Thursday, January 3, 2013

Immortal Craving Review

Immortal Craving

The last-and most lethal-of his kind . . . Wild, uncontrollable, and powerful, the lion-shifting Rakshasa were hunted down by vicious rival vampires who feared their dark, magical abilities. Somehow one survived, and now, after centuries of hiding, Tasmin Singh reemerges as fierce and fearless as ever at the door of the Lilim queen, seeking answers . . . and sanctuary.

The human best friend to a vampire queen, Bay Harper traded her quiet, comfortable life for a world filled with immortal assassins, warring werewolves . . . and this hauntingly sexy shifter. Only Bay's gentle touch can subdue Tasmin's inner demons, even as he brings out a passion and sensuality she never imagined she could feel. But when a bloody struggle threatens to tear them apart, can Bay risk everything on her faith in him-or will his dark side be stronger than even their all-consuming desire?

What I Loved
Tasmin: He has a wonderful little surprise for Bay about his sexual experience that I absolutely loved. He was also just the right amount of cocky, self assured/importance and vulnerable to make him completely lovable and at times infuriating. 
Bay or Bailey: I loved many things about her character. I love how stubborn she is about not falling into the glitz and glamor that a vampires life is, she has stayed on the outside and hasn't fallen pray to all the other sexy vampires. She also has an awesome dog sidekick that makes for some fun comedic relief.
Fantastic amount of romance, sex appeal, bedroom scenes and sexual tension between the two characters. 
A part of the storyline was achieved and wrapped up in this book, but things aren't completely fixed and ready to be finished. I love how all the previous couples make an appearance and are still part of the story. It is wonderful to not have to say goodbye to them completely, but at the same time get another new and exciting love story.

What I Missed
In the previous books the men are Cait Sith, cat shifting vampires and the hottest thing about them is that they purr. The sexy Tasmin, being a lion shifter of the Rakshasa doesn't purr. I was a little saddened when I found out that lions don't purr and he wouldn't be purring in the book. While there isn't any purring there is still plenty to love about him and this book.

The forth book in the series and well worth the continuation of reading the series as well as picking up the series for the first time. Perfect for all paranormal romance readers.

January 29th 2012
Amazon / B&N / Book Depository

Dark Dynasties 
Dark Awakening my review
Midnight Reckoning my review
Shadow Rising my review
Immortal Craving


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