- When the Earth’s rotation slowed to a crawl mankind was plunged into a harsh world of burning hot days and endless, arctic nights. Some fled to the mountains for shelter. Others took to the seas, sailing forever in the perfect gold between the night and the day; a place known as the Seventh Hour.
Liv was raised aboard a ship chasing the Seventh. She’s never seen the night, never known true cold, and when a storm destroys her home she’s on land for the first time in her life. She’s alone, surrounded by strangers and perils she couldn’t have imagined in her worst nightmares. Her only chance at survival is Grayson.
He saved her. He’s sworn to protect her. He hates her.
Old grudges run deeper than the sea, and Liv and Gray will have to overcome them together to make it to morning.
To survive the longest night.
- 5 out of five
- A bursting lemon sun
- This is one of those books that’s written so well everything else fades away in till your in the pages right there with the characters.
I loved the concept behind the seventh hour. It is unique and could possibly happen in the real world. The book was exciting, and attention grabbing. Everything flowed very smoothly together.
Liv is so strong. If I was in her shows I’s have a major freak out. Going from living on the sea since birth to being locked in a mountain underground to live like the moles would drive me mad. She handled it like a pro.
Grayson is by far my favorite. He is true to himself, never feeding his self lies and knows who is and what he is. I really liked how their relationship progresses throughout the book. It felt real and so natural.
And the tattoos saved for the one the posters marry. I loved that. So sweet and special.
I encourage you to dive into this amazing story, while I stalk the author for updates on book two. 😉