Title: Confessions in the Dark
Author: Inger Iversen
Series: In the Dark #3
Publication: April 30th 2016 by Inger Iversen Books, LLC
Genre: New Adult ~ Paranormal Romance
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After narrowly escaping from Vasily’s compound, Ophelia is on the run and fighting for her life. Her first goal is to get some help; too bad she’s stuck on an island owned by Vasily. Her second and third goals consist of going back and freeing her people, and killing Vasily—not necessarily in that order.
When Celtic warrior and vamp badass, Irish, senses something is amiss, he goes in search of the woman who has been on his mind since their first meeting. While his old friends adjust to their new lives, Irish heads off to the dangerous North Sentinel Island, in search of his woman. What he finds there will change everything in the battle against Vasily and his men.
Oh my gosh, I loved Confessions in the Dark! It was a quick read because I just wanted to know what was going to happen with everyone. And I have to admit that the author gave me a couple of mini heart attacks while reading (thanks for that, Inger) but I actually really enjoyed this story!
Not only did this book revolve about Irish and Ophelia (though I really loved those two!) but the others from the book like Trace and Bessina, Echo and Via were a big part of the story. I loved reading about them again. This book truly does have the greatest set of characters.
There were some new characters introduced that were all very intriguing in their own way. I think I’m most interested in Abbadon, or as Via likes to call him ‘Baddy’ (that made me laugh out loud so much while reading! LOL).
And I don’t want to give too much away but a certain vampire named Vlad was part of it too, which I thought was so freaking awesome. The writing, as always, was really great and of course there was a good amount of steamy romance thrown in.
Confessions in the Dark was yet another winner for Inger Iversen. Not that I expected it to be any less than amazing. 😉 But yes, I really enjoyed it. It’s a fantastic addition to the series.