Title: Darkness Falls
Author: Erin Kellison
Published: May 11, 2014 by FireFlower Publishing
Purchased: January 14, 2015, free then, $0.99 on Kindle.
Blurb: Agent Malcolm Rook hunts for people with the rarest of talents—the ability to master dreams. He finds the undeniably gifted Jordan Lane, but she’s wary of mysterious Rook and resists his pursuit as long as she can. When the dreamwaters they enter are too exhilarating to resist, their attraction explodes into passion. But delving too deep stirs a nightmare—one they must defeat together, or be forever lost to darkness.
Fans of paranormal romance and bad boys, get ready for a dark, sexy plunge into fantasy and desire. The Reveler Series is set in a contemporary world in which people can indulge in Rêve, or shared dreaming—a pop culture phenomenon sweeping the world. Imagine being able to fall asleep at night, only to wake in a dream world, one in which you are lucid and in control—where you can be anything you want to be and do anything you like. But you must be careful…dreaming can be as dangerous as it is seductive.
Review: I really don’t know how I feel about this book. I don’t love it and, for me, it’s easy to forget about it when I set it down but, I do want to know what happens in the other books; it’s just not at the top of my list. The book didn’t really capture me the way others have but the author does know how to write a cliffhanger.
I honestly think that this should have been a longer book, it just moved too fast for my tastes. These are some serious changes that are happening in her life and instead of freaking out, she just accepts it and it seems like she doesn’t even think any of this through.
I know I’ve said in my other reviews that I was just reading those books as fillers but they made me fall in love with them…not this book. This book truly did feel like a filler and while I do want to find out what happens in the rest of the series…it’s easy to forget about it. There could have been so much more, going in depth about things if the author had made this a longer book but, that’s where I stand on my opinion.
Thank you for reading my review.