1348, is a dark time in France. The
Plague is sweeping through Europe and thousands are perishing.
Darelle has an escape. She has a dream lover. During the past
year, he has invaded her mind and her body, bringing her such
ecstasy as no unmarried young woman should know. Is she
damned, impure, a devil's plaything? She is none of those.
She has been chosen by a darkly handsome vampire to be his for
The plague, or le peste, sweeps through
Darelle's village, leaving her family dead and her dying. This
is not acceptable to Valmont Lascaux, her dream lover. He
takes Darelle to his castle where he brings her over. But to
his surprise, Darelle becomes a Les Coeurs Éternels. Her heart
still beats, she still has her soul, and daylight doesn't harm
Twins Gareth and Kane Princelli are Les
Coeurs Éternels Guardians. It is their job to protect Darelle
and to fulfill all her desires. For Darelle is also prophesied
to be the new priestess of their clan. Darelle is thrust into
a world she never knew existed, with unimaginable carnal
delights bestowed on her by her twin guardians. The brothers
know that Lascaux's fixation with Darelle will not allow him
to give her up easily. They will have the fight of their long
lives to keep her with them forever.
Darelle's Trinityhas passion and
tenderness as well as unconditional and unconventional love. I
don't read many books in the historical genre, but I had read
this author previously. I was not disappointed. Sedonia
Guillone's characters have depth, sensitivity, and are very
sensual. The chemistry between the three is at times erotic
and achingly tender. The time period was woven throughout
the story but in no way distracted me from the relationships
of the characters. I will have to check out her other
historicals. If they are as good as Darelle's Trinity,
I know I won't be disappointed by them either.