Title: The Beast Within (Conversion #5)
Author: S.C. Stephens
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy
Publication Date: December 14, 2017
Nika Adams has had a challenging year. She gave her heart to Hunter Evans, only to have him break it. But Nika refuses to give up hope. Not when there’s a chance she can save her true-love—even if she must save him from himself.
Julian Adams finally knows what he wants, and is truly happy. But when he gets mixed up in Nika’s suicide mission to save her wayward boyfriend, he begins to wonder if his dream girl can handle the dangerous life that comes with being an Adams.
Here’s the truth.. I cried.. Literally cried when I got the ARC of this book. I blame hormones and also the fact that I love this author’s work. The Thoughtless series? Hands down my favourite series in the world! But the Conversion series was what made me fall in love with her writing. It has been 7 years since the first book from the series- conversion was published and might I say that I have been a loyal reader.
This Adams family will always be favoured my me over the other Addams Family (Cartoon). Here’s the truth, Teren and Emma are everything we wish we were and their adorable twins Nika and Julian stole our hearts since the publication of ‘‘Til Death‘.
After the ending of The Next Generation, I was restless! I needed to know what was going to happen to this family. I needed to know what was going to happen with Nika and Julian’s love life… The Beast Within did not disappoint!
This book is filled with such sweet young-love yet still has plenty of suspense, frustration, heartbreak and drama. It has been hooked from the get-go and turned me into an obsessive reader who just couldn’t get enough. I will say this, The last 30% of the book broke my heart. *This is where I cried again*. I feel like I grew up with these characters and… Bottom line…I don’t like change. I knew something was bound to happen but not this way!
I simply adored this book and I can’t wait to get my hands on Family is Forever (Conversion #6)!
If you haven’t read the Next Generation, Might I suggest you do? You wont understand the gravity of the book if you don’t. Trust me.