I found “The Summoning” quite an interesting tale. It’s a paranormal romance read with shapeshifters, myth, magic, demons and witches. It will take the reader on an exciting ride to Jamaica.
Heather Morique didn't know all the mystery that surrounded her husband Jahill before his death. Now Heather’s son Ariel and her husband Jahill (an Arawak Indian) have died. She finds herself in Jamaica where she will meet up with her husband's folks and the ancient gods they worship.
Eyrael is the God of Wind and Sea. His brother is Sofiel, the God of Fire and Earth. How will these two gods become so important to Heather?
It was very interesting to see these gods shift between god and animal. Eyrael is a horse and Sofiel is a bull. A shaman developed a plan to have the brother fight against each other hoping to obtain one deity for the Arawaks to worship. We soon find out that Heather is something she didn't even know she was. She's a witch. Heather starts to learn her magical skills as she helps Eyrael. He has to confront Sofiel and the shaman! Readers are in for quite a battle for control. Who will win out in the end? Be ready for many adventures and vivid descriptions of Jamaica. The author really brings it to life and into full vivid color.
Many questions will be brought to the front of your mind. Who will make it out of this battle? What will happen as Heather and Eyrael connect. They are very "unlikely soul mates". But sometimes that is the best place to start a romance.
To get it all you will just have to pick up "The Summoning". The author really delivers this tale well. You get very interesting characters and a story that will have you reading every page.
Heather Morique is a witch. The problem is she doesn’t know it. One month after losing her infant son, her husband Jahill and his mistress perish in an accident. He was a refugee from an obscure branch of the Arawak Indians, and soon after his death, mysterious whispers lure her to his homeland. She soon finds herself in a web of secrets, lies and illusions.
Jahill’s obscure branch of the Arawaks worship two gods: Eyrael, a spirit from another dimension, is their God of Wind and Sea. His brother Sofiel is the God of Fire and Earth. The powerful new Shaman has pitted brother against brother, and these two powerful spirits—one light, one dark—battle to remain the tribe’s ruling deity.
When Heather unwittingly summons Eyrael, these two unlikely soul mates face a dangerous fate. More frightening than the buried secrets, Heather and Eyrael discover the chemistry between them almost irresistible.