Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Review: Gregor's Reason; The Night Movers #3 by Helen Bright

Title: Gregor's Reason;
Series: The Night Movers #3
Author: Helen Bright


Chloe has spent years recovering from the traumas in her life. Finally feeling stronger, she meets a man who makes her question everything.

Gregor is a vampire, billionaire businessman, and a Dom. His fascination with Chloe has him questioning everything he thought he knew, and his once famous control seems almost none existent in her presence.

When fear and betrayal intervene, Gregor takes what he feels belongs to him.
Will Gregor be able to convince Chloe that bonding with him is exactly what she needs?
Can Chloe forgive Gregor and take a chance on the vampire who has stolen her heart?

Set in the sleepy Yorkshire town of Rothley and both Moscow and St Petersburg in Russia, will the miles she travels help Chloe rebuild her trust?

Or will they both end up broken in the end?

~Book Links~
Goodreads | viewBook.at/Gregor

~My Review~

Disclaimer: I have purchased and ebook copy of this, using my own money, since purchasing my copy I have received an updated ecopy direct from the author too and have received nothing in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

That's book 3 done already. I can't believe how fast I'm reading these. I think I need to slow down else I'm going to run out of these vampires & their stories.  

This one is a little more self explanatory, as in who our main character is. Yep you guessed it, it's Gregor; the mighty Russian vampire. We already know quite a bit about Gregor from the previous book but now the focus is firmly on him. I have to admit I kinda expected Gregor to end up with Freya, but no I was wrong.

As we expect the usual characters are present as & when needed, again we are also introduced to new ones too; for instance Chloe. Chloe has endured an unpleasant past & now she has drawn a line under it & is moving on with her life. And then she meets the mysterious Gregor.

These two are an unlikely pair. Want to know if they work? Guess you'll need to grab yourself a copy to find out.

In true Helen fashion we are launched back into this world of vampires & humans. Boundaries & friendships will be pushed & tested maybe to their limits.

Gregor is a strong character, quite dominating. He's not afraid to seek what he wants or to say what he wants. Chloe on the other hand seems fairly reserved & shy. But she's also curious about Gregor & her feelings. Through their actions the characters show that they have real feelings, thoughts & emotions. That makes them even more endearing to the reader, you can't help but allow them into your heart.

The events that take place & the issues the characters face are so realistic, it is easy to see that everyday people would deal with these same issues (not vampirism so much), it is because of this that these characters feel so realistic.

Helen has yet again demonstrated that she is capable of giving enough details to keep your interest but that create a trail of crumbs that you have to follow, that make you turn the page to find out more. I know after I started Gregor's Reason I didn't want to stop. The pace & flow fit the overall story well. The reader's interest is caught at the start & held until the end.

Gregor's Reason is full of love, lust, passion, romance & also has a good amount of humour in it too. There are some real laugh out loud moments, which were very fitting.

For me this was another fantastic addition to this series & I'm thoroughly looking forward to book 4.

~About Helen~

Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.

She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.

Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.

~Places To Stalk Helen~

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