep her mouth shut and stay out of the spotlight.

Until one night, everything changes. She and her boyfriend, Jared, find themselves stranded on the wrong side of town. Suddenly, the men she was convinced were hallucinations, are very real. And very dangerous.

As a new world opens up around her, she meets him. The Boss. An alpha leader who entrances her mind and tugs on her body. Primal and sexual, his people have a different set of rules. And they don’t always play nice.

As danger rises up around her, her differences may be the only thing that saves her life. She must embrace what she’s tried so hard to hide, while resisting the person her body craves most. Sasha has finally found her shadow men, and they will change her life forever.

Into the Darkness (Darkness, #1)Into the Darkness by K.F. Breene
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received this copy of Into the Darkness during a promotional. It seemed like a perfect fit for my reading tastes so I grabbed it.

I have to say that it was intriguing, but there where quite a few times that I was cringing from the repetition.

I liked it but found the characters one dimensional with lots of sex on the mind and on the pages. Ok, this book was flat out erotic. The creatures/beings are highly sexual in nature and Breene doesn't hold back bring these relations to her readers. I'd have to give it 5 in the steam factor category.

I feel it has lots of potential, but needs a little meat in the characterizations. Right now, Charles was the one character that I really would like to follow; he was funny, strong and somewhat charming in a sex obsessed kind of way.

I was entertained and am interested to see where this will lead next.

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