Title: Mister Black
Series: In the Shadows #1
Author: P.T. Michelle
Release Date: June 14, 2014
We all have someone who crossed our path and fundamentally changed us. That one person who blew through our lives, their presence forever stamped on our psyche. They linger in our thoughts, in our hearts, and in the decisions we make. A soul crusher or a dream maker, depending on the perspective.
My person is MISTER BLACK. I didn’t know him by that name when I first met him. I didn’t know him at all, but the impression he left behind was just as powerful as the name I call him today.
He is Black: a deadly enforcer and masterful seducer.
I am Red: a justice bleeder and willing participant.
Together we are passion. Colors colliding through each other’s lives. When our secrets converge in a passionate encounter, stepping out of the shadows just might be worth the risk.
This may be only a short read but it still packs a punch. I loved the back story at the start when the main characters where still young and the world hadn’t effected them yet. They seemed so innocent. However later on in the present we learn that they were both dealing with major issues, that even adults struggle with. I love a good back story that has some real depth in it.
Mister Black is focused in the present time with Talia trying to discover why one of the daughters of a wealthy family (The Blacks) just randomly up and left college. Little does she realize that this will led her straight into the arms of the mystery guy from her past. When they met again, the fireworks are still there. Now there is nothing holding them back from what they really want. They plan to met the next day, yet life happens and the reader is left wondering if they will ever met again.
Sebastian Quinn is one hot guy. His mystery and shadow soul make him that much more attractive. I will never look at rainbows the same way now.
I liked both of the main characters and the story line was set up nicely. However it feel just a little short in some places. Maybe the next book will help fill in those gaps.