Saturday, May 3, 2014

Review Conjuring Darkness by Melanie James


Description 
25 year old Lexi Salenko is an independent and focused young woman who has realized her dream of moving to the open country of Montana and starting up a quaint bookstore. Romance and adventure have always remained within the covers of her cherished novels until one day she receives a mysterious letter from her archaeologist sister. The letter was sent from Israel and was badly damaged, but Lexi understands enough of it that her sister may be in trouble.

Lexi follows the cryptic instructions sent to her and finds herself propelled on an odyssey across three continents with a very sexy former Navy SEAL turned mercenary and a mysterious ancient relic with ties to an ancient cult. She learns about a supernatural force that stretches from the ancient ruins at Gobleki Tepe Turkey through the death camps of the Holocaust and into her present life. Along the way she learns that sometimes you have to let yourself fall in love and believe in the power of hope.

My Review 

First I want to state that this book has many different elements it has adventure, magic, history, steamy love scenes and a happy ever after. I really enjoyed this book as it had a lot of ancient history elements which where not only very interesting but also a great part of the story line. 

Lexi is reserve and withdrawn however her attraction to Ryan is red hot and they have great chemistry. I love how she opens up and is very much her own person. The Adventure that Lexi and Ryan to save her sister is crazy and at times this book will have you going what just happened. I loved the ancient history and paranormal twist involving witches and long forgotten cults and demons.

Overall it is a good read which I enjoyed, this is the second book I have read by Melanie James and I find her easy to read with enjoyable characters. 

I rate this book a 4 out of 5 Genie Lamps

You Can buy this book on Amazon

1 comment:

  1. Sounds great! I've not tried her yet. So gonna have to :)

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