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Reviewed by Stephanie Chapman for Readers' Favorite
The setting of River Of Harmony is a unique place called Insanity. Lena Moore opens the story with Harmony presenting herself to River. Inside the BDSM club, River is a dominant man. He desires the submissive Harmony, but he has to battle with an inner demon. Amon is the violent alter persona that he constantly tries to suppress. Afraid that he could harm the fragile mental state of Harmony, he rejects her. Harmony still feels a connection, and she decides to be defiant towards River. Meanwhile, something sinister is beginning to grow as the other members of the club become aware of the attraction of River to Harmony. In a bold move to put distance between them, Harmony exits the club to go for a run. While running, Harmony senses something. When she looks over her shoulder, she discovers someone is in hot pursuit.
The beginning of this book caught me off guard. The intensity of emotions Lena Moore gives the characters is immediately clear. River Of Harmony is fast-paced and full of suspense, yet romance and power struggles flow through every character interaction. The explicit scenes are written from the feelings of the participants instead of detailing the physical actions. I enjoyed the dialogue that brings depth to every character so that I could envision the story development. I felt frustrated with River and wanted to yell at him to quit ignoring the obvious. Harmony's bratty attitude made me want to tell her she should appreciate her easy life. Who is chasing Harmony? Can River keep Amon in check? Read this story and future editions that Moore creates in this series. I know I am looking forward to the next book.