~Review Blitz~ Five Star Review: Origin by Dylan Quinn

Title: Origin
Author: Dylan Quinn
Genre: NA Urban Fantasy Romance
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR

One Sacrifice can save humanity.

So can one heartbeat. One kiss. One touch. I didn't save my Gemini's soul the night I rescued him from the dark realm. Cade Adams saved mine.

One kill can change everything.

Since I eradicated the worlds most dangerous demon, the Fallen factions are out for blood, and their target is my family: Genesis--the Origin of humanity. The only way to protect my legacy against an ancient prophecy threatening to take me out is to resume my reign as Chayah, Eternal Mother. But I can't remember her. My own secrets are buried so deep, even I can't reach them.

One secret could destroy us all.

Thousands of years loving Cade and five lifetimes leading Genesis are lost to me. While I've been away fighting to remember my own life, my family's been fighting each other. Our own demons just may destroy humanity's only defense against the darkness before the Eternal war has even begun.

Sometimes the most dangerous battle is the war within ourselves.

I completely fell for Zoe and Cade's character in Gemini and couldn't wait to see what awaited them in Origin. So much happened in Origin I dont know where to begin, Zoe has grown so much since we first met her in Gemini. Zoe is a total bad ass and is determined to protect those she loves at all cost. Cade still has the readers swooning, there is so much drama and excitement happening in Origin but his love for Zoe never falters. I absolutely love these characters and so many more are introduced to us and we see other sides of characters that make you want so much more. Things are unveiled and so much more needs to be answered, I cant wait for book three as I know it will be just as phenomenal as the first two books. Dylan Quinn's writing style is so unique she draws you in, thirsting for more and keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire book.

Since sneak reading her first big girl romance at the age of eleven, Dylan's been addicted to Happily Ever Afters. Playing pretend with swoon-worthy book boyfriends and their strong leading ladies often keeps Dylan sleep deprived, though she seldom complains about dreaming in dialogue.

With juxtaposed interests, Dylan writes it all ~ Character driven romance in NA, YA and adult, from sticky sweet to taboo heat ~ Urban Fantasy to Contemporary Romance and Romantic Suspense. Nothing's off limits.

When she's not writing guilty pleasures, Dylan plays stage mom to her daydreamer offspring in the Midwest. This Music fangirl goes nowhere without her beats and playlists. She has an affinity for Moscato and chocolate-covered strawberries. Dreams of singing on the Voice with Adam and Christina, and fantasizes about getting trapped in Mystic Falls with Damon Salvatore.

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My official Genesis title resonated through Cade’s bare chest, his voice like silk. Low. Sensual. He’d removed his shirt and shoes, and now stood barefoot behind me, nothing but a pair of tight jeans showing off every asset.
“I’ve missed you,” he whispered. “My body has missed you.”
He left light kisses along my neck, sending goose bumps rising across my sensitive skin.
My pulse sped up, and my body shook.
This is really happening.
“Come.” Cade took my hand and led me back inside, past our bedroom, to an adjoining bathroom. It was the size of Cade’s front room in Chicago. A huge tub stood in the corner.
Cade went to set up the bath, while I leaned against the doorframe, trying to keep my knees from giving out.
“Are you feeling all right?” He returned to me, skimming his hand across my cheek. “Your skin is pale.”
I couldn’t get out any words.
“Chayah.” He brushed my hair over my shoulders and cupped my cheeks. “Don’t be afraid. I promise not to rush you. We have Eternity, love. When you’re ready…”
“Oh, I’m ready,” I mumbled a little louder than I meant to. My eyes grew wide, and I pressed my lips together.       
Cade narrowed his eyes, showing off that sexy crooked smile. “There you are.”
“So, there’s like—” My eyes darted through the room. “No time limit for us to, um.” I swallowed. “You know.”
“Not at all. The Ceremony has begun the Convergence, and it cannot be broken. We must merge physically, but we have as long as you need.” He tilted my chin, running his thumb along my bottom lip. “You’ve spent the past three months worrying about me. Tonight is about you, love. Let me care for you.”
The knot in my chest loosened. A little. Nervous energy pushed through each limb of this new body I’d recently inherited.
For the first time in my life, I trusted someone completely.
I trusted Cade with my heart and my soul.
And tonight, with my body.
I was ready to give myself to him, in every way a girl could.
“This may sound weird, since the night hasn’t really started, but—” I bit my lip. “I don’t want it to end.”
Cade’s breathing became heavy as the aura surrounding him fired to life. The corners of his lips curved up, and his gaze burned into me.
“For now, my love, it is the still of night. And night it shall remain. For as long as you wish.”
He tilted my chin, leaving a soft, sensual kiss to my lips.
“Tonight is ours.” He leaned closer, running his thumb across my bottom lip. “And for this night—time stands still.”