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{Restraint: Randi Cooley Wilson}Restraint by Randi Cooley Wilson
Series: The Revelation Series
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing on July 23, 2014
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Pages: 300
Format: eBook
Source: Read 4 Review
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5 Stars


One revelation changed everything, turning Eve Collin’s world upside down with grief and questions of identity and allegiance. Now as she flees enemies that refuse to give up, Eve must also face the mounting attraction between herself and her gargoyle protector. Will she ever truly be safe? How much will she sacrifice to survive and who will she become?

Restraint is an addictive pleasure a spellbinding continuation of Eve’s journey of self-discovery, love and sacrifice.

Readers captivated by Revelation will eagerly devour Restraint.
Restraint is volume two in The Revelation Series.

{my thoughts} – Eve Collins is forced to visit her friend Aria’s grave. She blames herself for Aria’s death because she was distractedly watching Asher during the fight that had occurred. Eve asks a few of the Gargoyles about Aria’s unnatural speed but she is ignored and they change the subject on her. She still can’t figure out how Aria got past her so quickly and then how she died at the hands of the enemy.

Asher and Eve explore there romance more in this book. It gets to the point that most people would be like it’s obvious you two have a thing so admit it. When they finally do admit they have romantic intentions a bunch of other issues arise.

In this book Eve is tested, she gets kidnapped twice, she gets beat up and she questions which side of the war she is going to be loyal to. She has dreams that seem so real that they appear to be premonitions. She also questions her feelings on both Gage and Asher. If I were Eve I would choose Asher he seems so much more trusting the Gage the Gargoyle who chooses not to pick aside because he’d rather get revenge for the death of his first mate.

This book was wonderfully written and the ending made me sad. I am really hoping that in the next book Asher and Eve can work out their relationship issues. I know that a happy ever after would be so much better then the alternative.