Saturday, 7 July 2018
REVIEW - Sabrina and the gargoyle by Marie Dry
Release Date: 6 May 2017
Sabrina married Mark after only knowing him for two weeks. Although he’s the man of her dreams, the man she loves more than life itself, she’s started getting strange vibes from him. Sometimes, she could swear he moves faster than the human eye can follow, and she’s sure she’s seen him change into something with wings. Could he be a vampire? A gargoyle? She tries to tell herself she’s being ridiculous, that those things don’t really exist. But when a strange being bursts through her bedroom window and kidnaps her, Sabrina is forced to admit the truth—not only are the creatures from her nightmares real, her own husband is one of them, and he married her for reasons other than love…
My Review 3 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
I liked this story, but it was the very rushed feeling to the ending that left a WTF in my mouth. The book wraps up in a way that left me scratching my head is to how suddenly things finished.
Sabrina finds herself with a husband that leaves her wondering if he is human at all and slowly things become clear and her eyes are opened up to a world around her that is not quite what it seems.
Mark is a Vampire/Gargoyle hybrid that is stronger than those around him, but neither side will claim him as he is not a full vampire of gargoyle.
With her worlds changing and all of the parties that they must attend where Mark ignores her for woman that seem enamoured by him, its surprising that Sabrina is not more of a basket case or has less self esteem, however she does seem to develop a bit of a backbone by the end of the book.
I loved Marie Dry's Alien series, but this one fell a little short for me.