/ Arc Review / Opaque Melodies (Coveting Delirium #1) / Natalie Bennett / – Beckie Bookworm


Release Date-January 30th 2020 
Genre-Dark Romance
Kindle Edition-162 Pages

Alaric Schuyler.
Enigmatic, cocky, and my new brother-in-law.

He had cerulean blue eyes and a smile so beautifully devious it could entice the devil to do his bidding.

We were never supposed to happen.
One night changed everything, tying him and me together in a sordid twist of fate, trapping me in his dark, chaotic world.

The lucid dreams and sick fantasies followed.

He became the star of my nightmares, always lurking in the shadows, awakening dormant demons one esoteric melody at a time.

I became his muse, a part of everything he did.

He would be the death of me.
And in the end, I wanted nothing more.


*** Contains graphic language, frequent graphic sex, explicit scenes of horror, and very dark themes.*** 


Opaque Melodies by Natalie Bennett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So yeh this one was good and I’m going to keep it, vague folks. This is typical Natalie style in such it’s twisted and brutal and all sorts of unapologetic insanity and got to say enjoyed this one a lot and I am really looking forward to the next part in this series. I think this is a duet and this is the first book, it’s not massively long taking me a couple of hours to read. This gripped me almost instantly and I adored the whole mysterious vibe this gave of. The story stripped back is Catalina’s sister Meg has died and her new charismatic brother in law Alaric Schuyler who she has never met has invited her down to go through her sister’s belongings. Throw in hidden agendas a lack of conscience and a big dose of insanity and what we have here from this authors twisted imagination is Opaque Melodies. I still am not quite sure what the hell is going on here but frankly, that just made this all the more intriguing and also kept me turning the pages. This one gets a thumbs up from me.

I voluntary reviewed a copy of Opaque Melodies (Coveting Delirium #1).