Monday, June 13, 2016

Review: Seduced

Seduced Seduced by Devyn Quinn
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book was a quick, dirty, paranormal read. It felt a lot like a short story that had been fleshed out into a book. In this first installment, the world was just barely introduced by way of the main character’s memories.

Rachel got to live her dream of being a bookstore owner for a few years, but times are tough and she has had to cut her losses and find other work. Turns out, people aren’t really looking to hire a very overqualified candidate, which is what puts Rachel at the front door of a trendy Goth nightclub. Willing to take whatever she can get, she puts in to be a waitress and is begrudgingly resigned to her fate until she meets the boss. Davon is a vampire (known here as “Kynn”) who has lost his spark for life. He feeds on only a small amount of blood and takes the large portion of his sustenance from sex. As such, he radiates a sexual energy that Rachel can’t deny.

They try to play by the rules and not mix work with pleasure, but Devon is convinced that she is his bloodmate. In an effort to hold on to her, he ends up rushing things along a bit too fast for Rachel (for me, too). Introducing her to his world of hedonistic pleasure definitely changes their relationship. Although there is a lot of drama, we ultimately get a happy ending with everything tied up neatly.

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