Longed-For Hunger

Book three in the Ra's Chosen series.

When Denger finds his mate all he can think about is her. Nyx is a beautiful woman that steals Denger’s heart without even trying. Nyx finds herself drawn to Denger like no other man before. Can Denger figure out how to woo and finally explain to Nyx just what he is before time runs out?

This was a sweet and endearing story. Nyx may be cautious but she is one feisty woman and when she knows what she wants there is no stopping her. Denger is a wonderful man. Fierce and loyal to those he cares about. He is thrown for a loop when he meets Nyx. Their relationship was a wonderful read.

Although this book is part of a series you can read it without being lost but it is a good idea to read the others in the series so that you can enjoy the whole effect of the book. You not only meet Nyx in this book but you revisit the other found mates as well.

Marisa Chenery does a great job of bringing the reader in to the magical world of Ra’s chosen and keeping you entertained until the end, making this a book that should not be missed.

Book Blurb for Longed-For Hunger

Denger is a hunter, spending his nights on the streets of Phoenix fighting the undead who threaten unknowing humans. It’s in his blood. It’s what he knows. But a new knowledge has taken hold. Like other warriors before him, he must hunt for a different kind of prey altogether. His mate. Once he finds her, nothing will keep him from claiming what is his. Nothing but her, that is.

After the death of her husband three years ago, Nyx is content to spend her evenings at home, wrapped up in the vampire romance novels she loves. But when she collides, literally, with a man who could have stepped out of the pages of one of her books, she begins to think living her love life through romantic tales may not be the way to go. But as with any good story, there’s a plot twist. Once she discovers Denger’s true nature, she must decide if she can risk her heart and live a life where truth is stranger than fiction.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2010 4.50