Acclaimed writer Kresley Cole introduces a scorching new sequence with this story of a fierce werewolf and a bewitching vampire -- not going soul buddies whose ardour will try out the bounds of lifestyles and dying. A mythic warrior who'll cease at not anything to own her . . . After enduring years of torture from the vampire horde, Lachlain MacRieve, chief of the Lykae extended family, is enraged to discover the predestined mate he is waited millennia for is a vampire. Or partially one. This Emmaline is a small, airy part Valkyrie/half vampire, who by some means starts to assuage the fury burning inside him. A vampire captured via her wildest fable . . . Sheltered Emmaline Troy ultimately units out to discover the reality approximately her deceased mom and dad -- till a robust Lykae claims her as his mate and forces her again to his ancestral Scottish fortress. There, her worry of the Lykae -- and their infamous darkish wishes -- ebbs as he starts a sluggish, depraved seduction to sate her personal darkish cravings. An all-consuming wish . . . but while an old evil from her earlier resurfaces, will their hope deepen right into a love which can carry a proud warrior to his knees and switch a steady attractiveness into the fighter she used to be born to be? contains an excerpt from Kresley Cole's subsequent romance novel, No leisure for the depraved.
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Just when she thought he was about to fall asleep, he murmured in her ear, “I can scent you’re still aroused. ” She sucked in a breath. What exactly was he? ” She thought he spoke so bluntly because he’d quickly determined how uncomfortable it made her—and she resented him for it. ” She tensed. She might be a coward, without accomplishment or talent. But right now she felt fiercely proud. ” “Your loss. Now, take down the braids. ” “I don’t want to—” When he reached down to do it himself, she unraveled them, trying to keep her pointed ears covered.
With a cry, she moved her lips against his. When he stilled completely as if to force her to do all the work, she slanted her head and brushed his lips lightly again. ” She did. Not because she wanted to live overmuch, but because she thought he would make sure her death was slow and torturing. No pain. Never pain. When she darted her tongue against his as he had done to her, he groaned and took over, cupping her neck and head so he could hold her as though for the taking. His tongue stroked hers desperately, and she was shocked to find it was…not unpleasant.
Acknowledgments Many, many thanks to Beth Kendrick, who rightfully dubbed us primal scream buddies. Without you and a telephone, there would be no word count. Thank you to the wonderful Sally Fairchild for all her much appreciated continued support. And my heartfelt thanks to Pocket Books own Megan McKeever, who is, at this very moment, most likely plucking me out of some book-related crisis. Prologue Sometimes the fire that licks the skin from his bones dies down. It is his fire. In a recess of his mind still capable of rational thought, he believes this.
A Hunger Like No Other by Cole