The Darkest Hunger is an awesome book!
Bridon waited five hundred years for Willow. While she has been raised to believe their mating will destroy her pack. Their relationship was rocky and filled with pain as it took a while for Willow to give in to their desire that would not be denied. It was a hard reckoning when she finally realized the real truth.
There were some big revelations here as the story took an unexpected turn. Some familiar faces too, along with memorable characters that will stick in my mind. I would love to read more about them and certainly hope the series will continue.
It was a quick read that captured my interest from start to finish. It had an emotional plot with non-stop action and plenty of twists. I liked the creative world building and smooth writing style that made the story flow perfectly. I just couldn't put it down. Especially not during those steamy love scenes. Hot!
If I haven't said it before than let me say it now. You can't go wrong with this author! I would recommend this book to everyone.
Temptation is always made worse when you long for the forbidden...
Vampire King Bridon Walkyr has waited centuries for the return of his Chosen. Yet instead of the docile and fragile human he anticipates, his beloved has been reborn of the very race that wishes to destroy his kind. Unwilling to lose her a second time, he travels to the mortal realm under a guise to intercept his mate and challenge fate.
Lycae Princess Willow Miloradovic lives under the strain of a preordained destiny she has yet to commit. From the time she could conceive of right and wrong, she has been told she will bring about the downfall of her pack. For her Fated is not only her enemy, he is the very ruler of the blood drinkers they detest. Intentionally guided into the trap Bridon has placed, she has special instructions from her alpha -- kill the vampire king and sever their connection.
When Bridon and Willow clash, sparks will fly, passions will ignite, and enemies will become lovers. Unfortunately, with a killing moon on the rise, their union can signify only one thing: death.
Reissued book. Originally published with Loose-Id.