Now adults and in college, Kieran and Dillon Landry have moved past childhood whims, pursuing their futures. But Kelley can’t shake his call to the supernatural quite so easily. He spends his days working for his aunt in her pub, and his evenings still secretly investigating blood drinkers.
Kelley begins to wonder if it’s time to move on from his quest. Then Queen Edith shows up, with revelations that send his entire world—and his beliefs—into an exciting whirlwind. – Goodreads.com
This new facet of The Crimson & Clover Series is highly intriguing and I really want to see more of Kelley. He’s a completely charming character who wrongly assumes he’s the lesser triplet brother, but in this short story, he’s only beginning to understand there’s more to him, qualities he’s been unaware of his whole life, and that realization allows him to consider opportunities he never thought possible.
Dark Blessing also hints at more secrets involving the Deschanel and Sullivan families, just making me more anxious for the next book! Dark Blessing is scheduled for publication June 5, 2015.
I received a digital ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.