A View to a Kill

King of Prey, #2

A trained assassin, Sachin gave up his mate and left her in ignorant bliss of what he is besides she wasn’t supposed to be human and she sure wasn’t supposed to agree to marry another man in this riveting erotic paranormal romance.

The strong compelling characters grab the reader’s attention and the fascinating world holds them captive with suspense and passion. Sachin isn’t supposed to find his mate among the humans on Earth and the readers can’t help but get caught up in the story as he tries to stay away from Paige but their attraction burns through even worlds apart and he must return.

The well written scenes and details capture the imagination and spine tingling danger threatens Paige adding spice to the story along with the red hot passion of their relationship.

The story is enjoyable and entertaining even though it is over entirely too quickly although that might be a good thing since I couldn’t put it down until I had read every last word.


Book Blurb for A View to a Kill

A trained assassin…a man even the deadliest of warriors fear. To cross him is foolish. To steal his heart is pure madness.

Sachin, head advisor to the king of the Accipitridae realm, has been forced to put his trips to Earth on hold. He’s not been honest with himself or King Kabril about his need to visit the primitive planet. The king thinks him to be a womanizer, out to bed as many human females as possible.

In truth, a woman he should have been able to woo with little to no effort—his mate—has found someone else to fill that void in her life. She wasn’t supposed to be on Earth. She wasn’t supposed to be human. And she sure the hell wasn’t supposed to agree to marry another man while Sachin was away.

Sachin must make a choice, give up the one woman he knows to be his true mate and let her live in ignorant bliss of what walks among her people, or fight for what’s his, taking it at all costs. A trained assassin…a man even the deadliest of warriors fear. To cross him is foolish. To steal his heart is pure madness.


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2014 4.00