Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Heat Rating: 2
Croat was a Lupan, one of the half-man, half-beast creatures long thought to be extinct or fabricated from fairy tales. Lupan were folklore, nothing more than a myth.
Tora was a Sensitive. Her kind really existed, and normal people feared Sensitives because it was common knowledge that all Sensitives were evil and practiced the dark magicks.
Captured and thrown together inside Baron Agrino’s dungeon, they discovered a connection between them that defied all reason, and a love that transcended all boundaries.
But is their love strong enough to stop the baron from what he’ll do with every Lupan he plans to capture? Or, worse, what he’ll do with Tora once he learns what she is?
Warning! Contains torture, imprisonment, severe beatings, nasty bad guys, public nudity, molten wax, old wives' tales, forest folk, bad horsemanship, and lots of pissed off townspeople.
Ashira Datya’s Review
From Out of the Shadows is the tantalizing story of a young woman, Tora, who is kidnapped by the soldiers of the local Baron, a King like figure. She shares the cell with Croat, a very injured man. Together, they escape, but not without injury. Croat takes Tora to his village where she is nursed back to health so that she can return to her village to find her brother.
This was a very well written novel and it had me on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading it. I give From Out of the Shadows three Tea Cups and a heat rating of a two. The love scenes were sensual, erotic and just graphic enough for me to be able to imagine what it would be like to have Croat make love to me. I really enjoyed From Out of the Shadows and would not hesitate to read another story by the author of such an enchanting story.
3 Tea Cups!