Blue Eyes at Night receives a 5-Star Review on Amazon.
‘ “Send me home,” she’d begged as I sliced her open.” ‘
These words belong to the woman with the blue eyes of the title, and they chase Aaron all the way back to the Holy Land. Plagued by his ghosts and memories of war, he seeks redemption and finds a suicide mission. Not the first man of war to reach this point, or the last. But Aaron faces more betrayal, more murder and new enemies. All the while, the blue-eyed specter of the Vestal whispers in his ears nightly: “Send me home.”
I loved Blue Eyes at Night, and can’t wait for more stories of Aaron fighting enemies in body and mind. Complex yet simple, this story will haunt you too. Start here or start with The Crusader, once you’ve read one, you’ll want to read the other.
A note on presentation: this book is extremely well presented in its Kindle edition, much more elegant than its predecessor was when I read it. It’s nice to find a Kindle original that so respects the reader.
I’ll keep the lantern lit.