Review: Turn to Darkness (Offspring #5.6) by Jaime Rush
The next installment in the Offspring series.
Shea is used to taking care of herself. She has special powers, and she knows how to use them. She’s pushed away the ugliness of her past, just like she pushed away Greer, the only man who had ever reached beyond her defenses.
All Greer wants is to love Shea, though that comes at a high price for him: as a shapeshifter, once he takes her as his mate, he’ll never be able to let go. So maybe it’s for the best that she’s made it clear she is not interested in anything romantic.
But when Shea’s traumatic past combines with a new danger, nothing will stop Greer from protecting the woman he loves, even if it means losing any chance he has of a future with her.
This short novella was a surprising read for me. I have never read anything by Ms. Rush before and this particular story is #4.5 in the series. So I was happy to find that I enjoyed it! In fact I plan on now going back and reading the rest of the series.
Turn to Darkness is a perfectly written novella. It has everything you need to wet your reading appetite for more.