Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
Date published: July 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60168-242-0
Erotic paranormal romance
Reviewed by Valerie
Obtained from publisher

CLICK TO PURCHASE! Bellona Fara is on the run. She is one of Odin’s Valkyries and is sick of taking the life of heroes for Odin’s army. Oh yes, it is her job to take a dying hero, but Odin wants his Valkyries to reap their souls before they die. She stops at Del Fantasma and Cody the bartender introduces her to Gabe, a fallen angel. The sexual tension simmers between them, but if they are going to find their happy end they have to fight Bellona’s sister Valkyries and come to terms with the guilt they both carry with them. When an earthquake hits Vista Loma, it’s all they can do to help the humans that live there as things get more and more out of control. Bellona is going to have to face the wrath of Odin and Gabe is going to find out just exactly what heroes are made of.

I have been enjoying the Del Fantasma stories and this one is another jewel in the collection. Sam Cheever has written an imaginative story about two very scarred characters, both ridden with guilt about the things they have done and both feeling unworthy of love. As Cody tells Bellona, they are both very much alike. Other paranormal characters make an appearance in this story, fairies and vampires for a start. We also meet the mighty Odin. Ms. Cheever has woven all these characters together to give her readers an entertaining and exciting story that will keep you scrolling and reading until the last word. The sexual tension is high and the love scenes might just melt your monitor so have a fan nearby. I enjoyed the dialogue which is at time quite humorous. I know when you read this one, you’ll want to go back and read other stories from the Del Fantasma series. They are written by various authors and I know you will not be disappointed.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

1 comment:

Sam Cheever said...

Thanks for the wonderful review, Valerie! I'm glad you enjoyed my story.