Lacey and Lethal

Lacey is living on memories and the desire for revenge. She’s a young woman who has suppressed herself to carry out her vow to kill those who took her sister from her. But the creature who killed her sister isn’t a representative of the whole species, just as humans are all unique. When she and her group of hunters secure Lethal to be assassinated, she finally has her eyes opened. But is it folly to trust her prisoner?

Lethal can’t believe he’s been subdued by a group of humans, and is at the mercy of a slip of a girl. But she’s not a girl, not really; she’s all woman. And he finds himself wanting her and staying around when he could have escaped to help her and protect her. Even from herself.

I hesitate to call a 200 hundred-year-old man cute but that’s how Lethal struck me after he was struck by Lacey. It’s helpful if you’ve read the preceding stories as it gives background information, but Lacey and Lethal can stand on their own. As Lacey and Lethal fall for one another Lacey has to face some harsh truths about the life she’s been living and the group she’s been spending time with. This was a good read with both an alpha male and a woman who wasn’t afraid to do what needed to be done, but not so stubborn as to not see another way to achieve her goals.


Book Blurb for Lacey and Lethal

Set in the same world as Scarred and Kilt and Mine to Chase.

Lacey hunts vampires—vile monsters who leave death and shattered lives in their wake. They murdered her sister and she wants revenge. Until she captures a big, sexy, blue-eyed vamp, and the strong attraction she feels contradicts everything she’s become. But she can’t resist getting closer. Just looking at him makes her mouth water and her thighs clench.

Lethal can’t believe the little lass got the better of him. He’s been drugged and chained, but he’s more insulted than concerned. She’s bold, fearless, as she straddles his hips and threatens to use his body, teach him how it feels to be taken without consent. Now he’s intrigued and eager to get her out of her clothes. She swears he’s the enemy, but he’s determined to be her lover.

A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2013 4.00