"Sabrina and the Gargoyle" was nothing like I expected. It's a complex, suspenseful tale filled with supernatural creatures of all kinds. There is a love story here, but it is deftly woven into a fascinating world and a race to save that world from an all-consuming evil. Sabrina and Mark have scorching chemistry and their love scenes are very intense.
This book has a meaty plot and there is a lot going on at once. Very interesting secondary characters add detail and richness to the story. The world building is excellent and creative. I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Fascinating at times, the overall story needs more than one book and I do hope to read more from this author. Highly recommended if you like strong paranormal characters with unusual abilities and a bumpy journey to understanding.
Sabrina knew she hadn't known her husband Mark for very long but she never thought he wasn't human until it was too late. At first she just suspects that Mark is more than he seems but soon discovers it's much worse. She's caught up in something she doesn't understand and Sabrina's not sure Mark can be trusted.
Sabrina married Mark after only knowing him for two weeks. Although he’s the man of her dreams, the man she loves more than life itself, she’s started getting strange vibes from him. Sometimes, she could swear he moves faster than the human eye can follow, and she’s sure she’s seen him change into something with wings. Could he be a vampire? A gargoyle? She tries to tell herself she’s being ridiculous, that those things don’t really exist. But when a strange being bursts through her bedroom window and kidnaps her, Sabrina is forced to admit the truth—not only are the creatures from her nightmares real, her own husband is one of them, and he married her for reasons other than love…