Shaedes of Gray by Amanda Bonilla
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Tyler never disappoints.
Darian has lived almost 100 years in the shadows, thinking she was the only one of her kind and fighting to keep love at bay. But when she’s hired to kill Xander, she finds her world view turned inside out in the blink of an eye.
Once Darian learns that she’s not “alone” in this world, the changes keep assaulting her, forcing her to cope quickly. Darian’s kick-butt attitude and sharp tongue goes hand in hand with her skill with her sword, and she uses all of them to lay into her enemies. Her internal and external battles are well-written, taking the reader along through her battle with her emotions and bad guys alike.
There were a few loose ends that Darian didn’t get back to; however, it’s a good start to a series. The side characters were enjoyable and hopefully will play a greater role in the upcoming novels.
Shaedes of Gray introduces readers to a whole new type of paranormal character, where between the black and white lives a whole new world of gray.