Dark Diary (Dark Diary, #1)
by P. Anastasia
Worlds collide when a young woman with a dark past
encounters a young man with an even darker one. More
human than vampire, Dark Diary is a quaint, sophisticated
romance detailing the accounts of two lovers who have paid
the ultimate price... Forbidden romance in the vein of
classics like Wuthering Heights, frosted with the seductive
allure of the original Dark Shadows, Dark Diary documents
a pair torn apart by time. The story is told by a 400-year-old
immortal and a 21-year-old modern-day artist.
He's haunted by guilt over the passing of a friend and
lover--the daughter of an English Baron in 17th century
She's tormented nightly by visions of her own untimely death.
Together, they find solace by sharing secrets beneath the
light of the moon.
From the author of the Fluorescence Series, this timeless,
genre-crossing love story with supernatural undertones, will
capture your heart and never let go.
Well this book was a delight to read. It is written from both
POV of Kathera and Matheya. She starts a little toward the
end and then they tell the story from the beginning. I have
to say even with knowing they end up together at the end
did not take away from the story.
Matheya has been in love with his Kathryn since he was
a very young boy in the 1600’s. But they were ripped apart
way to soon, and he vowed he would love no one ever again.
That is until he meets Kathera she is an odd girl who gains
comfort from siting in the cemetery at night, talking to her
dead mother’s grave. She has had it rough since that day.
And no one is going to keep her from her solitude, not
even Matheya who she should be afraid of. She instantly
feel a drawn to him and him to her, but neither of them is able to put together what that is. Hope they figure it out soon, because now Matheya’s sire wants her dead and he
is not sure of what to do. He has tried to stay away from her
but that does not seem to be working. They will have to find
a way back to one another before time runs out.
Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you
enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book,
please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it
when you do; they value your opinions too.
With character origins tracing back to the late nineties, Dark
Diary was the creative leap that sent P. Anastasia
plummeting into the literary rabbit hole for good. One of her prized accomplishments, the novel resonates with darkness
and passion—the embodiment of her unique storytelling style.
Author of the science fiction tetralogy, Fluorescence, she is
no stranger to writing. Drawn to the craft in childhood, she
began attempting to produce her first book at age 11.
While working toward her college degree, she wrote news
and editorial columns for two campus newspapers. After
graduating with a degree in Communications and spending
a year studying abroad in Kofu, Japan, she followed her
heart to her publishing aspirations. On the side, she enjoys
serving as a professional voice talent for radio, television,
and audio books