There is one known amongst men and the supernatural alike that you don’t f**k with; unless it’s on his terms.
His name is Gage Crosse and he’s the best damn Journeyman around.
These are his adventures.
Author Note: The book is not a standalone; the series is written with one overarching plot; each book is like an episode of a TV miniseries. Seal of Solomon, Journeyman #2, expected October 2016.
I love Paranormal Romance. This is my go to genre so I was really excited about reading this book. I must say it’s been awhile since I’ve read in third person omniscient point of view. It took a few chapters to get readjusted to it but after that the story seemed to shift better from each characters point of view. I’ll admit that I had to read a few parts over again because I wasn’t sure which character was thinking/saying what.
You are thrown into this story at the very beginning. There’s plenty of action from start to finish, which for me is very important when it comes to PNR. There are plenty of twists. Golden also included a lot of detail and depth in this world that he created. Once the pace picked up, I found the idea behind the story to be very interesting.
There was nothing slow about it yet that made parts of the story a little confusing and at times messed up the flow. I didn’t feel the connection between Adrienne and Gage. There was a physical chemistry that I can’t deny but I didn’t feel the romance. They’ve already spent some time together so they have already built up these feelings towards each other that they haven’t acted on, which is fine but like the rest of the story, we’re thrown into them being together. There was no real build up to the “relationship”, they weren’t together and then they were. No real in between phase, that I tend to see as a reader. And I get it, there isn’t much time to date when you’re fighting demons but it would have been nice to see a more emotional connection between the two.
Overall though, I thought this was a pretty good read for a debut novel. I’m interested to see how the journey unfolds.
Golden Czermak began as an internationally published modeling/fitness photographer and eventually began working as a book cover model as well.
Having been in the industry for at least four years, he has interfaced and networked with countless authors and other clients. As part of his work as a photographer, he worked with them to create book cover images – now numbering well over 250.
Learning the ins and out of the book world, along with being an avid reader and storyteller himself, Golden finally decided to write and publish his first book, Homeward Bound, in 2016.