The last thing Antara remembers about yesterday was her piece of crap car breaking down in the middle of the road, and a too-sexy-for-his-own-good stranger offering his assistance. Neither explains why she woke up naked in his bed, nor why she feels sicker than she's ever been in her life.
Caught in the grips of a terrible fever, nothing's making much sense to Antara. There are only two things she's fairly certain about. One—the unearthly hot stranger's name is Eros and he's definitely not a human. And two—she's pretty sure she was drugged and is currently his hostage.
This steamy, fast-paced paranormal romance by Sharonlee Holder is perfect for fans of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward and Sacrificed to the Dragon by Jessie Donovan.
About the Author
South African, born and bred, Sharonlee Holder lives in one of the outer suburbs of Johannesburg in Gauteng, South Africa. Life is a happy and creative jumble of a husband, three grown daughters, one super cute grand-daughter, three dogs, a cat, and a mouthy African Grey parrot. Endless hours at the keyboard are supported by copious amounts of frothy coffee and ‘What ifs?’. Writing breaks are a blend of the big outdoors astride a motorbike, reading or watching anything and everything to do with fantasy, romance and the paranormal.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Resurgence was another fun departure from my typical books. It’s been a while since I was in my Greco-Roman mythology phase, but I read enough of it at the time that I recognized nearly all of the characters presented in Resurgence. I really enjoyed their modern day incarnations, and look forward to seeing how their bonds strengthen and develop in Renegade. Murphy was an interesting “extra” from outside the Greco-Roman pantheon. I’m curious to see if his experiment will bear fruit. I would have liked to know his connection to Murphy’s law; hopefully, that will be explained in later books. Resurgence was surprisingly unpredictable to me, in terms of the broader story line. I will note that I noticed several instances of what I would typically call errors. However, they were utilized with such consistency that I can only assume they’re simply grammar and spelling unique to South Africa. Overall, I loved Resurgence and am eager to dive in to Renegade.
I was hooked from the start!