Dark Redemption (Dark Paradise #3) by Angie Sandro

 Dark Paradise #3   
Adult Content 18+

From rising star Angie Sandro, a steamy Southern gothic romance that will appeal to fans of Beautiful Creatures . . .

Deep in the Louisiana bayou, Mala LaCroix cannot escape the mysterious things she's seen. Haunted by her otherworldly past, she only wants to hide her special abilities and care for the man she's come to love. But the dark swamp she calls home holds more than just Mala's secrets, for a killer is leaving behind ghosts trapped between worlds, hungry for vengeance . . .

Landry knows Mala could never turn her back on those in need. It's part of what attracts him to her. But now that he's wrestling with his own demons-and losing-he fears that just being near the woman he loves endangers her life. And that traps him in a terrible dilemma: leave Mala alone to catch a murderer by herself or stay close-and risk entangling her in the brutal battle for his very soul.

I have really enjoyed this series, it was not on my radar until I received a review request in my email and absolutely loved the first book and dived into the second. I guess that is why I had some higher hopes for the third. While this is still a VERY GOOD series that I recommend I was a bit disappointed in the characters and their actions/behaviors in the final story.

I found the series very fast paced and enjoyable. Plot twists and engaging storylines. The characters and the romance something different and the extent in which the author takes the events that happen. Serious injuries and content is brought forward that really kept me hooked to the story to see how they were going to move on from one thing to the next.

What I personally did not love about the third book might be something that others feel was the right way to take the story, after all each reader will take away something different from the books.


About this author

Angie Sandro was born at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. Within six weeks, she began the first of eleven relocations throughout the United States, Spain, and Guam before the age of eighteen.

Friends were left behind. The only constants in her life were her family and the books she shipped wherever she went. Traveling the world inspired her imagination and allowed her to create her own imaginary friends. Visits to her father's family in Louisiana inspired this story.

Angie now lives in Northern California with her husband, two children, and an overweight Labrador


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