The moment a bunch of men with guns kicked in the doors of her house, eighteen-year-old Avery Morgan knew her estranged father's gambling addiction had finally caught up to her family in the worst way. On the brink of doing something unspeakable to save her little sister from being taken, she is interrupted by the sudden arrival of Darrien Stathos, a business mogul whose true persona is rumored to be the lord of the criminal underworld known as Kairos. Darrien announces that he is also there to collect on a contract with Avery's father - for Avery.
As she struggles with the reality of being the property of an alleged crime lord and the constant harassment of two FBI agents, several disturbing observations about Darrien's eyes and the frightening, inexplicable ways he stops a couple of would-be assassins make Avery rethink her initial dismissal of some of the more outlandish gossip that questioned his humanity.
Add to that learning a disturbing and dangerous truth about herself, and Avery is ready to break, especially when the truth of Darrien's identity is something that will shatter the very foundation of her understanding of reality.
This is an interesting look at the character Avery and the crap that seems to be constantly throw at this poor girl and how she deals with it. C. G. does a good job at shaping the character of Avery- totally important since the story is based on her.
The other characters that she throws into the mix are interesting as well. So is the entire onslaught of craptastic things that happen to her. C. G. let her imagination run while and take over the story here.
The story can fall into the realm of little verbose at times, but I think all of us writers that go for more detail instead of less walk that very narrow edge of just the right amount. Overall she does a good job on staying on the right side. :)
It does have a touch of erotic elements to it, so look out if you're trying to avoid that. It's also a paranormal-y... sci-fi-y book. LOL. Don't you love books that bring so much awesome that you can't just slim it down to one?
Check it out if you like that stuff, it's an interesting read to say the least.
C.G. Garcia lives in a small West Texas town whose claim to fame is having the world's largest Rattlesnake Round-up. She has a degree in computer science, but due to life's twisted sense of humor, ended up working in a pharmacy. A lifelong lover of all things fantasy and science fiction, The Supreme Moment is her debut novel.
To learn more about upcoming titles, ask questions, or just to chat, visit her blog at http://CGGarciaAuthor.blogspot.com