The maddened aren’t the only ones hiding in the shadows…
When the new vampire arrives at the base, he makes it clear I’m his new obsession.
But I’m not like the other women. I won’t cave to Brone’s charisma.
Except that now one of my friends has gone missing, and the only logical explanation for her disappearance is an unseen enemy…
Something so dangerous, no one is safe.
Brone promises to protect me, and maybe, just maybe, I want to believe him.
My mate is less forthcoming than I’d hoped, but I won’t throw in the towel just yet.
Especially after she kisses me.
When a human from inside the base goes missing, I’m even more eager to bind us together.
She is stubborn, but I’ll show her what it means to want.
I’ll show her what it means to hunger.
Uncaged Review: This book is actually the second
book in the series, the first was the prequel
was first to give you a heads up into this world.
Each book is going to center on one couple, and
then there is an overall arc running throughout.
This time it’s about Jezebel and Brone, one of the
last of the women you could see falling for one
of the vampires is Jezebel, and she doesn’t make
it easy on Brone, but he won’t give up. There is a
new threat outside the compound, and it’s not the
mad dhampirs that are the biggest threat anymore
to the human women.
This is shorter read, and I finished it in one sitting,
and there is plenty of action, and romance. I
think this book steps up even better than the first
one, and I’m definitely looking forward to book
three. This is a good original take on the vampire
genre and the world building is well thought out.
Reviewed by Cyrene