Saturday, August 30

***Blog Tour, Review, Excerpt & Giveaway*** Into The Light By Kat T. Masen

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Into the Light (The Dark Angel Series)
by Kat T. Masen
Publication: August 23, 2014

Synopsis


“I need to tell you why I was so afraid to fall in love with you again. Why from the moment I saw you in the restaurant I tried to deny any feelings I still had for you. Why I pushed you away, why I lied to you that day in the hospital… It all started during the summer break of 2005, exactly sixty days since the last time I had seen you…”


He was the Dark Angel. He came and stole what she had desperately tried to hold onto: her heart. Charlie Mason thought she knew better until her insecurities overruled and she again believed he broke her.


In a bid to finally find their happily ever after, Lex and Charlie find themselves on a journey of learning how to love again. They began a new future to move forward from a broken past, but life is never so easy. When you finally have the one thing you’ve always wanted, what do you do when that place of darkness finds its way back, shattering everything you fought so hard to have? 


This is the final story of Lex and Charlie, two souls that were brought back together in a twist of fate. An eternal love that has been through every storm, dragged into the dark abyss without a chance of climbing out, but through all the battles they find themselves in a place they call home, away from the darkness and away from the fear. With a glimmer of hope, they look directly into the light.

Review

Into The Light is the second instalment in the Dark Angels series and it concludes Charlie and Lex's story. This was another bumpy ride for Lex and Charlie towards finding their happily ever after. Drama occurs left, right and centre and I swear these two can never catch a break. BUT, for those of you who have read the first in this series you will know Charlie and Lex have a habit of pushing each other away and running in the opposite direction. This is a very emotional read, while I enjoyed the depth of the characters sometimes their words and actions felt forced and totally not warranted, this is what brought this story down for me. Over the top drama and stubborn-to-the-point-it's-annoying characters tend to get on my nerves. However, if you enjoy a story full of passion, love, lust and drama then this book may be for you! I would recommend reading the first novel in the series before starting Into The Light. If you fell in love with Lex and Charlie in book one then you will LOVE them all over again in book 2, and of course we can't forget our other favourite characters that make this series all the more interesting. I really hope we get the stories of the secondary characters, I will definitely be reading more from this author again. Thank you Kat for a well written book that took me on a completely emotional roller coaster ride.

★☆★ 3 Stars! ★☆★
Review By Bel Burgess


Purchase Links

Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA


Excerpt

Finally he pulled me in, our lips only inches apart. His warm breath lingered in the air between us. I closed my eyes, waiting in anticipation to feel his lips against mine, but it was his finger I felt, tracing my bottom lip. My chest rising and falling at a fast pace, I shivered from his touch. His mouth lingered on my bottom lip, and what only was seconds but felt like hours, he gently sucked on my lip, savoring this moment. Everything that weighed heavily on my shoulders slowly lifted as his kiss spread throughout me, shining a light on every part of me that had been encased in darkness. He was mine, and I was his. And I knew that I wanted his kiss for the rest of my life and nobody else’s. He was the one... He was always the one.



About the Author


Born and bred in Sydney Australia, Kat T. Masen is a mother to three crazy boys and wife to one sane husband. Growing up in a generation where social media and fancy gadgets didn’t exist, she enjoyed reading from an early age and found herself immersed in these stories. After meeting friends on twitter who loved to read as much as she did, her passion to write began and the friendships continued on despite the distance. 
“I’m known to be crazy and humorous. Show me the most random picture of a dog in a wig and I’ll be laughing for days. “

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