and disfigured by flames that destroyed his home, Erik du
Sable lives in seclusion with just his devoted servant
Marcus to nurse him back to health. For five years, Erik
hid himself away from the woman he loved. Now he wants his
life and the love of his life Kasare Montez back. But Erik
fears that whomever set out to destroy him five years ago
may return to finish the job and hurt Kasare in the process.
has mourned Erik for the past five years. She’s tried her
best to move on, but her heart and soul belong to Erik.
Phantom Desires is pretty good. It has multiple
subplots and very intriguing characters. I’ve never seen
Phantom of the Opera, for which I assume this story is
loosely based, but after reading this, I’m sure I would
enjoy it. Although Erik and Kasare are the main focus of
the story, I found myself more drawn to Marcus, Tippy, and
James. I found their characters interesting, especially
Marcus. Gabrina Garza did a great job with this story and
she definitely knows how to create a villain, too. Jean Luc
Honore was one nasty character. Phantom Desires
has rekindled and unrequited love, romance, mystery,
suspense, and erotic passion adding to the sheer goodness of
the story to make it a very intriguing read.