jueves, 19 de diciembre de 2013

Elsa by Allison Bruning (Review)

Elsa (The Secret Heritage) by Allison Bruning
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
This novel -- the first of The Secret Heritage Series -- has all the elements necessary to be a success. The family saga is very well developed, and the psychological traits of the main characters are faithfully portrayed. In fact, I found the ability of Ms Bruning to see through Franklin's eyes to be unique. The rituals surrounding a death in the family were surprisingly similar to those still followed in some parts of my area of the planet. And the sexual scenes are well written. The story is able to elicit strong emotions towards all the characters.
Knowing that this book is the beginning of a series had one downside: The ending left me out on a limb. Therefore, I felt that the book was not finished, even if it is obvious that the saga will continue.