Darkness Calling (Primani Series Book Five)

Darkness Calling (Primani Series Book Five)

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by Laurie Olerich
     
 

Book Five in the Primani Series. This darkly intense story is a standalone in the urban fantasy romance series.

Finally freed from a century in purgatory, former-wild child Aisling just wants to raise her son and live as a normal human again. Her taste of freedom is cut short the moment her past comes searching for her. There’s one reason she was exiled

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Book Five in the Primani Series. This darkly intense story is a standalone in the urban fantasy romance series.

Finally freed from a century in purgatory, former-wild child Aisling just wants to raise her son and live as a normal human again. Her taste of freedom is cut short the moment her past comes searching for her. There’s one reason she was exiled, and his name is Cain. With him, there was only darkness, and the angels help her, she liked it that way. Now he’s back, and his commands are simple. Stay away from Sean. When he threatens to take her son, she turns to the one man who can save them both. Sean.

Sean is sick and tired of his baby mama’s hateful attitude. Her mood swings give him whiplash, and he’s seriously thinking of strangling her. But when a brutal old enemy shows up to destroy everyone Sean loves, he discovers Aisling is hiding more than her feelings for him. When the ice finally thaws, he’s stunned to realize how she calls to the darkness within him.

Joining forces to protect their son, Sean and Aisling set out on a journey that leads them from the city streets of Manhattan to the elegant hotels of Vienna to the final terrifying showdown in Rome.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940046472295
Publisher:
Laurie Olerich
Publication date:
03/05/2015
Series:
Primani
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
409,907
File size:
360 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Laurie Olerich is the author of a new paranormal romance series called Primani. Part romance, part paranormal, part adventure...Three things she can’t live without! Laurie spent most of her life in the Northeastern United States and in Western Europe. She now lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her son Taylor and Dalmatian duo, Domino and Rambo. Desperate to escape the heat, she lives vicariously through Mica and her Primani by setting their adventures in the mountain coolness of New England and the rainy days of London. Before throwing caution to the wind and diving into a writing career, Laurie dedicated 20 years to her country by serving in the United States Air Force. Much of her time was spent around men with guns and cool toys...this explains her obsession with both.

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Darkness Calling (Primani Series Book Five) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Charlotte660 More than 1 year ago
This was the one I really wanted to read because it is about Declan, the sweet lovable angel. I had thought he would pair up with another one of the characters but I was wrong. This turned out to be better than what I was hoping for. The characters, the physics and supernatural in this is so good I can't put the book down once I start reading it. I love the action & fighting demons and this one had more of the bad, bad demons and showed a little more darker side to the story. I love Rori and felt sorry for her at first but she is a real trooper and tough. The romance is awesome and never stops throughout the book. I am happy that she still includes Sean, Mica and Killian and the boys in the story so you can keep up with the aftermath of those characters. You should really read the first novel to understand the characters but she gives you some background info if by chance you don't get to read them first.
Angellynn More than 1 year ago
Hot hot hot! This book is erotic, suspenseful! You will not want to put it down! We go further into the Primani world and this book is about Aisling. Read it you will love it!