Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Although Tristan has successfully completed his assignment at the hotel he has yet to inform the owner so he can still enjoy spending time with Jarek the incubus that he is beginning to want a future with.
Tristan knows it is time to leave and he is hopeful that Jarek will agree to leave with him but would he want to give up staying on the premises seducing visitors and feeding on their sexual energy? When he finally brings it up to Jarek he is shocked to discover that he has a contract with the owner for a year and a day and both he and the owner are bound by it, the only alternative for Tristan is to approach the owner and ask him to let Jarek out of the contract but once again why would he give up such a popular attraction for his hotel.
When Tristan asks about the contract and offers his expertise as a magician the owner informs him he has no need for magic but he has an offer, if he helps someone else he would in turn be helping him and that is when he sets up an appointment with Ambrosius Schwarzenstein an art and antique dealer.
Schwarzenstein is interested in purchasing a home, a home where the previous owner died and the rumor is that he died from fright. Is there something wrong with the house or was it just something that was directed at the owner. It doesn’t take long for Tristan to discover the problem and he is offered a job with good pay requiring him to work only for Schwarzenstein and to remain at his disposal for one year and a day, it was an offer he accepted and now he had to explain to Jarek that they would remain in Prague if Jarek agreed to stay with him.
Getting Jarek out of his contract was not a simple thing to do even though the owner was willing; a new contract was required, a new contract locking Jarek in for another full year and a day.
I am going to finish this review because I am very anxious to pick up book three and continue to find out what happens between the Tristan and Jarek which will no doubt be just as interesting as the first and second book were. Since book two picks up where book one ends I highly recommend reading this series in order.