Review by Gloria Lakritz
Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild
It has taken me a bit to start the second book of this series. Omorphi book one was a horrible eye opener to what brutality is brought against our young with sexual slavery.
We who have children and grand children and our only worry is good marks for college and weddings and proms are a far cry to this world that actually exists Here and Now.
Our author is a crusader, a healer, a mentor, a teacher in these stories showing us the worst of humanity. But the story here must be told and I commend him, in the telling thru this series.
We follow a group of high schoolers who are like any group in USA. Michael and Jake are best friends, both popular in sports. It is not until Michael ‘comes out’ and meets Christy are their eyes opened to the horrors of Christy’s world.
In Tharros Michael and Christy’s lives have started to blossom, Michael and Christy are committed to each other. Jake is dating Christy’s cousin Sophia. Their group is planning for prom, there will be a trial now that the Greek families have been apprehended both in America and Greece. Hold on….with our author there is always something going on !
We watch the growth of Christy, being able to have a say in his life without fear, punishment, rape. The nightmares are slowly disappearing and then again more violence happens to upend their lives.
Mr. Kennedy these books are a gift. Your words, descriptions of the team working to help these children teaches us ….your commitment to telling this as friend, doctor, lawyer,lover is incredible…..
I have just purchased Elpida #3 and my hope is Christy’s friend Thimi who they have discovered is alive is going to survive as well….He is so fragile.