The first in the erotic paranormal Watcher trilogy, Waking the Watcher is a story of lust, love, Heaven and Hell, and everything in between.
My ultimate downfall,
I’m shackled to a life I can’t escape.
A life I never asked for.
Now, I’m trapped–soulless,
Burdened by a Watcher lurking within.
He wants out, he wants her.
But I can’t let that happen,
Won’t let that happen.
Somehow that doesn’t matter.
I can’t have what I crave.
What I want.
What I need.
As the Watcher fights me,
Battles for control,
I refuse to succumb.
It’s a power I’ll never relinquish.
I can’t unleash what lies beneath,
Without paying the ultimate price,
And losing her in the end.
PNR, I can tell you that even after reading Twilight so long ago and really immersing myself into the indie book world two years ago, I had no idea what that stood for. I remember being in a Facebook group and having to ask. PNR “Paranormal Romance” like ghost and stuff…that was my thought, lol. I had no idea what it entailed. I later learned that Twilight fell into that category and let me tell you, as big as a Twilight fan I was back then, I’m not so much now and had no desire to read about anymore vampires, werewolves, or any other kind of mythical creature that is out there.
I tell you all this because I’m extremely happy that I gave Waking the Watcher a chance. Kim had told me she was writing it before I had read anything of hers. After reading three of her books, becoming a huge fan and seeing other awesome reviews for Waking the Watcher, I knew I had to give it a read!
Listening to the audio with Will M. Watt and Susan Fouche cemented the fact that whether you read or listen this is an extraordinary story!
If your not a PNR fan, don’t let the word vampire shy you away. Vampires are just part of the story. Waking the Watcher is a story about love, friendship and what you would do to protect the ones you love. It’s hard to tell you what it’s about without giving spoilers, which I hate doing! Just know that there are vampires, angels and of course humans and no one is really safe. Not having read any other PNR literature and not that I’m a huge movie buff but Waking the Watcher is very reminiscent of movies like Constantine, End of Days and I even thought about The DaVinci Code. I can absolutely see Waking the Watcher as a featured film. With Brock O’hurn of course playing Sariel!
Galen, is a hundred year old vampire from Ireland and I’ve heard Will M. Watt speak with his british accent as well as an american accent, well his irish accent is just as swoon worthy! Waking the Watcher has three main male characters, Galen, Sariel, and Devin. Will does amazing with each character transition, allowing the listener to easily distinguish each character. Both Susan Fouche and Will M. Watt do a fabulous job of relaying the intensity of the story to the reader and allowing you to really become immersed in the story! Go start this trilogy now! 5 out of 5 roses!
About the Author
Kim Loraine was raised a Navy brat but spent most of her life growing up in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. A proper Washingtonian, she’s addicted to coffee, doesn’t let a little rain ruin her day, and thinks the sun is a gift from God. When not chasing her two little minions around, Kim spends her time writing, reading, and binge watching Doctor Who.