Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Bitten By Deceit 18 +

The following review is for 18+ readers.
Bitten By Deceit
3 of 5 stars false
Alpha wolf Emma Parker is loyal to a fault, even if it means losing the love of her life when he’s ousted from the pack. She’s never stopped needing him, and when a black witch curses the pack, she wonders if she’ll even survive. It’s a poison of the blood, and with each bite, the virus spreads, leaving the infected rabid and under the control of an evil Alpha.
Kyle Benton is starting over. He’s a lone wolf, betrayed by the only woman he’s ever loved. Until Emma barges back into his life, as gorgeous and determined as ever. He’s hell bent on resisting her, or at least making her suffer. But she needs him in a way that touches him to his very soul. Now he has to determine how to set her free, and if he can, how he can ever let her go


***I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review***
This is a short story. So I have rated it as a short story, not as a full length well developed novel.
As a short story goes this one was quite good.
Emma is in trouble, her pack leader has gone crazy the pack has fallen, taken over my Liam and his sickness. The only person who could help her, her mate Kyle, is long gone, betrayed by her and his pack.
But when Liam gets his followers to hold her down while he bites her, infecting her with some sort of zombie curse, enough is enough. She knows she is going to have to swallow her pride and get help.
After a year of soul searching , Kyle is pretty happy to have seen the back end of his pack after they kicked him out of the pack. What he still can't get over is Emma's betrayal, so when she shows up asking for his help all he wants is to walk away...but old feelings kick in and he finds himself protecting her once more
I liked the different twist on the supernatural werewolf theme in this book. What is better than werewolves? Freaky Zombie, witch cursed werewolves, that's what!! Everything moved along really fast in this book, leaving know time to get bored or wonder what would happen next.
The characters were interesting,I loved how through protecting Emma,Kyle and her got a second chance at their relationship, however, I would have loved a little bit more background to their relationship, to make it a bit more believable to me, but alas, it is a short :)
For a book of this size it was pretty good. Enjoyable if you have an hour or so on a lazy afternoon.
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