Review: Brighter Than the Sun

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All his life, Reyes Alexander Farrow has suffered the torments of the damned. Only one thing has given him hope: the woman who radiates a light that no mortals can see; a light that only the departed can see…

Told from his point of view, BRIGHTER THAN THE SUN chronicles the first time Reyes ever encountered Charley, and how their relationship has been the one thing that can either save him or doom him.

Fans have dreamed of reading from Reyes Farrow POV which Darynda Jones kindly gave us even though it was just one chapter in a Charley Davidson novel.

However!

Darynda Jones heard our cries for more Reyes POV and gave us a Reyes Farrow novella, Brighter Than The Sun!

Now if you’ve read the books of the Charley Davidson series then you should be well aware that this novella isn’t going to be easy to read. Especially since we get a real hard look at Reyes’ dark childhood while he grew up with Earl Walker. There were scenes that could make one feel nauseated and sick.There was one scene for me that gave me real goosebumps especially since it was very detailed.

Despite those dark scenes, it was worth reading Brighter Than The Sun. Why? It’s because you get read about how his relationship with Charley began. You get to read how her light helped him survive again and again from Walker’s actions. Seeing Charley though Reyes’ eyes can make you realize and understand why Charley means so much to Reyes. So be prepared to swoon over Reyes Farrow!

Brighter Than The Sun might be a quick read but it was worth the wait so I highly recommend it since you won’t be disappointed by this novella.

 

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