"Sarah's whole-hearted kindness and goodness rescues Julien"
Young and beautiful Sarah Ashton is determined to fight to
keep her family home. However, she soon learns it will not
be easy as legal documents are missing that proves her
rightful ownership. Her life has never been the same since
an ordeal in Sienna, which dwells in her subconscious;
making her wonder if she is as "bad" as her friend Corina.
The mysterious and dynamic Julien Davinoff holds his own
council, obtaining the papers to make him the legal owner
of what Sarah claims is rightfully hers. Shrouded in a
natural darkness, he becomes the obsession of Corina, which
nearly becomes his downfall.
However, Sarah's whole-hearted kindness and goodness,
rescues Davinoff from a near death experience and she
devotes herself to helping him overcome the perverse
situation. And in doing so, discovers the truth about him
and what lurks inside him. In spite of her fright, she is
determined to save him and in doing so falls in love with a
man that is surely not truly human.
Susan Squires paves her way into a popular paranormal genre
with this vexing vampire tale. Giving her breed of vampires
a somewhat different angle, the Companion is sure to catch
on with readers that enjoy this intense theme of blood
dependents. Sacrament delivers a passionate "turning" scene
that was satisfying.
Elizabeth Benway © Copyright February 2002
For PNR Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 28, 2002