- Siren Bookstrand
- Release Date
- June 2016
- Book 8 of Grey River
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal with Romantic Elements, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Sometimes the only way to keep fighting and survive today, is to embrace the pain of yesterday and remember who you are.
Melaina Christakos was beginning to understand just how true that was. She had always known her father was insane, hard not to when the man insisted on experimenting on her and the women she considered family. But the depth of his madness becomes more apparent when she awakes in a hospital with no real memory of who she is and a light within that tells her not all is as it seems.
Kyle and Grant Snow are being kept from their mate, and both of them have retribution in mind. Melaina is in danger, and they need to get to her and will kill anyone who stands in their way.
Once they find her, can Kyle and Grant prove that their future together is more than worth the pain of remembering her past?
Feb 25, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
115 people found the following review helpful
REMEMBERING MELAINA continues where The Trouble with Parris finished. Only now we see the situation from Melaina, Grant, and Kyle's point of view. We also go back in time for a short while to understand what has happened, and why.
We start off with Melaina being held in a hospital, under the impression that she is actually Melissa and she has killed someone called Grant. This feels all wrong to her, but she doesn't know why as she can't remember anything at all. Grant and Kyle are being held away from Melaina, with collars on that inhibit their wolf and their bond. Occasionally though, they are able to hear or feel each other, which helps Melaina when she needs it most. This triad has issues to overcome, as well as bringing Melaina and Xanthe's madman father down.
As you might have gathered, this book is full of action. My heart broke for Grant and Kyle at the beginning, but I loved how it turned out. This was a wonderful twist to the bond that I have read so much about. With a fantastic climax to the story about Aristos, you are still left wanting more. There are at least two more Grey River stories that I need, including Pepper! With a gripping pace and full of humour, this was a fantastic book and is definitely recommended by me.
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