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This is not the first book I read by Angela Knight. I was introduced to her Mageverse series in her novella that appeared in "Bite." As I did not understand this is the second book in the series (if you look at her books in chronological order and also visit her website, it is hard to determine where they all fall.)
I highly enjoyed this book. I found that both of the characters were really relatable and Knight drew you in with her descriptions. Many have commented that her wording when in the romance scenes have gone a little raunchy, I found it not true. What I expect from Angela Knight is not paranormal romance, but paranormal erotica. Her Mageverse characters, have an animalistic craving for each other and in sense the sex is very wild and passionate. With the way she writes the scenes, you can see that Reece has a beastly need to be with Erin. Her characters crave each other and keeping in mind that the Magi needs to feed when having sex. The act of feeding on the Latent/Maja is so carnal that imagining a passionate but slow lovemaking is hard.
I very much enjoyed this book and highly recommend anyone that is interested in reading Angela Knight's books, especially regarding the Mageverse. You will be drawn in.
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very good book. This is another installation in the Camelot Vampire series and a good one. so good in fact that I orderd it again and did not realize I had read it already -- then since I had it I figured why not and read it again.. so it is good enough for 2 reads!
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Angela Knight has created an interesting "magical" take on vampires in her Mageverse series. This book does a good job of setting up the series and even though it is listed as Book #2 I did not suffer from starting the series here, and I REALLY am one of those who needs to start from the beginning.
While the premise and the outside characters in this book were interesting, and I did care about our main characters, I was so turned off by the crass verbiage especially used in the sex scenes that I found this book very difficult to get through. I have read many other authors, and am not turned off by explicit descriptions, it was the words used that were such a turn off. And this story seemed to be one long sex scene.
I have given the author some slack and read Master of the Moon Bk #3 and there was much improvement in that book, so if you are interested in the series, moving forward things do get better.