Stone Romance is book 2 in the Stone Passion trilogy.
Once upon a cold winter's night a magnificent man enters Jenna Jacob's life and with a kiss nothing will ever be the same again....
For almost seven years, Jenna had been sleepwalking through life, going through the motions and trying to be the best mother she could be to her precocious daughter. Now she's ready to start living again, hoping to test the water with someone safe. But the Fates, and her sister, have other plans and she is introduced to the marvelous Rhys Nosuntres, a man with a ready smile and pure erotic magnetism that draws Jenna in despite her wariness. Even when complications arise to keep them apart it is hard to stay away from one another no matter how hard they try.
Events in the form of the mysterious Omari conspire to bring them together, sending Rhys and Jenna on a journey of discovery. What Jenna discovers changes everything: Rhys is a Gargoyle, he is a Guardian between the two worlds, charming and generous and an inventive lover. Jenna can't help but fall in love with him.
But the Fates can also be cruel, giving Jenna everything she thought she wanted just when she discovered everything she needed.
Stone Romance is a full length paranormal romance (approx. 98,000 words) that teeters on the verge of being erotica, which some may find offensive; there is strong language, the scenes are spicy and the sex is explicit. Stone Romance contains: M/F. light bondage, and a scene between Jenna and Rhys in his gargoyle form that is a little out there.
While it isn't absolutely necessary to read Stone Lover to enjoy Stone Romance there are certain events that may not make as much sense if book 1 is not read before book 2.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is such a fun series to read! I loved this book because it explains even more of the mystery surrounding the creatures that were introduced in the first book. It's obvious that A.C. Did a lot of research, and the spin she out on the myths is nothing short of fascinating. The hotness factor was not lessened in this book compared to the first one. Jenna is very easy to relate to, and I am so happy with the ending. I'm also ECSTATIC to read the next book!!!