Song of Tenebrae by C. A. Rene

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Song of Tenebrae by C. A. Rene

Book Info

Song of Tenebrae by C. A. Rene
Series: Sacrificial Lambs #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Dark Romance
Pages: 265
ASIN: B094GCSSLM
Published: 27/07/2021
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Tempest Skeigh
The horrors I’ve seen and the torture I’ve survived has left me with a burning hatred.
I can’t move on and it only grows with time.
I have been planning my revenge by day and stripping my feelings away by night.
No matter how hot the loathing burns, there’s still a part of me that wants Raiden James.
I want him at my mercy while I carve into his flesh, claiming his blood as my own.

Raiden James
Her body and her screams are forever etched in my mind.
The torture I inflicted and the horror I draped her in was only a prelude.
I have been biding my time and waiting for the perfect moment to bring her home.
No matter where we are in the world, my soul belongs to Tempest Skeigh.
I want her at my mercy while my blade makes her blood sing once more.

Song Of Tenebrae – My Review

I loved the prequel to this book, Sing Me a Song, and up until the epilogue, I felt the same about Song of Tenebrae. Throughout the latter half of the book, I could feel it building to a cliffhanger and I was okay with that, but the epilogue felt like a pause more than a hanger and didn’t leave me itching to read the next instalment. I will, of course, but I didn’t get that feeling of urgency, of wanting to scream and shout and rail at the author because they’d left off like that. I feel no need to mark the release date in my calendar and pre-order to make sure I can get to it straight away, which is a shame because it really is a well-crafted world and mystery. Having heard from the author (in the comments below) I can understand why the story ends like this (it’s making way for the next duo’s tale) but it’s not the ending I would’ve chosen.

Despite that, Song of Tenebrae is incredibly well written and it’s amazing to see how Tempest and Raiden grow over the course of the story and how their relationship evolves. I really enjoyed the mystery side of things and want to hear more about Incognitus and their story. I’m curious to see where the story goes from here, but I’m just not itching to find out like I was before.

About C. A. Rene

C.A. Rene

I like to write about twisty dark things, you know… since my life is lollipops and rainbows. The computer screen is my canvas and the keyboard my brush, thank you for viewing my masterpieces.

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