Review for Zenith by Amity Cross
Series: The Thornfield Affair #3
Author: Amity Cross
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 6, 2016
After reuniting with her lover, Jane Doe thought she finally found her place in life.
She has a name, a family and a declaration of love from the enigmatic Edward Rochester, but in a single moment of violence, everything is destroyed. In the aftermath, she’s has no choice but to flee Thornfield if she hopes to save herself from the same darkness that has claimed him.
Alone and afraid, Jane turns to the only person she knows can help, John Rivers. He gladly offers her refuge at his art studio and it is here she hopes to find the way forward into a new life… but Thornfield and the secrets it holds are not done with her yet, and neither is Edward Rochester.
When she comes face to face with the woman who orchestrated her attempted murder, Jane is torn apart by revenge yet again. She’s trapped in a game she does not understand and it’s only the love of the man who wronged her that will save her from making the most fatal mistake of all.
Before all is said and done, Jane must face her feelings and ask herself the ultimate question if she hopes to survive.
Is love enough?
From International Bestselling author Amity Cross, comes Zenith, the third and final novel of The Thornfield Affair, a modern reimagining of Charlotte Brontë’s classic Jane Eyre.
Amity Cross' "Zenith" is the third tale in The Thornfield Affair series. Jane Doe goes back to Thornfield and Edward until Edward's past comes back to haunt them both when a fire is started and it burns down the hotel. Luckily everyone gets out, all but the woman he locks away in the tower because she's gone off the deep end. Jane realizes that she needs to leave what's left of Thronfield and Edward. They are bad luck to her. She runs to London and her friend, painter John Rivers, who takes her in and gives her somewhere to hide. He wants her for himself and he talks her into sitting for him as his muse. She wants revenge on the woman who set all this chaos in motion. When she sees her and her sister in London she follows them, she wants to get to know the enemy. What she doesn't know is that her enemy has help, but she doesn't know it's her own flesh and blood, even though she doesn't know she's helping the enemy. Can Jane overcome the hell she's lived most of her life? Or will she overcome this like all the other things she's gone through? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Kim's Review of #1:
Amity Cross' "Euphoria" is the first tale in The Thornfield Affair series. Jane Doe is an orphaned woman without even her real name. She grew up in a reform school since the age of 8 and has worked for what little she has. She gets work at Thornfield, an English manor and hotel in the English countryside. One night she walks to the village nearby and causes a man to slide on black ice, hurting himself and turning his motorcycle on it's side. That night changes everything. Follow Jane as the live at the manor and tries to make the hotel successful. This book is a MUST READ!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Kim's Review of #2:
Amity Cross' "Paradox" is the second tale in The Thornfield Affair series. Jane Doe is sick and tired of the secrets being kept from her at Thronfield. After the confrontation in the moor Edward leaves Thronfield for Paris and Jane goes back to the manor to prepare for the artist retreat. What are the secrets that everyone is keeping from her? What happens when her past comes back knocking? What happens when things are revealed that she never saw coming? Find out this and more in this awesome read!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Amity Cross is the International Bestselling author of wicked stories about rock stars looking for redemption, gritty romances featuring MMA fighters and dark tales of forbidden romance. She loves to write about screwed up relationships and kick ass female leads that don’t take s**t lying down.
Amity lives in a leafy country town near Melbourne, Australia and can be found chained to her desk, held at ransom by her characters.
Don’t send help. She likes it.