|Into His Dark
|The Cimarron Series #1
|February 3rd 2015
|USA Today Bestseller Angel Payne unveils the first full-length novel of a sensuous new series, set in a land of breathtaking beauty…hiding a world of dark and illicit desires.
They’re the mysterious, magnetic ruling family of the most secretive kingdom on earth: the Island of Arcadia.
No Westerners have ever been allowed inside Arcadia’s borders…until now.
Book 1 is INTO HIS DARK…
A new adventure…
Camellia “Cam” Saxon struggles not to pinch herself. Is she really here, as a guest in the castle of the world’s most mysterious royal family, working on the only western
film crew allowed on the island of Arcadia? A year ago, she was the girl who finished college with a sigh instead of a bang, moving on to a safe job and a steady suburban routine without a blink.
Until she receives a call from a film graduate buddy that will change everything.
A dangerous desire…
As an Arcadian alone, Evrest must be thrust onto Cam’s don’t-even-go-there column. As the leader of the kingdom, he must also be the face on her delete key–a fantasy never to be fed…ever.
A journey to the forbidden…
It’s the most incredible night of her life. The most perfect man she’s known. The most flawless fit for her soul.
A mistake she can never make again.
My first thoughts about Into His Dark (The Cimarron Series #1) by Angel Payne were, that it felt like something out ouf a fairytale. A little touch of mystery, a little Beauty and the Beast, adding a touch of Hollywood and all of this in the setting of an island. So yes this is a great summer holiday novel
Think the opulence of historical romance but its contemporary (even if you sometimes wonder how that can be – given the storyline). Think Wizzard of Oz without the red shoes. Think Phantom of the Opera without the music. Gosh I have so many thoughts swirling in my mind. This is such a different book from others. I would not even know with what kind of novel to compare it.
In any normal case I might have been annoyed with the slow pace and writing style but with this storyline it worked beautifully