Dec 06, Kelly rated it really liked it Its easiest to cross between worlds at liminal times of the day. Angels travel most easily at dawn, faeries at twilight, and demons at midnight. As for noon well, youll just have to read and find out! When supernatural beings OtherFolk want to pass between worlds without these limitations, they can bond with humans, called TouchStones, who help anchor them to the mortal world.
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The man of her dreams might be the cause of her nightmares. Six months ago, Abby Sinclair was struggling to pick up the pieces of her shattered life.
Now, she has an enchanted iPod, a miniature unicorn living in her underwear drawer, and a magical marketplace to manage. Abby has enough problems without having this seductive shape-shifter literally invade her dreams to get information. But when her Faery boss and some of her friends vanish, as well, Abby and Brystion must form an uneasy alliance.
Yes, shamelessly. Then once I got it, I was terrified. I held onto that worry for a little while when I started reading. It took a few chapters for my head to wrap around that concept, especially since there was such a cast of supernatural characters.
She totally redeemed herself before the page was out though by making fun of the phrase. It was perfect. That was the moment I quit worrying and just enjoyed the ride.
And it was a great ride. Any book that handles both steamy sex and humor is a keeper for me, and A Brush of Darkness does it admirably. Plus within all that was a great mystery that wove very neatly into the romance. Abby is a mostly human protagonist thrown into a supernatural world and she stands up on her own merits. Her backstory is strong and woven well into the narrative. And the supporting characters all have very distinct personalities, and considering the size of the cast, I found that really impressive.
A Brush of Darkness
A Brush Of Darkness (2011)
Review: A Brush of Darkness by Allison Pang