Saturday, December 12, 2015

Caught in the Glow by Eva Chase

Title: Caught in the Glow
Series:  The Glower Chronicles #1
Author:  Eva Chase
Publication Date:  October 13/15 by Ink Spark Press
Length:  202pgs
Genre:  NA Fantasy
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

When she was a child, Avery Harmen watched her father die at the hands of a Glower–a breed of demon that feeds on dreams of fame and glory. Now she secretly protects the rising stars of Los Angeles from the demons that prey on them, determined to make sure her clients never suffer the same fate.

Then Avery finds herself assigned to Colin Ryder, a young indie rocker who just landed a major label deal. Colin is cocky, rebellious, a brilliant musician, and already in the Glowers' sights. He's also far too hot for Avery to ignore the chemistry between them–especially when she gets to know the tender side behind his celebrity facade. Though Avery knows she's falling too fast, she's willing to risk heartbreak if fanning the flames of attraction distracts Colin from his Glower-tempting antics. But Colin is keeping a secret of his own, one so big it will put both her heart and his soul on the line.

The first book in The Glower Chronicles, a steamy New Adult paranormal series.

Each book in The Glower Chronicles contains a stand-alone romance, but it is recommended that you read them in order to best appreciate the ongoing subplots.

My Review:

Chase brings this new series to life in a big and vivid manner. I enjoyed how Chase intersperses excitement with comedy, the supernatural with complete realism. The multifaceted writing in this tale brought it all out in vivid clarity. The plot was unique and the supernatural aspects come to life in a very intricate way. The descriptions fed right into the plot, creating a seamless whole that I could barely put down.

I love how Chase writes in the NA genre, and does it well, without making her characters whiny. Their lives are so full and vivid that I couldn’t help but get drawn into their tales. I also enjoyed how real they were. Chase didn’t make her characters perfect or nice all the time. They had their moments where they were completely off the walls, which made them even more approachable.

This is definitely a fun and exciting start to Chase’s new series. I love how this is a complete story in and of itself yet still leaves me wanting to see what comes next.

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