On the night of the vernal equinox as Monѐre Queen Mona Lisa basks, an ability that allows her to share the power of the moon with her people thereby extending their lives, a dark light reaches for her and she disappears. Mona Lisa wakes up in a realm unlike any that she knows with the belief that she’s dead and that there may not be a way for her to return to her family, lovers or people. With Mona Lisa’s hopes of returning home swiftly dwindling and her prospects in NetherHell, a realm where only the vilest of people end up, are poor, Mona Lisa must decide where her new future lays.
Mona Lisa Darkening is the fantastic new installment in the novel of Monѐre, Children of the Moon series that I could not put down. I adore Mona Lisa’s strength of character and how it is beautifully tempered by her ability to love and see into the core of the people around her. Mona Lisa’s lovers are all wonderfully manly characters that are gentled by her love but in no way tamed and are all a joy to watch as they flourish with the help of her love.
Sunny has an extraordinary ability to captivate readers with strong characters that readers can identify with and titillate with her unabashedly steamy love scenes. Sunny is an author that I’m new to but one that has completely caught my attention and who I’m sure I will enjoy for years to come.