Dangerously Dark

C.J. Burright
Dangerously Dark
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Release Date
November 2017
Book 3 of The Dreamcaster Series
New Adult, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Vamps & Shifters Romance


For Quinn Carmichael, being a 'millennial' isn't all it's cracked up to be. Between the roller coaster of failed careers and keeping life-long secrets, she teeters on the brink of an identity crisis … until a sexy-as-sin guy stumbles into her kitchen and face-plants unconscious at her feet. He's dark, he's dangerous—and he's straight from her childhood nightmares.

Convinced Zaire holds the answers to the mystery of her true nature—and the key to her heart—Quinn refuses to let him go without a fight. But saving the boy all grown up from her dreams takes her into a hidden world of shapeshifters and seduction, where love is a liability and truth a death sentence.

With ruthless enemies closing in and time running out, Quinn must discover her destiny to survive … which might destroy her second chance with Zaire, the only man who can fulfill all her dreams and make her whole.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Apr 27, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
60 people found the following review helpful
DANGEROUSLY DARK is the third book in The Dreamcaster series, and I would recommend you read the first two books prior to this one. Although we don't hear from the 'older' characters until the latter part of the book, you will still need to have some idea about the V'alkara to gain the most enjoyment from it.

So, that being said, let's start. We have Zaire, who popped up in Ella and Dax's book. We found out he was 'helping' the Red Crows but only because he had to. In this book, we learn more about Zaire's history, and why he feels unworthy of love, indeed, he fears it. As for Quinn, we don't find out much about her past as a 'normal' person, but as a Dreamcaster, she rocks! She is tough, having fought her way through too many demons to count. She takes her knocks and rolls with them. She sets her sights on Zaire (through their connected past), and won't let him go. Just what the stubborn-ass V'alkara needs.

For me, this was the best of the bunch so far. I don't know if it's because I know their world now, The Faction, the Red Crows, the V'alkara, or maybe it was just Zaire and Quinn. Whatever the reason, I was completely committed to this book from the very beginning.

Full of action, and yet with a smooth and flowing pace, this book is full of brilliant characters and situations. Our tortured hero is dark enough to be fully rounded, whilst our sassy heroine sparks off him and keeps things interesting. With no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, I thoroughly enjoyed their story. I am really hoping Mel and Izzy get a story, and it won't be too long in coming! Absolutely recommended by me.
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