Sunday, October 5, 2014

Mist Unveiled by Nancy Corrigan [SBM Review]

Mist Unveiled

Cat has one love in her life—science. Facts rule her, not passion. At least it doesn’t until an unknown deadly virus claims her sister’s life. Cat’s quest for answers takes her to Greenland and drops her into the arms of the one man who sways her devotion from logic to passion. Rune stirs her lusts, ignites her desires and fuels her carnal cravings, but he isn’t simply a lover, nor is he human. He’s a weapon, one that has the potential to save or destroy her.
Rune, a child of the mist, awakens into a world hovering on the verge of destruction. Rising temperatures have released his enemies from their frozen prison without his knowledge. He searches for them but finds Cat, a human with the power to save him and the world. He hungers for her—blood, body and soul. Every moment of shared passion convinces him of the truth—she’s his greatest treasure, one he’ll die to keep.

This was such an interesting story. This is the second book I've read from Corrigan and I'm a fan for life! The book has such an interesting back story and each character seems to have a story all their own.  Corrigan takes mythology and creates such an amazing story. Cat has to find a cure when she travels to Greenland and she finds so much more. Rune is ruled by duty and his need to protect. The story has action, mystery, mythology, and some oh so sexy steamy scenes. The story grabbed my attention right from the start and kept me captivated throughout! I can't wait for the next book to find out ... well I can't tell you that. 

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