Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Devil's Trap (In Darkness We Dwell 2) by Honoria Ravena

When Regan is paid to kill a powerful vampire, she has no idea she's about to meet the man who can never give her up.

Regan is the best vampire hunter money can buy. But when she's paid to kill one of the most powerful vampires in existence, she doesn't realize she's in way over her head. Things go terribly wrong, and there is no escape...

Zarek is so powerful, he scares other vampires. One little hunter should be no challenge. However, Regan is different, and as soon as he sees her, he will do anything to keep her. But she's a stubborn woman who refuses to let someone else control her.

When a powerful enemy comes to town, she's forced to trust Zarek with her life. Who is the larger threat? The man out to destroy humankind? Or the vampire determined to own her heart?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
Regan has killed vampires all her life because they killed her parents and almost killed her and her brother. Although they were saved by others vampires, seeing how easy it was for them to kill humans made them become vampire hunters.

Regan has been searching for her parent’s killers all her life and now somebody told her that Zarek knows who did it and hires her to kill him. However, he is powerful and he wants her. And he will never kill her.

I totally loved the story!!! Ms. Honoria Ravena succeeds in creating the perfect attraction and tension between the main characters, along with an interesting story and torrid sex scenes between the lovers.

Regan is strong but Zarek is stronger. She fights him and the attraction she feels for him while Zarek just wants to make her his. All the while they have to fight against vampires infected by the Scourge, some virus that makes the vampires crazy, while giving them extra strength. And the ending was totally unexpected… I will just reveal that the situation was saved by Regan, and I will let you discover the rest. 5 stars.

Publisher: Breathless Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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