Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Everlasting Hunger

Everlasting Hunger 
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Temptation, thy name is Ian Lochlan.

That was the thought running through Ellie Dawson's head when her boss offered to escort her to a local vampire bar. Who would suspect that it was owned by him and that he would be the one to introduce her to all the pleasures of a vampire's kiss?

Passion is a different beast when vampires are involved and Ellie faces love from two very sensual creatures. Tragedy strikes and Ian relinquishes her into the arms of his best friend - Jasper. Ellie struggles with the feelings aroused in her by both men but she knows nothing can stop the Hunger.

Can she survive loving two men and the past that continues to haunt her?


****I received a copy of this book for my honest review****
Ellie Dawson, head of human recourses at Loclan Medical and abuse survivor, is ready to put her past behind her and move on, even if it's with Mr. Right Now. When the girls at the hospital talk her into a friday night at a vampire bar she thinks this may be the perfect opportunity to find some fun. Ian Loclan has had his eyes on Ellie for a year now, he thinks she may be the one who tames the Hunger he's fought for centuries, his mate. When he overhears the girls talk about going to Everlasting, a vampire bar owned by his dear friend Jasper, he intervenes and makes sure Ellie is going alone so he can swoop in and be the one to take her and open her eyes to his world. Neither of them bargained for the bumps along the way, or what the one night would lead to.
Everlasting Hunger and I didn't mesh as well as I'd hoped. It all felt sorta cliche  a bit underdeveloped at times, almost like every girl's stereotypical fantasy brought to life. The characters themselves were attractive and likeable enough but didn't posses anything for them to leave more than a passing mark on the reader. I would have been interested in learning more about them but their dialogue was choppy and a little ridiculous at times leaving me wanting. There was a lot of sex, including "swinging" so to speak, sharing mates and multiple partners. It was sexy but I felt disappointed with all the build up then it happened and instead of an epic finish, it was just over, sometimes making you re-read a line. I do think that there is a lot of potential here and hopefully the issues will improve as the series continues. I appreciated aspects of the story, good side characters, the bar was a nice touch, the idea of the Hunger, and I love vampires that actually bite. It wasn't a waste of time and definitely something most will enjoy.

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  1. thanks about the giveaway great one

  2. Thank you for having me on your blog! I do appreciate the honest review. :)