Impostors' Kiss (Symphony of Light, #2)

Impostors' Kiss (Symphony of Light, #2)

by Renea Mason

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BN ID: 2940153504414
Publisher: Mad Mason Press
Publication date: 11/19/2016
Series: Symphony of Light , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,188,251
File size: 2 MB

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Impostors' Kiss 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not even a book. Nowhere did it say it was a prequil to anything. Don't buy unless you intend to buy more as it just stops. Disappointed.
Akasa32 More than 1 year ago
This prequel to the series is *steamy* and gets you hungering to see where the main character will go next and makes you wonder who/what he is.
Amanda_Miller More than 1 year ago
This story gives so much insight to Cyril's character and proves that he can overcome the limitations set on him by his creator. It is told from his point of view and shows just what kind of being he is. I absolutely loved it and after reading book 2, I understand just how important it is to know the story of Cyril and the innkeeper's daughter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novella gives you a good taste of things to come and an idea of the writer' s style. While I was confused as to the timeline of the story due to small details like the clothing choice for the male characters and locals in the town, it still left me curious and wanting more. Great job by this first time author and I look forward to getting to know her work more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the paranormal novel Symphony of Light and Winter and enjoyed it immensely. But when I saw Ms. Mason had written a short in my favorite genre-historical romance-I did the happy dance. She did not disappoint. This earlier version of Cyril is more touchable and compassionate but he still sizzles in a kilt. We are shown bits and pieces of the man he was before Linden and mourn for the loss. Set in the Highlands, he and his traveling companion Rhys save and return a tavern owner's son. For his trouble, Cyril is offered the owner's daughter. He accepts. Without spoiling the ending, I can say they both find what they need during this intimate night together. This short is a bittersweet yet steamy tale of love lost and hope. The author lures us in with the promise of paranormal but creates characters that are real and believable. Mason's style, like the hero, is dark and alluring. This can be read as a stand-alone but I highly recommend following it with the novel.
BeckeyWhite More than 1 year ago
Cyril and Rhys are weeks into traveling after receiving an urgent message from Stanton when they stumble across a young boy. They discover that he is the inn keepers son and take him home. The reward for such deed: "Young Lady, your father offered you as payment. You are a token of his gratitude to me for my saving your brother's life. What do you say to that?" "What do you wish" "A kiss. That's what I desire." Rhys discovers is a night of carnal pleasures could lead to a lesson in love... I can go on with this one.. I found the book to be a great quick read. I had received the book from the author for an honest review, thank you.
tamsroses More than 1 year ago
Love this short novel a great part of the  Symphony of Light and Winter series  I read Symphony of Light and Winter and just loved it. Now we have Impostors Kiss and we see a glimpse of Cyril before Symphony, and the life he lived and died in. We find that he has a kind,  genital side when his path come across another who like him is looking for  their love and in part acceptance. I find myself loving Cyril even more than I did before.  I adore how Renea Mason has made  a world where we as readers just dive into and want more. Looking forward to what comes next! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So Cyril has a softer side... I read Symphony of Light and Winter a while ago and have been waiting for a sequel ever since. Cyril was created by a goddess to fulfill her sexual desires...need I say anymore? He meets a woman who is in need of something he too seeks -- love. As much as I liked the Cyril of Symphony, I fell in love with the Cyril of Imposters' Kiss. Renea Mason has created another winner with this story. It is short, but it is powerful. Can't wait to see what trouble he gets into next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love reading about Cyril's life prior to him meeting Linden. A short story that adds flavor to the Symphony of Light series. I'm hooked.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago