Struggling to forget her recurrent dream, Lexi finds herself plagued by images of blood, desire, and a pair of mesmerising green eyes. What’s more is she’s having difficulty explaining the subtle changes taking place inside her. Faced with decisions that leave her challenging all she has ever known, Lexi has to decide if she can put her faith in the mysterious Reid.
One thing Lexi is certain about is following the path laid out before her has never been so enticing.
21,000 word novella. Part one of four novella series.
Okay, first off a big thank you to Hot Tree Promotions and Becca Lee for providing me with a copy of Blood Sense (The Gift) to read in exchange for an honest review.
Now, I love paranormal.. Anything paranormal but romance stories are like crack. And this story has given me a new high. I love Alexia and Reid. Or as he is known for most of the story, Mr. Green Eyes. The way things started off made a brow raise and then the story slowly started to unfold into the beautiful mass of words before us.
Alexia, having no clue why all of a sudden she can feel things, or seems to know what going to happen with thing is in a mess of tangled emotions. Add that to the very steamy, heart pounding, list filled dreams she is having about Mr. Green eyes and you have an awesome read!
Becca is new to Paranormal but I think she needs to push away any fears she has about writing paranormal because this story was very good. It's a slower read than some books but i have to say for this story and the way the characters come to life it's needed.
This story kept me on my toes! I can't wait for book 2... I need it now!
Spending the last few years near the Queensland coast, Becca is rarely out of the sea or off the beach. Dragging her long board with her and her overworked Kindle Fire, Becca enjoys her three addictions: reading, surfing and ogling surfers, one of whom is her husband of ten years.
She can still be found regularly on the beach with her family. Becca tends to leave the surfing to her boys; she's far too busy immersed in her own writing or, of course, with her head still buried in a new read.