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Dark, tragic & delicious.
Dark Side of the Sun by Addison Cain is LIVE!
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Arabella, the Baroness of Iliffe, knows her life is nearing its end. For years the young widow has been hunted across England, running from her past, thrust onward into desolate wastes until there is nowhere else to hide. With the little time she has left, her desperation has driven her into the arms of an extremely sinister man who desires more than just her company.

Gregory Harrow, bastard born gentleman, takes what he wants, and is willing to use anyone and anything to achieve his aims. Greedy, cunning, cruel, he claims to love her, offers to kill for her, but lies come easily to his tongue.

She knows she cannot trust him, but making a deal with the devil might just be her only chance for survival.

DARK SIDE OF THE SUN is a full-length regency era dark romance from internationally bestselling author Addison Cain about depravity, desire, and acute retribution.


Dark Side of the SunDark Side of the Sun by Addison Cain
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Atmospheric and moody, Addison Cain has put her own dark gothic spin on historical romance and it’s riveting.

Arabella, the Baroness of Iliffe, seeks solitude, privacy, and anonymity when she rents the long vacant and neglected Crescent Barrows estate. On the run from a devastating and dangerous past which seeks to claim her once again, her solicitor, Mr. Griggs, rents the property in his name to protect her and her loyal servants’ safety and anonymity. When the landlord, Gregory Harrow thinks himself duped by a member of the aristocracy, he’s infuriated. And Gregory Harrow is not a man to cross.

A standalone story told in the third person, dual POV, the author delivers a character-driven story that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Gregory Harrow’s character is diabolical, machiavellian, and dangerously sexy. As you read, you find yourself wavering between love and hate, trust and distrust. Arabella is his perfect counterpoint; caring and charitable with a past that makes you immediately sympathetic to her character, you want to see her prevail against the odds. Wrapping it all together is a plot that has you on tenterhooks in the end because you really have no idea which way it’s going to go.

If you like a book that will keep you guessing, this is definitely a book you need to read.

Dark level: Light/Medium

*A copy provided to CGSR Book Blog in exchange for an honest review*

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Addison L. Cain was born in sunny California, but found herself drawn to dwell in older, history-rich places. Japan, Ireland, Qatar, and now Washington DC, Addison is always on the move, always eager to immerse herself in new cultures and people. Her stories reflect the antiquities she loves: deep and sometimes very dark. Driven to push her characters beyond the pale, Addison’s books are not for the faint of heart.

An alumni of California State University Fullerton, she earned a degree in Japanese and spent years in Asia studying indigenous Japanese religion. Primeval forests and worn pathways have led to her obsession with gardening. Her Great Dane approves, loping around the yard and getting into mischief. Unfortunately the cat has to watch from a window, and because Addison is a total sucker for his sad golden eyes, he gets hours of belly rubs and too many treats.

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