The Darkest Day by Britt Bury reviewed by Heather

The Darkest Day by Britt BuryTitle: The Darkest Day
Author: Britt Bury
Release Date: July 3, 2012
Publisher: Forever
Pages: 288
Source: personal copy

Kelvin Kerr made a vow years ago that he would avenge the death of his father. He would kill the Campbell heir if it was the last thing he did. When he made this vow, he thought that the Campbell heir would be a son. He had no idea that it would be Izel Campbell, the last human on Earth and the woman bound and determined to drive him crazy.

What can I say about this book? So many good things. The amount of UST (unresolved sexual tension) in this book is off the freaking charts. After reading one particular scene, even while in the privacy of my own home, I found my cheeks to be blazing and began fanning myself. Yes, it’s that hot.

The accent that Kelvin speaks with in this book gets my motor racing as well. I don’t know about you, but for some reason when a character has an accent, I like to read the words with the accent in my head. I don’t know, call me crazy.

Kelvin is the typical alpha male. He protects Izel from anything that can harm her, even himself. He fights his desire to be with her with all that he has, but when he can finally hold out no more, he rocks her world.

Izel isn’t the usual helpless female. She gives Kelvin a run for his money in the protection department. She feels just as protective of him and shows it.

If you liked the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward I really think that you will enjoy this book. The pull that was between Kelvin and Izel reminded me a lot of the pull between the brothers and their women. The Darkest Day is the first book in a series that looks to be just as hot the BDB.

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